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And isn’t it nice to see these two in love, far from the clutches of people like Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes? Isn’t it nice to be able to talk about pure, unadulterated joy instead of pure, unadulterated inebriation? I sure think so.
These photos were taken just yesterday, and they feature Mila and Ashton kissing, holding hands, cuddling, and walking along like there’s not a pissed-off estranged wife lurking in dark corners, just waiting for Mila to get her first wrinkle.
Isn’t love grand, guys?
September 18, 2012 at 9:30 am by Sarah
5I’m Just Going to Leave These Photos of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s Totally Friendly Hand-Holding Vacation Right Here For You Guys, OK?
Hey, look! Remember how I told you guys that these two were going away on some tropical vacation together? Because they did, and here’s a few pictures to prove it. Also, they’re holding hands. I don’t care how long you’ve been friends, you don’t generally go ’round holding hands with someone that you’ve spoken out against so vehemently about not dating. Because Mila Kunis, shut up already. We know that you’re in a relationship of sorts with Ashton Kutcher. Can we just go on to avoiding the interview questions that assume you guys are together? Because denying these things … well, it’s just starting to look silly all over the place, now, isn’t it?
Can we just get these two at a red carpet event together already? Because, despite the fact that I pretty much abhor Ashton Kutcher and everything he stands for, I’m still a That 70′s Show closet fan at heart, and I positively love this pairing. I also think that if these two were to hit up a red carpet event already, the world would be aghast at so much physical beauty in two people—two people who also happen to be boning. One another.
August 8, 2012 at 7:30 am by Sarah
From Page Six:
Ashton Kutcher has whisked Mila Kunis on a romantic vacation to Bali, Page Six can reveal. The actor, still going through a divorce with Demi Moore, has taken Kunis to a five-star resort on Bali’s southern peninsula. Suites include wooden four-poster beds, a sunken indoor bathtub and ultra-private pools.
Sources tell us the pair, who met 14 years ago while starring on “That ’70s Show” together, are now making no secret of their romance despite earlier attempts to stay out of the public eye.
One source said, “Ashton was Mila’s first kiss while on ‘That ’70s Show,’ so they’ve always had a special bond. They started dating in the spring, and things have recently become more serious.”
Aww. Fourteen years. Fourteen years these guys have been in lust with one another, and pretending to be in lust with one another, and actually in lust with one another. Isn’t it just fitting that, after all of this time and Demi Moore stuff and cheating with girls who have pretty nice boobs, these two would end up together in sunken tubs in Bali? Because if you took all of the squickiness away from this situation, and from Ashton Kutcher‘s taking-himself-way-too-serious thing that he does so well, then you’d have a pretty cute couple, here, guys. But alas, that’s not the case, and it’s kind of squicky and weird and definitely off-putting because we know just how seriously Ashton Kutcher takes himself. Because BALI. What’s next, kisses atop the Eiffel Tower? A proposal written in the sky by a plane? This is SERIOUS, y’all.
August 1, 2012 at 4:30 pm by Sarah
Now that we have this out of the way, I can tell you—this is Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis sucking face and generally grinding all over one another at the wrap party for that Steve Jobs movie, in which Ashton Kutcher plays the role of late Steve Jobs.
Nothing to see here, folks (except what’s in the gallery). Let’s just keep the line moving, shall we?
July 23, 2012 at 6:30 am by Sarah
1WATCH THIS: The ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ Trailer is Here and James Franco’s Head Did Not Dominate, Thankfully
But don’t take it from me—take it from Sam Raimi, who’s (Sam Raimi is a demigod in some circles, being that he was the mastermind behind ‘Evil Dead’, which, if you haven’t seen it, GO NOW) directing the flick. From the movie’s Comic Con panel:
Sam Raimi on ‘Oz’: “This is a very straightforward family picture. I would say it’s a very classically Disney type of movie. It’s all about these characters and their interactions with each other, the friendships they make. How some characters are sinners, how they hurt others, how those sins can grow. It’s about finally recognizing the things you do in this world have consequences, and how to be the best person you can be is really the story of this film. That’s the most exciting kind of story for me, the ones that have character growth, and I think James Franco’s character has a little bit of character growth in this film.”
Mila Kunis on working with Sam Raimi: “Listen, Sam is fantastic. I don’t know where to begin. I would do craft service for Sam if he asked me to.”
