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 40 Sexiest Mila Kunis Moments
The Sexy Moment: The biggest news to come out of Black Swan? Mila snogging Natalie Portman. Mila didn’t get the fuss.
“Sure, it’s two girls making out, and guys have a thing for that,” she yawned. “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.” Yes, people cared. A lot.If It Was Frumpy: Er, they could’ve had braces?
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40 Sexiest Mila Kunis Moments

The Sexy Moment: The biggest news to come out of Black Swan? Mila snogging Natalie Portman. Mila didn’t get the fuss.

“Sure, it’s two girls making out, and guys have a thing for that,” she yawned. “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.” Yes, people cared. A lot.

If It Was Frumpy: Er, they could’ve had braces?

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The 50 Greatest Movie Closing Lines
"I was perfect"… And 49 more.

The 50 Greatest Movie Closing Lines

"I was perfect"… And 49 more.

Mila Kunis in GQ. Just sayin’.
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GQ: Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis in GQ. Just sayin’.

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GQ: Mila Kunis

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30 Greatest Movie Mash-Ups

6. Saw vs. Wallace & Gromit

Movies Being Mashed: You have to question the twisted imagination that would throw everyone’s favourite claymation double-act together with Jigsaw’s infernal torture machines. Then again, it is a little bit brilliant…

Anything In Common? Wallace and Jigsaw are both talented inventors, although whilst Wallace’s contraptions help butter his toast, Jigsaw’s rip people’s faces open.

If It Was A Full Length Film: Poor old Gromit would have a real fight on his hands. A penguin wearing a rubber glove on his head is one thing, but this…

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40 Amazing Movie Tattoos
22. Charlie Sheen
Winning.

40 Amazing Movie Tattoos

22. Charlie Sheen

Winning.

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Total Film’s Alternative Oscars 2011
Best Smooch:
Who would’ve thunk that the movie years 2010-2011 would officially be the years of the lipstick lesbian? From Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfriend in Chloe (sadly not nominated) to Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning in The Runaways, there was lady loving all over the place…
Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim Vs The World)
Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve (She’s Out Of My League)
Aaron Johnson and Lyndsy Fonseca (Kick-Ass)
Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning (The Runaways)
Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis (Black Swan)
And the winner is…

Total Film’s Alternative Oscars 2011

Best Smooch:

Who would’ve thunk that the movie years 2010-2011 would officially be the years of the lipstick lesbian? From Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfriend in Chloe (sadly not nominated) to Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning in The Runaways, there was lady loving all over the place…

Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim Vs The World)

Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve (She’s Out Of My League)

Aaron Johnson and Lyndsy Fonseca (Kick-Ass)

Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning (The Runaways)

Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis (Black Swan)

And the winner is

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The King’s Speech reigns at the BAFTAs
The King’s Speech emerged victorious at yesterday’s BAFTA awards ceremony, earning itself seven big wins – including Best Film and Outstanding British Film.

 Star Colin Firth won the Best Actor award, while Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter both bagged a Best Support trophy each.

 Toy Story 3 surprised absolutely nobody by winning the Best Animation award, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – ignored at this year’s Oscar noms – won Best Film Not In The English Language.
Inception also took home a clutch of technical awards, while Alice In Wonderland won for its costumes and make-up.

Other contenders to King’s crown came in the form of Natalie Portman – who took home the Best Actress statuette for Black Swan – and David Fincher, who nabbed Best Director for Social Network.
TF favourite Tom Hardy also emerged victorious with the Orange Rising Star Award, beating other TF favourite Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton and Emma Stone to the trophy.

 As a sign of how things could play out at this year’s Oscars, these are exciting – if not exactly surprising – results.

 Check out the full list of winners here…

The King’s Speech reigns at the BAFTAs

The King’s Speech emerged victorious at yesterday’s BAFTA awards ceremony, earning itself seven big wins – including Best Film and Outstanding British Film.

 Star Colin Firth won the Best Actor award, while Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter both bagged a Best Support trophy each.

 Toy Story 3 surprised absolutely nobody by winning the Best Animation award, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – ignored at this year’s Oscar noms – won Best Film Not In The English Language.

Inception also took home a clutch of technical awards, while Alice In Wonderland won for its costumes and make-up.

Other contenders to King’s crown came in the form of Natalie Portman – who took home the Best Actress statuette for Black Swan – and David Fincher, who nabbed Best Director for Social Network.

TF favourite Tom Hardy also emerged victorious with the Orange Rising Star Award, beating other TF favourite Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton and Emma Stone to the trophy.

 As a sign of how things could play out at this year’s Oscars, these are exciting – if not exactly surprising – results.

 Check out the full list of winners here

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Best & Worst: Natalie Portman
Best: Black Swan (2010)
All eyes are on Natalie Portman this awards season, and she’s hot favourite to take home the Oscar for her stunning turn in Darren Aronofsky’s ballet psychodrama.

 It’s not like she doesn’t deserve the praise either: the movie rests heavily on her en pointe toes and her haunted, frail performance as virginal dancer Nina, who struggles to summon the darkness required to play the Black Swan.

Best & Worst: Natalie Portman

Best: Black Swan (2010)

All eyes are on Natalie Portman this awards season, and she’s hot favourite to take home the Oscar for her stunning turn in Darren Aronofsky’s ballet psychodrama.

 It’s not like she doesn’t deserve the praise either: the movie rests heavily on her en pointe toes and her haunted, frail performance as virginal dancer Nina, who struggles to summon the darkness required to play the Black Swan.