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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher set to move to the UK

28 JANUARY 2013

It seems that Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are following in the footsteps of David and Victoria Beckham by swapping sunny Los Angeles for the UK. The Hollywood pair, who have been dating since the beginning of 2012, are planning to move to the UK where Mila is due to be shooting her new film, it has been reported.

 

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

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A source said: "Mila is over for at least six months filming near London and Ashton has decided to head here too. They spend most of their time glued to each other's side."

Mila and Ashton - who got together following the actor's split from former wife Demi Moore - are said to have started looking at properties in the Marylebone area, where actress Kate Hudson and director Guy Ritchie are among the neighbours.

They hope to be settled into their new pad by the time Mila, 28, starts working on her new project, titled Jupiter Ascending, in the spring. Ashton, 34, recently wrapped up shooting his Steve Jobs biopic, jOBS. Just last week, the actor premiered the eagerly anticipated film at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

 

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher



The film shows the world how the 34-year-old actor went about immortalising one of the 21st century's great visionaries. jOBS tells the story of how, in 1976, Red College dropout Steve Jobs began a technical revolution from his parents' garage.

With his friend and technical expert Steve Wozniak, played by ER actor Josh Gad, the two began producing and shipping 200 units of the 'Apple 1' by hand. Over 30 years later their creation transformed the technical world with hundreds of millions of people using Apple products today.

In a performance described by the festival as "highly nuanced", Ashton captures the technology icon who passed away in 2011. Those eagerly awaiting the cinematic release, however, will have to wait until April as its appearance at the festival is only for members of the film industry.

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