Mila Kunis: 15 Things You Didn't Know (Part 2)

Mila Kunis: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 2)

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Mila Kunis has earned a well-known name for herself acting in films and television shows, starting out in commercials and working her way up. Recently we brought you part one of this list of interesting facts about the actress, and now we are back with part two.

Number Eight: She Was Shy About a Scene

If you’ve seen Black Swan, you know about the very talked about sex scene she had with Natalie Portman. It turns out she demanded that her father not watch this.

Number Seven: Mila Kunis Still Speaks Russian

Although she has long since adjusted to the American way of life, she hasn’t forgotten about where she came from. She visits her parents often in Los Angeles and speaks her original language with them.

Number Six: Injuries for a Role

Mila said in a magazine interview that she hurt herself a lot while learning how to dance ballet for her role in Black Swan. She claims that after filming the dancing scenes for the role, she never wants to put on those ballet shoes again.

Number Five: She’s a Trekkie

The star has been a fan of the famous television series Star Trek since High school. She also claims to own some vintage figurines from the show.

Number Four: Judd Apatow Turned her Down

Apparently she auditioned for the part of the mommy-to-be Knocked Up and did not get the role. The part went to another actress, Katherine Heigl.

Number Three: Surfing in Hawaii

Although Apatow turned her down for Knocked Up, he was still impressed with her skills and thought she would be a better fit in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. When they were filming the movie in Hawaii, Kunis learned how to surf.

Number Two: Macaulay Culkin’s Ex

She was with the Home Alone star for eight years. They allegedly met on the set of American Psycho II: All American Girl.

Number One: She has Starred in Music Videos

Among these are Aerosmith’s “Jaded and also “The End has no End” by The Strokes. We hope you enjoyed part two of our list of fascinating facts about Mila Kunis.

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