Mila Kunis Bags A Role In Film Adaptation of Luckiest Girl Alive For Netflix

Luckiest Girl Alive Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis: American actor Mila Kunis has now bagged a role in the film adaptation of bestselling novel Luckiest Girl Alive for movie-streaming giant Netflix.

Luckiest Girl Alive is a novel written by Jessica Knoll which revolves around a woman named Ani FaNelli who seems to have everything in life. However, all of that falls apart when the director of a crime documentary compels her to open up about a shocking incident that happened when she was in her teens. Her  “meticulously crafted life” topples over.

Mike Barker who directed the series The Handmaid’s Tale will be directing the film. Knoll will be the screenwriter, and Kunis will be producing the film. She will be doing this along with Bruna Papandrea and Jeanne Snow for Made Up Stories and Erik Feig and Lucy Kitada for Picturestart under her banner ‘Orchard Farm Productions.’

Mila Kunis is represented by CAA and repped by the Curtis Talent Management and attorney Patti Felker. The Golden Globe nominee can currently be seen in the drama-comedy Breaking News in Yuba County. 

Read about the documentary ‘Operation Varsity Blues’ here.

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