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Mila Kunis toughens up in new Interview magazine cover shoot

As Tyra Banks would say, Mila Kunis gives some seriously good dead-eye in the latest issue of Interview magazine, where the actress – and star of the upcoming movie, um, Ted – is interviewed by none other than James Franco, …

Tue, Jul 17, 2012, 14:00

   

As Tyra Banks would say, Mila Kunis gives some seriously good dead-eye in the latest issue of Interview magazine, where the actress – and star of the upcoming movie, um, Ted – is interviewed by none other than James Franco, the actor every journalist / student / writer wants to murder for being so damned overproductive.

I have to say, I think Mila’s is one of the best media assaults of recent years, as with each successive interview I read and cover story I see, I like her more, not less. Take note, Kristen Stewart. She also comes out with some great feminist shit, such as: “There will always be a double standard between males and females, so I think that an actress is more likely to protect her public persona, so to speak, than an actor would be.” Right on, gurrrrrrl.

As a (relative) aside, I also love the styling of this shoot. That jacket (last shot) is amazing – and I love her slightly greasy eye. Gorgeous.

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