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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?

Yes.

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?

No.

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.

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  posted by Mette
  posted on Mar 18, 2013
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Disney already is prepping a return to Oz.

Studio has commissioned a follow up to “Oz the Great and Powerful” from screenwriter Mitchell Kapner, who co-wrote the first film with David Lindsay-Abaire.

While no plot details are yet available, Kapner can work with what’s featured in L. Frank Baum’s novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” which is public domain. But he can’t use any of the iconic creative additions from the original film — Dorothy’s ruby slippers, for example — as Warner Bros. owns the 1939 film.

“Oz The Great and Powerful,” which bows Friday, is considered a prequel to the earlier film. Disney declined to comment on sequel plans.

Kapner’s previous bigscreen credits include “The Whole Nine Yards” and “The Whole Ten Yards.” Grant Curtis and Joshua Donen also are producers on “Oz.”

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As I’m trying to catch up on all the latest I’ve added recently released movie stills, posters and a behind the scenes photo of Oz the Great and Powerful. There’s also an on set interview featurette from cineplex.com that can be watched below!

   

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Movies > OZ: The Great & Powerful (2013) > Posters
Movies > OZ: The Great & Powerful (2013) > Movie Stills
Movies > OZ: The Great & Powerful (2013) > Behind the Scenes

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  posted on Feb 03, 2013
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Among her OZ co-stars Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz, Mila is on the cover of this months InStyle US (March) issue to promote their upcoming movie Oz the Great and Powerful. Thanks to fashionscansremastered for the scans!

   

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Magazine Scans > 2013 > InStyle US – March, 2013

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Mila Kunis is interested in appearing in the movie adaptation of the erotic novel ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, despite the risque theme.

“There are times when you just want to do something fun and different, because you’re going to have a good time doing it,” the 29-year-old actress said to British newspaper The Sun.

The novel, and sequels Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, follows the S ‘n’ M relationship between innocent student Anastasia and businessman Christian.

On the other hand, British actresses Emma Watson and Felicity Jones have also been linked to the role, while Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper are said to be in line to play kinky billionaire Christian Grey.

The E.L. James book has sold 65 million copies and is being adapted into a movie by British screenwriter Kelly Marcel, who promises to make it raunchy.

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  posted on Feb 01, 2013
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WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM - “Meridian Hills” is set in 1972 and follows a woman who joins the Junior League in a quest to change the system.

Mila Kunis is heading to The CW. The actress will executive produce Meridian Hills, a drama set in 1972 that explores the women’s liberation movement, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Sydney Sidner (The Rite) will pen the drama and executive produce the CBS Television Studios effort alongside Chris Keyser, Kunis and the Tannenbaum Co.’s Eric and Kim TannenbaumRobot Chicken‘s Lisa Sterbakov, who worked with Kunis on the Adult Swim series, and the Black Swan actress’ managers Cami Curtis and Susan Curtis are also on board to exec produce.

Meridian Hills is set in a boozy Midwest country club in 1972, during an era when the Equal Rights Amendment was just beginning. The drama follows a young, newly married woman who joins the Junior League and discovers an eclectic group of other young women who become unlikely allies in her quest to change the system.

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  posted by Ina
  posted on Nov 17, 2012
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Collider.com – Crash writer/director Paul Haggis is setting up his next project, Third Person, and as always is assembling a nice ensemble.  Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde signed on to star, and The Wrapreports that Mila Kunis has come on board.  Moreover, James Franco and Casey Affleck are in negotiations to join the cast.  Haggis says the story is “about three story lines, three love stories, three relationships in three different cities that combine in a very odd way: New York, Paris, Rome.”  Neeson is a journalist and Wilde is a New York gossip columnist, but details have yet to surface for the other roles.  Haggis and Co. are gearing up to shoot Third Person starting in mid-October with a budget of $28 million financed by Corsan Films.

  posted by Ina
  posted on Aug 22, 2012
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A huge thanks goes to the awesome Nicole for sharing the InStyle Australia & La Femme magazine scans with us. Mila talks otherwise about her childhood, relationships and what it’s like to be public figure.

If you want to donate any kind of scans you can send them and I’ll post them to the site, full credit will be given :).

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Magazine Scans > 2012 >InStyle Australia - August, 2012
Magazine Scans > 2012 > La Femme – September, 2012

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  posted on Aug 13, 2012
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