Mila Kunis on the cover of Glamour (Alexei Hay/GLAMOUR)From weekend getaways up the California coast to cozy motorcycle rides, Mila Kunis has been spending a lot of time with her friend Ashton Kutcher. In a new interview with Glamour, the star of the movie "Ted" happily dishes about relationships — including online dating, matchmaking for friends, and her own dating preferences — but when it comes to talking about her former "That '70s Show" co-star, she has less to share.
Guys who use online dating sites take note: Kunis is known to troll them while looking for potential love interests for her girlfriends. "I go on and I pick the guys for my friends," the 28-year-old actress tells the mag. "It's online shopping! We all get together with our laptops and have a glass of wine. Then we message the guy." Her approach with the potential candidates? "I'm just very honest and blunt." She's even gone so far as to edit her friends' online dating profiles, in order to paint her pals in the best light. "I'm really good at 'About Me,'" she says. "I feel like I could never write anything about myself, because that's like a therapy session. But about your girlfriends? You just write what you love about your friends. If I didn't do what I do, I would do Internet dating instead of going out to bars. In two seconds I would. It makes so much more sense."
So would Kunis, who was in a long-term relationship with Macaulay Culkin for nearly a decade before splitting in 2011, consider setting up a profile on a dating site if she could mask her identity? "No," she insists. "Because, ultimately, what's going to happen? I show up to coffee." Not that she's exactly hurting for male admirers; after all, she's frequently appearing at the top of those lad mag "hot" lists. "I'm OK in my personal life," she says. "I've never dated. I can say this honestly: I don't know what it's like to date. But also, how am I going to date? I'm not in one state long enough."
(Alexei Hay/GLAMOUR) (Alexei Hay/GLAMOUR)
When asked about the rumors linking her to Kutcher — which the Ukrainian-born star previously denied, branding the claim "absurd" — Kunis vented about tabloids. "Ninety-nine percent of it is bulls—t," she says. "That is the biggest form of bullying ever, the paparazzi. Printing lies, making accusations, it's just bullying."
When she does find Mr. Right, if she hasn't already (cough, cough … Ashton!), she says she's looking forward to having a family … one day. "This isn't the right time for me to have one, but I do want a family. I'd rather be in love and have a baby than have a movie."
Still, her film career has been booming since she received a Golden Globe nomination for her role as a ballerina in "Black Swan," a role she drastically transformed her body to play. "This is my normal body," Kunis, who has returned to her previous weight, says. "It's not 98 pounds. God, I'm probably 25 pounds heavier in muscle mass and weight at this point. What was crazy was, when I was shooting 'Black Swan,' everyone was like, 'Gosh, you're really too skinny.' Then my weight started bouncing back and they're like, 'She looked better when she was anorexic-looking.' You can't please anyone! It was just for work. I didn't do it because I had issues. Now this is my normal weight that I started out with." And what's the difference between her body now and her body then? "Flat, flat, flat," she says, gesturing to her chest and hips."There was no shape, no form, nothing, nothing."
Read Kunis' full interview in the August issue of Glamour, on newsstands July 10.
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