After a career playing the village idiot, Ashton Kutcher seems to have grown up. He’s learnt from his mistakes with Demi Moore, more specifically his openness with the public, and where that got him, so he’s planning on a different media strategy with Mila Kunis.
"You know, I've learned the hard way how valuable privacy is," he tells Elle. "And I've learned that there are a lot of things in your life that really benefit from being private. And relationships are one of them. And I am going to do everything in my power to have this relationship be private." As for how people perceive his relationship with former co-star, Kunis, "People will fill in the blanks however they want," he says. "There are some things that are better left private." Kutcher reflects for a moment. “Someone once told me, 'If anyone wants to be rich and famous, let them be rich first and see if they still want to be famous.'" Ashton’s latest project has been jOBS, a biopic of the late Apple legend, Steve Jobs.
Kunis and Kutcher at The Staples Centre
It seems like the ideal role for Kutcher, who, as well as making himself famous via numerous acting roles and Punked, invested in technology successfully. "It was something I was scared to do. That indicated to me that it was a good thing."