Netflix has dropped a trailer of "Luckiest Girl Alive" featuring Mila Kunis as Ani Fanelli. The trailer shows how Ani has been living a perfect life until everything goes haywire.

In the two-minute, 11-second clip released on YouTube, Ani reveals she will be promoted as an editor at the New York Times magazine soon. She also shares something about her personal life – she will be getting married after six weeks "in a lavish but tasteful ceremony."

While Ani's life has been perfect so far, everything changes when she comes across a man who informs her that a documentary is going to be filmed based on an incident that happened at her school years ago.

"There are so many questions that you've never answered," a man's voice can be heard in the background. "People wanna know. Were you a hero or an accomplice?"

"I carried this horrible thing with me alone for years," she tells her to-be-husband, played by Finn Wittrock. "And it has built up this rage inside of me."

At the end of the trailer, Ani can be seen filming the documentary.

Chiara Aurelia plays the younger version of Kunis.

"Wow amazing trailer. Mila is a great actress and Chiara was fantastic in 'Cruel Summer.' Can't wait to see this," one user wrote, while another added, "I'm always amazed by the trailers Netflix put together, OH MY. And I'm so happy too see Mila acting, she's amazing! Can not wait!"

Netflix will start streaming "Luckiest Girl Alive" on Oct. 7. The cast also includes Jennifer Beals, Connie Britton, Justine Lupe, Thomas Barbusca, Alex Barone and Alexandra Beaton.

The movie is based on Jessica Knoll's 2015 novel of the same name. Aside from "Luckiest Girl Alive," Kunis will be also seen in the TV series "That '90s Show." She will play Jackie Burkhart in the show.

The series is under post-production and will drop on Netflix later this year. The sitcom is a spin-off of "That '70s Show" and "That '80s Show," which were released in 1998 and 2002 respectively.

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Mila Kunis does not read tabloid stories about herself. The actress is pictured attending the premiere of Lionsgate’s “The Spy Who Dumped Me” on July 25, 2018 in Los Angeles. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images