Hey, what's up with Topher Grace? That's what ET set out to learn at his 'Take Me Home Tonight' junket where he shared his thoughts on the idea of a "That '70s Show" movie and how he felt about Videogum's fictional blog entries centered around his day-to-day life.
"I get that question more than any other, and it was never a show that I felt like when it went off the air that people were really that interested in," Topher says of a possible "That '70s Show" reunion. "Ashton [Kutcher] is doing so great. Mila [Kunis] was just nominated for a Golden Globe, so I love all those kids. I still see them all. That's something I love is being in ensembles." He adds, "'Castaway' would be my nightmare."
As for the blog entries titled "Hey, What's Up with Topher Grace?", the actor responds jokingly, "Yeah, they have a column about me, and it's written by me. That's what people don't know." The website refers to the articles as the "Internet's premiere resource for up-to-the-minute Topher Grace information." He says in all seriousness, "I think it's ironic because no one could possibly care about what's going on with me. But good luck to whoever is trying to sell advertising space on that."
Topher has been busy promoting his new comedy that co-stars 'Scary Movie' actress Anna Faris. The film hits theaters March 4.