Wednesday, 19 January 2011

[429] Mila Kunis Interview

As expected, Mila Kunis was both utterly charming and pretty damn cool. However, after yesterday's controversial, scooperiffic interview with Darren Aronofsky, it's a bit of a step down. Thankfully, I edited out the bit where she referred to Max Payne as a 'first-person shooter'. I'd like to think she owes me one - those geeks would have eaten her alive.

Best known for her long-term roles in Family Guy and That 70s Show, and turning heads in films such as Max Payne and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Mila Kunis' appearance in Black Swan has opened her up to a new kind of attention.

Her performance as Lily, the extroverted, ambiguously-drawn rival to Natalie Portman's ballerina, bagged her the Marcello Mastroianni Award at the Venice Film Festival, as well as a Supporting Actress nomination at the Golden Globes.

Back at the London Film Festival, we sat in on a roundtable interview with Kunis, chatting about the odd circumstances which led her to
Black Swan, the enduring appeal of Family Guy, and where she sees her career going in the future.

Read the full article here.

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