Michelle Williams on Sam Raimi, also: “I had never made a movie like this before. I’ve never made such a big movie before. I didn’t know what it was going to be like. I didn’t know if the things that concern me, Sam would have time for, or patience for. Not only did he have time and patience in the beginning when we were rehearsing, he had patience for them on the 17th hour of the sixth day. For me it was a very holistic experience; it was a real melding of my work life and my personal life. My film family and my real family.”
Raimi, on James Franco: “He’s a great collaborator. James was much less collaborative when I first worked with him. He was a real serious actor, I think he still had his James Dean hat on; he was doing it his way. I worked with him with certain limitations. We couldn’t communicate about everything as deeply as we did on this picture. [In this movie] there was a great sense of openness, collaboration, and patience. Now that James is a filmmaker, he understands all the things that go into a shot. He’s developed that patience.”
On the flying monkeys in ‘The Wizard of Oz’, and whether they will have a part in ‘Oz’: “The teaser they showed today, the Wicked Witch has an army of flying baboons. We’re actually still developing them, but the teaser demanded that they come out right now. There is also a flying monkey in the story, different than the baboons, a nice flying monkey, so don’t worry.”
On whether the book Wicked was thrown around in the idea of developing this movie: “No. We were just using Baum’s books as a road map. We stayed with the thesis: who is that guy behind the curtain?”
So. Are we all in agreement that this movie’s going to be pretty darn fabulous? Because duh, it is.
July 13, 2012 at 9:30 am by Sarah
It’s funny that we were just talking about Mila this past weekend and the potential that she’s dating Ashton Kutcher (well, no, I guess it’s not all that funny or uncommon or anything, because we *are* a celebrity gossip site on which we *do* gossip about celebrities) because look oh look—there’s another Mila Kunis interview in which she defends her “hanging out” with Ashton Kutcher and claims that she’s definitely, definitely not doing anything that’s not on the up-and-up with him. Ha. Up-and-up. HA.
Here’s Mila‘s latest interview with Elle, where it’s pretty much more of the same—”I’m not sexy,” “I’m not dating Ashton Kutcher,” “I’m socially awkward,” and of course, the obligatory, “I don’t even try.” Check it out!
On what she does to get ready for public:
“How much effort do I make? Well, I had a shower… before I came here! I apologise that I didn’t bother to wash my hair. I am really, honestly, not good at sexy.”
On forgetting who she really is:
“There’s a part of me that wants to be like everybody else and just adopt a persona that I think people would like. But I am who I am. I’m too lazy to try to be something that I’m not and that’s the truth. Otherwise, I would be perfect and sweet and ladylike and all the things that I want people to perceive me as. You lose all sense of yourself in that process, though. All these actresses constantly playing the part of themselves; they end up forgetting who they really are. I didn’t realise how many people go on talk shows and act a certain way, then you meet them and you’re like ‘What?’ As though it’s two different people, day and night. Aren’t you exhausted doing that for a living?”
On being famous:
“I want someone to tell my why I should play the game. I would get where I want to be easier and faster, but I think I would lose all respect for myself and I would lose all sense of reality. What’s the point of doing that? To try and play the game makes no sense to me because I don’t even understand what the hell the game is. Why bother? Because, at the end of the day, what is it that I’m fighting for? Fame, money, recognition… these are all things that make me sick.”
On celebrity—in case that last quote wasn’t clear enough for y’all:
“I don’t need this attention to be happy. It’s actually a whole industry of rejection. People want the shiny stuff that comes with the job, but it can be rough. That’s the truth; I’m just the first to say it. It’s important that what I do and who I am are not the same thing.”
On why she never talked about Macaulay Culkin:
“Being settled so young really helped. You know, I wouldn’t take anything back in my life, not one thing. I think it all shaped me to be who I am today. There are things people know about, and there are things that the press doesn’t know about, and everything that did occur 100 percent shaped who I am. My ex-boyfriend, my family, my friends, everybody… The reason I’m able to have relationships is because I don’t talk about it.”
On Ashton Ktcher:
“We hang out. We’ve known each other for 15 years. We have mutual friends. We’re comfortable with one another. That’s it, there’s no crazy love story, nothing more. I am very private and I’ve never commented on my personal life… I really am single. I don’t go out because when I do, everybody sees me. It’s not like I’m having illicit rendezvous because there’s no such thing as secret in my life. And by the way, Justin Timberlake is one of my best friends, to this day, okay? Friends, nothing else!”