C." actor, but she also re-tweeted a report about him getting cast in a new movie this past January.[Related: Ashton Kutcher Attends Rumer Willis Concert]When it comes to her love life, Scafaria has her friends to thank.
And when it comes to clothes and style, it's the perfect time to reinvent yourself. Either way, let's get some wardrobe basics sorted.
And Mila Kunis has given us the inspiration for one such piece; a pair of western heeled ankle boots.
This footwear is the perfect choice for those who want boots that can be worn at any time of the year. Mila's Newbury boots are by Rag & Bone and she's not the only starlet to fall for their charms.
Ashton Kutcher seems to have turned his rebound romance with Lorene Scafaria into a full-fledged relationship.
The pair was first linked back in December, just weeks after the Hollywood couple split, when Kutcher tweeted a photo of him and Scafaria vacationing together in Italy for the holidays.
Although he insisted they were "just friends" at the time, it seems to have blossomed into much more — if they were even platonic to begin with. And on February 25, Kutcher and Scafaria packed on the PDA at a charity event.
Last weekend, the two were photographed wearing face paint and laughing as they made their way to a party bus headed to Ultrazone in L. So who is the woman who has apparently stolen Kutcher's heart? After writing and appearing in a handful of plays in New York City, she moved west at the request of her manager and became roommates with another screenwriter, with whom she wrote a children's adventure movie, "Legend Has It," which was later shelved.
Soon after, in 2005, the New Jersey native — who also has a band called The Shortcoats — adapted the screenplay for the Michael Cera-Kat Dennings rom-com, "Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist" — and that's when her career really took off.
Scafaria went on to pen the Iraqi war docudrama "Sweet Relief" for Paramount and "The Mighty Flynn" for Warner Brothers.[Related: 'That '70s Show Cast': Where Are They Now?
]But her biggest break is her directorial debut with the comedy "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World," which she also wrote, starring Steve Carell and Keira Knightley.
The film, about a man who sets out to find his childhood sweetheart as the end of the world draws near, hits theaters June 22 and also features Adam Brody — who she dated from fall 2009 until last year. Not only is Scafaria's Twitter default image of her and the "The O.