Filming a love scene with Natalie Portman in the upcoming film Black Swan wasn't exactly an easy day at work for Mila Kunis.
VIDEO: Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis share a kiss in Black Swan
"Any time you do any intimate scene on film, it's going to be a little uncomfortable, whether it's the same sex or the opposite sex," Kunis said at a news conference to promote the film, a psychological thriller about competing ballerinas played by Kunis and Portman.
The former That '70s Show star said the Black Swan scene was made easier because she and Portman weren't complete strangers...
Darren Aronofsky and Rachel Weisz
Actress Rachel Weisz and writer/director Darren Aronofsky have split after nine years.
"They remain close friends and are committed to raising their son together in New York City," their rep said in a joint statement. The pair has been separated for several months now.
Zack Snyder has been tapped to direct the new Superman film that Christopher Nolan is producing.
Snyder, who directed 300 and Watchmen, beat out Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler), Ben Affleck (The Town), Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) and Tony Scott (Man on Fire) for the coveted gig, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Natalie Portman has been offered the lead role in Alfonso Cuaron's new film Gravity, the Hollywood Reporter writes.
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Ever wonder what happens when ballerinas go bad? You can now get a glimpse in the creepy new trailer for Black Swan. In the Darren Aronofsky-helmed psychological thriller, Natalie Portman stars as Nina, a professional ballerina who can't handle the threat of competition from a new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis). Be sure to pay close attention throughout the chilling trailer or you'll miss the ever-so-brief snippet of Portman and Kunis swapping spit.
Black Swan is scheduled to hit theaters Dec. 1.
Watch the trailer after the jump and weigh in:
Academy Award-winning actress Rachel Weisz will play the iconic role of Jackie Kennedy in the upcoming film Jackie, according to Entertainment Weekly.
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The film, which centers on the days following the assassination of President Kennedy, will be ...
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Just as Warner Bros Batman franchise is flying high once again MGM is hoping to reboot one of its action tentplolesAccording to Variety the studio is fast-tracking a new Robocop picture for a 2010 release with Darren Aaronofsky Requiem for a Dream The Fountain directing a script written by David Self The original film which debuted in 1987 and spawned two sequels focused on a fatally wounded cop who returns to the force in cyborg formThe studio is mum on the details but some have suggested the new film will take a noir approach What do you think Are your excited for more part man part machine all cop action Adam Bryant
Per Variety, Dougray Scott (Desperate Housewives) is in talks to join Deadwood's Timothy Olyphant in an adaptation of the video game The Hitman. Robert Knepper (Prison Break) is also on board.... Darren Aronofsky (The Fountain) is in talks to direct Mark Wahlberg and Matt Damon in The Fighter, based on the story of "Irish" Mickey Ward.... Per the Hollywood Reporter, Little Miss Sunshine's Greg Kinnear will star opposite another Office boss this time, Ricky Gervais will star in Ghost Town, a comedy about a dentist who starts to see dead people after he briefly dies during orthodontic surgery.
See Maitland McDonagh and Ken Fox review this weeks new flicks in Movie TalkSend your movie questions to FlickChickMathematicians live in a black and white world of absolutes and infinitely reproducible results while mystics deal in ambiguity and magical thinking and never the twain shall meet Except of course when math becomes so theoretical that the two melt into one mind-blowing mass of golden proportions and lucky numbers Nearly 10 years before Jim Carrey got tangled up in The Number 23 this weeks DVD Tuesday pick pitched camp on the numerical border between razors-edge rationality and complete lunacy Darren Aronofskys super-low budget Pi 1998 was a knockout debut and if he hasnt yet delivered on its promise Requiem for a Dream 2000 is a highfalutin Just Say No PSA with style to burn and The Fountain 2006 is a flat-out mess the film itself looks better than ever Mathematician Max Cohen Sean Gullette specializes in number patterns the bigger the b
Question: Lost, Lost, Lost. Anything Lost, please!
Answer: You've come to the right place, Carrie. Back by popular demand, this week's Ask Ausiello is essentially one big Lostapalooza, starring executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. Not only is the duo answering all of our burning Season 2 questions, but they're also offering up tantalizing clues and spoilers about the final four episodes. Or, I should say, three. Conspicuously missing from the following Q&A is any discussion of tonight's explosive May-sweeps kickoff. For the dirt on that, you'll have to check out my Ausiello Report blog immediately following tonight's telecast. Trust me when I say you don't want to miss