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Selleck vs. Kutcher

03.24.2009

Does Tom Selleck hibernate in some kind of cryo-stasis when not appearing in public? I swear the guy looks almost the same now as when I watched him tooling around Hawaii in a red Ferrari.

I'm sure he's in good enough shape to take on Ashton Kutcher, a showdown we'll see (sort of) in the action-comedy FIVE KILLERS. Kutcher plays a hitman who, after retiring and settling down with Katherine Heigl (KNOCKED UP), finds his quiet suburban life shattered when he's targeted by a group of assassins from his past.

Selleck plays Heigl's justifiably protective dad, while Catherine O'Hara (BEETLEJUICE, BEST IN SHOW) plays the mom. Martin Mull has also been defrosted from the 1980s to play Kutcher's handler. Robert Luketic (21, LEGALLY BLONDE) is directing the Lionsgate project.

Extra Tidbit: Selleck and his mustache once proved more than a match for Gene Simmons and his tongue (and some rectangular robots) in RUNAWAY.
Source: THR

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12:51AM on 03/28/2009

WTF?

A Long Kiss Goodnight meets Meet the Fockers meets That 70's Hawaii 5-0, no thanks.
A Long Kiss Goodnight meets Meet the Fockers meets That 70's Hawaii 5-0, no thanks.
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9:24PM on 03/25/2009
I'd like to see another Indiana Jones movie where Selleck plays a rival archeologist. I think it'd be sweet to see the man who is Indiana Jones and the man who almost was on screen together.
I'd like to see another Indiana Jones movie where Selleck plays a rival archeologist. I think it'd be sweet to see the man who is Indiana Jones and the man who almost was on screen together.
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8:02PM on 03/25/2009

I don't buy it.

Kutcher as a hitman? give me a break!
Kutcher as a hitman? give me a break!
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1:18PM on 03/25/2009
LOL Kutcher retiring at 30
LOL Kutcher retiring at 30
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11:04AM on 03/25/2009
Who does Kutcher blow to keep getting movie roles?
Who does Kutcher blow to keep getting movie roles?
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1:40AM on 03/25/2009
I agree that Selleck looks great for his age (61 years old). And as far as I know the ladies still love him. Then again, why would they not love him, he is the fucking Magnum!

And as far as this movie goes, the jury is still out for me. I think Tom Selleck is cool, but Ashton Kutcher isn't exactly great at picking good movie roles.
I agree that Selleck looks great for his age (61 years old). And as far as I know the ladies still love him. Then again, why would they not love him, he is the fucking Magnum!

And as far as this movie goes, the jury is still out for me. I think Tom Selleck is cool, but Ashton Kutcher isn't exactly great at picking good movie roles.
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12:18AM on 03/25/2009
having only read the above news about this upcoming movie I would guess HoyleHaw just guessed the hilarious twist ending... it was the over protective Dad who was trying to get him killed!!!

P.S: I'm proud to say I've never seen any of Luketic's movies and probably never will
having only read the above news about this upcoming movie I would guess HoyleHaw just guessed the hilarious twist ending... it was the over protective Dad who was trying to get him killed!!!

P.S: I'm proud to say I've never seen any of Luketic's movies and probably never will
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10:45PM on 03/24/2009
I have a feeling that if I see this in theaters (not likely) I will just want to watch "A History of Violence" when I get home.

And hey, don't forget about Martin Mull's great stint on Arrested Development as private eye extraordinaire Gene Parmesean!

Oh, and Runaway was awesome. It definitely served to magnify my fears of heights, spiders, DNA-seeking bullets, and Gene Simmons.
I have a feeling that if I see this in theaters (not likely) I will just want to watch "A History of Violence" when I get home.

And hey, don't forget about Martin Mull's great stint on Arrested Development as private eye extraordinaire Gene Parmesean!

Oh, and Runaway was awesome. It definitely served to magnify my fears of heights, spiders, DNA-seeking bullets, and Gene Simmons.
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10:31PM on 03/24/2009
And here I was hoping Selleck could play the chief baddie, just so we could have an inspired showdown between the two.

Kutcher aside, everyone ain't half bad in the right role. But damn, I do pretty much loathe that guy in a way I have no right to.
And here I was hoping Selleck could play the chief baddie, just so we could have an inspired showdown between the two.

Kutcher aside, everyone ain't half bad in the right role. But damn, I do pretty much loathe that guy in a way I have no right to.
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10:25PM on 03/24/2009
Once I saw Ashton Kutcher's name as a hitman this project completely lost my interest and credibility as a serious movie.

And don't even throw that: Ashton Kutcher was great in Butterfly Effect at me because he was playing a toned down version of himself.
Once I saw Ashton Kutcher's name as a hitman this project completely lost my interest and credibility as a serious movie.

And don't even throw that: Ashton Kutcher was great in Butterfly Effect at me because he was playing a toned down version of himself.
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