In fact, the brunette beauty dished to Cosmopolitan magazine that her ideal date night with her hunky beau is quite the opposite.
"I'll tell you—we have a thing called white T-shirt night and it's when you wear jeans and a white T-shirt and you go on a date," Kunis said. "Nothing fancy, it's just something that you love to do. And whether that's bowling or dinner or going to a cheese shop and have some wine or walking around. I think that's just the best thing to do—and sometimes it's just nice to stay home."
That actually sounds like an amazing time.
The actress was also asked to pick between superstars Beyoncé and Miley Cyrus.
"Beyoncé," she responded. "Nothing against Miley, but that's not a fair question. But I think Miley Cyrus would say Beyoncé, because Miley is awesome but she is also young and Beyoncé has proven herself."
But don't expect Kunis to talk much about other celebs. When asked whether or not she'd met Jennifer Lawrence, the Friends With Benefits star simply said "yes," but refused to elaborate. "I don't discuss other people, just out of respect for what I would like them to do to me, you know?" Fair enough.
The star also shared that she won't be present at the 2014 Oscars, and she won't be watching them either. "I respect the Oscars, I'm a part of the Academy, I vote every year—I love it but I'm usually, oddly, out of town, and then I get back and hear who wins and that's it."
Kunis also respects E!, but admits she doesn't watch Fashion Police (she's not a huge fan of fashion critique in general). "You can't really concern yourself with constantly being bombarded with opinions, because everyone has got an opinion," she told the mag.
Mila recently became the global spokesperson for Jim Beam for their "Make History" campaign. Kunis, who was chosen because she represents a "strong woman" and is "liked as much by guys as girls," according to Chief Marketing Officer Kevin George, discussed her latest business venture with the mag.
"They approached me and I gravitate toward companies that have a family-operated type of feel. When I met with everyone there I felt like I was a part of the company instead of just working for it, so it was a nice fit," she said.