On the website’s profile of her, she talks immigration (her parents came from Ukraine to America in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union), comedy, and… political street art?
Kunis talks briefly about a comment she made to Glamour earlier this year about “street-art-based stuff in Los Angeles.”
Esquire: I want to follow up on an answer you recently gave to Glamour. You said you engaged in political street art. Uh, political street art?
Kunis: I can’t really go into detail because I’m going to get into trouble.
Esquire: Why would you get into trouble?
Kunis: Because it’s illegal.
Esquire: Can you be vague about it then?
Kunis: It has to do with the Defense of Marriage Act. It’s my friend’s issue. I’m supporting him.
[She goes off the record.] Esquire: Yeah, you could be arrested for that.
So Mila Kunis so sexy that Natalie Portman’s character in Black Swan hallucinated a lesbian rendezvous with her AND she runs around town spray painting buildings in the name of equality?
What a gem.