So if you do say anything about her, play nice.
"This industry can eat you alive," the actress told Interview (via UsMagazine.com) in a cover story. "I think it feeds you a lot of bullsh-t and then spits you right back out, and then you get caught up in it because so much of it is perception and opinion. The fact that there is no right or wrong is what I think is maddening. I think that you have to restrain yourself from Googling your name and have other hobbies and desires and wants."
One of the things she wants is to have a family in five years. She's not sure what she wants to do in terms of acting, but she'd love to produce. She admitted she has enough money that she doesn't have to stress about jobs.
"I actually live a very mediocre lifestyle," Mila said. "After doing [That '70s Show] for eight years and [Family Guy] for more than a decade, you are, financially speaking, in a very lucky position where you don't have to work for the sake of working. And I decided to take advantage of that. I don't live lavishly, so it's not like I have 20 assistants and travel privately and shop every day. I decided to step back and do things not just for the sake of doing them, but because I believe in them and I want to do them."
And another thing she seems to want to do is Ashton Kutcher. Maybe they are making up for lost time since appearing together in That '70s Show. To each her own.
Anyway, James Franco interviews Mila for the magazine and you can check out their full conversation here. It’s good. She keeps saying she has “no shame,” so maybe she shouldn’t worry so much about what other people think. Besides, most of us love her, right?
Sources: UsMagazine.com, Interview