She's currently out on the promotional circuit pushing her upcoming comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me.
And on Monday Mila Kunis continued to publicize the new movie in style as she stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in New York City.
The 34-year old actress stunned during her appearance in a black pinstripe jumpsuit.
The short-sleeved number appeared to be an equal mix of edgy and elegance.
It featured an open neckline and garment that bunched together on both shoulders to give it an added wow factor.
The piece also hugged her waistline in all the right ways to showcase her petite but curvy figure.
She paired the outfit with some black pumps, and had her trademark raven tresses styled in a long bob-cut that flowed to her shoulders and was parted in the middle.
In the The Spy Who Dumped Me, Kunis and co-star Kate McKinnon play a couple of Jersey girls who are best friends.
Kunis' character discovers her ex-boyfriend - played by Justin Theroux - was living a double life as a CIA agent while they were together. With a gang of assassins hot on his trail, the two friends are forced to embark on an adventure of their own across Europe.
It turns out Kunis agreed to do to the role of Audrey in part because McKinnon had already signed-on - even though they had never met before.
They did eventually meet and very quickly realized they had chemistry both on and off screen - and it's something that translated to their characters Audrey and Morgan.
'We have polar opposite comedic styles,' Kunis said in an interview with AM New York. 'I find Kate to be so incredibly funny. She’s genuinely brilliant, as a girlfriend, I would just genuinely laugh at whatever comes out of this girl’s mouth. So I thought, well, that’s going to be a character choice. I don’t do characters and I’m not physically funny.'
The Spy Who Dumped Me hits theaters on Friday, August 3.
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