Ashton Kutcher who will be replacing Charlie Sheen on the hit situation comedy “Two and a Half Men” appears on the cover of Details Magazine in a feature which focuses on his technology expertise. Kutcher told Details Magazine:
“I’ve been flirting with going back to TV for a while. When this opportunity came up, I thought to myself, why not?…It’s somewhere between an alien and Jesus Christ, but I can’t be more specific than that…I don’t know him. I’ve never met him in my life. But, you know, he sent me congratulations and wished me well. Via Twitter.”
Ashton Kutcher also announced his new role on his Twitter account, simply tweeting
Fans of the “Two and a half men” should not be worried that all the social media action will be happening far away from this performance.
CBS entertainment president, Nina Tassler said, “We have an extra actor in Ashton Kutcher.” She said this over the weekend at the Television Critics Association Fall television preview. “You have someone who is committed to doing their job and is incredibly professional.”
Donna Mcconnell of DailyMail wrote:
“Hollywood may be a small town, but it seems that Ashton Kutcher and Charlie Sheen – two of it’s biggest stars – paths have not crossed socially.
But of course the actor, who is famous for his social media musings has of course made the fallen star’s acquaintance – online at least.
In a new interview with men’s magazine Details, when asked if Sheen had spoken to him about filling his old job, Kutcher revealed: ‘I don’t know him. I’ve never met him in my life.
‘But, you know, he sent me congratulations and wished me well. Via Twitter.’”