Mila Kunis, GQ Magazine

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Maybe next year Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake should go to the Marine Corps Ball together!

OK, maybe not.


Just days after Kunis' Friends With Benefits buddy came through on his promise to attend the Marine Corps Ball with date Cpl. Kelsey De Santis, the Black Swan beauty will be attending her own Marine Corps Ball tomorrow in Greenville, N.C., on the arm of her invitee Sgt. Scott Moore.

"It's a huge honor just to be invited, it is," Kunis told us at the Jaguar Land Rover event for the new XKR-S convertible in Beverly Hills.

Kunis dished on what she's most looking forward to. "Talking to people and hearing their stories," she said. "Being a part of something that truly I know nothing about but I'm incredibly eager to learn."

As you may remember, the 28-year-old actress famously accepted Moore's YouTube invitation to the ball back in July. No word yet on if she has a gown picked out for the bash, however, she was just spotted shopping around L.A.

Meanwhile, GQ just announced Kunis as their "Knockout of the Year" alongside Timberlake, who's being honored as one of their "Men of the Year."

"Justin's pretty manly," she smiled.

Kunis also dished on feeling the pressure when it comes to her next big movie role. She's playing Theodora the witch in Oz: The Great and Powerful, a prequel to iconic 1939 flick The Wizard of Oz starring James Franco and Michelle Williams.

"It's a bit nerve-wracking, I won't lie," she said. "It's been an amazing experience. It really has. The sets are gorgeous and stunning. Everybody in the film are amazing people and Sam [Raimi]'s doing a beautiful job of directing it."

Also at Jaguar were Jay Leno, Lance Bass, Beverly Mitchell, Ben McKenzie and Ioan Gruffudd.

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