Ashton Kutcher Uses "Mobile Estate" When Shooting on Two And A Half Men
If we are to consider that Ashton will receive a $8,750 check every week for starring as a replacement for Charlie Sheen in the TV series Two And A Half Men the luxury he has been offered is not something out of the ordinary. That might not sound like a lot, but he might get a full $20 million if he makes it to his 26th episode.
He might not be able to match Sheen’s paycheck but he managed to make up for it with his trailer. The two-story, 53ft long, 30-ton luxury mobile home used by the actor isn’t called a trailer, being describes as a “mobile estate.”
The mobile estate features side sections and a second floor that hydraulically emerge from the main body in order to offer a total floor space of 1,100 sq ft.
"The Heat”, as it is called, boasts seven 60 inch 3D plasma screens, a large living area, two bathrooms, a kitchen with granite surfaces and also a conference space. The home away from home was designed by Ron Anderson of Anderson Mobile Estates being built to the stars’ specifications. Cameras had been installed on the outside of the trailer in order to offer a 360-degree video security and surveillance.
When a guest ring the doorbell, the volume on the stereo an TV automatically drops down and the image of the visitor appears on the various screen located throughout. A special request was turned into reality for a customer who insisted on a thumb scanner entry system for the master bedroom. If you might be interested going camping in style one of this “mobile estates” will set you back with about $2 million, as related by dailymail.co.uk.