Mila Kunis, sexiest woman alive

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis was born on August 14, 1983 in Kiev, which was then in the Soviet Union but is now Ukraine.

Her best role was as ballet dancer Lily in Black Swan (2010).

Mila is the sexiest woman alive, says Esquire magazine.

watch her crazy interview with James Stark of the BBC.

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Mila Kunis

Mila recently had a great interview with a reporter called Chris Stark from the BBC's Scott Mills show.

he starts off in the vein of 'Idiot Abroad', breaking all the rules of professional interviewing, rambling about beer and soccer, and ignoring Kunis' latest movie.

Mila plays along but her PR personis not amused, asking her to talk about the movie, which she does after rolling her eyes.

See the Stark interview here.

Best movies: Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008), Date Night (2010); Black Swan (2010);

Worst movies: American Psycho II: All American Girl (2002); Moving McAllister (2007); Max Payne (2008).

Armand Whyte's opinion: There are so many beautiful faces and lithe bodies whose sole Hollywood role in move after movie is as the hot girlfriend. Mila Kunis completed her internship for that role on television's That 70s Show. But as Lily in Black Swan, she broke the mold and rewrote the script, giving us something deeper, darker, and sexier.

On preparing for her role as Lily in Black Swan: It was three months of training beforehand. I was not a ballet dancer. You can only fake so much physicality, so you have to immerse yourself in this world, in the way that somebody walks, talks and handles themselves. So, it was three months of training, seven days a week, four or five hours a day, before production started, and then during production it was pretty much exactly the same.

On working with Darren Aronofsky: He’s a brilliant director. It’s a rarity when you come across somebody that you trust so much, where you can just immerse yourself in a role and feel like there’s a safety net underneath you, in case you fall. I always looked at Darren as a safety net, and he was absolutely great.

On her sex scene with Natalie Portman: Anytime you do any intimate scene on film, it’s going to be a little uncomfortable, whether it’s the same sex or the opposite sex. The great thing about this is that Natalie and I were actually lucky enough to be friends prior to production, which made it all a lot easier. We didn’t really discuss it very much. We just kind of did it. It made sense for the character. It wasn’t put in for shock value. It wasn’t something that we needed to justify in our heads, as to why we were doing it.

Best Mila Kundis movies: Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Unrated Widescreen Edition), Black Swan [Blu-ray].


By Armand Whyte


By Athina Simonidou