Mila Kunis and Mark Walberg were on location in Somerville, Mass just outside of Boston last night. TMRZoo was there. For those of you not familiar with the area, Somerville is at the opposite end of the subway line from Mark’s birthplace in Dorchester. To put this in perspective, Gone Baby Gone and The Departed are South Boston/Dorchester flicks. Somerville/Cambridge is more along the lines of Good Will Hunting and The Social Network.
The city landmark, The Somerville Theater, was used as the location for last night’s shooting. I bet the locals were happy to see a shooting in Somerville that didn’t involve an ambulance… but I digress. This tiny theater was done up to look 12 years in the past to 1999.
The Somerville Theater marquee was emblazed with the Premiere of Star Wars the Phantom Menace. I don’t know how Star Wars fits into the story line of Ted. I won’t even try to figure it out. From what I have read, Ted is about a Teddy bear that comes to life. This premise was used on Married with Children ripoff Unhappily Ever After and just recently in the Jodie Foster/Mel Gibson flop, The Beaver. Let’s see if it works the third time around.
This is Mila Kunis’ second film with a Lucas Arts association. In last year’s blockbuster, Black Swan, Mila plants her face between the thighs of Padmé Amidala (Natalie Portman) and performs oral sex. We have the screen caps here.
There is no news yet if there are any lesbian scenes in this Mila Kunis flick, I guess we will have to wait. If there are any racy parts in this movie, here is a little note to Director/Writer Seth MacFarlane… two Mila Kunis movies with non-nude sex scenes will not fly. If Mila Kunis is getting busy in this film, let’s get her naked…ok? It is time for Mila to drop the laundry.
So here are the photos from the set. Sorry we didn’t get pictures of the stars.