Ashton Kutcher hopes his next project 'The F**k Buddies' is allowed to keep its title when it is released.
Ashton Kutcher hopes his next movie is not censored from having a swear word in the title.
The 32-year-old actor believes his upcoming movie 'The F**k Buddies' should keep its title, despite the strong language, because people would be more likely to want to see it.
He said: "I just finished a film called 'The F**k Buddies', that may not ultimately be called 'The F**k Buddies'. I don't know why - I think people would love to go see a movie called 'The F**k Buddies'.
The US-born hunk - who stars alongside screen beauty Natalie Portman in the project - claims he would be more likely to see a film with such a strongly-worded title.
He told MovieHole.net: "I think if I saw a poster and it said 'The F**k Buddies', I'd be like, 'I'm in, I'm going to see it.'
"I think it's going to be a really, really funny movie. I can't think about it without laughing. That should be the title. I'm shooting for that."