Watch Mila Kunis And Glenn Close In The First Trailer For ‘Four Good Days’

Eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close is teaming up with Mila Kunis in the upcoming mother-daughter addiction drama, Four Good Days.

The film is based on the true story by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post writer Eli Saslow.

The film stars Kunis as Molly, a 31-year-old woman who begs her estranged mother Deb (Close) for help in fighting a fierce battle against the demons that have derailed her life. Despite all she has learned over a decade of disappointment, grief and rage, Deb throws herself into one last attempt to save her beloved daughter from the deadly and merciless grip of heroin addiction.

Stephen Root, Sam Hennings and Joshua Leonard co-star in the film, which is set to be released inside theaters on April 30.

The film first premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival to mostly positive reviews. Nearly every critic enjoyed Close and Kunis’ performances, but some had complaints with the overall story.

Check out the trailer below…

Mila Kunis Set To Star In Film Adaptation Of ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ For Netflix

Adaptations are perhaps hotter than sequels right now in Hollywood. There are several authors out there getting big paychecks from studios.

Just take a look at Jessica Knoll and her 2015 New York Times bestselling novel, Luckiest Girl Alive.

The mystery novel is getting made into a film by Netflix, and Mila Kunis just signed a deal to star in the adaptation.

The plot centers on Ani FaNelli, a sharp-tongued New Yorker who appears to have it all: a sought-after position at a glossy magazine, a killer wardrobe, and a dream Nantucket wedding on the horizon. But when the director of a crime documentary invites her to tell her side of the shocking incident that took place when she was a teenager at the prestigious Bradley School, Ani is forced to confront a dark truth that threatens to unravel her meticulously crafted life.

Knoll’s deal is really neat because she’s also writing the screenplay, which is not something that happens a lot. Most of the time, the studio brings in a veteran screenwriter to take on the project.

Mike Barker will direct the film, and Kunis will produce. No word on a potential release date, but we’ll keep you posted.

In the meantime, you can read the novel, so you’re greatly disappointed by the film.

Mila Kunis And Kristen Bell Star In The Hilarious Red Band Trailer For ‘Bad Moms’


Forgetting Sarah Marshall came out almost 10 years ago, but it’s still one of my favorite comedy films. Not only did it have a lot of laughs, but it also had a lot of heart, which is something you want when watching a romantic-comedy.

But why am I talking about Forgetting Sarah Marshall right now? Because both Kristen Bell and Mila Kunis starred in the film, and they’re teaming up again for the upcoming comedy film titled Bad Moms. Kunis has the lead role in the movie and plays an overworked (and exhausted) mother who has finally reached her breaking point.

After calling out the “perfect mothers” at her child’s school function, she joins forces with two other equally stressed mothers (Bell and Kathryn Hahn) and they all work together to make life hell for the “perfect mom” leader played by Christina Applegate.

The red band trailer for the movie was just released online and it’s absolutely hilarious. I know we say that a lot on this site, but would it help if I said I really mean it this time? The final 30 seconds are probably the most hilarious, so make sure you watch the whole thing.

Bad Moms will hit theaters July 29, 2016. I’ll buy a ticket.


8 Celebrities Reveal Their First On-Screen Kiss


We all remember our first kiss. I was 12-years-old and playing an intense game of “Truth or Dare?” with some friends. We all had been eating junk food most of the night, so when our lips made contact, it tasted like an explosion of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and French onion dip. It was the most delicious kiss I have ever had.

But enough about me. Let’s talk about your favorite celebrities. Check out the list down below to get all the juicy details.



No. 8 – Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe didn’t receive his first on-screen kiss until the fifth Harry Potter film. And Radcliffe admitted the long wait made him even more nervous. He also said that it took several takes to get it right, which actually helped him get over his nerves. After a few takes, Radcliffe said that “it was sort of like any other scene, which is never really what people want to hear. It doesn’t really feel any different, because you are still acting.”



No. 7 – Jesse Eisenberg

The talented 31-year-old actor has locked lips with several women now, including Kristen Stewart and Emma Stone. But back in 2002, when Jesse was just 18-years-old, he received his first on-screen (and real life) kiss. He shared the special moment with Jennifer Beals while filming Roger Dodger. And according to an old report from the Chicago Tribune, Jennifer had no idea it was Eisenberg’s first kiss in real life.

“That’s interesting. Well, he — he did a good job.” She said.



No. 6 – Dakota Fanning

Technically, Dakota Fanning’s first on-screen kiss was with Thomas Curtis in 2002’s Sweet Home Alabama. She was just 7-years-old at the time, and she doesn’t really count it as her first on-screen kiss because it was just a little peck. Her first real kiss was shared with Kristen Stewart in The Runaways. And Fanning admitted she was happy to share the moment with Stewart: “It’s out of the way, and it was with my friend and a girl—no pressure.”



