Stephen Whitty an entertainment reporter for The Star-Ledger learned that the hard way when sitting down for an interview with Mila Kunis. According to Whitty, the actress was in a bad mood from the word go.
"I don't talk about that for publication," the star said when he asked her how she was feeling, a reference to the pregnancy Kunis recently confirmed on Ellen.
She also allegedly took umbrage at Whitty's reference to the volatile political situation in her native Ukraine.
"No. I know what your next question is so let’s just skip it," Kunis reportedly said. "You’re going to ask me what I think about what’s going on now in Ukraine. Just because I lived there until I was seven doesn’t mean I identify with Ukraine.”
“It just seems weird to do an interview about Third Person [her latest film] and then it becomes about Ukraine, and that’s the headline,” she added. “I do interviews, and they seem like they’re supposed to be one thing, and the writer has an idea, and then they become something else.”
In the end, Kunis did open up about her film roles, but Whitty writes her off as dismissive. Was he in the wrong with his line of questioning? Was Kunis just feeling a tad prickly that day? Or, like this Anne Hathaway cringe-fest from 2012, was it maybe a bit of both?
Don't worry, girl. We'll never forget this. (NJ.com)
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