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#OnceUponATimeInHollywood is up for best picture.
oscars: 2 wins
golden globes: 3 wins
SAG awards: 1 win
Young whippersnapper Ashton Kutcher and used-to-be-fox Demi Moore have evidently called it quits, serving as horribly discouraging news to cougars all over the world. The couple officially announced their divorce on Thursday, but had been allegedly having marital issues for quite some time now. Despite such heartbreaking news, both camps are said to be “moving full force ahead in terms of work”, which is probably the issue in the first place. Or maybe it was the fact that she’s almost 50 (49), and he’s like 15 (33). Or maybe it’s because he cheated on her. Regardless of what it was, I think the overall message we need to take from this unfortunate situation is that no one should ever marry the guy from Dude, where’s my car? But then again, maybe they should. Demi will reportedly be ‘cleaning up’ from the divorce, as their marriage occurred during the peak of Ashton’s career. Since Demi made most of her money like 5o years ago when she was young, she gets to keep all of that. Any money made DURING the marriage however is fair game. Therefore the overall message to ultimately extract from this situation is that cradle-robbing is a good thing and you can even make a lot of money doing it. Rude, ignorant, and disrespectful comments aside let’s take a look at this former Hollywood power couple.
Ashton Kutcher is indeed at the peak of his career, hauling in about 12 million this year alone from movies, TV residuals, his production company, and his fat new sitcom paycheck. Ashton has actually become the highest paid sitcom actor at $700,000 per episode after replacing Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men. Ashton is most known for his breakout role as Michael Kelso in That 70’s Show, and his popular TV show Punk’d in which he pranked other celebrities. Ashton is also known for his vibrant and loud personality, which he expresses mainly through his highly utilized and highly popular twitter account. Indeed Ashton’s twitter account was the first to reach one million followers (beating out CNN) and currently boasts more than 8 million. Highly entertaining, emotionally expressive and extremely playful and fun-loving, Ashton Kutcher is undoubtedly a Performer Artisan. Indeed Ashton lives with a “radiant warmth and festivity” and clearly has “contagious good humor” and an “irrepressible joy of living”. It’s not all fun and games however, as “the Performers’ talent for enjoying life is healthy for the most part, though it also makes them more subject to temptations than other types. ESFPs are inclined to be impulsive and self-indulgent, which makes them vulnerable to seduction, giving in easily to the wishes of others, or to the desire of the moment.” As evidenced of course by Ashton’s infidelity. Poor Demi!
Demi Guynes Moore was part of the Brat Pack of teenage actors rising to fame in the 1980’s. In the 1990’s she became the highest paid actress in Hollywood earning a salary of over 10$ million. Demi is known mostly for defying convention with her highly controversial nude Vanity Fair cover page, and her sexually-charged roles like those in Striptease and Disclosure. Bold, daring, audacious, and highly enterprising Demi Moore is undoubtedly a Promoter Artisan. Certainly Demi is “socially sophisticated” and “suave and polished”. Promoters like Demi are “master manipulators” of the people around them, as: “people are instruments in the hands of Promoters, and they play them artistically.” As evidenced of course by Demi marrying a young teenage heart-throb half her age in the peak of his career. Indeed it seems that Demi got the better end of this deal by a long shot, as through Ashton she was able to continue living in the spotlight, have him help raise her kids, and then ends up leaving with a bunch of his money. Two And A Half Men airs Mondays 9/8c on CBS.
“Two SPs live primarily in the same world, the world of external, physical reality, speaking the same language of concrete objects, and they also share each other’s childlike love of fun and excitement. Two SPs have so many interests and activities in common—travel, sports, parties, shows, clothes, and so on—that they can come together as playmates in a way not possible with persons of other temperament. The only problem is that, with both partners living and playing so hard—going so fast in the same direction—they can quickly exhaust each other and lose interest. This pattern of two Artisans lighting up the sky brightly and then burning out and falling apart is a familiar one.” Please Understand Me II, p. 219