Mila Kunis on Black Swan’s Lesbian Sex Scene with Portman

Mila KunisAccording to Mila Kunis, one of the two female stars of Darren Arnofsky’s upcoming psychological thriller “Black Swan”, the widely reported infamous scene from an earlier draft of the script that calls for Natalie Portman and Kunis’ character to engage in “aggressive sex” may or may not be in the new draft that she’s just received from Aronofsky. Maybe. Probably. Hopefully not?

In an interview with Collider and some other online types, Kunis said this about the scene in question (which has, as you can imagine, gotten the Interwebs all abuzz about Arnofsky’s upcoming movie, possibly the first time fanboys have been excited to see something set in the world of — gasp — ballerinas that doesn’t feature porn ‘stache and music):

“I’ve heard about this from everybody. I mean, something got out. Here’s what I don’t fully understand and then I’ll answer this question. The script is so under lock and key that I can’t imagine anyone really truly ever getting a hold of it. I can’t really deny or confirm because I’m not aloud to talk about the script but all I’m going to say is that I can’t imagine anyone getting their hands on this project. Does that make sense? I just got a recent rewrite last weekend.”

She also adds that she’s currently in ballerina training for the movie, and how — oh, who cares. Actor stuff.

Kunis doesn’t really say if the fanboy-approved scene is still in there or if it’s been taken out, though this is Aronofsky we’re talking about, so I can’t see him removing it to please his actors or to tone down the film’s sexual content. Neither Portman or Kunis are that big of stars that he would do anything to alter the intent of his movie just to keep them.

After all, this is the same guy who convinced Jennifer Connelly to do a three-way with another girl and a toy. The man’s apparently got skills in the convincin’ department, it would appear.

Mila Kunis in Black Swan (2010) Movie Image