Esquire Magazine already named her “Sexiest Woman Alive,” and now Details has taken it a step further, naming Mila Kunis “The Most F*ckable Celebrity.”
The “Oz: The Great and Powerful” star raked 41 percent of the votes based on their online poll, crowning her the winner “of your sexual fantasies,” per Details. Kate Upton follows with 32 percent of the votes and Jennifer Lawrence is right behind with an impressive 27 percent.
But that’s not all — Details also polled their readers about the men they’d like to get down and dirty with and (wait for it … ) everyone’s boyfriend Ryan Gosling beat the rest of mankind with 50 percent of the votes.
I’m sure she’s totally honored to take this win. I mean, who wouldn’t.
Find out why she was voted sexiest by checking out some racy pics after the jump! (more…)
What do you think of Mila’s dress? I’m not a huge fan of the layers, but if anyone could pull it off – it’s her. On the other hand, her hair and makeup is flawless!
‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ lands the cover of two magazines this week (and I’m sure many more to come), and it occurs to me what a huge gamble this movie is. Doing a prequel to such a timeless classic can be an extremely risky thing. Rumor has it Disney spent $200 million on this movie – so what’s it going to be? Huge success – or flop??
Close your eyes and begin listing all of the various characters, dialogue, imagery, creatures, props, sets, and songs you can from The Wizard of Oz. Chances are, it’ll take you about as long to finish as it took Dorothy and her companions to traipse their way to the Emerald City. That’s because the 1939 film is a part of our collective cultural memory, a work of American mythology so fundamental that it permeates our everyday lives. (Don’t believe me? Grab a box of Munchkins from Dunkin Donuts, visit the ruby slippers in the Smithsonian, or watch any one of these movies.)
So how do you go about making a movie that tells the story of what happened before Dorothy’s house flew over the rainbow and landed lickety-splat on the Wicked Witch of the East? Basically, how do you make a prequel to everyone’s childhood? “Very carefully,” says Sam Raimi. The director of the Spider-Man and Evil Dead trilogies was at first extremely hesitant to take on Oz the Great and Powerful—the huge and expensive family film out March 8 that Disney hopes will hit the same sweet spot as 2010′s Alice in Wonderland—for a very simple reason: “The original is my favorite film of all time,” he says. ” I didn’t want it sullied. I didn’t want to be involved in a production that might trade off the goodwill of that film, so I didn’t even want to read the script at first. Luckily I did. And then I realized that it wasn’t at all what I thought.”
Oz the Great and Powerful tells the story of the man who would be wizard. James Franco plays Oscar Diggs (a.k.a. “Oz”), a circus magician who travels via tornado to the land of Oz and meets its denizens, many of whom, like Michelle Williams’ Glinda the Good Witch, we’ve already met. “We tried to think of what made Glinda in the original film, but we didn’t want to lean too heavy-handedly on that,” says Williams on developing her iconic, if slightly loopy, bubble-traveling character. Meanwhile, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis join in as the witches Evanora and Theodora, one of whom ends up as that infamous green crone with the bone-rattling cackle, the Wicked Witch of the West.
Are you going to see it? I have to admit, I’m a bit excited…
Mila Kunis lands the April issue of Marie Claire UK, and she looks absolutely gorgeous! Mila is promoting her new movie, ‘OZ the Great and Powerful.’
The magazine hasn’t released much yet, as far as the interview goes, just a few clips. She does talk about wanting to cut back on work at some point. Maybe when she and Ashton start making babies.
On fame: “To say my life hasn’t changed would be a lie. It has changed, I don’t really know how. I can’t complain, not that I am complaining, but I can’t leave my house as freely as I used to. But I’ve also travelled a lot for work, so that’s changed. I have been very lucky.”
On recovering from near blindness: “I have [one] glass lens. It’s very dramatic. I had it fixed. I did it three years ago maybe four. It’s not that big a deal.”
Does she censor herself? “Lately, more. More. But I’ve always said that it is much easier to be honest than to be caught up in a bunch of lies. At least this way, you know who you are.”
Looking towards the future: “I don’t think I can do this three-movies-a-year thing. It’s too much. There comes a point in your life where you want to be….home. I want to explore other parts of this industry to see what aspects of it I can get myself into, so that I can… work out of home maybe. Like producing. Then I can have, like, a life, in one location.”
I love the pictures that go with this interview. The one below with the rose is beautiful. Her eyes are so beautiful!