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VIDEO & PHOTOS: Ashton Kutcher Joins Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones In NY

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May 19 2011, Published 7:30 a.m. ET

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By Adam S. Levy

RadarOnline.com Staff Writer

Men, men, men, men, manly men ...

Ashton Kutcher joined his new Two and a Half Men castmates Jon Cryer and  a grown-up looking Angus T. Jones on Wednesday at a CBS party at the Lincoln Center in New York, posing for pictures alongside his new co-stars.

Kutcher, on his popular Twitter page Wednesday, linked to a picture of  himself mugging with his two co-stars, with the caption "First cast argument 2.5 men."

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Kutcher is rumored to be getting about $1 million per show, half of the historical paycheck his predecessor Charlie Sheen was taking home during his tenure on the top-rated comedy.

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In the meantime, the show's executive producer and creator Chuck Lorre has been working on a new storyline that would make the transition from Sheen, 45, to Kutcher, 33, a seamless one.

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