In our eyes, Ashton Kutcher has grown up a lot since his days as the smart-ass host of MTV's "Punk'd." He's working with one of TV's biggest producers, involved in a mature and quiet relationship with the lovely Mila Kunis, and starring in the indie Steve Jobs biopic. It's no wonder Elle wanted to sit down with Ashton to chat about the star's love, work, and image.
On using people's low expectations to his advantage:
"People fill in the blanks really fast. They go, 'Oh my God, he's on a show and [plays] stupid, so he must be stupid.' I can't control that, nor do I try to, nor do I want to. There's something advantageous about having people underestimate your intellect, insomuch as a lot of things are revealed to you. They assume you don't know what you're talking about, then all of a sudden, you do. And the next thing you know, you have information you wouldn't normally have."