The newly-cast lead actor and his co-stars, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones, are screaming in a photo shared via Kutcher's Twitter.
Ashton Kutcher has met his "Two and a Half Men" co-stars, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones. The actor, who recently signed up to replace Charlie Sheen on the sitcom, has shared to his Twitter followers a picture featuring them together. Along with the image, Kutcher wrote, "First cast argument 2.5 men."
On Wednesday, May 18, Kutcher, Cryer and Jones appeared on the stage of CBS' upfront presentation. They snapped to "Two and a Half Men" theme song, but the newly-added cast member didn't get the "men men men" lyrics right. He reasoned, "I'm still learning my lines."
Speaking of people's reaction after he was confirmed for the show, the husband of Demi Moore told the crowd, "In my 13 years in show business, I've never received more emails and phone calls from people congratulating me for this job. You almost think I've won the lotto ... which I kind of did." He added, "I got the best job in show business and I'm excited about that."
Cryer then joked about his new co-star. "Did you have to get a tall guy? Really, was that necessary? It's [now] One and Two Half Men," he stated to CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler and CBS Corp. topper Leslie Moonves who sat among the audience.