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Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher: Doggy Duty Duo!

Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher: Doggy Duty Duo!

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher keep a low profile while taking their dog for a walk around the neighborhood on Monday morning (January 7) in Los Angeles.

The 29-year-old actress and the 34-year-old actor stopped by Starbucks for a caffeine fix before heading home.

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The day before, the couple stopped by the Manhattan Bagel shop for some breakfast.

On this week’s all new episode of Two and a Half Men, Ashton‘s character Walden goes to Kate’s (Brooke D’Orsay) fashion show in New York so he can tell her the truth about his identity.

10+ pictures inside of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher walking the dog…

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16 Responses to “Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher: Doggy Duty Duo!”

  1. 1
    Yaddle Says:

    They are both hiding their faces because even they know how annoying they are.

  2. 2
    zac Says:

    Here’s another pictures

  3. 3
    half Says:

    she must have read all the bad reviews from last time – remember, wen she looked like she just came off a 4 day drinking binge?

    Rough looking lady

  4. 4
    B Says:

    Man, I know they are actor and live off their audiences and have to be known by the public. But it has to pain in the a-ss to be followed EVERYWHERE, and have your picture taken doing EVERYTHING. They don’t catch a break. That’s got be exausting. They were at Rio, photos there, Cali, photos there too. There’s no running from it. Can even walk their dogs.

  5. 5
    Saline Dijon Says:


    Then don’t become an actor. They make millions and their job is not hard. Everyone knows that if you become successul as an actor you will be followed around by cameras. They are just being divas and annoying. I am glad they get followed around. And please, they love the attention. they just pretend that they don’t.

  6. 6
    samsam Says:

    i like how normal they are. i hate how they are constantly followed

  7. 7
    lig Says:

    sorry for them..

  8. 8
    B Says:

    @Saline Dijon: I don’t think you understood me. Although I know they make the choice to be actors and believe they were very aware of the consequences of it if they make big, it got to be a pain in the ass living like like this day by day, not getting to do the most comum and mundane things without someone following you to show it.
    You know? Even in our normal lives. When start something, and you want it so bad at first that you don’t see the bad in it, you just think “I won’t care”, but once you’re doing it for while you think “Man, that sucks”. I don’t think it’s enough to pull you out of your job or anything, but it’s annoying.

  9. 9
    B Says:

    And let me just say I don’t believe someone at any area become sucessful without talent or without working hard, and the connections of course. Just because it’s a job where you don’t work 12 hours a day, doesn’t mean it’s not hard. I think it’s about the quality. If me or you were in front of a camera I bet we’ll be inexpressive as a tree and that shouldn’t be rewarded.
    But neighbors grass is always greener, right?

  10. 10
    Elena Says:

    @B: I don’t agree with you completely! I understand that some of us could not the job they are doing but many others can act very well in front of cameras and they choose not to be actors. Of course it is not an “easy” job but if you choose this path and you are hire the right people you can make a lot of money and become famous without trying a lot. I get that it is hard to be followed around but I haven’t seen anyone giving up their fame because of that! I wonder why!!!

  11. 11
    Sarah Says:

    I love them and they are so down to earth!!!

  12. 12
    B Says:

    @Elena: Yeah, actually I agree with you.

    ” I haven’t seen anyone giving up their fame because of that!” I agree completely with that when I said ” I don’t think it’s enough to pull you out of your job or anything, but it’s annoying.”

  13. 13
    akak Says:

    I like them together

  14. 14
    Diedre Says:

    *yawn* Kinda over these two.

  15. 15
    nope Says:

    That is some misconception you have about them first becoming famous through movies and then as a result being followed by paps. More often than not it’s the tabloids who are responsible for their fame. Perpetuating bunch of names with strong PR machine behind in tabloid press is exactly how they become household names. Where else would you hear about Kunis if not through tabloids? She was in one single movie release in 2012 but was constantly present in junk press. Most of these so called ‘stars’ are completely manufactured by advertising through stories in tabloids.
    Just wait for a new movie release with Kunis in it and notice how a new story or set of photos in TMZ or Daily Mail will pop up around that time to attract the attention & boost publicity. It happened with Ted, FWB..and you’ll see it happen again.
    Btw, they do catch a break, they’re not followed every day. There are weeks without a new Kunis story or photo in the press, just pay attention.

  16. 16
    ltry again Says:

    The attention is generated first by the career, not the tabloids. The tabloids ride that and then the paparrazzi hound them. It’s that simple. It doesnt’ matter that she only had one film released in 2012, she still has films from prior releases that just hit the cable and TV market, as well as the attention she gets for the 70s show syndication and Family Guy. The only way they catch a break, is by alterning their pattern of behavior and changing times they go out for walks or for coffee. Paps sit right out in front of the home and wait.

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