Wath 3 videos of Mila’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, she talks about watching sports, working with James Franco and being against men saying “We are pregnant“. More coming up soon!
Besides the movie premiere Mila attended the after party for the APJ Special Screening of Third Person.
Mila Kunis is among the guests scheduled to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night. The special-edition episodes, in conjunction with the NBA Finals, air in primetime every night of the NBA Finals beginning with Game 1 on Thursday, June 5 on ABC.
This will be 2nd NBA special for Mila, as she previously appeared on the show with Mark Wahlberg in 2012.
Mila attended the premiere of Sony Picture Classics’ ‘Third Person’ at Linwood Dunn Theater at the Pickford Center for Motion Study on June 9, 2014. She was joined on the red carpet by her co-stars Maria Bello, Moran Atias and director Paul Haggis.
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HQ scans of Total Film magazine in our gallery. Read their exclusive interview with the cast and producers of Jupiter Ascending below. Warning: Spoiler alerts!
Mila Kunis plays Jupiter Jones, a lowly housecleaner on Earth (Chicago, to be exact) who learns she possesses the genetic legacy to become the queen of the universe when the matriarch of the House of Abrasax, ruler of all known life, dies. Scooped up from her menial, meaningless life by Channing Tatum’s genetically engineered ex-military hunter Caine, she sets about claiming her inheritance…but Abrasax siblings Balem, Kalique and Titus (Eddie Redmayne, Tuppence Middleton and Douglas Booth) aren’t about to let the crown slip from their grubby fingers without an almighty fight involving spaceships, pounded-to-powder architecture and, er, rollerblades (more of which later).
“Jupiter’s not a superhero, she’s your average, everyday girl who, due to her DNA, inherits a power,” explains a kohl-eyed Kunis, a self-confessed Star Trek nut who nabbed the part after Natalie Portman was originally linked with it. Sat next to Channing Tatum on a white leather sofa in a spacious LA studio, she’s dressed in a smart black trousers, a sheer cream top and 6inch heels, her sharp outfit not matched by her tongue whatever some journalists might have written in the past. She’s confident, yes, opinionated, sure, and talks in a surprisingly loud voice, but it’s doubtful anyone would mistake her dauntless refusal to be media-trained for an acidic attitude if she was a male star.
“She’s a twentysomething who’s complacent in life,” she continues. “She’s lazy, doesn’t really know what she wants to do. She doesn’t like her job but she’s not trying to do anything else. She thinks that she’s lame. No aspirations. Then in comes Channing’s character, who introduces her to her destiny…” Read More…