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Also new this week is the action-horror flick "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" with Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton, "Snitch" with Dwayne Johnson and the 40th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition Blu-ray of Bruce Lee's "Enter the Dragon." Get More »
It's a fact of life for an actor/writer/director after doing a movie: Just before the film debuts, you meet with the press and answer questions like, "What was it like to work with Matthew Modine?" and "Before playing a mime, did you meet with any mimes to prepare?" It's a part of the biz, so to speak, and the process is generally unremarkable.
Except when it isn't. Whether the interview becomes awkward, hilarious, charming or weird, it also always becomes magical, as we saw when the Internet exploded this week over Mila Kunis's playful flirtation with a quirky British chap. Get More »
Mila Kunis has it all — she can act, she's gorgeous, she's funny and she's even willing to make out with other hot chicks.
The petite beauty bounds into theaters this weekend in "Oz: The Great and Powerful," in which she plays a certain green-skinned villainess who may have had a lot to do with your childhood nightmares. "I'll get you, my pretty — and your little dog, too!"
As she's quite the super-sexy treat, this Mila Kunis edition of our Hot People Looking Hot galleries should prove pretty darn tasty.
Are you a good witch, or a bad witch? Or, more accurately, do you prefer a good witch or a bad witch? That's the question we're asking today on this very special Ladies of "Oz the Great and Powerful" edition of NextMovie's Eff, Marry, Kill.
It would appear that beauty and magic have a direct correlation because Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams, all certified Gorgeous Ladies, portray the three witches of Oz in the new flick, due in theaters March 8. Lovely though they all may be, there can only be one good witch — and only one you choose to bring home to Mom in a game of Eff, Marry, Kill, good witch or not so good.
So who will it be? Do you marry the lady who comes and goes by bubble? Have a soft spot for the witch in red? Are you enchanted by Oz's third witch? Be sure to vote in our poll and sound off in comments and on Twitter, and check out our esteemed FMKers' picks as well! Get More »
Mila Kunis somehow just became about ten times cooler.
What could've been an extremely awkward (and pathetic) situation ended up being an entertaining (and oddly sweet) flirting session as Chris Stark, a first-time interviewer for the BBC's Scott Mills show, spent his entire spot more or less hitting on the "Oz: The Great and Powerful" beauty.
"Did you enjoy being ugly for once? Because usually you're hot," was the first question Stark managed to ask after repeatedly expressing his nervousness. From there, he proceeded to yammer on about his friends, soccer (well, "football" — you know, British and all) and a drink called the "lap bomb."
Kunis could've been weirded out by the whole thing but instead took it like a pro, actually engaging the poor guy in conversation and even admitting that their rapport beat the usual kind of interview.
"This is way more fun for me!" Kunis exclaimed when the chatty Stark said he should probably get back to the questions. It is for all of us, too, at that.
Anyway, it's a wonderful world. Watch it at work above.
Sam Raimi whisks us away to the faraway magical land of Oz in "Oz: The Great and Powerful," the prequel to a certain 1939 classic that you may have seen about two hundred times.
James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams and other citizens of Emerald City walked the yellow carpet (if you have to ask why it's yellow and not red, may flying monkeys take you away in your sleep) at the Empire Leicester Square in London, England.
Put on your ruby slippers and get a'clickin' through our wicked gallery. "Oz: The Great and Powerful" opens March 8.
Hollywood can be a big, weird, lonely place. Sometimes, for better or worse, that's going to make you want to get with Cher. And as Woody Allen once said, in defending his controversial relationship with his adopted daughter, the heart wants what the heart wants.
It's not for us to judge.
Just kidding! Of course it is. Here are 10 of the most bizarre Hollywood couples ever, past and present. Get More »
Sometimes, two ladies make out with each other in major motion pictures. Other times, they not only make out with each other — they simulate sexual intercourse with each other. AND because the Internet exists, each of those instances is easily accessible to everybody with a computer, context-free. I know, right? And some people claim to be "pessimists?" (laughs to himself.) Get More »
Ah, Hanukah! Festival of Lights! A time for Jews everywhere to get together in a spirit of peace, give gifts and sing songs. It's also a time for gentiles everywhere to ask questions like "So... what's the deal with Hanukah?" and "How do you spell Chanukah?" and "Why does it keep moving around the calendar like a celebratory hobo?"
These are good questions; deep questions. And who better to ask than Hollywood's Jewish stars! But who's Jewish? It's no shock that certain actors are from the tribe (shalom, Sasha Baron Cohen!), but Zac Efron? Get More »
This week: A teddy bear comes to life and becomes Mark Wahlberg's lifelong buddy/ arrested development enabler in "Ted," the first big-screen comedy directed by Seth MacFarlane of "Family Guy" fame.
Also new this week is Jeremy Renner taking over secret-agent duties in "The Bourne Legacy," the animated sequel "Ice Age: Continental Drift" and the Blu-ray debut of Warren Beatty's "Dick Tracy." Get More »