A Huff Post Writer Asks If Ashton Kutcher’s Divorce Will Ruin His Career

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We here at News Burner just want to say that we love the Huffington Post. Arianna is our godmother and the matriarch of all news blogs sites. But we don’t always agree with some of her writers. Naughty But Nice Rob wrote an article today asking the question if Ashton Kutcher’s failed marriage to actress and Red Bull lover Demi Moore – will kill his career?

Hey Rob, have you seen Two and a Half Men since Ashton Kutcher took over for Charlie Sheen? It’s god awful. If you want to see a guy’s career come to an end just watch 15 minutes of the show and tell me if there is any career left to kill.

Ashton Kutcher has been like a 14-year-old girl on Twitter over the last few years, weighing in on anything and everything, so I do agree with you Rob that Kutcher’s current tactic of staying quiet while his estranged wife, Demi Moore is battling what looks like multiple addictions is pretty pathetic.

But Rob, the big career killer here is not his failed marriage, it’s the fact that the guy tries to sell himself as a comedic actor and he’s not remotely funny. Let’s put his disastrous work on Two And A Half Men aside and look at his last few films, No Strings Attached, Spread, Killers, all forgettable and Ashton’s performances are as flat as a frozen flat frog on a Philly freeway.

We don’t mean to kick the guy when he’s down but the only thing that could save his career might be the whole failed marriage and the sympathy he gets for walking around feeling sorry for himself.

For Naughty But Nice Rob’s post, visit the [HuffPost]

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Scott St. John

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I have worked in the media for over 30 years as a Producer,director, cameraman,photographer and in publicity. I have worked for the four major television networks and for over 20 different cable networks. From American Idol to the Today Show to HBO Documentaries to the Academy Awards, I have been fortunate to work at the highest professional level in television. As a photographer, my work has been published or seen online in magazines such as Maxim, Stuff, Us weekly, InTouch,Gotham, Shock, OK magazine and more. My work has taken me to the four corners of the world from Africa to South America to Europe to Japan. It's been a great run and I am happy to be on board with the News Burner team.

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