Mila Kunis is annoyed by the way Hollywood stereotypes women, but that doesn’t stop her from wearing sexy black bikini bottoms and not much else in a new photo shoot for GQ magazine.
Kunis, 27, brings a lot more to the table. Now if she can only get producers to focus on her instead of always talking to her tits.
“If you’re an attractive female in this industry, people just take you as that: attractive,” says Mila. “People aren’t getting the opportunity to move beyond being attractive.
“It’s not only with comedy. It could be with drama or action or whatever. People are distracted by looks. It happens. I’m not saying it happened to me, but it happens.”
Check out Mila’s photos; click to enlarge.
She’s not only good girl sexy, like her role in That ’70s Show, with Toper Grace, Ashton Kutcher.
She can also could be erotic, depraved sexy as in “Black Swan,” the psychological thriller that won Natalie Portman the Oscar for best actress.
As the article notes, she’s a Disney cartoon with a dirty mind, who also has an absurdly funny sense of humor.
Although she routinely makes “sexiest woman” magazine lists, she plays down her image as a budding sex siren.
“Image is not a priority for me,” she says. “A lot of times, people go into this industry with a grandiose idea of fame and think the only way to achieve that is to please everybody.
“Unfortunately, that can lead to very self-conscious on-screen choices. This industry scrutinizes you. It’ll tear you apart.
“Looks go; they fade. I don’t think looks matter,” she has said.
The 5’3” blue/green-eyed brunette recently split from actor Macaulay Culkin after dating for 8 years and says she’s single at the moment because of her hectic work schedule.
“I am [single],” she says. “I wouldn’t dare wish myself upon anybody at this point in my life! My shooting schedule is crazy. I’m a nomad until January.”
In her latest movie, “Friends with Benefits,” opening July 12 opposite Justin Timberlake, she plays a woman who engages in a purely sexual relationship. But that’s not her in real life.
“It’s like communism—good in theory, in execution it fails. Friends of mine have done it, and it never ends well. Why do people put themselves through that torture?” she says.
Because it’s a man’s fantasy. And, as Mila says, Hollywood loves stereotypes. Just check out her photos.