Actress Mila Kunis recently helps out a reporter so the young Brit could get through the interview, despite his case of nerves. To help him out, Kunis discussed the topics of football, beer and chicken, rather than the agenda that was supposed to be discussed.
According to a Christian Post report on March 5, Kunis was scheduled for the interview as part of the ongoing promotion of her upcoming film, "Oz: The Great and Powerful." However, the young British reporter, Chris Stark from Scott Mills radio, was so nervous that he kept veering off topic. To Kunis' delight, they stopped talking about "Oz" and focused on other more important topics. Those included Nando's chicken and football.
During the initial stages of the interview, Stark told Kunis of his nervousness saying "Seriously, I'm petrified."
Kunis responded, "So far you're doing a great job," to which Stark asked, "Really?" and Kunis quipped with "No, but we'll see what happens."
As a good sport, Kunis was able to sense Stark was nervous, so she turned the interview (see YouTube video) around, asking about his own interests. He discussed hitting up the local watering holes with his friends, including "Sir Dowser, The Convict and Django the Beast." Kunis even joked that one concoction they drink often sounded "like the worst drink ever."
Luckily for Stark, and his producers, Kunis also answered questions about the upcoming "Oz" film, using pre-rehearsed questions and answers. She mentioned fellow co-stars James Franco and Michelle Williams, both of whom have been Oscar nominees in the past.
Mila Kunis rose to fame in the hit sitcom "That '70s Show" which now airs re-runs. The show can be seen locally on various cable or satellite TV providers on TVLand and ABC Family channels.