At last night's Jobs premiere in Hollywood, we asked Ashton Kutcher the ultimate techy question: Does he prefer using Macintosh or PC computers?!
"Android," he told E! News after a coy pause.
Quite the diplomatic answer, eh?
As for what Kutcher wanted to perfect while playing the role of Apple founder Steve Jobs, he said, "I wanted to make sure that people felt his spirit and that people felt his essence. And we showed the film to the original Macintosh team and afterwards a couple of those people came up to me and said, ‘Thank you for giving us two more hours with Steve.'"
At last week's Jobs premiere in NYC, Kutcher gushed to E! News, "For me, the idea of playing Steve Jobs, it was somebody who I admire and respect for his innovation and creation—that was an honor. And it was also an opportunity to spend three months studying how to be an innovator, how to build a successful business, how to be an entrepreneur, which is something that I'm really passionate and interested in. So it was a great privilege really."
For more from the Jobs premiere, tune in to E! News tonight at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. And don't forget to catch E!'s next installment of its original series with Pop Innovators Presents: Steve Jobs, this Thursday, Aug. 15 at 10 p.m.