It's exciting to see an indie, underdog site like Funny Or Die with its complete lack of big names get a shot at getting its voice heard.
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Hord adds, "His desires for the Everyman to have basically a studio in a box -- that's how a company like Funny or Die can actually thrive, because we're a low-budget, run-and-gun facility."
But what about poor Kutcher and his delayed dramatic debut? "Ashton Kutcher is welcome anytime at Funny or Die," Perez says.
"The door is open," Hord chimes in. "Maybe there's another historical figure he'd like to play."
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