They say size doesn't matter, but I think Ashton Kutcher would beg to differ. Both he and Charlie Sheen enjoyed huge trailers on the Warner Brothers set of Two and a Half Men, but it looks like Ashton's may be the larger of the two. Judging by the size of his new trailer, Kutcher is going to be getting the royal treatment on the set this upcoming season. Not only is the massive temporary home two stories, but it also has satellite TV capabilities and several pop-out compartments to make the double-wide even wider. Reportedly, it takes a half a dozen tires to move the unit anywhere.
Sheen had a pretty impressive trailer on set himself, which he apparently had a hard time letting go of once he left the show. Evidently Sheen made a short film about his efforts to take his trailer off the Warner Brothers lot once he'd been fired from the show. The two-and-a-half-minute video showed a camouflage-wearing Sheen as a "Warlock" speaking to a stuffed horse and his "Strike Team Five" before going on "Mission Greyhound." It's possibly the dumbest secret ops mission known to man. And to think all his hot air wasn't enough to lift that trailer right out of the studio. Sheen's actual trailer was taken off the lot March 10 and the bus-turned-trailer was originally going to be towed away, but Sheen sent a repairman to save it from that fate. Possessive much? Wait, that's a silly question.
Kutcher's debut on the CBS series is set for Sept. 19, meanwhile, Sheen will star in Anger Management, a comedy loosely based on the 2003 film. We can't wait to hear what kind of trailer they give him on that set. They may not want to make the guy angry.