Mila Kunis' movie career has been the subject of many bogus tabloid stories. Gossip Cop has debunked several false articles about the actress's professional life. Here are a few wrong rumors.
Back in February, Gossip Cop busted the Globe for making up a story about Kunis having trouble getting movie roles because Hollywood producers found her too "dumpy." The outlet alleged that unnamed executives refused to hire the actress because they felt she was "worn out" after having two kids. The report was both mean-spirited and untrue. Kunis certainly didn't appear "dumpy" at the red carpet premiere of her last movie, the 2018 action-comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me, in which she got to play an action hero. Regardless, a spokesperson for the actress assured us the premise was complete nonsense.
Last August, Gossip Cop called out Star for wrongly reporting that Kunis' 2015 honeymoon with Ashton Kutcher was being turned into the plot of a movie. The report came on the heels of the actress's interview on "The Tonight Show," during which she opened up about her disastrous honeymoon, which involved the actress and her husband traveling across California in an RV along with their infant daughter and Kutcher's parents. The tabloid insisted the real-life incident was being turned into a romantic comedy, despite not one Hollywood trade publication reporting anything about it. The actress's rep told us that no studio ever approached her or Kutcher about turning their honeymoon into a movie.
Last May, Gossip Cop busted the National Enquirer for falsely claiming Kunis was quitting movies to have a third baby with Kutcher. Not only did Kunis' spokesperson tell us the report was untrue, but the actress herself has stated in several different interviews that she's done having kids. The actress previously told "Entertainment Tonight" that she and Kutcher are "good on two" children, adding, "I have two really healthy, really wonderful kids. Why test my luck?" Kunis later confirmed to People magazine she will "only have two" kids. As time has proven, the actress isn't expecting a third child and hasn't quit the film industry.
And in March 2017, Gossip Cop debunked a RadarOnline article about Kunis feuding with Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann over the movie Bad Moms. Back when the comedy was first in development, Mann was set to star and her husband was on board as a producer. The spouses eventually dropped out of the project and Kunis took over the starring role.
According to the blog, Apatow and Mann were upset about the movie becoming a success without them and were holding a grudge against Kunis as a result. The story didn't make much sense considering that the husband and wife team made the decision to drop out of Bad Moms. The spouses weren't pushed aside by Kunis and would have no reason to be angry with her. Regardless, Kunis' rep and sources close to both Apatow and Mann assured us the article was fabricated.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.