Talentless human scabs Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have welcomed a child into this world. Mazel tov to them. I retained slight hope that they might name their baby something cool, like Leah Finnegan, but alas—reality serves to annihilate the possibility that celebrities might make good choices. And thus Ashton and Mila have named the baby girl Wyatt Isabelle.
There is just so much to like about this wonderfully atypical press junket interview between Mila Kunis and BBC Radio 1 personality Chris Stark (which was ostensibly to promote Kunis's appearance in Oz the Great and Powerful): Lad points, Jägerbombs, Lad bombs, Mila Kunis, Sir Dosser, The Convict, Chango the Beast, Mila Kunis, Watford Football Club, the Boys, Nando's, Mila Kunis, Steak and Ale Pie, "neck a pint," Dicko, Mila Kunis, drop trou, Baywatch, Mila Kunis, Mila Kunis.
This morning on Today, while promoting Friends With Benefits, Mila and JT brought the testicular humor as they talked about the Marine Corps Ball. Mila declared, "Marines have a lot of balls." Justin agreed, "Marines got balls," and added, "we want to pay honor to our country and embrace their balls." Justin continued to ham it up even after Lester Holt ended the segment.
Contrary to previous reports, Mila Kunis' date with a Marine who asked her out on YouTube is still going to happen. Some outlets had reported that her shooting schedule would keep her from attending the Marine Ball with Sgt. Scott Moore, but her rep says that she's going to find a way to make it. She better solidify her plans quickly, because the Marines have gotten some better offers recently!
Hey U.S. Marines! Apparently you need dates to the Marine Corps Ball this November, since you're asking celebrities like Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake on YouTube. But what about all you Marines who don't have the guts to invite a celebrity in a lighthearted video, but still want to go with a random stranger? You're in luck!
On Monday, we brought you the heartwarming story of Sgt. Scott Moore, a US Marine stationed in Afghanistan who posted a no-frills YouTube invitation to Mila Kunis, asking her to join him as his date to the Marine Corps Birthday Ball (held November 12 at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center in Maryland). Her Friends With Benefits costar Justin Timberlake convinced her to say yes during a live interview, and word quickly trickled back to Moore. The Corps has now sent out an official interview, in which Moore reacts to the exciting news that he's now just a couple bases short of catching up with Natalie Portman:
A month ago, Sgt. Scott Moore, a US Marine stationed in Afghanistan, posted a video on YouTube in which he asks hot-actress-of-the-moment Mila Kunis to be his date to the Marine Corps Ball this November. And now she's said yes!
No Strings Attached. Friends With Benefits. Friends With Strings. Attached With Benefits. Are there any differences to any of these movies? Not really. One stars an overexposed, overconfident pretty boy who fancies himself a high tech mogul, and so does the other one. One features an actress that starred as a prima ballerina in the movie Black Swan, and so does the other one. One is a shitty romcom about falling in love with a fuckbuddy, and so is the other one. THEY ARE THE SAME MOVIE, YOU SEE. Still not convinced? Then watch this video. [via BoingBoing]