Darren Aronofsky‘s in-development Black Swan has already earned itself two posts on this site, and the damn thing hasn’t even started shooting yet. That’s saying something. The main reason being, the prospect of Aronofsky delving into some straightforward psychological terror is divine; just watch his Requiem for a Dream again and defy yourself to not envision this guy as capable of delivering some devastating chills. After I dedicated a post to the announcement that Mila Kunis is set to play the may-or-may-not-be imaginary competitor for ballerina Natalie Portman‘s coveted starring role in a production of “Swan Lake,” I told myself that I’d fall back. Let the production begin and save any more speculation or written-down anticipation until some tangible pics or clips surface.
But then some news materialized yesterday that—-fingers crossed that this ish is legit and not some elaborate Internet hoax—-the script has been read by a blogger somehow, and said blogger dropped a bomb of a tease: Portman and Kunis get down and dirty together in the film. As in, hot, steamy sex. There’s also some possible guy-on-girl rape, though, which I’ll leave alone; it’s all about the Kunis/Portman imagery here. As hard as I’m trying to not come off as some tongue-wagging horn-dude here, this is just too epic to ignore. So I’m submitting to the hotness—-wanna fight about it?
Can I just tell you why none of my review matters? Can I just tell you why my review is absolutely pointless? Because in this movie, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis have sex.
Yeah. You read that right. And not just nice sweet innocent sex either. We’re talking ecstasy-induced hungry aggressive angry sex.
If this Script Shadow fella is to be trusted, then Black Swan will have more to offer than just big-name lesbianism. Aronofksy has a great opportunity in his clutches with this, full of role reversals, head fuckery, flip-flopped faces on bodies. The review says that the script chugs along in a slow, far-too-much-detail pace in its early stretch, but then slips into an eerie groove before “the extraordinary happens, [slamming] into you like an SUV.” I was already sold before reading dude’s write-up, but now I’m officially tossed into Ebay.
Link to script review: Script Shadow
Three-way pic of Black Swan team created at: /Film