March 8, 2013

Something Wonderful: Mila Kunis talks to Chris Stark off the Scott Mills show on Radio 1

Not obvious and it starts slowly, but then it becomes just charming in a very strange way....


Astute readers will recall when Ms. Kunis first appeared in Something Wonderful: Mila Kunis Says Yes to Marine in Afghanistan @ AMERICAN DIGEST from 2011. But it is also the interviewer here, Chris Stark, who makes the sequence what it is.

But, for all the talk about Kunis, perhaps we should take a moment to appreciate Chris Stark. After all, he’s the one who sets the tone for the interview, declaring up front that he’s “petrified” and then lobbing out a clumsy but audacious opening question: “In the nicest possibly way, did you enjoy being ugly for once? Because, generally, like, you know, you’re hot.” Kunis eggs him on, but it’s Stark who moves the conversation further and further out of bounds, bringing up newly irrelevant topics and offering unsolicited details about his life and interests. Of the pair, he’s actually the one who’s more charming and fun to watch. -- Chris Stark Interviews Mila Kunis: Good Work, Lad : The New Yorker

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I watched this yesterday in HD and it really affirmed what a beauty she is.

Posted by: Buffoon at March 9, 2013 7:43 AM

My wife showed it to me yesterday, too. Yes, she's a beauty and not just appearance... I thoroughly enjoyed the exchange. And what is it with these "Hugh Grant" Brits. Golly shucks and aw gee how charming, heh-heh. Imagine if she actually does join Chris Stark at a pub after a football game, with his lads. Even that she was willing to do so. (She also understood the necessity of getting the stock response lines out... hilarious.)
Yes, Something wonderful, indeed.

The antithesis of the stuck-up Hollywood witch.

Posted by: Sandy Daze at March 9, 2013 9:50 AM

Ms. Kunis is a lady and showed Mr. Stark a lot about being a gentleman, treating him as one.

Posted by: Brooks at March 9, 2013 2:43 PM

I listened to Instant Karma today, in my head and through (with) no exterior stimulus.

In my head I thought how cool it was for John to sing to everyone "we all shine on."

Moon. Stars. et. al.

And I thought of this blog and the post, most powerful, ending with divine, Heavenly orbs of light.

Like Mila Kunis and many others all around America although absolutely the exception to the rule and so rare I will write "too rare" even though it is shittier writin' than I normally pollute comment sections with.

Posted by: notquiteunBuckley at March 9, 2013 3:25 PM

Am I the only one who remembers all the vile and filthy things Kunis vomited up during the last presidential election? For the record, she was not a lady, and she was not charming in her campaign for Obama.

Posted by: DHH at March 9, 2013 6:37 PM
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