Mila Kunis: Glenn Close Has Another Hidden Talent Besides 'Da Butt' Dance
Mila Kunis' screen mother on "Four Good Days" had some amazing days in planking challenges on the set. (Watch the video beneath.)
Glenn Close, who enchanted the current year's Oscars by moving to "Da Butt," flexed her stomach may against the "Four Good Days" group.
Kunis told "The Late Show" have Stephen Colbert on Thursday that chief Rodrigo Garcia would out of nowhere report a board challenge during the extraordinary shooting for the dependence dramatization.
"We're similar to in this horrendous scene with everybody crying, it's heroin, it's truly miserable, and Glenn resembles, 'I'm prepared,' focuses in and is important for a board challenge each and every day," Kunis said. "She's with the grasps holding her board and Glenn has won all of those board difficulties."
That gives Close a lovely assorted resume: eight-time Oscar chosen one, "Da Butt" artist and board champion.
Kunis summarized it: "She's great."