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Mila Kunis says she's 'too sensitive' and wouldn't get into the industry today

Mila Kunis says she's 'too sensitive' and wouldn't get into the industry today

The actor earned her first acting credit in 1994

After spending decades working on both the small and big screen, Mila Kunis has admitted she couldn't cope with the film industry if she were just coming into it today.

The 39-year-old actor has won fans from various different performances over the years, but she earned her first acting credit with a role on Days of Our Lives in 1994.

Since then, Kunis went on to star in shows such as That '70s Show and Family Guy, as well as movies like Black Swan, Friends With Benefits, Bad Moms and, more recently, Luckiest Girl Alive.

Kunis has well and truly established herself among Hollywood stars - but she doesn't think she could do it again now.

Mila Kunis made a frank confession about the entertainment industry.
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The actor discussed the differences between actors getting into the industry in the '90s versus today, when social media is rife with people sharing their thoughts and opinions on pretty much everything it's possible to have thoughts and opinions about.

While doing promotion for Luckiest Girl Alive, Kunis told Yahoo! Entertainment she 'could not have done this if [she] came up in the time they're coming up in now'.

"I know - I'm too sensitive. I'm a very sensitive lady, and if someone looks at me the wrong way, I feel like I did something wrong," Kunis said.

The actor went on to admit that she looks at people's comments on the internet - aka the hub of the good, the bad and the ugly - and described people as being 'so mean'.

"It's just taken on a whole new world," Kunis explained.

She described herself as 'so lucky' to have been able to go through her time on That '70s Show while still being able to go out in public, saying she could go 'to a club' and not have to worry too much about the paparazzi because 'back then' the staff working the door of the club would 'have a relationship' with the photographers.

Kunis said: "There was an understanding of what photos were allowed [and] what photos weren't.

"I was able to live a life and experience my 20s and experience my youth in a really safe, awesome environment.

"You can't do that now. I don't know how - if I was 16 today - I applaud anybody who's like, 'I want to get in this industry today'."

Kunis' latest film Luckiest Girl Alive sees her star as a woman who seems to have everything under control before she finds herself faced with a trauma that threatens to unravel her entire life.

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Topics: Celebrity, Viral