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Posts tagged Mila Kunis

Oct 19 '12
bohemea:

Mila Kunis - Esquire by Cliff Watts, November 2012

I mean dammmmmmmmn

bohemea:

Mila Kunis - Esquire by Cliff Watts, November 2012

I mean dammmmmmmmn

Jun 23 '12
suicideblonde:

Mila Kunis at the LA premiere of Ted, June 21st

Marry me?

suicideblonde:

Mila Kunis at the LA premiere of Ted, June 21st

Marry me?

Jan 9 '12
suicideblonde:

Mila Kunis at the Benefit Gala of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Beverly Hills, January 7th

That game was terrible, here’s a glorious palate cleanser. Damn girl

suicideblonde:

Mila Kunis at the Benefit Gala of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Beverly Hills, January 7th

That game was terrible, here’s a glorious palate cleanser. Damn girl

Nov 16 '11
gq:

Knockout  of the Year: Mila Kunis
We’ve adored Mila  plenty  this year and for good reason. She attempted no-strings-attached  relations with one  of our Showmen of the Year in this summer’s big sex comedy Friends  With Benefits. She speaks fluent Russian. She holds her own among  seasoned comedians. And clearly she takes a good picture.
But  you may not know Mila Kunis has a cure for the common cold. Our very  sick writer Michael Idov goes to interview her and ends up getting  nursed back to health. With Cabernet. Click  here to read the full piece.

Twelve hours before I’m scheduled to meet Mila Kunis, I lose my voice. I   don’t mean I can’t nail the free in “The Star-Spangled Banner.” I mean  the only sound my throat is capable of delivering is a deeply creepy  rasp best suited to  the phrase get in my van.
It’s a predicament straight out of a mediocre sitcom, which is  appropriate. Like everyone else, I first laid eyes on Kunis in the  weirdly resilient That ’70s Show. But it wasn’t until this year’s  anti-rom-com Friends with Benefits (written for Kunis and Justin  Timberlake) that we were introduced to fully formed Star Mila:  sardonic, brassy, effortlessly real, the girl we couldn’t get out of our  heads since Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The girl I am now about  to present with my impression of a Tuvan throat singer.
Dressed in jeans and a sweatshirt, Kunis meets me in the lobby of her  apartment building in suburban Detroit, where she is shooting Oz: The  Great and Powerful, Sam Raimi’s massive prequel to The Wizard of  Oz. (She’s a witch.) It takes one screeched “Hi!” for the interview  agenda to go out the window. “Oh, I feel so bad! You’re so siiick!”  she coos. “Let’s get you better.” She takes me to a nearby Japanese  restaurant for miso soup; it’s closed, but they open for Kunis, a weekly  customer. “Cough away,” she instructs me over crab hand rolls. “Don’t  hold it in! You’ve got to let it out! Don’t worry about me. I’ll just  take some vitamins later.” I have unwittingly stumbled upon the one side  of Kunis that hasn’t shown up in movies yet: the Jewish mother.



Swoon

gq:

Knockout of the Year: Mila Kunis

We’ve adored Mila plenty this year and for good reason. She attempted no-strings-attached relations with one of our Showmen of the Year in this summer’s big sex comedy Friends With Benefits. She speaks fluent Russian. She holds her own among seasoned comedians. And clearly she takes a good picture.

But you may not know Mila Kunis has a cure for the common cold. Our very sick writer Michael Idov goes to interview her and ends up getting nursed back to health. With Cabernet. Click here to read the full piece.

Twelve hours before I’m scheduled to meet Mila Kunis, I lose my voice. I don’t mean I can’t nail the free in “The Star-Spangled Banner.” I mean the only sound my throat is capable of delivering is a deeply creepy rasp best suited to the phrase get in my van.

It’s a predicament straight out of a mediocre sitcom, which is appropriate. Like everyone else, I first laid eyes on Kunis in the weirdly resilient That ’70s Show. But it wasn’t until this year’s anti-rom-com Friends with Benefits (written for Kunis and Justin Timberlake) that we were introduced to fully formed Star Mila: sardonic, brassy, effortlessly real, the girl we couldn’t get out of our heads since Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The girl I am now about to present with my impression of a Tuvan throat singer.

Dressed in jeans and a sweatshirt, Kunis meets me in the lobby of her apartment building in suburban Detroit, where she is shooting Oz: The Great and Powerful, Sam Raimi’s massive prequel to The Wizard of Oz. (She’s a witch.) It takes one screeched “Hi!” for the interview agenda to go out the window. “Oh, I feel so bad! You’re so siiick!” she coos. “Let’s get you better.” She takes me to a nearby Japanese restaurant for miso soup; it’s closed, but they open for Kunis, a weekly customer. “Cough away,” she instructs me over crab hand rolls. “Don’t hold it in! You’ve got to let it out! Don’t worry about me. I’ll just take some vitamins later.” I have unwittingly stumbled upon the one side of Kunis that hasn’t shown up in movies yet: the Jewish mother.

Swoon

Jul 12 '11
gq:

IMPORTANT: Mila Kunis is a Trekkie
David Marchese interviews the actress for our 4th annual comedy issue.

GQ: When did you get into Star Trek?
Mila Kunis: I got into it in my late teens—18, 19, 20.  Something like that. I got into it later than most people. But let’s not  talk about it in the past tense. I’m still a Star Trek fan. You  never stop being one. Let me give you my rundown of the series in order  of most favorite to least favorite.
GQ: I definitely have my answer to this. Let’s hear it.
Mila Kunis: Okay. You should know this list is an ongoing  argument between Seth MacFarlane and myself. But I have it: The Next  Generation; the original series; then Voyager—
GQ: Okay, you’re already wrong.
Mila Kunis: Fuck. You and I are in trouble already. This  always happens with Star Trek fans. After Voyager, then I  have Deep Space Nine. Then last is Enterprise.

He also asks her out on a date. It doesn’t go so well.

Mila, I love you, that’s really all I have to add here.

gq:

IMPORTANT: Mila Kunis is a Trekkie

David Marchese interviews the actress for our 4th annual comedy issue.

GQ: When did you get into Star Trek?

Mila Kunis: I got into it in my late teens—18, 19, 20. Something like that. I got into it later than most people. But let’s not talk about it in the past tense. I’m still a Star Trek fan. You never stop being one. Let me give you my rundown of the series in order of most favorite to least favorite.

GQ: I definitely have my answer to this. Let’s hear it.

Mila Kunis: Okay. You should know this list is an ongoing argument between Seth MacFarlane and myself. But I have it: The Next Generation; the original series; then Voyager

GQ: Okay, you’re already wrong.

Mila Kunis: Fuck. You and I are in trouble already. This always happens with Star Trek fans. After Voyager, then I have Deep Space Nine. Then last is Enterprise.


He also asks her out on a date. It doesn’t go so well.

Mila, I love you, that’s really all I have to add here.