What Lengths Do Paparazzi Go for Mila Kunis?
June 22, 2012
Amid Alec Baldwin's recent incident with the paparazzi, The Insider asked the stars at the premiere of Ted where they draw the line when it comes to interactions with the paparazzi.
"At my house, in my garage," Mila Kunis replied when asked where she draws the line. As she has risen to stardom in the past years, the 28-year-old actress revealed that the paparazzi have even gone to the extreme lengths of taking her photo at her grandfather's funeral.
Although a big star himself, Kunis' co-star Mark Wahlberg said that the paparazzi don't generally bother him as much as you might expect.
"As long as they're not saying anything rude or disrespectful," he said. "I live a pretty boring life so there's nothing exciting going on whenever they see me, so how many pictures can they take of me going to the supermarket?"
Wahlberg also talked about filming scenes with the titled stuffed bear, who is an animation and wasn't physically there. "It took a little getting-used-to at first because I'm used to working opposite other actors," he said
The film's creator Seth MacFarlane, who also plays the voice of the animated stuffed bear, claimed that he had never had a teddy bear growing up as a child. "This is an entirely fictitious endeavor," he said.
MacFarlane's co-worker from Family Guy, Patrick Warburton (the voice of "Joe Swanson") talked about what keeps MacFarlane successful and interesting.
"He's extremely sharp, humorous, and goes for the jugular too," said Warburton. "He's fearless and I think it's that fearless aspect that makes him intriguing 'cause his perspective works and at the same time he's anything but cautious."
Check out the full interviews above with the stars of Ted, which is in theaters June 29.