Jason Bateman and Mila Kunis in Extract
If you've ever found yourself referencing red staples or TPS reports, then you've probably seen 'Office Space,' a movie in which writer/director Mike Judge perfectly captured the mindless tedium of working in ... well, an office.

His next movie, 'Idiocracy,' also became a cult favorite, but it only opened in seven cities and received very little promotion. Now, however, Judge has a new movie, 'Extract' (opens Sept. 4) that aims to do for factories what 'Office Space' did for cubicle-land.

'Extract' stars Jason Bateman as a bored factory manager whose workplace and home life are disrupted when a hot temp (Mila Kunis) shows up. Not only should 'Extract' prove an excellent recruitment tool for factories looking to hire horny single guys, but it should also vault Mike Judge back into the comedy spotlight where he belongs.< Jason Bateman and Mila Kunis in Extract
If you've ever found yourself referencing red staples or TPS reports, then you've probably seen 'Office Space,' a movie in which writer/director Mike Judge perfectly captured the mindless tedium of working in ... well, an office.

His next movie, 'Idiocracy,' also became a cult favorite, but it only opened in seven cities and received very little promotion. Now, however, Judge has a new movie, 'Extract' (opens Sept. 4) that aims to do for factories what 'Office Space' did for cubicle-land.

'Extract' stars Jason Bateman as a bored factory manager whose workplace and home life are disrupted when a hot temp (Mila Kunis) shows up. Not only should 'Extract' prove an excellent recruitment tool for factories looking to hire horny single guys, but it should also vault Mike Judge back into the comedy spotlight where he belongs.

Judge couldn't have two more likable leads than Bateman and Kunis, who've shown off their impeccable comic chops in 'Juno' and 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall,' respectively. Don't forget that both Bateman and Kunis started off in TV -- Bateman in 'Silver Spoons,' 'Valerie' and 'It's Your Move,' Kunis in 'That '70s Show' -- and as early fans of both of them, we would like to say we always knew they'd hit it big. (Seriously! We did!)

Lucky us (and you), Bateman and Kunis decided to enter our little office space by filming an Unscripted interview as part of our star-on-star series of chats. They'll be asking each other questions submitted by fans, so we need your questions. Submit a question for Bateman, Kunis or both by this Friday, Aug. 21, and then check back here on Aug. 31 to see if your question made the cut. Don't forget to include your first name and where you live. Good luck!

CATEGORIES Unscripted