Actress Mila Kunis poses at the benefit gala for the 50th anniversary of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Beverly Hills, California, January 7, 2012. (Photo : Reuters)
Following her win as Esquire's "Sexiest Woman Alive," actress Mila Kunis is being added to the '50 Shades of Grey' mix as a potential for the role of Anastasia Steele. The 29-year-old actress recently appeared on the cover of Esquire, going topless and convincing many that she has exactly what it takes to play the innocent yet seductive lead role.
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Kunis, who stared in this summer's hit 'Ted,' also grabbed fans attention in an Esquire video, where she appears to be the right mix of seductive and silly. According to Gather Entertainment, her past roles in 'Friends with Benefits' and 'After Sex' prove that Kunis can play the multifaceted character.
The young star is not the only one that has been touted as a potential cast member for the bestseller's film adaptation. Fellow actresses Nina Dobrev, Emma Watson, Amanda Seyfried and Alexis Bledel have all been considered for the lead female role.
The film, which remains in pre-production, has yet to cast the lead role of Christian Grey although fans have continuously voiced their opinions of who they want to see get the role. Actors Ian Somerhalder, Matt Bomer, Michael Fassbender and Ryan Gosling are among those being rumored to have a shot.
A recent poll by Latinos Post reveals that actor Ian Somerhalder and actress Nina Dobrev, an off-screen couple and on-screen costars of 'The Vampire Diaries,' are among the top fan favorites. 'White Collar' actor Matt Bomer and 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' actress Emma Watson follow closely behind.
Although the film's cast has yet to be picked, the film confirmed that it had found a screenwriter in 'Terra Nova' creator Kelly Marcel. '50 Shades of Grey' also counts Mike De Luca and Dana Brunetti as producers.
According to HuffPost Entertainment, the rights of '50 Shades of Grey' were purchased by Universal Pictures and Focus Features earlier this year.
WATCH MILA KUNIS' ESQUIRE VIDEO