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Esquire Names Mila Kunis ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’

Esquire has named Mila Kunis 2012′s “sexiest woman alive.” In an interview with the magazine, Kunis said the usual boring famous people stuff, but she perked up a bit when asked about politics:

The way that Republicans attack women is so offensive to me. And the way they talk about religion is offensive. I may not be a practicing Jew, but why we gotta talk about Jesus all the time? And it’s baffling to me how a poor person in Georgia can say, ‘I’m a Republican.’ Why?

Stay tuned for GOP supporters asking Esquire for a recount.

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Bar Refaeli Tops Annual Maxim Hot 100 List

According to Maxim readers, Bar Refaeli is the most beauftul woman in the world. The latest Maxim Hot 100 List — available on newsstands May 29 — was picked by the magazine’s fans. Refaeli beat out Olivia MunnMila KunisKaty Perry and Olivia Wilde for the top spot.

Refaeli told Maxim that she was “truly honored” to have won, but she might want to reconsider that statement. She did beat out those lovely ladies mentioned above, which is great. But a cartoon, Stephen Colbert and Amanda Knox — yes, the woman who maybe murdered her friend — also made the Hot 100 List, so Refaeli should probably take the honor with a grain of salt.

Maxim’s editors, however, were excited that readers chose Refaeli. She “puts the ‘promise’ in the Promised Land,” they explained. We have no idea what that means, but it sounds like a compliment.

In 2011 Mila Kunis Moved Magazines, Justin Bieber Did Not

If you’re into big names, WWD has a great roundup of the best (and worst) selling magazine covers featuring celebrities this year. While some celebrities made for an up and down impact — Kim Kardashian, for one — others meant great (0r terrible) numbers for titles.

Mila Kunis was the big winner of the year. If a magazine had her on the front, people were buying it. Her GQ cover was the title’s best-seller, but there was more:

She took to W in March and delivered sales 15 percent above average for the fashion monthly. She was the February cover star of Cosmopolitan and brought in 1.7 million sales, which is nearly 10 percent better than the monthly’s average for the first half. And then she graced the cover of Elle in August in a portrait with Justin Timberlake, which brought in 250,000 sales, fourth best of the year for Elle.

We get the Kunis thing. She’s smart, funny, successful and well, someday your FishbowlNY editors hope to have hair that fabulous.

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Mila Kunis Keeps Her Word, Takes Marine to Ball

Days after her friend (boyfriend? ex-boyfriend?) Justin Timberlake accompanied a fan to the annual Marine Corps Ball in Washington, D.C., Mila Kunis took Sgt. Scott Moore to his Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, N.C.

The 28-year-old actress was asked out via YouTube by Moore in July from Afghanistan.

Shortly after accepting, Kunis had to shoot down rumors she was backing out of her date due to a prior movie commitment.

Kunis, wh0 briefly attended Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (shameless plug of my old high school) before That’s ’70s Show fame, spoke to E! Online prior to the ball and said the one thing she was looking forward to the most was “talking to people and hearing their stories.”

U.S. Marine Takes Justin Timberlake as Her Date to Military Ball

Actor Justin Timberlake earned himself heaps of good press Saturday night when he accompanied a fan to the annual Marine Corps Ball in Washington, D.C. Timberlake, 30, wrote on his website:

I felt so proud to be there. I felt like I was getting a chance to be among my heroes. It’s funny too because a lot of them are SO younger than me.

Corporal Kelsey DeSantis asked Timberlake for a date via a YouTube video. She was inspired by Sgt. Scott Moore, who scored a date with Timberlake’s Friends With Benefits co-star Mila Kunis with his own YouTube video. Timberlake encouraged Kunis to accept the invitation, and she’ll accompany Moore to the Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, N.C. on Nov. 18.

Image via JustinTimberlake.com

Meet, Meet The Famous

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FBLA sat down with Jordan Osher, Chief Executive Officer of the site Meet The Famous for a little Q and A:

FBLA: So how do you think our pictures of Helen Thomas would fly on your site?

JO: If there’s an exclusive, never before seen photo of Helen with a great story that people want to read about, I think there would be a following. Unlike all the other celebrity blogs and entertainment sites, MeetTheFamous.com is the only one that allows everyone to post and share their celebrity photos and stories with the world (and get paid for it!)

FBLA: Isn’t Miley Cyrus awesome?

JO:I think her enormous success speaks for itself. How many people can accomplish what she has accomplished before the age of 18, let alone in their entire lifetimes? We have seen a lot of Miley Cyrus postings on our site and the overall consensus is that she is really cool to her fans and awesome to see live in concert.

FBLA:Where do you think we’d get the better photos – AA meetings or methadone clinics?

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Comic-Con 2008: We’re Almost There!

comiccon01.gif Remember how we were going to Comic-Con to get you, dear readers, the inside scoop on all things geeky, nerdy and potentially lucrative?

Well… funny what happens when you leave L.A. at 10 a.m. and drive straight into a snarled knot of sweaty nerd traffic. Yep, we’re stuck on the freeway.

So, for now, we have no juicy bits of architectural news or close-up photos of Mila Kunis‘s breasts (that’s what you’ve been trolling the net for all day, isn’t it?)

On the bright side, not getting there at all, means we can’t get things wrong. Plus, we’ve learned a valuable travel tip that we can share with you: When stuck in a horrible traffic jam, if you encounter a taco stand that NOBODY ELSE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD is visiting, it’s not a “find.” It’s dysentery with windows. Do yourself a favor and keep driving.