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Mila Kunis Shares How She And Ashton Kutcher Were Able To ‘Power Through’ His Health Scare

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Mila Kunis is getting candid about how she and her family handled Ashton Kutcher’s health scare. ET’s Nischelle Turner spoke with Kunis ahead of the release of her new film, “Luckiest Girl Alive”, where she spoke about her husband’s battle with a rare form of vasculitis, and how the couple “powered through” that scary time. “So, this happened right before COVID, so this was three years ago,” Kunis said of the disease, which made headlines in August, after Kutcher opened up about the autoimmune flare-up, during an episode of “Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge”. “I don’t think you have time to sit down and talk, you kinda just power through,” the 39-year-old actress — who shares Wyatt, 8, and Dimitri, 6, with Kutcher — continued. “You go and deal with whatever health issue comes your way, but you still got kids, you still got a family, you have to live life.

And I think that we are so fortunate to have one another, but as far as sitting there and incessantly talking about things, no.

You gotta do.” Powering through is a concept that’s familiar to the couple. From their efforts to fundraise amid Russia’s invasion in Ukraine, to making a “That ’70s Show” reboot happen, the pair knows how to push a path forward. “That ’90s Show”, which is slated for a release on Netflix later this year or early next, sees the pair reunite for a very different look at life in Point Place.

Older and with kids of their own, Kunis promised that fans of the original will be “very happy” with the whole series, though she joked the actor playing her child in the ’90s spinoff is “way too old” to be hers. “First and foremost, my child, without giving too much away, in the show, is way too old to be my child,” Kunis quipped. “So, I was like,

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