Earlier this month, we were treated to one of the most TMI interviews of all time, as Mila Kunis talked "shredded vaginas" and other pregnancy fears with Marie Claire.
Now it seems Kunis regretted some of her more graphic comments as soon as they left her mouth. Or at least as soon as she saw them in print.
Kunis gave another interview the same day that the infamous Marie Claire issue hit newsstands, and it's hard not to notice that she's being a incredibly guarded and, well...rude to the journalist she's speaking with, to the point that he just assumes she's miffed about her own vadge remarks.
Speaking with the New Jersey Star-Ledger over the phone Mila was in attack mode from the start, answering the question of "How are you feeling?" with, "I don't talk about that for publication."
Amazingly, it only gets worse from there:
On whether she's focusing on indie films: "Not really...because I still did Oz (the Great and Powerful) and I still did Jupiter Ascending so that sort of destroys your assumption.
On making the move from comedy to drama: "I hate when people ask this question. People have this misconception that comedy's easy."
On immigrating from the Ukraine to America: "I've talked about moving to America in a hundred interviews. It's the most mundane subject in the world."
On the current situation in the Ukraine: "I know what your next question is so let's just skip it...I do interviews and they're supposed to be one thing and then the writer has an idea and they become something else."
The interviewer is only left to guess: "Is she in a bad mood because this is the day the explicit pregnancy details from that Marie Claire interview came out?" or, since Mila is engaged to Ashton Kutcher, is he simply "being punked?"
We're gonna go with the former and hope Mila lightens up a bit for her next chat with the press.