Mila Kunis Gets Sweet Message From Ashton On Red CarpetPublished on February 4, 2015.
Strutting the red carpet for Jupiter Ascending, Mila Kunis was stopped by Entertainment Tonight, who had a little love from Ashton Kutcher.
Doting parents, enviable lovers, legitimately cool: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are a truly impressive couple. For a lot of people, fame seems to spoil the goods. For Ashton and Mila, they have always taken their fame in stride, rolled with the punches, endured criticism pinning them into pigeon holes and come out better for it on the other side.
To say that the couple serves as a collective head-turner would be an understatement. They’re quite magnetic. And according to the video below, they were actually able to be at the premier of Jupiter Ascending together. Ashton just had a few daddy duties before he was able to join Mila in the theater.
That’s the way those red carpet events go. They generally include a series of scheduled arrivals, followed by a long receiving line of photographers and media outlets looking for interviews after rows and rows of autograph seeking fans.
Then, everyone files into the theater, where people say stuff about the film and pat themselves on the back unnecessarily (because most are popcorn flix), then the movie plays, and afterwards, everyone applauds then they go out for drinks or go home.
Sounds like any other job, doesn’t it?
Yes. Mila was stunning at her premier. Wanna see for yourself? Wanna hear what Ashton had to say* to his sweetie as she was strutting the carpet? Check out the video below.
*When someone says to “break a leg,” it is often confused to mean “good luck.” It is actually suggesting to take the “stage” with authority and noticeable presence. The term comes from the world of live theatre. The curtains along the side of the stage separating entrance and exit points are known as “legs,” and by breaking them, you’re announcing your presence. It has nothing to do with breaking an actual physical leg. Still, it’s something you’d never tell a dancer. Before a dancer takes the stage for a performance, you tell them “merde,” which is French for “sh*t.”