When Mila Kunis was 18, she started dating former child star Macaulay Culkin, and the two were together nearly 10 years.After they broke up in 2011, photos of Culkin surfaced in the tabloids.The actress, who is currently married to Ashton Kutcher, explained that it was because she had been against the institution of marriage.
Macaulay married actress Rachel Miner when he was just 18, but the pair split two years later.
He has also endured personal tragedies, including the death of sister Dakota in a car crash, and half-sister Jennifer Adamson from a drug overdose.
It’s strange on dates, as it looks like you’re not paying attention.
But I’ve stopped trying to think of myself in the third person, because that’s just gonna drive me nuts.” Martha Ross provides celebrity commentary for the Bay Area News Group.
I'm too selfish to have them now, but when I do, I don't feel like I need to be married.
'I need to have a person in my life who will care for me and my children, nothing else.'Macaulay was once Hollywood's biggest child star, commanding £4million a film by the time he starred in 1994's Richie Rich.Apparently, though, there are distinctly different calibers of celebrity, and certain fans are…shall we say…a bit more shipper dreams by marrying Ashton Kutcher (aka, Kelso), Mila dated Macaulay for nearly nine years, starting in 2002 — meaning she dated him from ages 18 to 27, a seriously impressive length of time for her first serious relationship.Before dating Mila, Macaulay had actually been married to another actress, Rachel Miner, for four years.Of course, Mila was 16 when she held that view, and things (and people) change.Obviously, her later relationship with Ashton was marriage material and made to last — the two have been together for over four years, married in 2015, and are already expecting a second child.Kunis, now 32, didn’t go there in an interview Tuesday on The Howard Stern satellite radio show, while promoting her new comedy “Bad Moms.” But she offered up other reasons for not marrying Culkin — mostly having to do with her own longtime personal and philosophical indifference to marriage.