Did any of you guys know that James Franco is a Contributing Editor for Playboy? Because that's definitely news to us ... but it appears he really is and just conducted an interview with his "Oz: The Great and Powerful" costar Mila Kunis.
The 34-year-old chatted with the 29-year-old beauty for his Francofile column in the sexy mag, where they get frank (no pun intended) on paparazzi, aging in Hollywood, and kids.
"Dude, I can’t leave my house in Los Angeles," Kunis complained after she mentioning the joys of going out for a meal while they were shooting the film in Detroit.
"There’s no privacy," she vented. "Every sweet, mundane moment you have in life is photographed ... I’m running errands or going to the gym, so in all the photos you see of me I’m in sweatpants because it’s seven a.m. and I’m going to Pilates. I’ve now resorted to going to Pilates at six a.m. to see if I can beat the paparazzi."
Yeah, that doesn't sound ideal to us either.
Franco also got serious with the former "That '70s Show" actress, asking about Mila's future hopes.
"I don’t know, James, seriously, do you feel you could be an actor forever?" she replied.
"Yeah," he said. "Although, do you think it will get weird when you’re older?"
"I think for a woman it does," Kunis replied honestly. "... I think you have to choose. Do you want to have a life, or do you want to have a career? Sometimes you can find a happy medium, but in this industry it’s rare."
Click here to check out the full Francofile interview in Playboy, see what Mila says about potentially having kids! (Hear that, Ashton Kutcher?) Warning, there is some adult language in the interview -- it is Playboy afterall.
Also, be sure to catch the pair in "OZ: The Great and Powerful," in theaters March 8.