October 24th, 2011
12:52 PM ET
"He really takes everything so seriously, but then he would also make me laugh so hard and play pranks on me," Lea said of Ashton.
The actors play opposite each other in the ensemble romantic comedy and lock lips on camera, but Ms. Michele didn’t expect to get quite so intimate with her co-star.
"One day, I opened up a door and he was supposed to be there fully clothed and he wasn't,” Lea shares. “That was awesome."
Meanwhile, Ashton is revealing something else on Chime.in: His thoughts on "the state of honesty [and] the status of truth as it portends to media and literature."
The actor says in a video on the site that "there is no gatekeeper of the truth, we are our own editors, we are our own publishers, we are our own printers...People can bastardize the truth in any way, shape or form that they want and spread that around the world."
He continues that "we really have to take it upon ourselves to instill a level of honesty in the works in the media that we create and share with one another, and be certain that we're doing our own diligence to ensure that what it is that we're saying is for the benefit of another."
This video comes amidst rumors that there's been infidelity in Kutcher's marriage to Demi Moore.
You can check out Lea & Ashton’s “New Year’s Eve” chemistry when the movie hits theaters December 9. Like “Valentine’s Day,” the holiday-themed love fest features vignettes of couples and a star-studded cast.
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