Mila Kunis gives a serious stare and a lot of leg on the cover of this month's Los Angeles Times Magazine. She took a nod from her Black Swan character for the ballet-inspired spread, which was photographed by Ruven Afanador. Mila's currently riding the success of the film with multiple other honors, including a spot in Vanity Fair's Young Hollywood issue. Her movie with Justin Timberlake, Friends With Benefits, is up next and Mila talked to Leslie Gornstein about moving on from her TV career and making comedies, here's more:
- On her career: "I was very lucky to have a show for eight years. Now I can sit back and think about what I want."
- On making comedies: "I love doing comedies. They’re just as hard, if not harder, to make work, compared with a drama. You work 17 hours a day, and you have to try to make things different and funny and relatable onscreen all at the same time."
- Black Swan director Darren Aronofksy on working with Mila: “She’ll try anything . . . [Mila is] very, very playful—really willing to experiment."