Mila Kunis Talks About Making Out With Natalie Portman

December 1, 2009 By:
Mila Kunis Talks About Making Out With Natalie Portman
Mila Kunis is easily one of the hottest women in the biz. Her gorgeous eyes and smile can melt any man's heart in a minute, but in her new movie Black Swan, she's batting for the other team...sort of.

In the new issue of Blackbook magazine, Mila talks about her sex scene with Natalie Portman, her new movie and whether or not she'll marry boyfriend Macaulay Culkin.

Here are some highlights from the interview via Just Jared:

Mila on ballet training for Black Swan, her new Darren Aronofsky-directed ballet drama starring Natalie Portman and Winona Ryder:
“I just skipped about 10 years of ballerina training and started as if I’m a professional. (laughs) Every day, I tore the ligaments in my calves and I would think, What am I doing to myself?”

Mila on being secretive for Black Swan:
“I just feel like such a douche because I can’t talk about it. It’s not even that big of a deal. It’s a f—ing movie. It’s not like I’m saving the world.”

Mila on her rumored sex scene with Natalie Portman in Black Swan:
“It’s two girls making out, and guys have a thing for that. And Nat is like every guy’s dream. She’s a nerd’s idea of heaven. The whole thing is silly, but I can see why people care.”

Mila on being an actress:
“I didn’t come to L.A. to become a famous actress. I lived in L.A. and I was an actress, and it was just like, Who am I? I loved what I did, but I didn’t like the judgment that came with it. It took me until I was 21 to realize that this is what I was going to do. I finally decided I’m not going to be embarrassed to write ‘actress’ on my medical forms.”

Mila on the prospect of marrying her boyfriend Macaulay Culkin:
“Not to say that I don’t believe in it, but it’s just not something that’s important to me. But I will have children. I’m too selfish to have them now, but when I do, I don’t feel like I need to be married. I need to have a person in my life who will care for me and my children—nothing else.”