Mila Kunis shows her love for Barbara Streisand wearing a sweater depicting the legendary singer as she goes shopping in Los Angeles.
The Four Good Days actress wore a black graphic pullover sweater, light blue denim jeans, and white sneakers as she ran errands in her neighborhood.
She was spotted making a run to Best Buy in West Hollywood holding hands with her son Dimitri who looked adorable in a blue long-sleeve shirt, khaki pants, and blue loafers.
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Kunis is fresh off a trip to The Sundance Film Festival where she was promoting her latest project Four Good Days with co-star Glenn Close.
The film is based on the true story ‘of an addict, Molly (Kunis), who has been on heroin, methadone, crack, and Adderall for 10 years and shows no signs of recovering. She’s been in and out of detox 14 times, but she always goes back to getting high’ until she turns a leaf and decides to go through detox to change her life with the help of her mother (Close).
Husband Ashton Kutcher made a rare appearance for premiere night deciding to forgo the red carpet but posing with his wifey, Glenn Close, and Sundance extraordinaire Robert Redford before the screening of the film.
The 36-year-old star talked about why she took a hiatus from acting during the Chase Sapphire on Main panel during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, saying — “I went for a very long time in my career doing certain kinds of movies and then I had kids and a family and took a minute off,” Kunis explained. “I realized that for me to go and do work like this that encompasses your life, it has to be worth leaving your children [for], because I don’t see my family [during filming]. My kids are little.”