Mila Kunis has ruled herself out of starring in Fifty Shades of Grey, rowing back on previous statements to say that there’s “no way” she’ll star in the movie version of E.L. James’ ‘mummy porn’ novel.
When asked by EntertainmentWise about the possibility of starring at the press conference for her new movie Oz the Great and Powerful she said: "Ah this Fifty Shades of Grey thing’s just not gonna leave is it?"
The Ted star appeared a little piqued as she aimed to quash the speculation fuelled by her own comments on the film, which she said she “wasn’t disinterested” in to Extra.
“No you’re not gonna see me in Fifty Shades of Grey, I’m sorry,” the actress added, emphatically attempting to put an end to speculation linking her to the role of Anastasia Steele.
Instead she suggested that her Oz co-star Zach Braff starred in it, saying, “You’d be fantastic in it,” a suggestion that the Scrubs star seemed willing to take-up.
Mila Kunis has ruled herself out of a role in Fifty Shades of Grey (Photo: Joe Alvarez/WENN)
On her current role as an innocent witch Theodora who turns wicked after being unlucky in love she said, “Yeah it it was fantastic playing a character like that, I mean you’re lucky if you’re given any character that has any sort of arc, in here I was given a character with the most fantastical arc you could ever imagine."
"There are no rules against it, there was no boundaries, formula to follow, it was just have fun and I knew that I had Sam there to protect me an steer me in the right direction if I were to falter so I felt very safe but I will not be in The Fifty Shades of Grey I promise you,” the Black Swan star added.
Braff though had other ideas, as when asked what spell he’d cast if given magical powers like the witches in the movie, he said: “I would cast a spell on Mila to have her do Fifty Shades of Grey.”
The suggestion appeared to melt Mila’s heart towards the idea of the role, as the actress who plays couldn’t stop giggling at her co-star’s suggestion.
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