Watch Mila Kunis’ Best Interview Ever
The Jewish actress improvises with a rookie BBC reporter
Instead of talking about her upcoming film, Oz the Great and Powerful, during a recent BBC Radio 1 interview, Mila Kunis ended up discussing her ability to pour a pint of beer without foam (she used to bartend) and comforting newbie British reporter Chris Stark, who said he was a little nervous for his first celebrity interview. Kunis seemed to sufficiently quell Stark’s anxiety, and he ended up asking her out during the interview—three times.
The starstruck BBC correspondant first invited the megastar out for a drink at a nearby pub called Misty Moon with his lads, and then to watch his local football club, Watford, compete in a championship league match. But first, he explained, they would go to his favorite chicken restaurant.
The interview ends with Kunis rattling off the rote answers you’d expect to hear from an actress on a movie press junket (she loved working with James Franco, she plays a character named Theodora in her new movie, blah blah blah), before telling Stark it was her favorite interview of the day.
Watch the interview for proof that Kunis is as awesome in real life as we all hoped.
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