Mila Kunis, Jennifer Lawrence Heat Up the Oscar Red Carpet

LIVE AT THE OSCARS: For the final night of the 2011 awards show season, Hollywood's elite held nothing back. Two of the night's most buzzed about celebrities, so far: Jennifer Lawrence and Mila Kunis.

"Winter's Bone" star and best actress nominee Lawrence wowed in a form-fitting, siren red Calvin Klein gown. While she's one of the movie industry's most talked about newcomers right now, the 20-year-old actress doesn't expect to be leaping into another film anytime soon.

"There's a big break heading my way, I'm gonna take a few weeks off, then start from there," she told E!'s Ryan Seacrest. 

Kunis ignited a torrent of tweets about her cleavage in a low cut, lavender Elie Saab gown. Asked by "On the Red Carpet" if she wants to continue playing an evil ingenue, as she did in "Black Swan," Kunis quipped, "I don't want to be a one-trick pony."  

– Sheila Marikar

 

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