A Minute With: Kutcher & Garner on "Valentine's Day"
By Zorianna Kit
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In new romantic comedy "Valentine's Day," which opens in movie theaters on Friday, Ashton Kutcher and Jennifer Garner play best friends each dealing with their own romantic relationship issues.
The pair first worked together 10 years ago in the 2000 feature "Dude, Where's My Car." Since then, both rose to fame on television shows, got married -- Kutcher to Demi Moore and Garner to Ben Affleck -- became parents and movie stars.
Kutcher and Garner talked to Reuters about their film and shared opinions about all things romantic including JumboTron proposals and school teacher crushes.
Q: Ashton, you play a florist in "Valentine's Day." What did you learn about that job that would be a tip for guys.
Kutcher: "Baby's Breath is hell to florists. It's filler. It's not sexy, it's not chic. It's death to a florist. They hate it when it comes in as a request."
Q: What's your take on giving flowers on Valentine's Day -- boring and unimaginative, or a given?
Garner: "It's a baseline must."
Kutcher: "Flowers are conformist if you don't think about the card. The flowers will say a lot, but the card becomes the essential piece of the delivery." Continued...