Ashton Kutcher: Not into ladies who try to change him
November 21st, 2011
12:36 PM ET

Ashton Kutcher: Not into ladies who try to change him

In a coup for Women's Health magazine but poor timing for Ashton Kutcher, the 33-year-old actor talks to the ladies' mag about relationships and what he looks for in women.

Kutcher covers the December issue of Men's Health, and according to the Huffington Post tells the magazine's sister publication in a pre-split interview that he could "never be with a woman who felt like she needed to change me."

Of course, this remark will now be subjected to closer reading since Kutcher's estranged wife Demi Moore announced she was ending their six-year marriage last week.

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Wealthy viewers love 'Modern Family,' hate 'Cops'
November 21st, 2011
11:45 AM ET

Wealthy viewers love 'Modern Family,' hate 'Cops'

Recent Nielsen TV ratings reveal some interesting nuggets about who is watching what, and it turns out “Modern Family” has the wealthiest demographic, reports New York magazine's Vulture. (You won't catch the wealthy watching Fox's “Cops,” though - it's the show rich people like the least.)

Meanwhile, teens love Fox (they watch “Family Guy,” “American Dad,” “Glee” and “New Girl” in droves), and hate NBC (they only watch “The Office” on that network). However, the Peacock Network boasts the most-educated viewers.

And while many shows skew either male or female, “Two and a Half Men” is the No. 2 show on TV among both sexes.

As for the lowest-rated network show overall, that title goes to the CW's “Gossip Girl.”

'Arrested Development' is returning on Netflix
November 21st, 2011
11:17 AM ET

'Arrested Development' is returning on Netflix

Those promising words uttered by "Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz in October are coming true: The short-lived series has found new life, and it'll be on Netflix.

The movie delivery and online streaming service announced on Friday via Twitter, "Starting in 2013, all new episodes of 'Arrested Development' will be available exclusively to U.S. Netflix Members to watch instantly!"

The New York Times reports that Netflix hammered out a deal for the new episodes with 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television.

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Filed under: television
November 21st, 2011
11:01 AM ET

Mila Kunis attends Marine Corps Ball

Dressed in black with a chic chignon, Mila Kunis kept her word to Sgt. Scott Moore and attended Friday's Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, North Carolina.

An enlisted Marine who was also in attendance tells People magazine that the 28-year-old star was "very nice and very respectful" at the event. "She gets credit and a lot of respect for coming here, not being a part of this world, and following through on her word."

The official Twitter account for the U.S. Marine Corps posted a photo of the two, and a spokesperson for the Marines added to Access Hollywood that "everything went well. It was a great experience for everybody."

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Ed Burns cranks out film for just $9,000
November 21st, 2011
10:17 AM ET

Ed Burns cranks out film for just $9,000

He’s an established director/writer/actor, so you’d think Edward Burns would have a lavish budget for his latest film. But Movieline reports that Burns made “Newlyweds” on a paltry $9,000.

Burns, 43, took to Twitter to reveal how he allocated the funds: “5k for actors, 2k insurance, 2k food and drink. 9k in the can.” Simple!

It may not sound like much in Hollywood terms, but Burns said $9,000 was really all he needed, thanks to modern movie-making technology. “True, you do need a few grand [to make a movie],” he writes. “But you used to need a few million.”

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The truth comes out on 'The Walking Dead'
November 21st, 2011
09:55 AM ET

The truth comes out on 'The Walking Dead'

It's got to be awfully tough for Dale and Glenn. These two not only have to keep track of all the secrets on the farm, but also have to be the voices of reason (at least in their view).

A lot of these secrets were revealed on Sunday night's episode of "The Walking Dead," so let's go over all of the various developments:

1. Hershel has a group of friends and family members-turned-zombies in the barn. When Glenn found out about this, he was sworn to secrecy by Maggie, but didn't know why there were a group of zombies being given chickens to eat in the barn.

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