Mila Kunis plays a good witch in the big-screen Oz the Great and Powerful, in theaters this weekend, and we're flashing back to her first-ever ET interview from when That '70s Show debuted, a fresh-faced teen welcoming the opportunity to make it big. Watch the video!
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That '70s Show first hit the TV airwaves back in the fall 1998, and at the time the Ukrainian-born Kunis kind of fibbed about her age to land her role, since the producers were looking for an 18-year-old actress. When they found out that Mila was nowhere near 18, they decided to keep her anyway because she was the ideal choice for the part.
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Asked by ET if she felt she might be on the verge of stardom, she replied, "I'm excited. I hope it's going to happen. I mean, I'm looking out for the show to be a big hit, but if it doesn't, I love this. … I just like this whole process. For me, it's exciting, it's awesome, but you never know what happens. "