Mila Kunis came to America from Ukraine at the age of 7, but she's in America now, fuck them. Also, don't ask about That 70s Show. Pregnancy is stressful.
“I’ve talked about me moving to America in a hundred interviews,” she told Whitty. “It’s the most mundane subject possible, it’s like everyone’s immigrant story. It was much harder for my 13-year-old brother, it was much harder for my parents.” Things only got worse when the reporter tried to get her thoughts the embattled country. “I know what your next question is so let’s just skip it,” she said later. “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.” Maybe just as bad, was when he asked Kunis, who got her big break on the sitcom “That 70s Show,” if she’d turned to drama in search of a new challenge. “I hate when people ask me this question,” she said. “People have this misconception that comedy’s easy … I’m always looking for challenges and I find a lot of things to be challenging. It can be the director, the producer, a lot of things. I just want to work with people more talented than I am that I can learn from.”
Let's just chalk this up to hormones and Chick-Fil-A being closed on Sundays and maybe her realization that Ashton Kutcher's baby is growing inside her, but she does comes across as kind of a bitch here. Not that I care. You've seen Mila Kunis, right?