It's that time of year again and everybody who is anybody is joining everybody who wants to anybody next year as well as some people who used to someb...
Valentine's Day wants to do for that Hallmark holiday what Love Actually did for Christmas: exploit it to make a romantic comedy. Just one problem: it's not funny.
I've been a fan of Armisen's for years, dating back to his days as the drummer in early-'90s Chicago punk group Trenchmouth.
Last April, Ashton Kutcher made history when he challenged CNN to a race to a million followers on Twitter and won. The real winners of the Twitter race? Families in Africa.
I've probed the growing popularity of Web comedy and dramatic series, suggesting they were a growing threat, down the road a bit, to network TV series. All signs point to growing viewership for Web series.
Even the most loyal users can get turned off by a bad user experience. This is the Internet -- there's always something else waiting in the wings.
CNN.com has nearly 6 million followers on Twitter, according to KC Estenson, Sr. VP and Gneral Manager of CNN.com. told Beet.TV in this video inte...
Kutcher lives in a reality-free zone wherein human beings are unemotional creatures who can perform sex scenes without any emotional attachment.
Ashton Kutcher,'s Twitter feat -- and his new outfit, Katalyst Media -- raise a central question in today's world of media: who controls media's future?
Once known as the snowy playground of the Hollywood elite, in recent years Aspen's celebrity ski conditions have seemed more like mashed potatoes than champagne powder.
Newark Mayor and frequent tweeter Cory Booker has teamed with fellow-Twitterati Ashton Kutcher in challenging web followers to pledge acts of communi...
Wisdom crops up in a surprising way on Twitter. I call the phenomenon, "Twisdom."
Kutcher has challenged Newark's Mayor Cory A. Booker to inspire 300 of his Twitter followers to send video declarations of community service.
If you lose someone you really care about, couldn't the event amount to something more meaningful than a quick blip on Twitter?
The lithe, glum women of Spread fulfill the prurient promise of the film's title without doing much else. Ashton Kutcher, the star and producer of the soft-core, low-budget ode to his own powers of seduction, does somewhat less.
As he showed earlier this year in the little-seen Personal Effects - and as he demonstrates again in the new Spread - Ashton Kutcher is an actor with range.