Ashton Kutcher will produce and possibly star in Columbia Pictures' multi-generational comedy "Father's Day."
Pushes himself back to producer's chair for big screen feature after last filling in the seat in "The Butterfly Effect", Ashton Kutcher is joining forces with Jason Goldberg to produce a multi-generational comedic flick titled "Father's Day" for Columbia Pictures.
No word yet on the helmer and production schedule, but it is learned that the project will be a potential starring vehicle for Kutcher and be developed based on script penned by Ian Deitchman and Kristin Robinson. The duo recently sold their pitch of "First Kiss" to Warner Bros. Pictures and now is in the process to complete a rewrite of "Miss Captivity" at Universal Pictures.
Kutcher, best known for his role as Michael Kelso in hit TV series "That '70s Show", initially built a career in modeling before venturing into acting field to then land his first leading role in "Dude, Where's My Car?" (2000). Other notable big screen credits of his include "Just Married", "A Lot Like Love", "Bobby", and "The Guardian."