Kunis apologised to mum after birth
Mila Kunis has revealed the first thing she did after giving birth was apologise to her mum.
The star welcomed daughter Wyatt with fiance Ashton Kutcher in October last year, and explained at the Los Angeles premiere of Jupiter Ascending that becoming a mum had given her a new understanding of her own upbringing.
She said: "The second that I gave birth, I called my mom and told her I'm sorry and that I understand.
"I really do, because I found out that the true love you have for your child is why my mom let me get away with being an a**hole for so long."
Mila, who stars as a caretaker who gets embroiled in a plot to save another planet from a tyrant ruler, said that she had had to work hard for her Jupiter Ascending directors Andy and Lana Wachowski.
She said: "They make you work. They make you change your body, it is insane the things that all of a sudden you're doing."
Brit Oscar hopeful Eddie Redmayne also stars in the film and said it was a very different role to playing Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything, which he gained his best actor nomination for.
He said: "God, it's fun. Our dream as actors is to play different people and they don't come much more different than Balem Abrasax of the House of Abrasax and Professor Stephen Hawking. Such fun."
Also attending the premiere were stars of the film Channing Tatum, Sean Bean, David Ajala and co-writer, director and producer Lana Wachowski.
Jupiter Ascending is released in cinemas on February 6.