Say cheese! Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are starring in a Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix commercial that will air during the Super Bowl
The celebrity couple are being featured in an advertisement for Cheetos and will reunite on screen for the first time since appearing together in That ’70s Show.
A cryptic teaser for the commercial – which will air during the big NFL clash on February 7 – shows Mila standing in a dark room and giving a dramatic monologue to the camera.
A new venture: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are starring in a Super Bowl commercial
He likes the taste: The celebrity couple will feature in an advertisement for Cheetos and will reunite on screen for the first time since appearing together in That ’70s Show during the big NFL clash on February 7
The 37-year-old actress tearfully says: ‘What exactly are you insinuating? You think that I would do that to you, to go behind your back after everything that we’ve been through? I can’t even look at you.’
The Bad Moms star abruptly breaks character and turns to face rapper Shaggy – who is unimpressed with her performance.
In the clip, he tells her: ‘Just stick to the line I gave you.’
The Hollywood star then begins to practice the monologue again as Shaggy’s hit It Wasn’t Me plays in the background.
There she is: His wife Mila is seen in photos that Ashton pulls from an envelope
Happy days: Kutcher and Kunis ay the 6th Annual Breakthrough Awards in 2017
Another clip showed Ashton, 42, opening an envelope with black and white photographs and an empty bag of Cheetos’ new Crunch Pop Mix.
Meanwhile, Mila previously revealed that she discovered new things about Ashton during the coronavirus lockdown – particularly how he is better homeschooling their children.
Mila – who has Wyatt, six, and Dimitri, four – said: ‘It’s really hard to learn things about each other 20 years into a friendship.
‘We’re homeschooling our kids now. We’re piggybacking on what the school’s Zoom sessions are doing and extending on that. And I have learned about myself, I am not a good teacher.
His big TV show: THAT ’70S SHOW – Top row L-R: Wilmer Valderrama, Ashton, Danny Masterson, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon. Center L-R: Don Stark, Tanya Roberts, Mila Kunis, Lisa Robin Kelly, Debra Jo Rupp, Kurtwood Smith
‘I clearly don’t have that skill set, but my husband is fantastic at it, so I think that’s something I’ve learned about you – although you’ve always been good at explaining things, so I guess that’s understandable.’
This comes after his That 70s Show co-star Tanya Roberts died from a UTI; her rep announced she had passed but then Ashton reportedly told 70 Show co-stars she was alive. Roberts died soon after.
In 2020, he told Ellen DeGeneres has ‘never pandered to celebrity’.
His lockdown look: In 2020, he told Ellen DeGeneres has ‘never pandered to celebrity’
The actor has defended the daytime talk show host during the ongoing workplace investigations into her program, and he suggested she has always behaved with ‘respect’ and ‘kindness’ towards him and his team.
He tweeted: ‘I haven’t spoken with @TheEllenShow and can only speak from my own experience. She & her team have only treated me & my team w/ respect & kindness.
‘She never pandered to celebrity which I always saw as a refreshing honesty. When things aren’t right she handles it and fixes.’
Although one follower insisted she only treats him positively because he’s famous, he claimed that’s not the case.
He replied: ‘But it extends to my team and people she didn’t even know I work with.’