• Wed, Dec 1 2010

Mila Kunis Spares Her Parents From Watching Her Sex Scene

Would you let your parents watch you have sex?

Of course not. So why would you let them watch you have sex while pretending to be someone else?

You wouldn’t. That’s why. And neither, in a wonderful moment of Hollywood normalcy, would Mila Kunis.

In case you hadn’t heard, Mila is starring in “Black Swan,” alongside Natalie Portman. In the movie, the two have a sex scene (yes — super hot). Apparently it’s all anyone’s asked them about while they’ve been doing press for the film, and it’s been very awkward all around.

But it’s also awkward, reports iVillage, for the very people it should be awkward for — Mila’s parents. The site states in an article that her dad didn’t want to see the movie at all, but that she convinced him instead to go and just get up and leave during the sexytimes:

when she went to the first screening with her parents, Kunis gave her dad the signal and he left the theater!
I’m sorry, but I think this is exactly as it should be. I would be 150% mortified if my parents ever saw me getting fake-down with someone. I mean, ew. I don’t care how open-minded you and your family are, or how evolved, or how much you all treat each other like grown-ups and have intellectual, non-confrontational, non-passive aggressive conversations over refined glasses of chardonnay. Some lines should never be crossed, and this is one of them.
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  • francesca

    this should tell you something that no lines should ever be crossed. Such a shame when a young actress crosses those lines for all the world to see.

    • Octavian

      Art is anything that expresses feeling, and the art has no limits. Movies are art. I guess crossing the line is when someone steals, lies or do other things, not doing a superb sex scene in a great movie.

      In the backyard of Rodin’s house in Paris, close to “The Thinker”, is the restroom and when the ladies get inside they can actually watch the men pee standing up by the side wall… that’s art too, though a different art… and for a few moments you feel there are no boundaries, you kinda feel you are an intrinsic part of Rodin’s superb art (here is me by Rodin’s Thinker http://www.myspace.com/octavian7 and here is the story if you want to read it… I rated the story PG21 so if you are too shy please don’t read it http://www.shirleymaclaine.com/encounter/showthread.php?t=212240 ) As I said Art is anything that expresses feeling. Octavian

  • Octavian

    Art is anything that expresses feeling, and the art has no limits. Movies are art. I guess crossing the line is when someone steals, lies or do other things, not doing a superb sex scene in a great movie.
    In the backyard of Rodin’s house in Paris, close to “the Thinker”, is the restroom and when the ladies get inside they can actually watch the men pee standing up by the side wall… that’s art too, though a different art… and for a few moments you feel there are no boundaries, you kinda feel you are an intrinsic part of Rodin’s superb art (here is me by Rodin’s Thinker http://www.myspace.com/octavian7 and here is the story if you want to read it… I rated the story PG21 so if you are too shy please don’t read it http://www.shirleymaclaine.com/encounter/showthread.php?t=212240 ) As I said Art is anything that expresses feeling. Octavian

  • George

    A sex scene is not a biggie and her parents should be proud of her, she is such a fine movie star.