According to the April 2013 issue of Details, our celebrity sexual fantasies are dominated by Ryan Gosling and Mila Kunis. No surprise there. I get it. All these people are thoroughly fuckable. I’m just wondering how Bradley Cooper eeked his way onto there. Has nobody seen those pictures of him getting a perm? See a larger version here. [Boy Culture]
Mila Kunis is has starred in several of our favorite movies and TV shows. Of late, you can catch her in “Oz the Great and Powerful” playing Theodora, one of the three witches James Franco’s wizard characters encounters. But aside from her obvious beauty, and talent for picking some of the most fun and entertaining projects around, there’s a ton of other reasons why we love Mila. Check out our oh-so-crucial crush list after the jump and tell us why you’re a fan in the comments!
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Meet Chris Stark. Chris Stark is a BBC reporter who has never interviewed a celebrity before. The BBC asked Chris Stark to interview Mila Kunis about “Oz The Great and Powerful.” Chris Stark cannot play it cool in front of Mila Kunis to save his life. Mila Kunis is very nice about it. Very, very nice about it. [BBC Radio1]
Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams were the absolute cutest at the European premiere of “Oz: The Great And Powerful,” held in London. The pair clasped hands for their requisite portraits — I’d like to think that Weisz is counseling Williams through her breakup with Jason Segal. Oh also, Mila Kunis was there and she looked amazing, too.
Hey, check out the cast of “Oz the Great and Powerful” at the Russian premiere in Moscow! Mila Kunis looks gorgeous, and let me tell you, I am so relieved. For a second there I was concerned that Ashton had siphoned all the pretty out of her and was using it for his own black magic purposes. But here she is, looking lovely as ever, in a slightly labial frock. And then there’s post-breakup Michelle Williams, all gamine and fabulous as always — I just love a good collared dress.
Anyway, speaking of “Oz the Great and Powerful,” we’ve got an exclusive video introduction to the movie’s main characters, Oscar Diggs (James Franco), Glinda (Michelle Williams), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) and Theodora (Mila Kunis), after the jump! Keep reading »
“Just because one person online says you’re fat or ugly or tall or short, that doesn’t make it true. It’s one person who’s got nothing better to do. And it’s the same for the one person who says you are beautiful, stunning, whatever. Skinny. Anything positive that is said that you are wanting to read, you should accept the negative because they go hand in hand. I would rather not accept anything. And it makes no difference.”
Mila Kunis has an interesting approach to dealing with public commentary on her looks — she doesn’t let the good or the bad make much of an impression on her. So while she says that being named the Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire is “nice,” ultimately she doesn’t care what people are saying about her. Fair enough! [The Sun UK]