Could you tell us something about your future project?
Yes. I'm in the middle of filming the remake of "Mr. Woodcock", a timeless classic whose significance has not been perceived by viewers.
How famous do you think you are, on a scale of one to ten?
I made a poll a couple of weeks ago. I think I'm a one in Chicago, but a nine in Mongolia.
If you’re at karaoke, what’s your song of choice?
I have a great time singing "Kids in America" by Kim Wilde.
Mila, do you like chipmunks?
For which reason you do not like chipmunks?
To be honest, they reek! And one chipmunk bite my cousin's funny bits. This is one of the motives I become an artist, so I may rethink my relation with chipmunks.
You are always so strapping. How do you do that?
I have embraced the Blue Diet: in September I eat exclusively blue foods, like blueberries, blue corn, robin's eggs and my special Smurf hash.
Do you use an alias when you make reservation for, say, a flight? You know, to protect your privacy and to excape stalkers and fans
Absolutely! I go to extremes to evade those nuisances. We generally adopt the alias "Mila Kanis".
In an essay published on European Transactions on Humanistic Dynamism, dr. Charles X. Howard observed that your movies are "a tragic personification of modern pragmatic organicism". Anything to add?
Actually, it is evident that in his last paper printed on International Annals of Emerging Logocentrism, prof. Steven K. Phillips totally disproved that implausible assumption.
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