AceShowbiz - Mila Kunis and her husband Ashton Kutcher are forced to "power through" his health scare. On Monday (26.09.22), she told Entertainment Tonight they had no time to sit and talk about the actor's rare form of vasculitis which he contracted three years ago as they had to focus on caring for their young children at the same time.
"So, this happened right before Covid, so this was three years ago. I don't think you have time to sit down and talk, you kinda just power through. You go and deal with whatever health issue comes your way, but you still got kids, you still got a family, you have to live life," Mila, 39, said. "And I think that we are so fortunate to have one another, but as far as sitting there and incessantly talking about things, no - you gotta do."
Ashton's illness made headlines in August after the 44-yaer-old actor, who shares children Wyatt, eight, and Dimitri, six, with Mila opened up about the autoimmune flare-up, during an episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls, The Challenge".
Mila also spoke of how she easily dealt with harrowing material in her upcoming Netflix film "Luckiest Girl Alive", which tells of of TifAni "Ani" FaNelli, a New York woman whose seemingly perfect life is threatened when a crime documentary director interviews her about a shocking incident from her teen years. It sees Ani deal with a horrific past that included a school shooting and sexual assault.
Mila said, "I mean, I don't know if I'm gonna sound like a sociopath, but it wasn't that hard. I have a very healthy relationship when it comes to acting. I don't live and breathe it when I come home. I've always said this - who I am and what I do are two very different things."
"Understanding the why of the character is always the easiest way in, and I guess I reverse engineered it, so, I went like, 'How did she end up here?' These are the incidents that happened - can't control those incidents. You can't fault for those incidents."
"You have to forgive yourself for those incidents - that is the film. So, for me to do it, I think I approached it in an oddly logical way, and then allowed the emotions to then take over."