Mila Kunis, who recently starred in "Black Swan," and Macaulay Culkin, a former child actor who rose to fame with the "Home Alone" comedy films, have reportedly split following an eight-year relationship.
Kunis, 27, and Culkin, 30, remain friends following their separation, People magazine said, quoting the New York Post. The actors' spokespeople had no immediate comment.
Kunis, an actress born in Soviet-era Ukraine, is known for her role as bratty Jackie on the comedy series "That '70s Show" and voices Meg Griffin on the animated sitcom "Family Guy." She was recently nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her role as a ballet dancer who challenges and manipulates Natalie Portman's troubled character in the thriller "Black Swan."
Culkin recently appeared the television series "Kings" but is perhaps best known for his role as Kevin McAllister in the "Home Alone" comedy films, in which he played a child who battles two burglars in his home and in New York City after his family flies away on vacation without him by mistake. He also appeared in movies such as "Uncle Buck," "My Girl" and "The Good Son."