Mila Kunis' parents didn't want her to act, and only let her do it on the provision she aced her school work.
Mila Kunis wouldn’t complain if her daughter became a doctor.
The actress and her fiancé Ashton Kutcher welcomed baby Wyatt in October and while the babe may not yet be out of diapers, there is already speculation over whether she’ll follow in her famous parents’ footsteps.
Mila isn’t quite ready to think about that; although she does have lofty ambitions for the little one.
“I’m not really worrying about that now… However, if my kid could be a doctor or a lawyer that would be great because this industry is based on rejection,” Mila told the British edition of Hello! magazine.
“That’s the first thing you learn; the word ‘no’. My parents never wanted me to act. I was only allowed to keep doing it if I got straight As in school.”
Her hard work at both school and in her acting jobs has certainly paid off, and Mila debuted on the Forbes list of the world’s most powerful celebrities in 2013.
She has two films currently in post-production, with sci-fi adventure Jupiter Ascending likely to be a box-office smash when it’s released later this week thanks to its all-star cast, including Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne.
Other than Jupiter Ascending and animated flick Hell & Back, the 31-year-old is taking some time out of the spotlight.
“I have worked on wonderful projects but I’m also glad to be able to take some time off now. When you have worked in this business for over 20 years, you eventually figure out that it’s not real life. Although I love acting, I’ve always wanted a life away from showbiz,” she revealed.
Copyright: Cover Media 2015
Monday, 02. February 2015