Mila Kunis’ Last Name Is Apparently Too Close To Something Really Filthy In Russian — Which Is BAD News For Bad Moms Ads!

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Mila Kunis is one of the biggest names in Hollywood, so you think it would be perfect advertising for her new comedy Bad Moms.

But apparently, that’s not the case on the other side of the globe — because Russian ad agencies wouldn’t put up the movie’s billboards over sexual innuendos used with the actress’ last name.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the St. Petersburg agencies weren’t fans of the advertising slogan “Do you want some Kunis?”

Related: Mila Will NOT Raise Her Kids To Be Spoiled Brats!

Why? Because apparently, the 33-year-old’s last name sounds close to the Russian word for “cunnilingus”!

Google translate shows the naughty word translates to “├É┬║├æ╞Æ├É┬╜├É┬╜├É┬╕├É┬╗├É┬╕├É┬╜├É┬│├æ╞Æ├æ┬ü” or “kunnilingus”. Take note, Ashton Kutcher!

While this cheeky advertisement would probably get a pass elsewhere — especially since Kunis does get some kunnilingus in the film — conservative Russian legislator Vitaly Milonov praised the agencies for “saving the city’s pride,” telling local press:

“We couldn’t care less about the distributor’s interests and opinion. St Petersburg is the cultural capital, and you shouldn’t bring all kinds of trash here.”

Since the actress speaks fluent Russian, maybe she could defend the use of her namesake?

Either way, we’re all about the cunning linguistics used to market the outrageous comedy!

[Image via STX Entertainment.]

Sep 2, 2016 2:49pm PDT

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