January 25, 2013 3:26 PM EST
Mila Kunis Wants 'In' for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Film [PHOTOS]
Fans of E.L. James best-selling erotica novel, "Fifty Shades of Grey" just can't wait to see the film adaptation so much so that fan polls continue to spread out the web. While a director for the film is yet to be filled out, a lot of fans and Hollywood stars have expressed their interest in playing the lead roles in the film. One sexy starlet that wants "in" on the role of Anastasia Steele is none other than Mila Kunis.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" first broke out into the scene halfway of 2012. The novels started out as fan fictions based on Stephanie Meyer's best-selling books, "Twilight." However, E.L. James didn't expect that people would love the BDSM-filled fan fictions enough to make it into three books.
For those who still haven't heard of "Fifty Shades", the story follows the life of college student, Anastasia Steele, who gets involved in a kinky and sadomasochistic relationship with businessman, Christian Grey. It's a complex story of love and life plus everything in between which is why it has ranked as the number one selling book of 2012.
The book is set to be turned into a film and hopefully out this year. Yet, with the director's seat still not filled out, fans have to wait and simply nominated potential actors and actresses for the roles of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele respectively.
With the popularity of the books, it's not surprising why Hollywood stars have expressed interest in playing the roles of Christian and Anna. One Hollywood vixen whose interest has been piqued by the books is Mila Kunis.
Sexiest Woman Alive of Esquire Magazine, Mila Kunis has spoken up on the role of Anastasia Steele in "Fifty Shades of Grey." Well, fans of the "Fifty Shades" novel sure have no problem with Mila playing Anna given Mila did win by a landslide during last years' fan polls.
"There are times when you just want to do something fun and different, because you're going to have a good time doing it," said Kunis in an interview with The Sun.
Well, "Fifty Shades" does have "good time" spelled out and if filming does push through Mila could just be one of the potential stars. Fans of the books should simply sit back and wait for now.