Mila Kunis is hilarious, gorgeous and, based on this response to a Marine's invitation, clearly very cool.
But the actress walks a hypocritical line in the latest issue of GQ, complaining that women are only cast in movies for their looks, as opposed to their senses of humor. She does this while wearing scarcely more than underwear.
Editor's note: this will be the last time we complain about photos of Mila Kunis in lingerie.
"You have no idea how hard it is for a woman in this business," Kunis tells the magazine. "A lot of people don't even think women are funny. It's f-cked up, but you have to deal with guys like that. I've learned to roll with it."The actress - currently promoting Friends with Benefits - goes on to detail her struggle against stereotypes, saying that "people just take you as that: attractive. People aren't getting the opportunity to move beyond being attractive."
This sounds like an important, worthwhile topic. It also sounds like something Kunis might have been better off saying while wearing pants.