The young actress has put together a remarkable Hollywood career.
So what's going on with Mila and the Marine?
FOX411.com was the Cupid who helped set up the Marine/Mila date when we asked Kunis this past weekend if she would attend the event with Sgt. Moore
Kunis, who was promoting her film "Friends With Benefits," famously said "yes," and her co-star Justin Timberlake backed her up, telling Sgt. Moore to our camera, "I'm going to make this happen for you, man. This needs to go down."
Kunis was unaware of Moore's video invitation when we told her about it, and said "yes" without the opportunity to check her shooting schedule. And again, in her defense, she didn't even know the date of the Corps Ball.
But a "yes" is a "yes," especially when the "yes" is to a marine stationed overseas in Afghanistan, right?
Sgt. Moore is certainly looking forward to it, telling FOX411.com Tuesday in a statement that "It's going to be a great experience to meet her, and it's going to make the ball more special for everyone.”
According to one report, Kunis will indeed be in production in late November, so she's trying to meet up with Sgt. Moore for a private get-together at an undisclosed location at an undisclosed time.
But E! Online is reporting that while Kunis does have schedule conflicts, she and her posse are doing all they can to organize her production schedule so that she and Sgt. Moore can attend the highly anticipated ball together.
And if Kunis fulfills her promise, Justin Timberlake may have to as well, as the whole "Asking a celebrity to the Marine Corps Ball on a video" phenomenon has snowballed, and Timberlake now has his own request from a female Marine to answer.
C'mon Kunis, call us Cupid, but we know you'll make it happen. Otherwise, we may need to take Timberlake up on his word and exert a little extra A-list peer pressure!