And most likely, so will movie goers when the adaptation of video-game Max Payne hits the streets. Payne was well known and fairly successful as one of the first video games to rip-off Matrix style bullet time effects. Perhaps I’m being a bit too harsh on this adaptation, as it does star Mark Wahlberg as the titular Max Payne, a loner cop who is of course haunted by past memories.

Mila Kunis (That 70s Show) has been cast to co-star as an assassin looking to avenge the death of her sister. Kunis hasn’t appeared on the silver screen that much, so this is definitely a step in the right direction for this cutie.

Payne will be directed by the entertaining John Moore (Behind Enemy Lines) and hit theaters on October 17th.

And just in case you forgot what she looks like…

Mila Kunis


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