Mila stops by a jewelry store

New candids of Mila leaves the gym then stops by a jewelry store on Melrose, earlier today. 25 high quality photos have been added. Take a look to the gallery or thumbnails below!

Candids from 2012 > Mila leaves the gym then stops by a jewelry store on Melrose (April 19)

HQ pics of “The Late Late Show”

5 high quality official press photos of Mila’s episode from The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson have been added. Check them out below and above. Do not forget, episode will air on May 14th!

Appearances from 2012 > The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (Press Photos) – May 14

Mila picking up a drinks from Starbucks

Another set of candids from yesterday. Mila was seen picking up a few drinks from Starbucks in West Hollywood. Check out 9 high quality pics below & in our gallery.

Candids from 2012 > Mila seen picking up a few drinks from Starbucks in West Hollywood (April 18)

Mila leaves the gym & nail salon in LA

Earlier today, Mila was spotted leaving the gym with her trainer and then gets her nails done in LA. Take a look at 25 high-res photos in our gallery. More soon

Edit: Added 15 more HQ´s

Candids from 2012 > Mila leaves the gym with her trainer then gets her nails done in LA (April 18)

“Craig Ferguson“ Show Special

Remember Mila’s visit in Scotland with Craig Ferguson? They were taped a special episode of The Late Late Show and now you can check out first official press photos of the show. Take a look!

The Scotland-born host of The Late Late Show taped a week of episodes in his motherland, to air the week of May 14. Here, he dons some local color with guest Mila Kunis. “Those are jeggings that we got from a Middle Eastern tourist shop next to Edinburgh Castle,” he says. “They’re from the ladies’ department.”

Appearances from 2012 > The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (Press Photos) – May 14

Mila discusses ‘Ted’, ‘Oz’ and the joys of ‘poo-fart’ humor

If you’ve seen the hilarious (and very R-rated) red-band trailer for Seth MacFarlane’s first feature film, Ted (out July 13), you have some idea of what kind of craziness you’re in for with this talking-teddy-bear comedy. Mark Wahlberg stars as a guy whose stuffed bear (voiced and motion-capture acted by MacFarlane) magically came to life when he was a kid, then just…stuck around. They’re still best pals, but the bear — now a foul-mouthed, pot-smoking layabout — is starting to get in the way of his life. EW recently talked to Mila Kunis, who plays Wahlberg’s character’s put-upon girlfriend, about the movie, as well as next year’s much-anticipated, Sam Raimi-directed Wizard of Oz prequel, Oz: The Great and Powerful, in which she plays a witch.

Kunis is the voice of Meg Griffin on Family Guy, and she and MacFarlane have collaborated for years. But don’t expect their previous work to trickle into Ted: Kunis’ character is decidedly un-Meg-like. “She’s nothing like Meg,” Kunis says with a laugh. “I don’t know how many characters really are exactly like Meg. My character’s got her life together. She’s got a pretty great job. She wants Mark’s character to kind of grow up and man up and be with her. She’s a woman in her late 20s who knows what she wants out of life and desperately wants her boyfriend to be in her life with her in the same way.”

MacFarlane fans eager to experience his humor undiluted by the constraints of TV will probably not be disappointed. “I’d say it’s as R-rated as R-rated can get,”says Kunis. “I mean, MacFarlane’s truly one of the smartest people you’ll ever meet, but that man can do his poo-fart jokes like no other. If I remember correctly, it’s ridiculous. Like, Sincerely. Just. Ridiculous. It is really raunchy. It’s MacFarlane’s humor, so it’s very smart, but also very lowbrow.” Was there one scene that was so over-the-top she had trouble getting through it with a straight face? “Yes, but I can’t give it away,” she says. “All I’m going to say is it has to do with poop. I was crying, I was laughing so hard.”

Acting opposite an absent stuffed animal — the bear was added digitally in post-production — wasn’t as strange as it could have been. “It took maybe a little to get used to, but it wasn’t as uncomfortable as one would assume,” says Kunis. “MacFarlane recorded [the bear's voice] live-action with us. So as weird as it is to sometimes act against nothing, you did hear MacFarlane either in your ear or next to you all the time. I think it might have been stranger for Mark, because he had fighting sequences and wrestling sequences with the bear. That must have been a little funnier.”

Shooting a CG-heavy movie turned out to be good training for Oz: the Great and Powerful, which also stars James Franco, Michelle Williams, and Rachel Weisz and is due out in March of 2013. “Oh, my gosh, it was amazing,” she says. “I don’t even know where to begin. Going from Ted to Oz was great, because I got to work with imaginary, inamimate objects. In Ted I practiced that, so by the time I went into Oz it wasn’t so hard to envision things going on around you. But it was great. Working with Sam Raimi is unlike anything I’ve done in my life. He’s so creative and so incredibly passionate and detail oriented. He so trusts the actors who he hires and has so much passion for every character, for every nuance of the project. He loves film, loves creating movies. He just loves the experience, and it makes you love the experience that much more.”So what will the finished movie be like? “I couldn’t even tell you, because I myself have absolutely no idea. I just remember shooting it and thinking it was just truly magical. So if in the process I was mesmerized, I can’t even imagine what it’s going to look like afterward.”

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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