Ashton Kutcher Reveals Why It Was ‘Bizarre’ Returning For ‘That ’70s Show’ Spinoff ‘That ’90s Show’
Ashton Kutcher admits it was “bizarre” reuniting with his “That ’70s Show” co-stars for the upcoming Netflix spinoff “That ’90s Show”. The actor, who is reprising his role of Michael Kelso to guest star in the series, told Variety: “It was really nostalgic to be back on the set. “It’s all the same folks that made ‘That ’70s Show’, so it was pretty bizarre.” Kutcher's wife Mila Kunis, who also starred on "That '70s Show" as Jackie Burkhart, is among those original cast members returning for the spinoff. “Mila and I were contemplating it,” Kutcher said.
No thanks. Ashton Kutcher opened up about the simple reason he would never return to hosting the MTV series Punk’d — it was far too lonely.
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“For a long time, I would go out and like nobody would want to hang out,” Kutcher, 44, told former Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay, who was reporting for Extra at the Vengence premiere on Monday, July 25. “They were like, ‘I am not messing with him.’ It’s nice to have friends.”
The No Strings Attached star both co-created and hosted the prank show from 2003 to 2012, finding inventive ways to torture his various A-list friends — including Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake and Beyoncé — by enlisting some of his closest comedically well-versed pals to help with his devious plans.
Ashton Kutcher Doesn't Want to Bring Back Punk'd Because 'It's Nice to Have Friends'
According to Kutcher, his habit of targeting celebrity acquaintances for his MTV prank show meant that, "for a long time, I would go out and like nobody would want to hang out"Ashton Kutcher may be happy to take part in an occasional revival of one of his most famous roles, but there's a certain signature series he's taking a hard pass on.
The show returned in 2020 sans Kutcher, making its way to mobile video platform Quibi with new host Chance the Rapper. After Quibi shut down less than a year later, the show moved over to Roku for its second season.
While Kutcher may not be available for a Punk’d cameo any time soon, he will be a guest star on That ’90s Show, an upcoming spinoff of his hit sitcom That ’70s Show.
“Mila and I were contemplating it,” he told Variety on Monday. “We thought, ‘Listen, we’re only in the position that we’re in because of that show, so let’s just go back and do this. We just went back and had fun for a week. It was so random and fun.'”
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The Iowa native added that while it was “really nostalgic to be back on set” it was also a “bizarre” experience, due to the show being run by “all the same folks” of the original retro-hip comedy.
the real reason why Charlie Sheen did not appear in the Two and a Half Men final
The scandal history of Two and a Half Men ended with an unworthy finale. Charlie Sheens thrown out the series to the last episode, which missed a great chance. © CBS The real reason, which is why Charlie Sheen did not appear in the Two and a Half Men final Two and a Half Men is one of the last classic sitcoms. It started exactly in time in 2003 to experience the death of the genre firsthand. Which of course does not mean that comedy series of this kind finally die.
In February 2022, newcomer Callie Haverda officially nabbed the lead role of Leia in the Netflix series, a teenager who is the perfect combination of her mom and dad. While in Point Place for the summer, Leia wants an adventure, which she will find with a new friend group of her own.
Topher Grace and Laura Prepon will return as Eric Forman and Donna Pinciotti, who are now parents to daughter Leia, The Hollywood Reporter announced in April 2022. Kutcher and real life wife Mila Kunis will reprise their respective roles as Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart. Wilmer Valderrama will also reprise his role as Fez.
Years before the idea for a That ‘70s Show spinoff came about, Grace, 44, expressed his interest in a reunion for the fan-favorite series
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“I would do it for sure because that was a very wonderful time for us,” the Win a Date With Tad Hamilton star told The Hollywood Reporter in May 2018. “We were all very close, having that experience every single day with each other. It was great to broadcast it out once a week, but, like, I’m still great friends with those guys. So the fact that someone would pay us to go [hang] out together.”
Anne Heche’s death ruled an accident by coroner following car crash .
After Anne Heche drove her car into a Los Angeles home, it has been revealed that she died from inhalation and burns as a result of the fiery crash, the coroner said.Nearly two weeks after Heche, 53, drove her car into a Los Angeles home, it has been revealed that she died from inhalation and burns as a result of the fiery crash, the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner said. Heche also suffered other injuries including a fractured sternum due to blunt trauma.