Ashton Kutcher's recent move back to television was a lucrative decision for the actor, as he now earns a whopping $700K per episode on "Two and a Half Men."
Although it's significantly less than what Charlie Sheen used to take home ($1.2 million), Kutcher is now crowned the highest paid TV actor, according to TV Guide.
The network prime-time series stars are generally paid up to $125K per episode, with some cable networks going as high as $150K. "Times that by 22, [and] you can maintain a pretty good lifestyle based on what you were making in features, but now you're not," said an industry executive.
"Toy Story 3" stars Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, together again, gave "Extra" the inside scoop on their latest Pixar collaboration.
"You got Mr. Prickle pants, got the sunny sided Ken, Ken gets to show Barbie his dream house," Hanks said. "You just want to say prickle pants. That's all you want," Allen added.
"Notice how close it was from mentioning Ken to prickle pants, all at the same time?," Hanks shot back. To which Allen quipped, "Ken has no prickle in his pants."
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