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Photos/Video: 2018 People’s Choice Awards

Photos/Video: 2018 People’s Choice Awards

Mila was in attendance last night at the People’s Choice Awards where The Spy Who Dumped Me won best Comedy movie of 2018. She looked beautiful. I’ve added a bunch of photos of her to the gallery. Thanks to my friend Maria for some of the photos.

 

Photos: ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ HD Screencaps + Stills

I’ve added HD screencaps of Mila from her recent film, The Spy Who Dumped Me costarring Sam Heughan and Kate McKinon, to the gallery. I’ve also added additional film stills and replaced smaller versions with larger ones. Be sure to rent or buy the film today. It was so good! Enjoy.

Photos: Mila for ‘Skip’ Magazine 2016

I’ve added some scans of Mila from Skip magazine (Austria) back in 2016. Enjoy!

Photos: ‘Cosmpolitian’ (Sri Lanka) + ‘Total Film’ Magazine Scans

Photos: ‘Cosmpolitian’ (Sri Lanka) + ‘Total Film’ Scans

Mila is on the new issues of Cosmopolitian (Sri Lanka) and Total Film. I’ve added scans to the gallery. Thanks to my friend AliKat for the Total Film scans. Enjoy!

Photos: ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ (1997) Screencaps

Photos: ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ (1997) Screencaps

I’ve added over 200 screencaps of Mila from her appearance in Walker, Texas Ranger back in 1997. Sadly, I don’t believe we will get better screencaps from this event as it is over 20 years old. Big thanks to my friend Kayla for helping me track this episode down. Enjoy the photos!

Also, you can now access the website through mila-kunis.org as well as milakunis.org.

Photos: Television Guest Role Screencaps – Part 2

Photos: Television Guest Role Screencaps – Part 2

In honor of Mila’s birthday this week (TODAY!) I’ve added more screencaps of Mila’s television guest roles from the mid-90’s. The quality of a lot of these screencaps aren’t the best because the projects are so old, but they are better than nothing. I’ve also added screencaps to a featurette of The Spy Who Dumped Me and a couple of scans thanks to my friend Mary. This is part 2 of 2 in the television guest role updates. I’ll add more photos later this week to round out Mila’s birthday celebration. Enjoy!

Photos: Television Guest Role Screencaps – Part 1

Photos: Television Guest Role Screencaps – Part 1

In honor of Mila’s birthday this week (August 14th!) I’ve started to ask screencaps of Mila’s television guest roles including roles as early as the mid-90’s. The quality of a lot of these screencaps aren’t the best because the projects are so old, but they are better than nothing. I will replace them in the future if I ever come across better quality ones. This is part 1 of 2 in the television guest role updates, so enjoy!

Photos: ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ + Photo Session Additions

Photos: ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ + Photo Session Additions

I’ve added a handful of missing photos to the gallery from The Spy Who Dumped Me, Bad Moms 2, and a 2011 photo session. Enjoy the new additions.

I’m working on getting photos up from her tv guest roles.

Press: Mila Kunis and Sam Heughan on their killer secret-agent spoof The Spy Who Dumped Me

‘It was a mess for poor Sam’

Like a deer in headlights – that’s how Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon take to international espionage in hilarious new action comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me.

When Audrey (Mila) discovers her ex-boyfriend (Justin Theroux) was a CIA agent, she and bestie Morgan (Kate) become entangled in a conspiracy.

With assassins out to get them, they’re on the run and forced to become spies themselves – only they’re not quite as suave or savvy as 007.

Here, TV WEEK talks to Mila, 34, and co-star Sam Heughan, 38, whose character, a charming British agent, spills the beans on Audrey’s duplicitous ex.

TV WEEK: When it comes to spies, 007 is obviously the master. How do you both stack up against James Bond?

Sam: Obviously, the film has a nod to past Bond movies. I’m glad I got to put on the tux, because I’ve always wanted to play James Bond and be in that world. The stakes are high and there’s real danger in the film. But then the girls come in and blow it all apart with laughs!

Mila: Kate and I play circumstantial spies, so it’s more like how it would be if I or my best friend were thrown into this situation in real life, and this is how it would go down. We don’t have a special magical watch that pops up and turns into a parachute – and that’s what makes it more fun. It’s without the magical realism of Jason Bourne [from the Bourne trilogy] or 007.

Sam, unlike Mila, you’re not exactly famous for your comedy chops – no offence! Were you nervous to go up against such funny women?

S: Outlander is a drama, so to be standing opposite Kate from Saturday Night Live and Mila, who I’ve watched in so many great films, was terrifying. From the first take, Mila and Kate improvised and talked nonsense, so I had a big learning curve to understand that way of working in the comedy world.

M: If Kate is speaking, then she’s improvising, so we’d go off the script a lot. It was a mess for poor Sam, who came from a strict way of working with a script – but he kept up really well.

You all sound so supportive. Spill the beans: did you really get along this well on set too?

M: I was a fan of Kate going into this. The bonus was she ended up becoming a really good friend. Sometimes, you meet people you admire and they aren’t always what you want them to be. It was lovely to discover Kate exceeds all expectations.

S: At the core of this movie are two strong women who have become great friends, and they really brought that to the screen as well. In the story, my character is trying to look after them, but they’re more likely to save him. It was great to be part of this strong female cast.

Mila, you have two little ones with your hubby Ashton Kutcher. What’s one thing you miss about life pre-kids?

M: Now I have children [daughter Wyatt, three, and son Dimitri, one], spontaneity has gone out the window. Ashton and I joke that we used to be able to travel with only a T-shirt in a backpack. Now, we have a Pack ‘n Play [baby device] and a suitcase full of diapers! But I’ve been lucky with my past two projects, Bad Moms and this film. I worked with people who understood that I didn’t want to leave my kids for too long.

Mila, be honest: were you an Outlander fan before you met Sam? And did his sex-symbol status have anything to do with you taking on this movie?

M: I’m new to the whole Outlander world. I had no idea there was this massive fan base lusting after Sam without his shirt on! [Laughs] Kate started watching it while we were shooting the film and she ended up becoming the biggest Sam fan on the planet. We were both sad there was a lot less sexy time in our film!

The Spy Who Dumped Me is in cinemas August 9th.
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Press/Photos/Videos: ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ – Master Post

I originally wanted to open the site before Friday but it didn’t happen that way so I missed a lot of The Spy Who Dumped Me press. I’ve made a master post though with quick links to photos and videos of Mila doing press so you can see them all in one place. Enjoy!

Videos

2018: Jimmy Fallon – Clip #1 | Clip #2 | Clip #3
2018: Sunday Today – Clip #1
2018: The Today Show – Clip #1 | Clip #2
2018: James Cordon – Clip #1 | Clip #2
2018: Ellen – Clip #1
2018: Ryan and Kelly – Clip #1
2018: Glamour Magazine – Clip #1
2018: Wired – Clip #1
2018: Marie Claire – Clip #1
2018: Cosmopolitian – Clip #1
2018: Extra – Clip #1
2018: Entertainment Tonight – Clip #1
2018: Google – Clip #1
2018: Fox32 – Clip #1
2018: Access Hollywood – Clip #1
2018: Movie Roar – Clip #1