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Ashton Kutcher Set for Two and a Half Men?
To all you Two and a Half Men fans out there; how do you feel about Michael Kelso being a new member of the show?
It was only a couple days ago that the news broke out that Hugh Grant was close to replacing Charlie Sheen, but he turned it down. Now it’s looking like Ashton Kutcher, who most recently starred alongside Natalie Portman in No Strings Attached, is the man for the job. This is a big deal. If I were running the show, I would’ve just let it fade away. I can’t even imagine the amount of effort that’s being put into rebooting TV’s #1 comedy. You’d have to know without a shadow of a doubt that you’re making the right decisions.
Now sources say Men creator Chuck Lorre has crafted a storyline to introduce Kutcher in a way that satisfies the network and studio. “It’s really funny,” says one source. “People are going to love it.”
When first hearing about this, I was skeptical at best. Kutcher isn’t the best actor in the world. I tried my hardest to think of something he’s been in that was fun to watch him. And then I remembered the last time he starred on a TV show. That ’70s Show. Suddenly I’m realizing that Kutcher is perfect for the job. He know the ins and outs of a multi-cam sitcom, having done it for eight seasons. I just hope Kutcher doesn’t end up playing a clone of That ’70s Show‘s Michael Kelso.