According to Vulture, director Sam Raimi and tenatative wizard Franco approached Kunis for the part of Theodorah, the younger sister of Evanorah who eventually becomes the Wicked Witch of the West. After their meeting, Kunis was agreed upon as perfect for the part, so much so that based on her involvement, Franco officially agreed to do the picture
Oz: The Great and Powerful tells the origin story of Oz (James Franco) and Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, Evanorah, the Wicked Witch of the East, and her sister, Theodorah, the Wicked Witch of the West (Mila Kunis).
Mila Kunis reportedly left the live-action adaptation of Akira to star in Oz: The Great and Powerful. The actress recently met with director Sam Raimi and James Franco, who both agreed she would be perfect for the part. It was Mila Kunis’ commitment to the project that lead James Franco to come aboard.
Sam Raimi will direct from a screenplay by David Lindsay-Abaire. Shooting will begin this June at Walt Disney Studios.
Oz: The Great and Powerful comes to theaters in 2013 and stars James Franco, Mila Kunis. The film is directed by Sam Raimi.
Another scans of Cosmopolitan have been uploaded. Check out 6 high-res magazine scans of Russian Cosmo for March 2011. If If you like to donate more scans of Cosmo featuring Mila from all over the world please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Your donation will be welcomed and you will be credited by your name or your site. Thank you!
Finally, 4 outtakes of Cosmopolitan Magazine, photographed by Cliff Watts have been uploaded. I adore these photos, so hope you will enjoy them. If you like to donate any photoshoot of Mila please email us at email@example.com Your donation will be welcomed and you will be credited by your name or your site. Thank you!
Photoshoots from 2011 > Cliff Watts (Cosmopolitan)
As I promised, 4 scans from Cosmopolitan South Africa (March 2011) have been added. On the interview Mila speaks candidly about her tough upbringing, health issues, happiness, and, of course, that oh-so-steamy sex scene with Black Swan co-star Natalie Portman. You can take a look to the gallery clicking by the thumbnails below.
Check out 5 new Cosmopolitan covers featuring Mila, reprinted all over the world. Includes: Kazakhstan (March 2011), Latvia (February 2011), Russia (March 2011), Slovenija (February 2011) and Ukraine (March 2011). I guess, Mila will be covers another Cosmo magazines very soon. Stay tuned for exclusive scans
Magazine Scans from 2011 > Cosmopolitan Russia (March 2011)
Magazine Scans from 2011 > Cosmopolitan Kazakhstan (March 2011)
Magazine Scans from 2011 > Cosmopolitan Latvia (February 2011)
Magazine Scans from 2011 > Cosmopolitan Slovenija (February 2011)
Magazine Scans from 2011 > Cosmopolitan Ukraine (March 2011)
New images from February 11, 2011 of Mila was spotted out at Studio City. She grabs Starbucks with a few of her guys friends. Take a look to the gallery for 28 high and medium quality candids.
We have added as first exclusive high quality magazine scans (including cover and editorial) of W Magazine (March 2011). You can check them out in our gallery or clicking on the thumbnails below. Enjoy it!
Magazine Scans from 2011 > W Magazine (March 2011)
In Lynn Hirschberg’s Screen Tests interview Mila describes the culture shock of moving to the United States from Ukraine at age seven (and a half), her mystifying guest role on Baywatch and why the rigorous training for Black Swan was worth every minute. Watch the video interview below.
Mila Kunis, the Ukrainian-born star of “Black Swan,” talks about coming to America—and why she’ll never dance again
Lynn Hirschberg: In Black Swan, you play the wild-child devil girl. You’re both seductive and scary. Had you danced before you took the part?
Mila Kunis: I had never danced in my life. I trained for four months, seven days a week, five hours a day. I had one day off on my birthday. I lost 20 pounds. I tore a ligament. I dislocated my shoulder. I have two scars on my back. And it was worth every minute.
But I will never dance again. I’m a strong believer in mind over matter, but I didn’t fully understand what that meant until this production. I was like, Well—I wear heels; I can do this. I was wrong: Christian Louboutins are uncomfortable, but I screamed the first time I put on a pointe shoe.
You have previously been known for comedy. Do you think it’s difficult for women to be considered both beautiful and funny in Hollywood?
I was never raised to think that I was pretty. It’s not that I was raised to think I was unattractive, but it was just never something that was pointed out to me by my family. They would point out personality traits—“Our daughter is really quirky”—versus what I look like, because inevitably, looks go, so it makes no difference.