The singer assimilated Kate McKinnon — her costar in a arriving summer comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me — on Wednesday’s part of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, dishing about her new film and a particular personalities of her son Dimitri Portwood, 15 months, and daughter Wyatt Isabelle, 3.
“They’re impossibly different,” says Kunis, 34. “My boy’s like a sloth. He’s wonderful, and we adore him — ’cause one day he’ll substantially watch this and be like, ‘Why did we contend that?’ — though a law is, women are smarter than men. And we have this clear from my dual opposite humans that we created.”
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“Girls are only on it and boys are like, ‘Dum da-dum da-dum da-dum,’ ” explains the Bad Moms star. “They’re some-more like small linebackers going by life, and like … Neanderthal-ish.”
“[I’ll] be like, ‘Pass a cup, please,’ and my boy’s like [points] ungh, ungh,” jokes Kunis. “That’s it! That’s all we get and you’re like, ‘Ungh? What could ungh be?’ You demeanour around, you’re like, ‘Ah, ball!’ There’s only a outrageous difference.”
Ellen DeGeneres points out jokingly that Dimitri is always being carried in a “contraption” on his dad’s behind and never even has to worry about walking.
“He doesn’t travel — he only runs,” says Kunis. “He’s in a hiker trek a lot when we hike, though that’s ’cause we’re hiking and he’s a year old, guys! He’s lazy.”
The Spy Who Dumped Me hits theaters Aug. 3.