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Ashton Kutcher suits up for Men intro

2011-07-29 11:41
 
Los Angeles - Two and A Half Men's iconic curtain shot now features new star Ashton Kutcher.

The opening sequence of the sitcom used to feature former lead star Charlie Sheen and co-stars Jon Cryer and Angus T Jones performing the jingle (men men men men, manly men men men) dressed in tuxedos.

CBS has now released a photo of Cryer, Jones and new star Kutcher dressed in tuxedos in front of the iconic red curtain along with the signature vintage microphone.

Earlier in July the network also released a teaser poster for the show featuring the three stars, seemingly naked, behind a billboard which read: "All will be revealed... 09.19.11."

Kutcher replaces Charlie Sheen in the upcoming season of Two and A Half Men. Sheen was fired from the show during the filming of season eight after numerous drink and drug problems as well as a feud with show creator Chuck Lorre.



Sheen's character, Charlie Harper, will reportedly die off-screen.

The upcoming season airs in the US on September 19. 

Details of Kutcher's character have not been made available as yet.



- Channel24

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