— Thanks to the romantic comedy "Friends With Benefits," Mila Kunis is the top-billed star in a movie for the very first time. She's come a long way from playing a high school student on the sitcom "That 70s Show," but how does her career compare to the other young stars who got their start on that show? If they had a high school reunion, who would have bragging rights and who would have to spend the night consoling himself at the bar?
Let's find out:
Mila Kunis (played Jackie Burkart): This lady is everywhere. Just a few months before "Friends With Benefits," she won praise for playing a crazy ballerina in "Black Swan," and she's a regular voice actor on "Family Guy." Upcoming movies like "Oz: The Great and Powerful" will keep her in the "talented yet cool" clubhouse.
Reunion Award: Queen of the Prom
Ashton Kutcher (played Michael Kelso): Kutcher's in love with Demi Moore (perhaps you heard?), and he has three trillion Twitter followers. For a while, that made him famous just for being famous, but then earlier this year, he got hired to replace Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men." Suddenly, people are talking about his acting. Who'd have thought?
Reunion Award: Most Unexpected Graduate to Earn $1 Million Per Episode
Topher Grace (played Eric Forman): It seemed like Grace was going to be the breakout star from the cast, since he appeared in major movies like "Traffic" and "Mona Lisa Smile" even before moving out of the Forman parents' basement.
He hasn't quite reached the A-list, but he's pieced together a respectable collection of blockbusters ("Spider Man 3"), frothy comedies ("Valentine's Day"), and Important HBO Films ("Too Big to Fail.") If he gets the right role, he could still move to the big leagues.
Reunion Award: The Perfectly Acceptable Second Place Ribbon
Prepon starred on the short-lived series "October Road," but it's possible even she didn't watch it. Otherwise, her post-Donna career has been nothing but guest slots ("House," "How I Met Your Mother.") Things may turn around this winter, however, when she stars in "Are You There Vodka? It's Me Chelsea," a mid-season sitcom on NBC based on Chelsea Handler's memoir.
Reunion Award: The Wait and See Medal
Wilmer Valderrama (played Fez): Your kids think Valderrama is a superstar. He's the lead on "Handy Manny," an animated show on The Disney Channel about a bilingual handyman and his talking tools. The series teaches kids beginning Spanish and lessons about cultural diversity, which means Valderrama is changing the world for the better.
Reunion Award: Citizen of the Year
Masterson was really funny on "That 70s Show," so it's a shame that he hasn't been up to much since.
Other than a supporting role in Jim Carrey's "Yes Man," he's made movies that nobody has heard of ("The Bridge To Nowhere"?) and guested on a few TV shows. Somebody needs to get him in a Judd Apatow movie.
Reunion Award: The "We Still Love You" Gift Certificate to Applebee's