Mila’s on the cover of W mag looking fabulous as usual and in the interview she talks about growing up on That 70s Show, and her first kiss, and her reluctance to marry, until Ashton asked for her hand.
“I never wanted to get married. From the age of 12, I prepared my parents for no marriage,” the engaged mom-to-be told W magazine in an interview for its August issue. “Then things changed — I found the love of my life. Now my theory on weddings is: Don’t invite anyone. Do it privately and secretly. My parents are okay with that. They’re just excited that I said yes.”
“We all get movie star crushes,” she shared with the mag. “I’m marrying mine.”
Kutcher wasn’t just Kunis’ crush, though — he was also her first kiss. The two initially met as costars on That ’70s Show back in 1998, when the actress was just 14 or 15 years old. “My first real kiss ever was with him on the show,” she recalled to W. “And when That ’70s Show had a prom, my date for the prom turned out to be my fiance. We can honestly say that we went to prom together.”
That ’70s Show holds a special place in the Black Swan star’s heart. “Not only did it introduce me to my fiance, but I’m so grateful that all my mistakes are recorded for posterity,” she explained. “I went through everything embarrassing that a girl can go through in front of my fiance. There’s no question that he’s seen the worst. I find that comforting.”
These days, the lovebirds are busy preparing for first-time parenthood — and Kunis couldn’t be more thrilled. “I have never wanted to be the person who only has business on her mind. To me, this job has always been a hobby that turned into a great profession, but I don’t eat and breathe acting,” she told W. “I’m sure Meryl Streep has a very different point of view. But I’m excited about being a full-time mom.”
I wonder if that means she will be taking some extended leave from acting? She’s got Jupiter Ascending coming out, except they just pushed it back to January, when it was supposed to open this month. Basically that is a death sentence for a film. January – March is where movies go to die. So, RIP Jupiter Ascending?