Look at these lovely photos of Mila Kunis by Boo George for the July 11th issue of Telegraph Magazine.
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How did you get involved with Gemfields?
They approached me about three years ago. At first I was a little confused because I didn’t realise that a gemstone could have a spokesperson! I always associated mining with such negative connotations, particularly with regards to diamonds, but then I went to Zambia and saw how ethically mined the gemstones were, how Gemfields gave back to the community; built schools and maternity wards, looked after the local people. Everything was incredibly transparent and I fell in love with the company – I fell in love with the country – and wanted to be a part of it.
How do you decide which brands to work with?
My general rule of thumb is; if I would buy it, then I would want to work with them. What made Gemfields different to doing just any jewellery line, was the story behind it. I met with Ian (Harebottle, CEO of Gemfields) who runs the company, and I loved everything that he stood for, and that’s what made the difference.
Do you think it’s important that you use your public profile to bring awareness to causes like this?
I think it’s important for people to endorse brands that they stand behind – as long as you know where it comes from and you stand behind it, then that’s the right choice. I would say today that it’s really important to educate yourself in where anything comes from and how it’s made. Working with Gemfields has educated me immensely, it’s taught me a lot from the ground up about how mining works in general, whether that’s diamonds or gemstones. It’s given me a very rich understanding of what makes a gemstones innately different to a diamond, and I think that’s why I gravitated towards the emeralds and the rubies.
What do you think it is about rubies that make them so special?
They are so rich in colour; there’s something about rubies that I find quite soft, but really fiery at the same time. They’re very warm. My grandmother’s engagement ring – we didn’t have engagement rings in Russia, so it was really her wedding ring – was a ruby. So, in a weird way, rubies represent love for me, that’s what I associate them with. I still have that ring and it means a lot to me.
What do you think it is about pieces of jewellery, particularly gemstones, that makes them so personal?
When I went to the mine, I learned that each and every gemstone has it’s own fingerprint. You can look at an emerald through a microscope and you can pin it down to the specific mine, the specific country – because every single piece of emerald has a fingerprint on it, every single piece of emerald is imperfect. It has a crack or a discoloration of sorts, it’s so specific to the country that it comes from. I thought that that was kind of beautiful and wonderful that each and every gemstone is unique. There’s something really special about that, that one is not like the other.
Source: Harper’s Bazaar UK
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The Wachowskis’ new movie won’t be rising this summer.
On Tuesday — roughly six weeks ahead of its July opening — Warner Bros. announced that “Jupiter Ascending,” the latest film from siblings Andy and Lana Wachowski, would be bumped eight months to Feb. 6, 2015.
Dan Fellman, the studio’s president of domestic distribution, said the last-minute move comes as a result of unfinished visual effects.
“We’ve been trying like hell to get this finished,” Fellman said. “But there are over 2,000 visual effects shots in the movie, and it’s just not gonna happen in time.”
But the trailer for “Jupiter Ascending,” which stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, was met with negative fan reaction when it debuted online in December. And according to those who have seen early pre-release audience surveys, the film was tracking in line with the studio’s other action flick, “Edge of Tomorrow,” which may debut with a disappointing $25 million this weekend. That would be a weak opening for a picture that cost Warner Bros. and partner Village Roadshow at least $150 million to produce.
In March the studio seemed to be moving full-steam ahead with the original release plan, sending Tatum and Kunis to CinemaCon, an annual movie theater owner convention in Las Vegas. Standing onstage in front of thousands of exhibitors, the actors read from a teleprompter about how the film would “make you look at things in a new way.” Set in the future, the film follows an Earth-bound janitor (Kunis) whose destiny changes when she meets an interplanetary warrior (Tatum). Tatum to play superhero Gambit, ‘X-Men’ producer says
Asked why the studio moved forward with that promotional push despite apparent post-production troubles, Fellman said he had long “been concerned about the production schedule, but we thought we could make it.”
“We got down to the wire and we just had to make a decision,” he said. “It doesn’t matter what anybody says. Nobody has seen the movie, so everybody is speculating. People said bad things about ‘World War Z’ when that got pushed, and look how that turned out.”
Meanwhile, the Wachowskis have not had a good run at the box office as of late. Though the three films in their “Matrix” franchise were hits, their last two films, “Speed Racer” and “Cloud Atlas,” flopped in North America. The latter film, starring Tom Hanks and Halle Berry, took in just $130 million worldwide against a $102-million production budget.
As for Warner Bros., its summer comedy “Blended,” starring Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler, launched with an underwhelming $17.7 million over the four-day Memorial Weekend holiday. And if “Edge of Tomorrow” does not perform exceptionally well overseas — where its star Tom Cruise is typically a big draw — the movie could prove to be another miss for the studio.
However, in recent years a number of films have seen success after major release date changes. As Fellman pointed out, Paramount’s Brad Pitt zombie flick “World War Z” — a film plagued by bad buzz — was pushed six months and went on to gross $540 million worldwide. In summer 2012, that same studio moved its “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” to March 2013, when it collected $375 million globally.
The happy couple of Hollywood, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are expecting their first-born and we hear that they have a new home now. Read on to find out…
Actors and parents-to-be Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have bought a new home at Beverly Hills here.
The duo bought a house worth $10 million, which they have planned to turn into a family home, reports a portal.
Celebrities Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Ziggy Marley, and Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban will now be called their neighbours.
Kunis confirmed her pregnancy during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week.
Mila Kunis waves to the audience while making an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Friday (May 9).
The 30-year-old pregnant actress opened up for the first time about expecting her first child with fianceAshton Kutcher!
Mila said that Ashton prepared for her pregnancy cravings by stocking their secondary fridge with all sorts of foods.
“He assumed that I was gonna have goofy cravings, so he stocked our secondary fridge with weird food,” Milasaid. “Just like pickles, and sauerkraut, or like anchovies, and ice creams…just inc ase at one point during this pregnancy I’d be like I really want something. And it happened last week, I was like oh my God, I need a pickle. Like it was just the weirdest thing. Like I needed this pickle and he was like hold on a second and disappeared in the backyard and came back with the most amazing dill pickle of all time.”
Mila Kunis gives an unintentional peek at her adorable baby bump as she crosses the street and heads out for the day on Saturday afternoon (May 3) in Hollywood.
It is still unknown as to when the 30-year-old pregnant actress is due.
According to Us Weekly, Mila “feels good” and “is having a good pregnancy,” which is great to hear!
The day before, Mila was spotted hiding behind a valet while arriving at a medical building for a checkup in Beverly Hills.