Oz The Great and Powerful set a record for 2013 in its opening weekend, netting $80.2 million and soaring to a No. 1 position by a landslide. It's the strongest debut for a movie since The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opened with $84 million back in December, Box Office Mojo reports.
Django Unchained and Ted earned the most MTV Movie Award nominations, with each film garnering seven nods including for Movie of the Year, Best On-Screen Duo, Best Fight, Best WTF Moment and Best Kiss. Django's Jamie Foxx and Ted's Mila Kunis also got...
Mila Kunis turned the tables on a newbie interviewer for BBC Radio 1.
When Chris Stark from the Scott Mills Show began talking to Kunis about her upcoming film Oz the Great and Powerful, he admitted that this was his first time interviewing a celebrity.
"Seriously, I'm petrified," he admitted when they first sat down.
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Kunis was a good sport, and eventually the conversation turned to doing lad bombs (Jaegermeister, double vodka and Red Bull) at the local pub, football (aka soccer), chicken and meat pies.
"I should get back to the questions," he soon said. "Why? This is way more fun for me," Kunis responded, before rattling off stock answers to the usual press junket questions.
A Ukrainian politician is under fire for using an anti-Semitic slur referring to actress Mila Kunis in a Facebook rant.
Igor Miroshnichenko said Kunis (who was born in the Ukraine and is Jewish) is not a true Ukrainian, and called the actress a "zhydovka," according to TMZ. The term translates to "dirty Jewess," according to Los Angeles' Simon Wiesenthal Center, and has reportedly been used as a pejorative against Jewish people dating back to the Holocaust.
Sorry, Sofía Vergara: Jennifer Lawrence has been named the World's Most Desirable Woman by AskMen.com.
In a tally of more than...