Wendy Williams, host of GSN’s new show, “Love Triangle,” holds what might be a kind of controversial opinion about celeb couple Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. Though she thinks they make a nice couple, she wishes Demi hadn’t married Ashton because, at the end of the day, she won’t be able to give him children of his own. Now, I am pretty sure Wendy does not have a second job as Demi’s OB-GYN, so I’m going to take her assessment of Demi’s current reproductive capabilities with a grain of salt. I also am pretty sure she doesn’t hold a third job as the couple’s marriage counselor and is thus privy to their discussions — or lack thereof — about having a baby. And I don’t think it’s fair for her to assume that just because Ashton is from the midwest, he must want to procreate. All that being said, Wendy’s judgments about the seemingly happy couple do bring up a subject that us lesser famous folks can discuss — would you commit to someone who didn’t share your views on having kids?
“Ashton Kutcher is a sweetheart and a brilliant comedic performer. Oh wait, so am I!! Enjoy the show America, Enjoy seeing 2.0 in the demo every Monday, WB. Enjoy planet Chuck, Ashton. There is no air, laughter, loyalty, or love there.”
—Charlie Sheen reacts to the news that Ashton Kutcher will be replacing him on “Two and a Half Men,” the sitcom he was fired from before losing his marbles. Interestingly, sources say Ashton will be making $650K to $700K an episode, which is an insane amount of loot but still far less than Charlie’s price tag of $1.8 million an episode. So it looks like producer Chuck Lorre might be the one who is winning most of all, what with the publicity and savings per episode? [People] Keep reading »
With Charlie Sheen out at “Two and a Half Men,” everyone’s been wondering who producers will hire to replace him on the insanely popular TV show. Well, I haven’t been wondering because I think that show is garbage, but this isn’t about me. Sheen was apparently in favor of his pal Rob Lowe stepping in. Hugh Grant was rumored to be up for the role, but negotiations “broke down” at the last minute. Well, it looks like a replacement has been found and it’s … Ashton Kutcher? Keep reading »
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis remained a co-parenting team this weekend when one of their daughters got nabbed by cops, according to TMZ, and was cited for alcohol possession.
Tallulah Belle Willis, 17, was in a group of three underage girls spotted by cops in Hollywood on Friday night as they stepped out of a car around 11:00 p.m. The girls were allegedly carrying bottles of alcohol, and police officers intervened.
The minors couldn’t be cited and released without the police notifying parents, and Tallulah reportedly placed a call to her dad. But Moore apparently was the one who zipped over to pick up Tallulah at the end of a good-time-night-gone-wrong. Read more…Keep reading »
Is Justin Bieber the next Ashton Kutcher? Apparently, the two dudes will be getting time warpy in the movie “What Would Kenny Do?” The premise of the flick is that a cool 30-something guy goes back in time as a hologram to help his nerdy teenage self through the treacherous landscape that is high school. Justin is supposedly already signed on the dotted line for the movie and Ashton is set to produce and star in it.
Oh, and this isn’t the first time Ashton has alluded to Justin as his younger version. Keep reading »
Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher didn’t get great reviews for their romantic comedy, “No Strings Attached.” Now, we bring you the complete trailer for “Friends with Benefits,” Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake‘s nearly identical movie. And, uh, it looks really cute. I like that in this movie, both characters have gone through breakups and are in a vulnerable place when they enter into their arrangement. Mila doesn’t have the annoying I’m-a-workaholic-who-hates-relationships vibe Natalie’s character had in her movie. And Justin just seems so much more humble and unassuming than Ashton did in the other flick. Plus, this preview got a few chuckles out of me. What do you think—will this movie be better than “No Strings Attached”? After all, it did win the coveted title of “Friends with Benefits” that the two projects jockeyed for. Keep reading »
“I bet a high school buddy $1,000 that one day I would go on a date with Jennifer Aniston. … I was 17 years old and she was on my screensaver. … Five years later I actually met her and I asked Brad Pitt’s permission to ask his wife out on a date. He was so cool and said ‘You go for it,’ so I asked her and she turned me down. Now we’re friends so it might still happen, but now I have to ask Demi’s permission and I just don’t know how to broach that with the wife. But I do want to win the bet.”
Nineteen-year-old Scout Willis recently sat down with step-dad Ashton Kutcher to perform a song they wrote called “My Sober” for a YouTube vid. It’s a sweet little ditty and I like the simplicity of Scout’s voice over Ashton’s humble guitar strumming, but I’m sort of distracted by the fact that theirs is technically a parent/child relationship. I mean, he looks like he could be her boyfriend or older brother, especially decked out in that football jersey. It weirds me out. [PopEater] Keep reading »
“One thing [high school sex ed classes] teach about is how to get pregnant or how to not get pregnant, but they don’t really talk about sex as a point of pleasure for women. The male orgasm is actually right there and readily available to learn about because it’s actually part of the reproductive cycle, but the female orgasm isn’t really talked about in the education system. Part of that creates a place where women aren’t empowered around their own sexuality and their own sexual selves, and from a purely entertainment point of view, to create a movie with a female lead that’s empowered with her own sexuality is a powerful thing. And if we can give teenage people something to think about from a sex perspective, I would say it would be to open a conversation where women are empowered with their own sexual experiences from an educational level as well as an entertainment level.”