'It's Mount Mila': Inside Ashton Kutcher's epic adventure to name a mountain after his wife!

    Ashton Kutcher shared his adventure of climbing a mountain to name it after his wife, Mila Kunis, his battle with autoimmune disorders, and his No. 1 Netflix hit, "Your Place or Mine," on "The Late Late Show with James Corden."

    <p>Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis (Source: People)</p>

    Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis (Source: People)

    Ashton Kutcher's Romantic Gesture and the Return to Rom-Coms

    When Ashton Kutcher does romance, he doesn't mess around. How many husbands would climb a mountain and try to name it after their wives? But this quirky love story is just part of Kutcher's current narrative. Between battling autoimmune disorders, topping Netflix charts with "Your Place or Mine," and bonding with Reese Witherspoon, Kutcher's been anything but idle. As reported by People, the actor's heartfelt gestures, sense of humor, and return to romantic comedies provide a glimpse into his recent journey.

    A Mountain Called 'Awesome': Ashton Kutcher's Adventure

    What's in a name? For Kutcher, it meant a tribute to his wife, Mila Kunis. During an appearance on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," Kutcher recounted his adventure at the South Pole where he attempted to name a mountain "Mount Mila." "You're the first person that has ever climbed this mountain. You get to name it," he recalled being told, but alas, the attempt was deemed bad luck. Instead, he chose "Awesome" in Russian, a nod to Kunis's Ukrainian heritage. "So I got to name a mountain while I was there. It was wild," he added.

    Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis (Source: People)

    Running Wild: Kutcher's Journey to Self-Confidence

    Kutcher didn't stop at climbing mountains. After facing an autoimmune disorder, he was determined to push himself to the limit. Running a marathon, venturing to the South Pole, and going "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," Kutcher was all about self-discovery and gaining self-confidence. "I was just going to push it as far as I can just to get the self-confidence that I'm fully back, which I am," he told Corden.

    "Your Place or Mine": A No. 1 Netflix Hit and an 'Easy' Decision

    After a hiatus from romantic comedies, Kutcher's return to the genre has been marked by a No. 1 movie on Netflix, "Your Place or Mine," co-starring Reese Witherspoon. Sharing the screen with Witherspoon was an "easy" decision for Kutcher, as he "finally got the opportunity" to work with two women he admired. Speaking to People, he praised the collaboration, saying, "'We just had fun! I can talk to Reese about anything — acting, business, kids, media, football. She's always game.'" Witherspoon mirrored his sentiments, appreciating their similar sense of humor and timing.

    Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher (Source: People)

    From scaling peaks for love to conquering self-doubts and hitting the top charts with a rom-com, Ashton Kutcher's latest endeavors are as multifaceted as the man himself. Whether it's naming mountains or making movies, Kutcher is evidently enjoying the ride, with both feet firmly on the ground.

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