In July of 2009, Mila appeared with co-star Jason Bateman at the San Diego Comic-Con to present the first trailer for the Mike Judge film Extract.
She claims that she is an avid fan of the online video game World of Warcraft and plays whenever she has the time.
Mila was nearly ejected from Game 5 of the 2008 National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. She was yelling and swearing at, what she precieved to be, a lack of effort by her Dodgers.
During the hand-to-hand combat scenes in Max Payne with Mark Wahlberg, Mila found the scenes would be more realistic if she actually hit her co-star. Wahlberg suffered a number of bruises and contusions during filming.
In preparation for the film Max Payne, she trained with S.W.A.T. team instructors to learn how to handle a gun.
In Maxim Magazine, Mila was ranked #81 in their Hot 100 issue in 2008 and #47 in their Sexiest Women issue of 2006. In 2002, Mila was also ranked #54 in Stuff magazine's 102 Sexiest Women In The World.
As a child, Mila suffered from glaucoma and was required to inject steroids into her eyes to treat the condition.
As of 2009 Mila has been dating Macaulay Culkin for seven years.
She was the youngest cast member of That '70s Show. When she was auditioning for the part of Jackie, she was only 14 years old.
Mila started the autograph wall in Wilmer Valderrama's trailer.
Due to the fact that Laura Prepon is seven inches taller than Mila, Mila and Laura are often filmed sitting down for their scenes on That '70s Show. In other scenes, Mila wears platform shoes to give her extra height.
Mila is so terrified of bugs that she ran offstage when the "bug guy" appeared during her interview on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
She has a tattoo on her left wrist of 2 playing cards.
Mila has an unusual physical peculiarity: her left eye is green and her right eye is blue.
Mila Kunis: (in an interview about "Max Payne") Tight black shorts and a leather bustier and a black coat-type thing. It's almost impossible to look slightly coordinated in 5-inch heels in snow. But apparently, that's what assassins like to wear nowadays.
Mila Kunis: (about the filming of "Max Payne") I didn't enjoy the clothes very much. I enjoyed the guns and I enjoyed the training a lot.
Mila Kunis: (Talking about Family Guy) Because of the DVD releases is the reason we're back on the air. Maybe it's because of awareness. I really don't know why and how it happened, but it happened in the blink of an eye.
Mila Kunis: (Talking about the character of Meg on Family Guy) Well, at least for the first two or three years, she was just getting stepped upon, everyone was always making fun of her, and then finally, I'd say a year or two ago, she finally grew a backbone and started standing up for herself. And then she's cursing and yelling...she's more feisty now. I think maybe she's hit puberty in (the) cartoon world, and so she's a finally a little fun. She's fun to play now, as opposed to before when she was just a little loser-chick.
Mila Kunis: (talking about the success of Family Guy) It's all 100% due to the fans. You could not have a show that relied more on the fans. It's all because of them.
Mila Kunis: I am such a nerd. I'm not one of those girls that goes, "Ha, ha, hee, hee. I'm a nerd." No, no, no--my brain mentality is the same as a 12-year-old little boy. The video games that I play, the things that I like to watch--I'm a Trekkie. I'm so happy the nerds are finally winning.
Mila Kunis: (on living with Macaulay Culkin): We stay home. We're incredibly private, and I think we relish the privacy we do actually have and are able to sustain it. We enjoy each other's company. We like to read books or play video games or watch TV or go to the movies. And he's an amazing cook. He makes dinner every night.
Mila Kunis: My mom and my dad wanted my brother and I to have a better life, you know, better education, better jobs. It was probably harder, much, much harder, for my parents. When you're a kid, you can learn a language much more easily; I learned English in less than a year.
Mila Kunis: Teens are dealing with the same problems now in the '90s as they did back in the '70s, the only real difference is the clothes we wear.
Mila Kunis: (Talking about That '70s Show) I'm the baby on the show.
Mila Kunis: It's fun working on the set... I usually work about 10 and a half hours a day, and I also study about five of those hours. It can be tiring, but it's fun!
Mila Kunis: It's not the most normal life in the world, but I screw up plenty of times to be a normal teenager.
Mila Kunis: I started auditioning as just an after-school activity, and somehow it just led to something more.
Mila Kunis: My dad heard of a studio on the radio, and it was advertised as a place for kids to meet kids, and it was actually a studio, and that's where I met my manager and agent.
Mila Kunis: Acting was a total mistake. It was just something that happened as an accident.
Mila Kunis: My goal in life is to enjoy what I do, and never to look back and say I wish I would have done that, and to go to UCLA, and to become someone great in life!