Mila Kunis votes for In-N-Out

mila-kunis-upclose.jpgIn one of those promotional interviews that actors do with the smaller magazines when their movie is coming out, Mila Kunis was asked how she broke the diet that let her lose a bunch of weight for "Black Swan." Kunis says in Venice Magazine: "Let me tell you, it was much easier gaining the weight back than it was losing it. I had no problems gaining 20 pounds. It came back like that. The first thing I did was eat In-N-Out..." Spoken like a true L.A. girl: she went to Fairfax High.

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