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'I was a good kid'

None of that tabloid stuff for 'Max Payne' actress Mila Kunis, who has had a quiet, 7-year relationship with Macaulay Culkin.

October 16, 2008|Cristy Lytal | Special to The Times

Unlike the crew, Kunis couldn't dress for the weather. "Tight black shorts and a leather bustier and a black coat-type thing. It's almost impossible to look slightly coordinated in 5-inch heels in snow. But apparently, that's what assassins like to wear nowadays. "I'm not even that short. I look a little shorter than I am. I get into arguments all the time to the point where I've won hundreds of dollars over my height. People don't like to bet $10 in L.A. They're always like, 'I'll bet you 200 bucks.' "

After Toronto, Kunis has been appreciating filming Mike Judge's new comedy "Extract" in Woodland Hills, Reseda and Commerce. "I play a kleptomaniac employee who's a pathological liar," she says.

While Kunis has been working nonstop this year, "That '70s Show" gave her enough of a cushion that she can be choosy about her roles. And she'd much rather play an assassin or kleptomaniac than a damsel in distress or garden-variety love interest. "You've got to base your career on something other than being FHM's top 100 No. 1 girl. Your looks are going to die out, and then what's going to be left?"

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