Audrey (Mila Kunis) is shocked! Her boring ex-boyfriend (Justin Theroux) actually works as an international spy. Unexpectedly, a USB stick with explosive information falls into her hands – and an assassination attempt is carried out on her ex before her eyes. Together with her best friend Morgan (Kate McKinnon), she flees America. The CIA, Eastern European killers and a British secret agent chase the chaotic couple through the capitals of Europe.
For Mila Kunis (36) the shooting of “Bad Spies” (Sunday, 8.15 pm, Pro Sieben) was great fun. She did all the stunts that were possible herself. For the wife of Ashton Kutcher, with whom she has two children, no problem.
“As a mother, you develop superhuman powers. That should be enough to be a spy,” she says with a laugh. “If my children were in danger, I would even jump into a stranger’s car with manual transmission to take them to a hospital. However, I would not be sure if we would arrive on time. I usually only drive automatic or taxi.”
Her children also taught her to be patient: “And believe me, it’s not easy. I don’t yell at them either. With other people, I don’t have any problems with it at all.”
But in the same way, they also present them with problems again and again. Especially when after daughter Wyatt (5) brother Dimitri (3) was born.
“As a mother of a child, you don’t appreciate how easy it actually is. And when there are two, it’s too late. Then you have only one thought: Oh God, how do I manage to keep you both alive?” She herself was often physically exhausted, especially when the second baby was added.
Regular sleep is then no longer to be considered. “At some point, you sleep through it again, just like the children,” says Kunis. “Nevertheless, you worry in your subconscious that something is happening and also listen to corresponding noises during your sleep. That’s not bad, it’s just a completely different life.”
Just as it is also the case with real secret agents.