They’re both headed to Philadelphia.
The Daily Pennsylvanian reports about Kutcher:
Ashton Kutcher, the popular actor and movie producer, will be speaking at Penn on Sept. 18 as part of the Wharton School’s Social Impact Initiative, according to an email invitation sent out Wednesday.
Admission to the event is free to anybody with a PennCard, although students need to register online. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Kutcher has also experienced a new wave of popularity following a recent viral video of him speaking about the virtues of work:
Meanwhile, the Daily News’ Molly Eichel reports on Gere:
Silver fox Richard Gere will shoot his new film, “Franny,” in Philadelphia. Production starts in October. Gere will play “a hedonistic philanthropist who ingratiates himself into the lives of a newlywed couple in order to re-create the life he once had,” according to a statement about the indie drama. Gere will reunite with the team that produced his well-received financial film “Arbitrage” for the movie written and directed by Andrew Renzi.
Maybe they’ll hang out?