“I think the big next wave will be wearable technologies. Your phone will be your true PC, and these technologies will act as your mouse and keyboard. You’ll have a high-fashion bracelet that will perform functions for you—it’ll track your health, your movement, your sleep, your activity—and by wearing a couple of rings, you’ll be able to type in the air or take pictures with your fingers. There’ll be a device that will track your eye movement, whether it’s an earpiece with a camera or a necklace that can project and record. That Tom Cruise movie, ‘Minority Report,’ got a lot of it right from what I’ve seen.”
–Ashton Kutcher, giving his predictions for fashion in the future. Yes, yes, Ashton, there’s already lots of designers working on fusing fashion and tech, don’t worry about it. We’re not particularly impressed with your prediction. We are, however, impressed with this photo of you and your, uh, lovely surprise package. [Details] Keep reading »
Ashton Kutcher has just begun shooting his first episode of “Two and a Half Men.” While we already knew that this episode would feature Charlie Harper’s—akaCharlie Sheen‘s—funeral. But we didn’t know how he died. Luckily, TMZ has the answers. Apparently, Charlie had just headed to Paris to elope on the show. And he met his end when he slipped on a subway platform and was hit by an oncoming train. The show apparently implies that his new wife might have given him a little push when she found out he was unfaithful. Furthermore, at his funeral, she calls the accident a “meat explosion.” Which, gross!
But Charlie Sheen isn’t fazed. Keep reading »
This weekend, the world will get to see Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake’s butt in “Friends With Benefits.” But as we’ve shared with you before, there were actually three projects angling to grab this movie’s coveted title. The first became Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman‘s “No Strings Attached.” And the third, a television show that now shares the name “Friends with Benefits,” begins airing in two weeks on NBC.
So, of these three projects’ leading men—who would we shun, shag, and marry? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »
The Ashton Kutcher promos for “Two and a Half Men” are out. Male nudity is being used to advertise a TV show? Feminism wins! Also, do you think Jon Cryer is making that face because someone’s got a case of crabs? [Entertainment Weekly] Keep reading »
Over the weekend, “Horrible Bosses” grossed $28 million at the box office. But according to an interview Brett Ratner did with The Hollywood Reporter, in the six years the movie was in development, it could have had a very, very different cast. Ratner explained that many actors had once been attached to take Charlie Day, Jason Bateman, and Jason Sudeikis’ roles—including Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Reynolds, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Johnny Knoxville, and then Ashton Kutcher again. Keep reading »