Maybe it's just the fighting spirit instilled in her by her immigrant parents. Kunis came to the United States from the Ukraine when she was just 8 — but don't call her a trailblazer.
"My parents should sit down and talk about it," she said when the Esquire reporter asked her about moving to the States. "They're the ones who went through hell and back, who gave everything up. I didn't do anything. I was eight years old, and I tagged along."
The one thing she does know for sure? She really loves NYC.
"Right now, I like New York for two months, three months, and then I like to get out of New York. I like the idea of New York, where everybody keeps to themselves and then congregates and disperses," she told the magazine, adding that she has an apartment in the West Village. "I like that people aren't in your business. You get together, but everybody's got somewhere to be."