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On Thursday, Mila and Kathryn Hahn were at ‘Bad Moms‘ Mamarazzi Screening at AMC Empire 25 theater in New York City.

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 28 – ‘Bad Moms’ Mamarazzi Screening at AMC Empire 25 theater in New York City

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On Thursday, Mila rings the NASDAQ Closing Bell at NASDAQ in New York City. She wears a long black dress.

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 28 – Rings the NASDAQ Closing Bell at NASDAQ in New York City

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This Wednesday, Mila was invited to Conan O’Brien show !

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On Tuesday, Mila was at ‘Bad Moms Premiere‘ at the Mann Village Theatre in Westwood, California. Mila wore an Atelier Versace dress. You can find 300 HQ photos in the gallery.

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 26 – ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere in Westwood, California

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Hello ! This Wednesday, Mila was present at ‘ AOL Build Speaker Series‘ in New York. You can find 25 HQ photos in the gallery.

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 20 – AOL Build Speaker Series in New York

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This Monday, Mila was at ‘Bad Moms‘ New York Premiere. Find HQ photos in the gallery !

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 18 – ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere in New York City

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This Tuesday, Mila took a lunch in Studio City. Mila wore a long grey tank top over her growing baby bump.

Candids > 2016 > July 12 – Out for lunch in Studio City

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This Friday, Mila and her ‘Bad Moms’ co-stars were at STX Entertainment ‘Bad MomsPress Junket.

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 8 – STX Entertainment “Bad Moms” Press Junket

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This Thursday, Mila and her ‘Bad Moms’ co-stars were at STX Entertainment ‘Bad Moms‘ Junket Screening Event in Burbank. You can find 7 HQ and exclusive photos in the gallery.

Public Appearances > 2016 > July 7 – STX Entertainment ‘Bad Moms’ Junket Screening Event in Burbank

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Mila Kunis posed for Glamour’s August Cover. She had happily wiped off her makeup for the Glamour’s back cover. She is so beautiful ! You can find HQ photos and HQ scans just below. You can also read the interview.

Photoshoots & Portraits > Studio Photoshoots > 2016 > Glamour US (August 2016)

Magazine Scans > 2016 > Glamour US (August 2016)

GLAMOUR: In 2012 you told Glamour, “I’d rather be in love and have a baby than have a movie.” And here you are with all three. Was there a point where you really thought you would have to choose?

MILA KUNIS: I got—knock on wood—very lucky. But I did choose. I took a chunk of time off. If it were up to [Ashton], we would have had kids much sooner. But I had contracts for films I had to do. I was like, “Let me finish this last thing, Jupiter Ascending, and we’re a go. I’m going to take a solid break from acting.” And let me tell you, when I would get a call with an offer, I wouldn’t even flinch. I was like, “No, I’m pregnant.” “No, I have a baby.” I wasn’t ready to go back. I was so happy saying no that I knew it was the right decision.

GLAMOUR: Did you ever fear, “Oh, I’ve said no so many times, they’re not going to call me anymore”?

MK: I was OK with it. And I was like, “Whatever will happen will happen.” As an actor, you travel so much. It isn’t great for a marriage. In a marriage, you and your partner come first. And unless you and your partner are happy, that kid’s never going to be happy. I ultimately started my production company, so I have a 9-to-5. I can’t not work. I don’t know what it’s like to not work; my family embedded that in me.

GLAMOUR: Your parents left Ukraine with you when you were young because they are Jewish and there was a rising anti-Semitic tide. Despite their degrees and professions back home, they were working-class when they came to America. Did you feel their struggle?

MK: No. I had no clue. I was so well protected.

GLAMOUR: What were they protecting you from?

MK: My parents went through hell and back. They came to America with suitcases and a family of seven and $250, and that’s it. My parents, for years, worked full-time and went to college full-time. They would go to night school to learn English. My mom started working at Thrifty in Culver City as a box lady. That’s what she did until she learned English; then she became a cashier. My dad worked—f–k if I know—seven jobs? He painted a house. He would deliver toilets. He drove a cab, delivered pizzas. Whatever he could do, he did. Ultimately, my dad owned cabs, and my mom worked her way up to manager of a Rite-Aid; they bought a car and a condo. But growing up poor, I never missed out on anything. My parents did a beautiful job of not making me feel like I was lesser than any other kids.

GLAMOUR: Given your family history, did it strike a chord with you seeing presidential contenders like Donald Trump stoke anti-­Mexican-immigrant and anti-Muslim-immigrant fears?

MK: It’s even more than that. The whole Syrian-refugee thing—we came here on a religious-refugee visa, and I’m not going to blow this country up. I’m clearly paying taxes. I’m not taking anything away. So the fact that people look at what’s happening and are like, “Pfft, they’re going to blow sh-t up”? It saddens me how much fear we’ve instilled in ourselves. And going from there to the whole, “Hey, let’s build a wall between Los Angeles and Mexico”.… I don’t even have to answer that one. There’s no point. It’s a really great sound bite. And it got him far. Nobody should be mad at him; we did it to ourselves.

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