>The two stars have grown up since working together in ’00’s Dude, Where’s My Car? Still, Kutcher, 32, typed on his phone like a teenager as he and Garner, 37, chatted about reuniting in Valentine’s Day.
DO YOU TWEET TOO, JEN?
Garner: No. I try really hard to put my phone down [ever since] my daughter [Violet, 4] pretended to take something out of one of her little purses and was like, “I’ve got an e-mail—hang on one second.”
Kutcher: That’s like when Tallulah [his stepdaughter with wife Demi Moore] was young and told her teacher, “My mom gives me anything I want in just one second.?” Demi was like, “Uh-oh.”
SO, VALENTINE’S DAY: CANDLELIGHT DINNER OR BREAKFAST IN BED?
Kutcher: Both—why not?
CHOCOLATES OR JEWELRY?
Garner: That’s tough. I do love chocolate. Chocolate jewelry?!
Kutcher: Neither. Travel.
ASHTON, IN THE FILM YOU PLAY A FLORIST. WHAT DID YOU LEARN?
Kutcher: That I can’t do baby’s breath. It’s like my kryptonite.
WHAT’S THE TRICK TO KEEPING ROMANCE ALIVE [WITH SPOUSES MOORE AND BEN AFFLECK]?
Garner: Accept that every day is not necessarily going to be romantic. That doesn’t mean you don’t look for ways to infuse your life with romance. It’s about finding it in the littlest parts of life.