Thanks to Claudia, I’ve added 111 HQ pictures of Mila attending the 2014 MTV Movie Awards on April 13th. Enjoy!
Did ya’ll see the 2014 MTV Movie Awards yesterday? I saw half an hour of it, since it was aired in the middle of the night/early morning where I live. Anyway if you didn’t know already Mila won the Best Villain award for the role in Oz. Check out the video below!
Hello all! Mette here, I’m back as the main owner of Mila Kunis Fan, huge thanks to Claudia for letting me take it back.
As you can see MKF have gotten new themes both here on the main page and the gallery. Coding done by Claudia and headers by Kimberley. Hope you all love them as much as me!
Onto the update, I’ve added screencaptures from the Jupiter Ascending trailer and one poster (thanks Claudia!). Enjoy!
Mila Kunis attends Warner Bros. Pictures’ ?The Big Picture?, an Exclusive Presentation Highlighting the Summer of 2014 and Beyond during CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on March 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Appearances > 2014 > CinemaCon 2014 – Warner Bros. Pictures Invites You To “The Big Picture” – March 27
I have added to the gallery 393 HD screencaptures from the bluray disc of Mila’s role as Theodora in Oz: The Great & Powerful. I personally adore this movie and it’s what made me cave into joining this fansite. Mila did a masterpiece role and I adored her changing through it.
Real-life loves Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher will be reuniting on TV!
Kunis will guest-star in an upcoming episode of CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, which airs Thursdays (9:01-9:31PM, ET/PT).
According to the network, Kunis will play Vivian, a young, beautiful, free-spirited world traveler who shows up on Walden’s doorstep. Walden (Kutcher’s character) feels an instant connection with her, convinced she’s “the one.”
The problem is, Walden was just about to propose to someone else. Aww…
This marks the first time Kutcher and Kunis have acted together on TV since their days on That ’70s Show, which aired from 1998-2006. Kutcher was 19 and Kunis was 14 when the pilot was shot in spring 1998.
USA TODAY’s Gary Levin chatted recently withKurtwood Smith, who starred as “Red” Foreman on the sitcom. When asked about the news that Kutcher and Kunis are engaged, Smith said, “I was floored. ”
Smith added that he has nothing but fond memories of the two. “I loved them both; they’re great people. But what can I say? I was surprised. I hope that’s all going to work out for them.”
Looks like Amanda Seyfried will be stepping into Mila Kunis‘ big screen shoes.
The 28-year-old beauty is set to play the female lead in Ted 2, the follow-up to Seth MacFarlane‘s raunchy 2012 comedy, Deadline reports.
Mark Wahlberg is set to reprise his role in the film while Mila Kunis will reportedly only have a small part, if any. The Black Swan beauty portrayed Wahlberg’s girlfriend Lori in the original film, which centered on a boy who couldn’t cut ties with his teddy bear that came to life as a result of a childhood wish.
Lori (Kunis) and Wahlberg’s character John Bennett wed at the end of the first film, which went on to become the highest grossing R-rated movie of the year. Seyfried’s character and storyline in the sequel currently remains unknown.
So why the casting change?
Deadline reports Kunis and MacFarlane remain close, and the switch-up is nothing more than a creative decision made by MacFarlane as he will once again produce, write and costar in the upcoming sequel. Mila will reportedly still provide the voice of Meg in the producer’s hit show Family Guy.
This isn’t the first time that Seyfried and MacFarlane have worked together. The Les Mizactress stars in the American Dad creator’s most recent film, A Million Ways to Die.
As for Kunis? She most recently completed filming The Angriest Man in Brooklyn oppositePeter Dinklage, Robin Williams and Melissa Leo.
Ted 2 is slated for release on June 26, 2014.
Jim Beam Bourbon welcomes its first-ever global partner and spokesperson, Mila Kunis, to the family with a ‘Make History’ cocktail reception on February 19, 2014 in New York City.
Mila Kunis is the first global spokesperson for Jim Beam. (Yes, the liquor.) In honor of this appointment she sat down with Cosmopolitan.com to talk about booze, JLaw, and how she’s conflicted about whether or not she sees herself as sexy.
You shoot covers for women’s and men’s magazines. What is the difference between shooting for a men’s magazine and women’s magazine?
The amount of clothes you wear [laughs]. For a magazine like Cosmo, you wear short dresses and you have the one pose they make you do all the time and you smile and have the big hair. And then you’re in Maxim and it’s half the clothes. It’s very different.
Some of the men’s magazine shoots you’ve done are super-sexy. Do you see yourself as sexy?
Oh no, no. I really don’t. I don’t see myself as not-sexy, it’s just not [one of] the top 40 adjectives I would use to describe myself. But I do see myself as confident, but if someone sees me as sexy I’m not going to argue that and say “no I’m not, you’re crazy.” I’ll just say “thank you” politely.
Speaking of sexy, what’s your ideal date night?
I’ll tell you: we have a thing called white T-shirt night and it’s when you wear jeans and a white T-shirt and you go on a date. Nothing fancy, it’s just something that you love to do. And whether that’s bowling or dinner or going to a cheese shop and have some wine or walking around. I think that’s just the best thing to do — and sometimes it’s just nice to stay home.
Have you met Jennifer Lawrence?
And what was your experience with her like?
I don’t discuss other people, just out of respect for what I would like them to do to me, you know?
OK. Miley Cyrus or Beyoncé?
Beyoncé. Nothing against Miley, but that’s not a fair question. But I think Miley Cyrus would say Beyoncé, because Miley is awesome but she is also young and Beyoncé has proven herself.
Are you a fan of E!’s Fashion Police?
No, I don’t care. I can honestly tell you that I respect E!, but I don’t watch it.
What are your thoughts on red carpet outfit critiques in general?
You can’t really concern yourself with constantly being bombarded with opinions, because everyone has got an opinion.
Are you going to the Oscars?
What are your Oscars plans?
Not to be there.
Are you going to watch them?
No. I respect the Oscars, I’m a part of the Academy, I vote every year — I love it but I’m usually, oddly, out of town, and then I get back and hear who wins and that’s it.
Why did you decide to be the global spokesperson for Jim Beam?
They approached me and I gravitate toward companies that have a family-operated type of feel. When I met with everyone there I felt like I was a part of the company instead of just working for it, so it was a nice fit.