Starring in bad movies can have a lot of consequences for Hollywood actors and actresses. They can lose a great deal of money and even lose out on future roles. However, there's another thing that they can potentially lose when they star in bad films: pride. Mila Kunis recently went on The Late Late Show with James Corden, and her inability to recall plot details from the atrocious Jupiter Ascending resulted in her eating some truly gross stuff. Check out the video below to see for yourself.
Mila Kunis recently appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to face off against Christina Applegate in a game called Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts. The overarching premise of the game is simple enough: one must answer a series of questions truthfully, or eat some of the most vile, disgusting items that we have ever laid eyes on. Eventually it's Mila Kunis' turn to play, and James Corden simply asks her to explain the plot of Jupiter Ascending. Nothing super in-depth, just the bare bones outline of the overall plot. From the very moment he asks the question, it's abundantly clear that she won't be able to answer it, and as such the crowd gets jittery with excitement.
Out of all the nasty food items placed on that table, Mila Kunis gets tasked with eating one of the most disgusting: a cow tongue. Nervously laughing, she tells Christina Applegate to look away as she bites into the sickening piece of food -- an action that causes a nauseated groan from the crowd. To her credit, Kunis takes it like a champ as she downs her bite of the cow tongue and aggressively tries to wash the taste out of her mouth with a glass of water.
In all fairness, this is probably not the first time that Mila Kunis has regretted her role in Jupiter Ascending. The actress has more or less become widely known for her comedic roles over the years, and The Wachowskis' sci-fi epic showed an earnest attempt to step out of her comfort zone and try something new. Sadly, the something new in this case turned out to be a train wreck of a convoluted movie that couldn't be saved by a strong cast featuring Kunis, Channing Tatum and even Eddie Redmayne.
If you haven't checked out the above video, do yourself a favor and check it out -- unless you have an incredibly sensitive stomach. Actors can live charmed lives, but sometimes their failures can have some truly gross results. Jupiter Ascending was an undoubtedly a terrible film, but we're not quite sure if any film is bad enough to warrant making someone eat a cow tongue.