3 years ago today Mila Kunis Web was launched with very little ambitions.
Since then we’ve grown up so much thanks to the most amazing fandom anyone can imagine. Looking back who could have guessed that this site can gain enormous popularity as big as it has. It has truly been a wonderful experience for us and there’s not enough words to express our thanks to all of you.
Thank you for supporting the site by your visits and almost daily donations. Our gallery has become the largest on the internet. We’re grateful to all our twitter followers for creating such a wonderful online place for us. As well as every person who ever got involved in our site improvement. And last, but certainly not least – biggest thanks to Mila for being our true inspiration. We love you all!
Cheers to another one!
Third Person – premiered at 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, picked up by Sony Pictures Classics and delayed until 2014.
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn – acquired by Lionsgate with its own theatrical/VOD specialty release in 2014
Blood Ties – premiered at Cannes and TIFF, released in France on October 30, 2013, now waiting for 2014 US release under Lionsgate distribution
Tar – previously slated for the 1st of December, the movie has been pushed back to 2014!
We have added one additional EW Portrait taken during Comic Con in 2012. Check it out by clicking on thumbnail below!
Photocalls & Press Conferences > 2012 – Comic Con “Day 1″ (EW Portrait)
Lionsgate has acquired The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, a film starring Robin Williams as a man who finds out he only has 90 minutes to live.
Written by Daniel Taplitz and directed by Phil Alden Robinson, the film also stars Mila Kunis, Melissa Leo, Peter Dinklage and Hamish Linklater. Landscape Entertainment’s Bob Cooper and Tyler Mitchell produced the film with Daniel J. Walker of Force Majeure. The film was financed by MICA Entertainment and Vedette Finance. Cargo Entertainment is handling foreign sales; WME brokered the domestic deal.
Shot on location in Brooklyn, NY last fall, The Angriest Man in Brooklyn follows a man (Williams) who is told by his doctor Dr. Sharon Gill (Kunis) that he only has 90 minutes to live. He storms out of the hospital, panics and races through Brooklyn in an attempt to right all of the wrongs in his life. His doctor, meanwhile, scrambles to find him and get him into surgery.
Lionsgate is planning a day and date theatrical/VOD specialty release, according to the announcement.
“We are thrilled that Lionsgate has come aboard for The Angriest Man in Brooklyn,” says Robinson. “The film features incredible performances by Robin and Mila and a great supporting cast. We cannot wait to share it with audiences across the country. The film pushes us all to face the hypothetical question, “What is important in your life? What is important to you?”
The film, featuring a cast led by Liam Neeson, Kim Basinger and Adrien Brody, had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired U.S., German and Scandinavian rights to Third Person, written and directed by Paul Haggis.
Featuring a cast that includes Liam Neeson, Kim Basinger, Adrien Brody, James Franco, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis and Maria Bello, Third Person takes place in three cities — Paris, Rome and New York — and tells three seemingly unconnected tales.
“Paul Haggis is one of our great movie storytellers and Third Person is one of his best works featuring an exceptional cast led by Liam Neeson (also at his best). We are excited to bring Third Person to American audiences,” Sony Pictures Classics said in a statement included in the announcement.
Michael Nozik of Hwy61 and Haggis produced the film, along with Paul Breuls of Corsan, which also financed the movie and is selling at AFM.
Third Person had its world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
Sony Pictures Classics, CAA and Paradigm negotiated the deal.
Portraits & Photocalls > 2013 – THR “TIFF Special” (F. Maltese)
First official trailer for The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (starring Mila Kunis, Robin Williams, Melissa Leo, Peter Dinklage…) has surfaced online. And we couldn’t be more thrilled/excited about this thoughtful, dramatic and edifying story.
Henry Altmann, angry as usual, wakes up with a splitting headache and rushes to the hospital. Unfortunately, he is told that his doctor has left early for vacation and that a new doctor, Sharon, will be seeing him. Sharon is in a bit of a tailspin as well ever since her beloved cat, Harold, committed suicide by jumping out her apartment window. When Sharon meets Henry, he berates her until, in exasperation, she tells him that he probably has only 90 minutes to live. In an attempt to get his affairs in order, and clear his conscience, Henry, who’s now loose on the streets of Brooklyn, tries to right all of the wrongs he’s done in his life to his wife Beth, his son, and his brother Aaron. Meanwhile, Sharon, realizing her mistake, is desperately trying to find Henry before it is too late.
The official trailer for Tar, starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Jessica Chastain, Zach Braff etc, has been released via Spotlight Pictures. Tar, previously screened at 2012 Rome International Film Festival, is set to be released later this year – on December 1st.
TAR is based on Pulitzer prize-winning poet CK Williams’ collection of the same name. Collectively written and directed by twelve filmmakers, the film blends together adaptations of twelve of the poems to create a poetic road trip through CK William’s life. The film takes us on a journey through several decades of American life from CK’s childhood and adolescence in Detroit in the 1940s and 50s to the early 1980s: CK (James Franco) and his wife Catherine (Mila Kunis) are married with their son Jed (name of actor). CK prepares for a reading of Tar in New York City, and spends his nights struggling to write new poems, haunted by memories of his past. As CK drives to his reading in New York City, he remembers central moments of his life: we come to experience and understand both his relationship to love and loss, and how he found his calling as a poet through the women in his life. The film takes us back and forth between past and present, punctuated by voice-over from CK Williams’ poems, recreating the experience of memory and exploring how the fragments of one’s man life can be turned into poetic expression: his loving relationship to his mother (Jessica Chastain), his first sexual experiences as a teenager (Henry Hopper), his first love (Nina Ljeti) and the struggle to preserve a form of innocence and wonder, the illness and loss of a close friend (Zach Braff), and finally his life together with Catherine.