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Portman's Acceptance Speech as Creepy as Her "Black Swan" Performance

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    Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis talk about the physical and emotional demands required in the making of "Black Swan" at the film's NYC Premiere. Also, Winona Ryder discusses the parallels between her character and the pressures in Hollywood. (Published Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014)

    Natalie Portman gave an amazing performance as Nina Sayers, a ballerina slipping into madness in "Black Swan." She made us all equally uncomfortable in accepting the Best Actress award.

    You're probably aware by now that Portman is engaged and expecting a child with famed choreographer Benjamin Millepied. Well, he was introduced to being famous beyond the world of dance this evening.

    Natalie & Mila Hit the Red Carpet At "Black Swan," Premiere

     [NBCAH] Natalie & Mila Hit the Red Carpet At "Black Swan," Premiere
    Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis talk about the physical and emotional demands required in the making of "Black Swan" at the film's NYC Premiere. Also, Winona Ryder discusses the parallels between her character and the pressures in Hollywood. (Published Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014)

    "Thank you to Benjamin… Benjamin choreographed the film, and you may remember him as the guy who, when they ask, Would you sleep with that girl? and he’s like, "No." He’s the best actor, it’s not true, he totally wants to sleep with me!"

    And as the moment was fading away, Portman had to give a shout to the co-star wioth whom she had a steamy onscreen romp, thanking "Mila 'Sweet Lips' Kunis."

    Natalie Portman Talks "Challenging" Role in "Black Swan"

    [NBCAH] Natalie Portman Talks "Challenging" Role in "Black Swan"
    Natalie Portman talks about the physical and emotional challenges she underwent when filming "Black Swan," which hits theaters Dec. 1. Portman also addresses Oscar buzz rumors for her performance in the film. (Published Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014)

    Oof.