Natalie Portman Is V for, Um... V
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In the interview, Portman says: "I'm not opposed to sexuality or nudity in a film, but I'm very opposed to pornography sites and you're pretty much giving them material if you do any of that." She's referring to a common trend of an actor or actress doing a nude scene in a movie, and then photos and videos of it are plastered across the Web shortly after.
Portman says the decision of whether to do nudity or not is "always a big dilemma for me."
The reason she's so outspoken about baring all is because of her sex scene in the upcoming movie 'Brothers.' In the film, she reportedly has a lesbian sex scene with co-star Mila Kunis.
Still, don't call it raunchy to Portman's face. It's "not raunchy - it's extreme," the actress tells V.
Portman also tells the magazine that despite the reliance on plastic surgery for many actresses, she "would hope not" to have any. "As actresses approach 40, it starts becoming really, really difficult," she admits.
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