It looks like Ashton Kutcher, who will replace Charlie Sheen on the sets of Two and a Half Men, has struck gold. The star is expected to be paid $8,750 a week, which amounts to a whopping $20 million for 26 episodes. However, even Kutcher will admit, it is no match to the $2 million a show paid to Charlie Sheen by Warner Brothers. But, going by the size of the trailer offered to him by Warner Brothers on the set of Two and a Half Men, even Charlie might get jealous.
The mobile estate is a two-storey luxury home that anyone would want to live in. With floor space of 1,100 sq ft, the mobile estate will be boarded with seven 60 inch 3D plasma TVs, two bathrooms, a well-furnished kitchen and conference space. Apparently it's a creation of Anderson Mobile Estates who came to limelight with Will Smith’s custom Mobile Estate, Studio One. The trailer has been named 'Baby Girl', and has been set as Kutcher wanted it.
'Baby Girl' also takes care of the security needs of the star. Cameras are mounted on the outside that provide 360-degree surveillance. As soon as someone rings the doorbell, the volume of TV or music system is lowered and the image of the visitor is displayed at all the screens in the trailer. Wind sensors are used to retract electric awnings and keep it cooler inside. A touchscreen remote controls the air conditioning and lighting of the trailer. The furniture can be folded or collapsed to create more space.
While U.S. law doesn’t allow a height of more than 13 feet and 6 inches for such vehicles, ‘Baby Girl’, once fully extended, would stand at 15 feet and 10 inches, 53 feet long and 30-ton in weight, the so called 'Baby Girl' is in fact nothing less than a behemoth. The side section and the second floor emerge hydraulically from the main body and give it the look of the giant. Meanwhile, a new three-storey model called ‘The Sky Box’ is also on the cards.
Charlie was so fascinated by his trailer that he even made a short spoof film about how he tried to get it from the clutches of Warner Brothers, after being fired from the show. The fans expect Kutcher not to make a similar mistake. Meanwhile Kutcher is expected to make his debut on the CBS series in September. He's expected to star in Anger Management, which is a comedy film.