Opening July 29, Bad Moms centers on Amy Mitchell (Mila Kunis), an overextended career woman and mother who is taking an entirely new direction in her life. Although she’s always placed family first, she is now demanding her kids and deadbeat husband (David Walton) start having a bit more responsibilities around their house and in their own lives. The project also stars Kathryn Hall and Kristen Bell.
During the interviews for Bad Moms, Kunis admitted that she is a “massive political junkie,” and she is not afraid to share her political views, especially when it comes to anti-immigration rhetoric.
“What I have to say is based on what I find to be important and given that I am an immigrant and I came here on a refugee based visa,” says Kunis. “I have a very different opinion on what’s happening in the world today – but that is my experience.”
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