"It's a really great script," she says. "If time permits and scheduling works out, I'd love to do it... It's all just a matter of timing."
She did, however, participate in the table read with Mark Wahlberg.
After delivering one of the most acclaimed dramatic performances of the year, what does a girl do next?
Go back to her comedic roots, of course. And that's exactly what Mila Kunis (fresh off her chilling role in "Black Swan") has in mind.
Kunis is in talks to join Universal's new comedy, "Ted," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Helming the project as writer and director is "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane—and since Kunis is the voice of Meg on the popular show, this pairing comes as no surprise.
"Ted" is about a man who, as a young boy, made a Christmas wish that his Teddy Bear would come to life and be his BFF. Twenty-five years later, the bear is still by his side, but has grown into a cursing, smoking, delinquent (voiced by MacFarlane) that is preventing the now-grown man from maturing.
Mark Wahlberg is in the final negotiations to star as the grown man, and Kunis is up to play his girlfriend, who wants their relationship to move to that infamous "next level," but (oddly enough) can't see that happening with Ted in the picture.
Don't feel too badly for Kunis, however. She'll find comfort in the arms of her boss, played by Adam Scott, who's about as cuddly as any teddy bear we've ever seen.