No. 5 – Alia Shawkat

Anything involving Michael Cera is going to be a little awkward. During an interview, Shawkat admitted that a kiss she shared on the Arrested Development set was her first on-screen and real life kiss. Experiencing your first kiss in front of a bunch of people with cameras sounds awkward enough, but she also revealed that her Dad was on set watching. And then you can’t forget that her character (Maeby) and Cera’s character (George Michael) are non-biological cousins, though, at the time of their first kiss they still believed they were actually related.



No. 4 – Kirsten Dunst

Can you guess who Kirsten Dunst shared her first on-screen kiss with? Brad Pitt. That’s right, back in 1994 a 12-year-old Dunst kissed Pitt during, Interview With The Vampire. She admits that kissing Brad Pitt made her popular with her friends; however, she called the experience disgusting.

“Everyone at the time as like, ‘You’re so lucky you kissed Brad Pitt,’ but I thought it was disgusting, I didn’t kiss anyone else until I was 16. I think. I was a late bloomer.”


No. 3 – Aaron Paul

I don’t know about you, but I can’t look at Aaron Paul without thinking about Breaking Bad. But long before we were introduced to the greatest show on television, the 35-year-old actor got his big break on a little show called Beverly Hills, 90210. During his appearance on the show, Paul had his first on-screen kiss during a terrible production of Romeo & Juliet.

Click here to check out the clip (it will open in a new window)



No. 2 – Mila Kunis

As you all know, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are a real life couple now. The 31-year-old actress gave birth to their first child together in October, 2014. But before they decided to give it a try in real life, Mila and Ashton’s characters on That ’70s Show had an on-off relationship.

Back in 2001, Kunis told People that Ashton Kutcher was her first kiss. She also admitted to being very nervous, because she had a huge crush on him: “I was like, ‘Oh, he’s so cute, it’s the Calvin Klein model!’ … Then I was like, ‘I have to kiss him?’ I was so nervous and uncomfortable. I had the biggest crush on him.”



No. 1 – Josh Hutcherson

Just like Dakota Fanning, Josh Hutcherson technically shared his first on-screen kiss at a fairly young age. He was just 11-years-old when he had his first real life/on-screen kiss during the movie Little Manhattan. However, his first real big kiss came during the first Hunger Games film. He had the privilege of kissing Jennifer Lawrence, and unlike most of the celebrities on this list, he’s certainly not complaining.

“I haven’t had any bad ones. You’re my first real big kiss in a movie.” He told Lawrence during an interview with CNN.

Movie Review: The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (2014)

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3.5 stars

Even though it hasn’t been heavily advertised, I just had to see this movie. Why? Because it includes some of my favorite actors including Robin Williams, Mila Kunis and even Peter Dinklage (the man who puts the Pimp in Imp in Game of Thrones). I went with no idea of what it was about or even what genre it was in. I went in because I was that sucked in by the headliners.

Luckily, the premise was wonderful. Robin Williams plays Henry, a man who is always angry and always in a bad mood. After getting pissed off at his doctor Dr. Sharon Gill (Mila Kunis), because she tells him he has a brain aneurysm, he goes on a crazy rant. That rant irritates Sharon, who makes a huge error in judgment and chooses to tell Henry that he only has 90 minutes left to live. Henry storms out, and then decides with his last hour and a half to make amends with the people he has hurt due to his anger.

The movie is sticky sentimental, as is often the case with Robin Williams’ films, but it still works, maybe because it’s a Robin Williams film. It’s well paced. The movie dips between who Harry is now and how he got that way, via the use of flashbacks. As with all Robin William’s movies, there is a terrible tragedy in his characters past.

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They also manage to parallel Kunis’ character’s story easily into the movie, as she clearly has her own issues. The movie sends her on a romp through New York City, hunting down Henry and resolving her problems.

Dinklage plays Henry’s estranged younger brother and the interaction between the two of them is fantastic, being both dramatic and hilarious. One of the big problems that Henry has is how little time he has to make amends. As a result, no one believes him when he tries and by the time they do, it’s too late.

I think this movie could have used a little bit more actual comedy and a little less of the frantic pace. I understand the guy has 90 minutes to live, but it was exhausting to watch and the characters didn’t feel fully developed, other than the stars.


Phil Alden Robinson is a Hollywood legend when it comes to directing, and he came out of semi-retirement after 10 years to make this movie. He brought us movies like Field of Dreams and the Sum of All fears, so this guy knows his way around a great script.

The Angriest Man in Brooklyn isn’t as good as the actors that star in it. Despite that fact that Henry allegedly has 90 minutes to live, the film comes in at only 78 minutes and a lot of it feels rushed and frantic. William’s ratings are great, but are overdone for the purposes of trying to squeeze a laugh out of the audience in what is actually a very depressing movie.

Despite all that, it’s still worth the watch, thanks to the efforts of the actors involved.  Watch the official Trailer below:

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