Netflix’s sitcom The Ranch reunites a couple stars from That ’70s Show, Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson. It’s no accident that they’re working together again — Kutcher and Masterson, who are also producers on the show, say they’d been looking for a way to revisit the working relationship they’d enjoyed so much on the long-running comedy. (Click on the media bar below to hear Danny Masterson & Ashton Kutcher)
The RanchSeason Two is currently streaming on Netflix.
Ashton Kutcher is getting very strong reviews playing Steve Jobs in the film Jobs, co-founder of Apple computers. Jobs changed the world the way we know it with the Apple products he helped to invent, including computers, iPhones, iPads, and so much more. This couldn’t have been an easy role to take on, but Kutcher did it very well. One of the main reasons he took the role on was to inspire younger generations to strive and create a world for themselves to succeed. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ashton Kutcher)
Ashton Kutcher is a self avowed tech geek himself and during his earlier years he dreamed of becoming a biochemical engineer, so portraying late innovator and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in the biopic Jobs may have been the natural fit for the Two and a Half Men actor.
From doing his share of research on Jobs, Kutcher came to his own conclusions on the visionary. “I actually think some of the things Steve Jobs gets criticized for were the very gifts that allowed him to create what he did,” said Kutcher. “And I think that blunt focus actually came out of care for the consumer and the product he was creating.”
Click on the media bar to hear Ashton Kutcher talk about Steve Jobs as a person, and director Joshua Michael Stern also explains why Kutcher was perfect for the role as Jobs (the movie opens August 16).
Opening in theaters tomorrow, NEW YEAR’S EVE is an all-star romantic comedy set against the backdrop of what many consider to be the most promising and hopeful night of the year. Director GARRY MARSHALL returns to the formula that served him so well with VALENTINE’S DAY by assembling a huge ensemble cast, this time including MICHELLE PFEIFFER, HILARY SWANK, ROBERT DeNIRO, HECTOR ELIZONDO, SARAH JESSICA PARKER, ASHTON KUTCHER, ZAC EFRON, KATHERINE HEIGL and LEA MICHELE.
Last seen together on screen in the hit JOHN WATER’S musical HAIRSPRAY, EFRON and PFIEFFER are a bit more intimate this time around. At last weekend’s press conference, EFRON reminisced about their first meeting back in 2007. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
Opening in theaters later this week, NEW YEAR’S EVE is a cinematic portmanteau that combines the stories of several couples into one epic tale set during what is arguably the most hopeful night of the year. VALENTINE’S DAY director GARRY MARSHALL once again exploits the massive good will he’s engendered over the years and assembled an all-star cast that includes MICHELLE PFIEFFER, HILARY SWANK, ROBERT DeNIRO, HECTOR ELIZONDO, SARAH JESSICA PARKER, ASHTON KUTCHER, ZAC EFRON, KATHERINE HEIGL and LEA MICHELE.
Currently starring in the hit TV sitcom TWO AND A HALF MEN (as well as commanding a fair amount of tabloid attention over his split with wife, DEMI MOORE), KUTCHER’S performance is as effortlessly charming as ever. During a recent press conference, he talked about how he got interested in a career as an actor. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)