VIDEO: Mila Kunis — In Russian — Dresses Down Reporter, Defends Justin Timberlake

· As if your crush on Mila Kunis wasn't big enough, the Friends With Benefits star used fluent Russian during a press conference last week to dress down a female reporter who wondered why Justin Timberlake stopped being a musician. Sure, you could deduct points from Kunis's badass scorecard because she was actually born in the Ukraine -- thus making her Russian language skills slightly less impressive -- but don't be a hater. Click ahead to watch, then stick around for more Buzz Break.

Per, Kunis says something along the lines of, "Why movies? Why not? What kind of question is that? Why are you here?" Burn. [via]

· The non A-list cast of Wet Hot American Summer (read: not Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks) got together in Brooklyn last night to celebrate the 10th anniversary of that cult film. Rudd and Poehler sent videos along, however, while cast members Ken Marino and Janeane Garofalo showed up in character. [Vulture]

· Melisa Wallack -- the writer on the Relativity Media version of Snow White -- has been hired by Universal for Emily the Strange. Chloe Moretz is attached to star in adaptation as the "punky goth cult figure." [THR/Heat Vision]

· Morgan Spurlock and Hulu are teaming for the online viewing hub's first ever series, A Day in the Life. The documentary-y series will focus on days in the lives of famous people like Richard Branson, and Girl Talk. [Deadline]


  • lama says:

    it would be better with subtitles ... but it is funny indeed even without understanding russian...

  • Non says:

    Many Ukrainians speak Russian so why doubt her ability to do so? Her parents probably spoke both languages fluently.

  • 2+2=5 says:

    The translation is pretty accurate, although the reporter didn't mean her question to be negative, she was probably just expecting some standard cliche response from Timberlake, but Mila just attacked her back. Don't think it was justified.
    She has a slight sexy accent, but all in all she speaks Russian very nicely.