Ashton Kutcher Proves His Devotion To Mila Kunis As He Collects Her From Lax… One Day After Jetting In With Ex-wife Demi Moore

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Keeping a low profile: Mila left LAX wearing a blue baseball cap pulled down low over her famous face

one day after jetting in with ex-wife Demi Moore PUBLISHED: 11:40 EST, 11 September 2013 | UPDATED: 15:28 EST, 11 September 2013 9 shares comments The airport run is one of the many tasks of the devoted boyfriend. And Ashton Kutcher seemed keen to prove he falls very firmly into that category after he was spotted picking up girlfriend Mila Kunis, 30, from LAX on Tuesday night. The 35-year-old actor may have been particularly keen to impress after he was spotted at Burbank airport chatting happily to ex-wife Demi Moore on Monday night. Jetting in: Ashton Kutcher, 35, was spotted picking up girlfriend Mila Kunis, 30, from LAX on Tuesday night – the day after he was seen chatting happily to his ex-wife Demi Moore after the pair shared a flight The pair, who were married for six years before they separated in 2011, had attended the same tech conference in San Jose and shared a flight home to LA. Meanwhile, Mila attempted to keep a low profile after she landed, making her way through the airport wearing a blue and white baseball cap pulled down low over her famous face. The Ukrainian-born actress, who was flying in after an appearance at Toronto International Film Festival, looked casual and comfortable, wearing black trousers, a white shirt and flat boots. Keeping a low profile: Mila left LAX wearing a blue baseball cap pulled down low over her famous face Glued to her phone as she walked, Kunis toted an enormous blue leather bag on her arm. Wearing a blue sweater, the Two And A Half Men actor waited for Mila outside the airport in a car – before whisking her off into the night. The couple have been quietly dating for over a year and were friends before they got together, having starred together on the hit sitcom That 70s Show. Mila may have been as surprised as anyone to learn that her boyfriend and his his ex-wife were on speaking terms. Travelling in comfort: Mila opted for a casual look for her flight, wearing black trousers with a white shirt and flat boots Miles away: Kunis has been promoting her latest film, Third Person, at the Toronto International Film Festival The pair, who separated in 2011, are yet to finalise their divorce after Demi after filed response papers in March of this year, requesting spousal support and payment of legal fees from Kutcher. Presumably talking about a new project, Ashton could be heard saying to Demi: ‘It could really work,’ as the pair made their way through the airport. They eventually ended the conversation and went their separate ways, but it seemed clear that the pair are back on cordial terms.

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Movies Yahoo! TIFF Blog Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Mila Kunis made one mistake before coming to the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival: because Canadians have such a reputation for being calm and laid-back, she assumed the festival would be the same. Not so, as she quickly learned when she arrived in town this morning. I love me some Toronto, but Ive never been to the festival its very fun, but crazy, the 30-year-old actress told reporters outside the Elgin Theatre on Monday night. Its a little crazier than I thought it was going to be. I thought it would be a little low-key. Its a little fancy-pants. The Canadians really brought it! Kunis had two films screening at TIFF on Monday night, Blood Ties and Third Person. In fact, both movies were essentially premiering at the same time, forcing the actress to choose which showing to attend — ultimately, she ended up at the Third Person premiere, along with Oscar-winning director/screenwriter Paul Haggis and co-stars Maria Bello, Adrian Brody, and Olivia Wilde. The film tells three interweaving stories taking place in Paris, New York City, and Rome. In Kuniss story line, she plays a mother accused of trying to kill her son; in the aftermath of the accusation, she struggles against the boys father (played by James Franco) to stay in contact with her child. It was a difficult role for the actress, but one that immediately appealed to her. Playing flawed characters is always an attraction to an actor, and in this film, there are no protagonists only real, honest, human characters, Kunis explained. Its always a challenge to take a character thats not innately likeable and to make the audience root for them. And even if her character had been less challenging, there was another significant reason for Kunis to star in Third Person. I wanted to work with Paul, she said.