Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, both celebrated actors, first gained prominence as cast members of the popular TV series That ’70s Show. Kunis, born on August 14, 1983, in Ukraine, immigrated to the United States and swiftly ascended to fame with notable performances in Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Black Swan. Kutcher, born on February 7, 1978, in Iowa, became a household name through his role in That ’70s Show and later achieved recognition for his work in Two and a Half Men.
After an initial on-screen collaboration, the pair rekindled their romance in 2012, eventually tying the knot in 2015. They’ve since become a beloved Hollywood couple celebrated for their enduring relationship, parenthood, and occasional joint ventures. Their chemistry, both in front of the camera and in real life, continues to enchant fans worldwide.
Mila Kunis Opens Up About Ashton Kutcher’s Obsession With Football
During an appearance on Conan, Mila Kunis was asked about whether she would like her daughter to be in the entertainment business, given both her parents have been famous in the industry. While everyone would expect her to believe that following her path would be the best thing for her daughter, she explained that it would be better if their daughter to not be in the industry.
Mila Kunis also mentioned that according to Ashton Kutcher, he envisions their daughter becoming the Chicago Bears’ inaugural female NFL coach. To prepare her for this role, he encourages her to watch football religiously.
Kunis told Conan O’Brien:
“I think if it was up to him [Ashton Kutcher], she would be the very first female professional NFL coach, specifically for the Chicago Bears. So that is what he is molding her to be, by forcing her to watch football every Sunday, Monday night, and Thursday night.”
Mila Kunis also asserted that she has no interest in Football, but she plays along. “There’s a part of my brain that’ll now no longer be intelligent,” she said. Kunis emphasized that she willingly engages in the sport for her daughter and Ashton Kutcher.
Mila Kunis Doesn’t Discuss Her Bold Scenes With Ashton Kutcher
On Conan’s show, Mila Kunis was asked whether she discusses the details of her romantic scenes with Ashton Kutcher, to which she firmly replied in the negative. While both Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are not overly bothered by intimate scenes in their respective careers, the actress explained that it’s not a topic they particularly enjoy discussing with each other.
Kunis said (via Hello Giggles):
“I don’t necessarily want to see it live, take after take after take – and neither does he,” Kunis said. “So if it’s one of those days where you have to have a love scene, I just ask him politely to stay home and he’s like, ‘TOTALLY.'”
In essence, Mila wanted to emphasize that intimate scenes aren’t inherently natural experiences and can be rather uncomfortable. Given this, it’s completely understandable that Mila and Ashton choose to keep their private moments in films away from public scrutiny.