Another Creepy Clip from Black Swan


Check out a second clip from Darren Aronofsky’s supernatural drama “Black Swan”, the film that dares to give you a make-out scene between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. You da man, Darren Aronofsky, you da MAN.

BLACK SWAN follows the story of Nina (Portman), a ballerina in a New York City ballet company whose life, like all those in her profession, is completely consumed with dance. She lives with her retired ballerina mother Erica (Barbara Hershey) who zealously supports her daughter’s professional ambition. When artistic director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre (Winona Ryder) for the opening production of their new season, Swan Lake, Nina is his first choice. But Nina has competition: a new dancer, Lily (Kunis), who impresses Leroy as well. Swan Lake requires a dancer who can play both the White Swan with innocence and grace, and the Black Swan, who represents guile and sensuality. Nina fits the White Swan role perfectly but Lily is the personification of the Black Swan. As the two young dancers expand their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get more in touch with her dark side with a recklessness that threatens to destroy her.

Starring Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman, Christopher Gartin, Winona Ryder, Sebastian Stan, Vincent Cassel, Barbara Hershey and directed by Darren Aronofsky.

Avoid the mirrors December 1, 2010.

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And in case you missed it, here’s a previous clip:

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  • Dedpool aka Jiinx

    After seeing “Yoga” I think a supernatural thriller can be made about almost anything. This gets extra points for the make out scene though. LOL.

  • ulik

    This looks like it’s going to be good. Aronofsky is really good at making you feel the character’s emotions at a real a real personal level. Almost like a living autobiography or LIKE YOUR LITERALLY WATCHING SOMEBODY’S REAL LIFE, not necessarily a film,he makes you empathize with the characters which most films don’t do,most films make you sort of feel distant from the character. That said, I think he’ll be good with the Wolverine film dealing deeply with Wolverine’s psyche and what makes him who he is.