Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are planning to make a move to the UK. Kunis is jetting off to London to shoot a new sci-fi film by the Wachowski siblings and boyfriend Ashton has decided to join her in the British capital. A source told The Sun newspaper “Mila is over for at least six months filming near London and Ashton has decided to head here too. They spend most of their time glued to each other’s side.”
The inseparable couple have been spotted house hunting in the upmarket Marylebone area in central London, where their neighbours would include A-listers Kate Hudson and Guy Ritchie. Mila, 28, will spend several months in London filming futuristic flick Jupiter Ascending alongside Les Miserables star Eddie Redmayne, in which she plays a Russian immigrant targeted by the Queen of the Universe because she possesses the same genetic makeup.
Meanwhile, Ashton has some free time after he wrapped shooting his Steve Jobs biopic Jobs, and is allegedly excited to spend time away from the US where his divorce to estranged wife Demi Moore is being finalized. Ashton filed for divorce in December after 13 months of separation, but proceedings have reportedly stalled over money.
A slur was reportedly made against 29-year-old actress Mila Kunis by a politician in her native Ukraine.
According to gossip website TMZ.com, Jewish organisations around the globe are furious that Igor Miroshnichenko said the Ted star was not a true Ukrainian and called her a “zhydovka”, which translates as “dirty Jewess” and is reportedly a derogatory word against Jewish people that was used during the Holocaust.
Protests have broken out in recent days after the Ukrainian Justice Ministry ruled that using the term to describe a Jewish person was legal, turning back a petition demanding that the offensive word be banned from the public sphere. Mila has yet to respond to the politician’s remarks.
The successful actress opened up about her early childhood growing up in the Ukraine earlier this year, saying “My whole family was in the Holocaust. My grandparents passed and not many survived. After the Holocaust, in Russia you were not allowed to be religious. So my parents raised me to know I was Jewish. You know who you are inside. When I was in school you would still see anti-Semitic signs. One of my friends who grew up in Russia, she was in second grade. She came home one day crying. Her mother asked why and she said on the back of her seat there was a swastika. This is a country that obviously does not want you.”
When the actress was seven her parents Mark, a mechanical engineer, and mum Elvira, a physics teacher, decided to move to the US with Mila and her brother Michael.