And yes, as this thumbnail indicates, Angelina Jolie is somewhere on this list.
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Mila Kunis, has joined Paul Haggis' "global romantic drama" Third Person, which follows three storylines set in New York, Paris and Rome with James Franco and Casey Affleck currently in the negotiations phase.
Check out our exclusive Comic-Con video interviews with Oz: The Great and Powerful director Sam Raimi, and witch actors Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams.
Marine Sergeant Scott Moore has a few months before the 2011 Marine Corps Ball to prep for his big date with…Mila Kunis. Moore released an invitation via YouTube to the Friends with Benefits actress over the weekend to be his date to the ball, which she accepted shortly after it was posted. Which begs the question, who would you ask to be your date to the ball?
With half the movie year gone, we decided to take a look back at some of the best and worst films that have hit the big screen so far. Granted, the list below may certainly change between now and the eve of 2012, with studios rolling out Oscar-bait movie and sleeper hits still waiting to be discovered. Let’s take a look at some Razzie-worthy worst movies that have hit the cinemas so far...
With the summer movie season quickly approaching us, studios are starting to crank out trailers almost daily. There are plenty of movies hitting the screen this summer that don't feature Hollywood A-listers with CGI-laden superpowers, although we do get Tom Hanks in his underwear...
Sam Raimi's Wizard of Oz prequel is still going through some changes, as Robert Downey Jr. recently dropped out (with James Franco rumored to replace him). Now, there's word that Mila Kunis may join the film, titled Oz, The Great and Powerful, which will tell the story of the iconic wizard and how he actually wound up becoming the Wizard of Oz.
After making a successful commercial comeback with The Wrestler and subsequently re-igniting the career of one Mickey Rourke, a lot of eyes are on director Darren Aronofsky as he prepares to unveil his latest film, the psychological thriller Black Swan.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been itching for a supernatural ballerina flick. Hot off his indie hit The Wrestler, director Darren Aronofsky is tackling a new film set in the world of ballet called Black Swan. Natalie Portman is already set to star, and now The Hollywood Reporter tells us Mila Kunis is in discussions to join the cast in a pretty interesting role. See, the film...
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"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
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"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
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