Mila Kunis at the premiere of "Jupiter Ascending" at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese theatre, February 2. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni
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When the sibling filmmakers are asked what incites the biggest spats between them, Andy and Lana Wachowski clasp each other's hands sweetly and knock together their noggins – Lana's dreadlocks, Andy's wrapped-up bald head.The Wachowskis are equally unflappable when it comes to criticism of their recent work. "Jupiter Ascending" centers on toilet-scrubbing earthling Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis) and her gravity-defying alien bodyguard (Channing Tatum). The delay of "Jupiter Ascending" from a July to February release – and a Sundance screening where some audience members reportedly walked out – has raised questions about whether the film will become a $175 million black hole for Warner Bros.For the Wachowskis, "Jupiter Ascending" is an opportunity to stand up for fresh material at a time when studios are keener to greenlight sequels, reboots and adaptations.
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