Mila Kunis' hellish humour
'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' actress Mila Kunis fears her dark sense of humour will see her end up in hell when she dies.
Mila Kunis says she is going to hell.
The 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' actress fears her dark sense of humour will see her condemned to eternal damnation when she dies.
She said: "I'm going to hell so fast. Like, on an escalator. It's going to be a straight shot. There is not even going to be a stop in limbo."
Mila voices the character of Meg Griffin in hit US sitcom animation 'Family Guy' and says she can't get enough of the show's sardonic storylines.
The 26-year-old brunette beauty told Details magazine: "It takes a lot to offend me. I mean, I'm sensitive to certain things. I haven't figured them out yet. But I'm sure they are there.
"There was a 'Family Guy' skit three or four years back, for instance. It was a whole musical number about prom night Dumpster babies. The skit is all about young girls on prom night giving birth to babies and throwing them in the trash. I said, 'This is f***ed up!' You have to see it!"
Although Mila fails to find the animation's risque plots upsetting, she admits she does get tired of being asked about her former 'That '70s Show' co-star Ashton Kutcher.
She explained: "A woman asked me, 'So! Was Ashton a prankster on set?' I went, 'Oh my god, for real?' That's when I know an interview is going sour - when they ask me what it was like kissing Ashton.
"The show has been off air for four years. It's just no longer cute or funny."