The beautiful Mila Kunis covers the March issue of Elle Magazine!

Mila Kunis lands the March cover of Elle Magazine, and the actress looks beautiful in the accompanying photo shoot! The actress has a new movie coming out in March, ‘OZ: The Great and Powerful’, and I’m really hoping the movie doesn’t suck. It looks really interesting, but previews can be deceiving (case in point: “Identity Thief” – but I’ll talk about that a bit later).

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Here are some highlights from the interview:

Being single after dating Macaulay Culkin: “For four years I was single. An amazing time. An amazing time. I love being single.”

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When she was shown a photo of Ashton Kutcher: “I didn’t think this was going to be about my friends. Happily about myself! Not about who my friends are, who I’m dating, or who I may have ever dated. That’s not talking about myself!”

On privacy and the paparazzi: “You can look (online) and see what Starbucks I go to. You can look and see what gym I go to. You can go online and look at my daily activities. And they have no concept of what kind of danger that puts people in. … You’re constantly worried that something’s going to get out that’s going to put your life in danger or your loved ones.”

On weight loss for Black Swan: “Unfortunately, the only way I could play a ballerina was to look like a ballerina . . . fit and bony.”

On on-screen nudity: “I showed side boob. I don’t need to show a–. You get one or the other. You don’t get both,” she said as she smirked.

I wonder if she was asked about dating Macaulay Culkin – and she didn’t answer – or if they just asked her what it was like AFTER dating him. I find it hard to believe they didn’t go for some quote on his rumored serious drug problems, and that being the cause of their breakup. I wish she would have said something about dating Ashton. Enough already! Spill the beans!

TRAILER: “OZ: The Great and Powerful”


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