Mila Kunis Insisted Screenwriter Jessica Knoll Change Netflix's 'The Luckiest Girl Ending

By Pratik

 Nov 8,2022

Mila Kunis may not be surgeon-like but she definitely made an impressive transformation in her latest film, 

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which is currently playing through one of the largest streaming platforms for film around the globe.

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Luckiest Girl Alive a Netflix movie inspired by Jessica Knoll's 2015 novel of the same name.

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The author had given the film an ending that was in line with her own vision, Kunis pulled a very crucial card that changed the entire course of the film.

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Knoll wrote the film and decided to play the role of Ani Fanelli as a reflection of her own personal experiences in life. 

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When Netflix asked her to make the novel into a film she insisted on writing the screenplay because the book was extremely personal to her, and anyone other than her felt as though that something was stolen.

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"I was completely 100% obsessed and fixated on being the one to adapt it myself, even though I didn't have any screenwriting experience." 

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She told The Hollywood Reporter how she was extremely confident about her character.

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Producers gave her complete consent to create the story. 

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An exciting chance for the author who considered it a chance to collaborate and receiving feedback from her colleagues.

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It is believed that the Wonder Park actress was very crucial to the end of the film.  

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