8 items from 2011
Amidst reports of his crumbling marriage, the 33-year-old actor forced a smile as he posed with 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' star Jason Segel on the red carpet of the Decade of Difference Concert, the Daily Mail reported.
Despite being glum, the 'A Lot Like Love' actor spent time in the exclusive VIP area at the concert organized to raise awareness around Clinton Foundation's efforts to improve global health, strengthen economies worldwide, promote healthier childhoods, and protect the environment.
Kutcher even took to the stage to talk about the foundation. »
- Arun Pantit
London, Oct 2: Ashton Kutcher was spotted wearing his wedding ring during a visit to a motorbike shop in Los Angeles.
Amid rumours of his broken marriage with Demi Moore, the 33-year-old actor was spotted leaving the store with two new bike helmets and his wedding ring on, the Daily Express reported.
The rumours of the couple's failed marriage were fuelled after the two spent their sixth marriage anniversary apart last weekend.
The 'A Lot Like Love' star has been accused of allegedly having a "fling" with a 23-year-old blonde named Sara Leal on the 12th floor of the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego during. »
- Rahul Kapoor
Washington, Sept 30: Ashton Kutcher has taken to Twitter to address the rumours regarding his broken marriage.
The 33-year-old actor, who had been noticeably silent on twitter regarding the trouble in his marriage to Demi Moore, tweeted a link to his Spotify account without any comment a few days back, playing the Public Enemy song 'Don't Believe the Hype', People magazine reported.
The 'A Lot Like Love' star again tweeted a day later saying, "when you assume to know that which you know nothing of you make an ass out of u and me".
Neither of the representatives have responded for comment. »
- Abhijeet Sen
This week's players are all known for their appearances in romantic comedies. Which of them would you...
Increasingly branching off from his Punk'd days, Kutcher has been in a lot of romcoms lately, including Valentine's Day and A Lot Like Love. He recently starred in No Strings Attached, and also sponsored a rather bizarre anti-child slavery campaign.
The former N'Syncer has been making a name for himself in the acting world, and stars in the soon to be released Friends with Benefits, that movie that is totally different from that other movie. He also recently co-starred in Bad Teacher and seems to show up on SNL incredibly frequently.
- AfterElton.com Staff
The multi-talented Kutcher, whose success spans film, television and social media, will join Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones, Holland Taylor, Marin Hinkle and Conchata Ferrell on the top-rated series. Production on the ninth season of the Emmy Award-nominated Two and a Half Men will begin this summer for broadcast on the CBS Television Network in the fall.
"I can't wait to get to work with this ridiculously talented 2.5 team and I believe we can fill the stage with laughter that will echo in viewers' homes," said Kutcher. "I can't replace Charlie Sheen but I'm going to work my ass off to entertain the hell out of people!"
"We are so lucky to have someone as talented, joyful and just plain remarkable as Ashton joining our family," said Chuck Lorre, »
By Scott Mendelson
An absolute falsehood. She bases her assertion on a single film, Killers, which opened with $15 million and grossed $93 million worldwide (which would have been fine had the film not cost $70 million). Valentine’s Day (an ensemble film where he had the lead role) opened to $56 million just last year. What Happened In Vegas opened to $20 million and ended up with $219 million worldwide (his biggest grosser ever) just under three years ago. Sure, he occasionally out-and-out whiffs (A Thing Like Love, My Boss’s Daughter), but Kutcher is a relatively consistent opener.
Of his fifteen wide-openers as a lead (including No Strings Attached, which should do about $20 million following a $7.3 million Friday), his lowest is My Boss’s Daughter with $4.2 million, »
- Scott Mendelson
Riding the wave of a Golden Globe win and sure to be an Oscar Nomination, arrives Natalie Portman’s and Ashton Kutcher’s No Strings Attached which should land itself at the #1 spot this weekend. Natalie Portman is untested when it comes to romantic comedies, as most of the box pffice weight will rely heavily on Asthon Kutcher whose forays into romantic comedies have seen varied success with first weekend openings in the range of as high as $22.5M for Guess Who to as low as $ 7.5M for A Lot Like Love. Add in an uneven marketing campaign whose trailers consistently changed from week to week and No String’s Attached should find itself with a modest yet # 1 opening.
Our Prediction: $16-17M Opening Weekend Box Office.
With a solid opening weekend, good audience feedback via Cinemascore, and a lack of any real direct »
- Scott Schachter
2010 has gone by in a blur and another year at the movies has come and gone. So may films that seemed promising have turned out to be disappointments and the surprises audiences received were few and far between.But the past is the past, it's time to look onward as a fresh new year begins and hopes are raised for it to be an exciting time in the world of cinema. Kicking off the Winter season are a number of films described in detail and listed below:january 7Season Of The WITCHNicolas Cage stars alongside Ron Perlman as knights who return from the Crusades to find their homeland ruined by the Black Plague. Two church elders accuse a girl (Claire Foy) of being a witch and being responsible for the destruction. They command Behmen and Felson to transport her to a monastery so the monks there can lift her curse from the land. »
8 items from 2011
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