Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis in ‘Four Good Days’. Image: YouTube

Mila Kunis unrecognisable as bleached blonde addict in ‘Four Good Days’ trailer

US actress Mila Kunis undergoes a remarkable transformation from funny girl to heroin addict in the harrowing trailer of her upcoming film ‘Four Good Days’.

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis in ‘Four Good Days’. Image: YouTube

The trailer for Four Good Days, a heartbreaking tale of addiction, dropped on 18 March — showing Friends With Benefits star Mila Kunis in a way we’ve never seen her before.


The trailer for the film has already raked in more than 2.8 million views.


Four Good Days is centred around Molly, played by Mila Kunis who is a woman struggling with her drug addiction. She is told that she needs to stay clean for four more days in order to receive an opiate antagonist shot which makes the body immune to being high so she can stay clean. 

Her estranged mother, played by eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close, supports her through the journey. 

“Despite all she has learnt over a decade of disappointment, grief and rage, Deb throws herself into one last attempt to save her beloved daughter from the deadly and merciless grip of heroin addiction,” described by Collider. 

“Now reunited, they work to regain the love and trust that once held them together,” added Collider. 

The film is a rollercoaster of emotions as Molly attempts to fight her withdrawal symptoms and has to face everything that her addiction has cost her, such as the trust of her parents and the custody of her children. 


The film is based on the true story of Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post writer Eli Saslow’s article “How’s Amanda?’ A story of truth, lies and an American addiction”. The film made its debut at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival where it was well received by critics. 

The film is set to be released by Vertical Entertainment in theatres on 30 April 2021. 


Mila Kunis is best known for her light-hearted comedy roles starting back at That 70’s Show moving up to Bad Moms, last month it was announced that the actress will be starring in Netflix’s adaptation of Luckiest Girl Alive which she will also serve as a producer on.

The film is based on Jessica Knoll’s novel with the same name and follows a woman who is trying to outrun a high school tragedy that had changed her life. 

“This has been six years of relentless rewriting, rejections, studio changes, and torturous stretches of stagnation,” wrote Knoll in an Instagram post.

“I am SO proud of the fact that Mila Kunis read the 63rd draft of my script and was like yeah, I get this girl, and so grateful for her shrewd third act notes that helped me take the 64th draft into another stratosphere,” she added. 

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