April 26, 2012 04:32:25 GMT
The 'Black Swan' star says that Theodora in 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' is a 'good person who gets her heart broken', and reveals that she's prepared a short film which will beat 'The Hills' parody.
While director Sam Raimi remains short spoken about details of "Oz: The Great and Powerful", Mila Kunis spilled some hints about her character Theodora. Speaking to MTV News when attending the 2012 CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Wednesday, April 25, the "Black Swan" actress revealed that she will play some sort of broken-hearted young girl.
"She's a good person who gets her heart broken," Kunis explained. "What happens to young ladies when their heart gets broken." When MTV urged her to elaborate if Theodora will turn into a horrible evil witch, the brunette beauty smiled and said, "You said it, not me."
When asked what else fans should know about "Oz", the Ukraina-born actress reluctantly answered, "Sam Raimi [directed the movie]. What else do you need? [Also] James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz. That's all you need."
"Oz", which is due to be released in the U.S. on March 8, 2013, tells the story of the origins of the Wizard. They include Oz's famous witches like Glinda, who becomes the Good Witch of the North, and Evanorah, who becomes the Wicked Witch of the East.
Aside from talking about "Oz", Kunis opened up that she's prepared a new short movie with Franco during the downtime of "Oz" filming. Without unveiling too much details of it, the "Friends with Benefits" star promised that the new project is going to beat "The Hills" parody, which she also co-starred with Franco.
"In the process, James and I had another collaboration that may or may not ever see the light of day," she said. "That was one of the many shorts that James shoots. That might go down in history as my favorite."
"I will not talk about it until it is shown, because it beat 'The Hills'. It's a whole other short that we shot. It was of the more fun experiences once could ever have," Kunis added. As for the genre of the short, the actress said, "Horror? Horror. It wasn't dirty. In case you're going in that direction."