The 29-year-old beauty set the big screen ablaze in ‘Black Swan’ and ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall.’ Now she’s warming heart of “That 70’s Show’ co-star Ashton Kutcher.
Mila Kunis is the sexiest woman alive — if you ask Esquire magazine, at least.
The 29-year-old beauty poses topless in skintight pants on the cover of the magazine's November issue.
Inside, she talks about fleeing her native Ukraine with her family in 1991, when she was just 8, to escape rampant anti-Semitism — though she thinks the story was “made into something bigger than it needs to be.”
“My parents should sit down and talk about it,” she says. “They're the ones who went through hell and back, who gave everything up. I didn't do anything. I was eight years old, and I tagged along.”
Kunis got her start on the sitcom “That ‘70s Show,” and blossomed into a bonafide movie star with roles in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Black Swan.”
She also voices Meg Griffin on the animated series “Family Guy,” and starred in creator Seth McFarlane’s big-screen comedy “Ted.”
Her high profile — plus Esquire’s accolades — forced her to be cagey when she admitted to the magazine that she participates in illegal “political street art” in support of gay marriage.
What she was vocal about, however, was her love for New York City, where she was recently photographed getting cozy with beau Ashton Kutcher.
"Right now, I like New York for two months, three months, and then I like to get out of New York. I like the idea of New York, where everybody keeps to themselves and then congregates and disperses," she told the magazine. "I like that people aren't in your business. You get together, but everybody's got somewhere to be.
"(In Los Angeles), everybody's so loosey-goosey throughout the day. There's traffic all day long. Nobody really has a job that's nine to five. There's something to be said for L. A., because you have a yard. And quiet. Although the place in the West Village that I always stay at when I'm in New York has a rooftop," she added. "It's two years ago that I started renting this apartment. There's peace and quiet. Right over the river, it is silence. And it is amazing."/nydailynews.com/