Mila Kunis Talks Possible 'That 70s Show' Revival: ‘I Can’t Say No’ (Exclusive)

The actress spoke with ET about the 20th anniversary of the hit sitcom, and whether or not she’d ever want to see the characters return to TV for a revival season.

With the 20th Anniversary of That ‘70s Show coming up in August -- and revival mania sweeping the television landscape, Mila Kunis is opening up about the possibility of the hit period sitcom coming back to screens sometime in the future.

ET’s Nischelle Turner caught up with the 34-year-old actress and her 'Spy Who Dumped Me' co-star, Kate McKinnon, during the Lionsgate presentation at CinemaCon 2018 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Thursday, where Kunis said she doesn’t know if a revival would even work, given the show’s time setting, but she doesn't want to rule out the possibility.

“You know, maybe? I can't say ‘no,’ because we're all still very good friends, but we're all in such different places in our life,” she explained, adding that it would be even weirder to reprise the characters considering her real-life marriage to her former on-screen boyfriend, Ashton Kutcher. 

That 70’s Show came to an end in 2006, six years before Kunis and Kutcher sparked their romantic relationship. The couple ended up tying the knot in 2015, and share two children -- 3-year-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle and 1-year-old son Dimitri Portwood.

Kunis said that, aside from logistical questions, she doesn’t know if there’s the same kind of demand from fans that brought back Will & Grace, Full House or, most recently, Roseanne.

“We're not as interesting as Roseanne. Nobody wants to see us back together,” Kunis said, “[And] it'd be like [in the] 1990's.”

However, the show does have a loyal and dedicated fan base that has only grown since the show became available on streaming platforms.

“I have 16-year-olds being like, ‘I love your show!’ And I do the math and I'm like, ‘Oh, that's weird, ‘cause you weren't born,’” Kunis said. “It made me feel really old, I won't lie. I'm like, ‘Oh, I'm not as young as I once was.’”

While a That ‘70s Show reboot might not be on her agenda right now, fans will soon get to watch Kunis and McKinnon team up for their upcoming action comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me.

In the film, the leading ladies star as best friends who get embroiled in a world of spies and danger when it turns out one of their ex-boyfriends was actually a CIA agent on the run from assassins. The Spy Who Dumped Me hits theaters Aug. 3.