Into Demi Moore no more, Ashton Kutcher lives the bachelor life
BY BILL ZWECKER February 28, 2012 7:50PM
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If anyone is still wondering, it’s very clear that Ashton Kutcher has moved on from his six-year marriage to Demi Moore. While the actor is still checking in regularly with his estranged wife in rehab, the “Two and a Half Men” star has made some big changes.
Along with creating what a close pal is calling “a total man-cave environment” in his new L.A. home, Kutcher is partying hearty with friends his own age and quietly has been seeing a number of “non-actress” women, according to my source.
† As for the former couple’s devotion to kabbalah, Kutcher has told a number of people he long has been disinterested in the philosophy, rooted in Jewish mysticism. “That is Demi’s thing, not mine,” another Kutcher source quotes him as saying the other day, noting the actor was “less than impressed” with the counseling he and Moore received at L.A.’s Kabbalah Centre as they vainly tried to save their marriage.
“That is Demi’s thing, not mine,” another Kutcher source quotes him as saying the other day, noting the actor was “less than impressed” with the counseling he and Moore received at L.A.’s Kabbalah Centre as they vainly tried to save their marriage.
At the Elton John Oscar party Sunday, Hollywood gossip Janet Charlton reports, the reality TV star loudly joked about Moore’s alleged use of drugs with much younger friends and then asked the band to play Devo’s “Whip It” — reminding everyone of reports that Moore collapsed after inhaling nitrous oxide, the L.A. club kids’ “high” of the moment known as a Whip It.
† Northwestern grad and TV mogul Greg Berlanti (“Dawson’s Creek,” “Everwood,” “Brothers and Sisters”) has tapped Cuba Gooding Jr. in what will be the Oscar winner’s first starring role in a TV series. In “Guilty,” Gooding will play a disbarred defense lawyer hired by attorneys to solve cases while also seeking revenge for those who framed him for fraud.
Lorne Michaels, Dunn’s old boss on “Saturday Night Live.”
† Marlene Dietrich died 20 years ago this May, but the screen icon’s persona is beautifully captured by Chicago actress and cabaret favorite Suzanne Petri in her “An Evening with Marlene” show — being performed at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday at Davenport’s in Wicker Park.