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Mila Kunis Wants to be in Superhero Movie, Then Retire

The ‘Ted’ actress explains how she would be happy giving up acting after being a superhero.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: July 27th, 2012 in Culture » Film » News

Mila Kunis Wants to be in Superhero Movie, Then Retire

Mila Kunis is only 28 years old, yet she is already discussing retiring.

In a recent interview with Heat magazine, the ‘Ted’ actress expressed her yearning to star in a superhero film.

“Once I do a really awesome superhero movie, I’m done,” she boldly told the magazine.

“Not a cheesy one, but a solid cool superhero. Like Superman, but a woman. And cooler.”

Kunis also explains how she lives vicariously through the superhero character created by ‘Family Guy’ co-star Seth Green, that is apparently based on her.

Green asked Kunis’ permission to base the main character in his Freshman comic book entitled ‘The Puppeteer’ on her, and she obviously gave her blessing.

“And when he was doing it he asked what I wanted my powers to be and I was like, ‘I want big boobs and a big old ass and a cape,” Kunis shared.

“So he drew these awesome pictures that from the neck up look like me, but from the neck down look like Pamela Anderson with a cape… I look so hot, I can’t even tell you. And she can enter people’s minds. So I’m living vicariously through what my character’s doing in that comic.”

The good news for Kunis is that Seth Green has expressed interest in get his Freshman character funded as a film project. Now we just wait and see.

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