“Jobs” will tell the story of his life from wayward hippie to co-founder of Apple and revered creative entrepreneur, according to industry daily Variety, whose report was confirmed as accurate by the spokeswoman.
Production is due to start in May while Mr. Kutcher is taking a break from “Two and a Half Men,” the hit TV series he joined last year after Charlie Sheen was fired following a very public row with the producer.
Mr. Kutcher, 34, was best known for TV shows including “That '70s Show” and “Punk’d” before he replaced Mr. Sheen in May. He and Miss Moore, both Twitter early adopters, announced their separation in November.
Oprah still bullish on her cable network
Oprah Winfrey says she still has faith in her troubled cable network.
Appearing Monday on “CBS This Morning,” Miss Winfrey told the show’s co-host - and her best friend - Gayle King that she believes the Oprah Winfrey Network will fulfill its mission of transforming viewers’ lives.
If viewers don’t respond, Miss Winfrey says, “I will move on to the next thing.”
OWN has struggled to build an audience since its launch in January 2011.
Says Miss Winfrey: “I’ll always be OK.”
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