Natalie Portman & Mila Kunis ‘Black Swan’ Lesbian Sex Scene To Warm You This Holiday Season

Young stars Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis are two of the hottest talents working today, and in more ways than one…as most young gentlemen might tell you.

The pair star in Darren Aronofsky‘s new drama, Black Swan, and a certain intimate scene between the two has garnered much attention from the eager minds of those who thought such things only occurred in their own personal fantasies.

If you’re one of these eager minds, some good news is here on a slow holiday news week. The clip of Kunis and Portman’s sexy scene has now shown up online, and you can see it right here if you just can’t wait to get a hold on the whole film.

Continue reading to see the clip, and if you wish, you can click the source link below to go and see more steamy scenes from Black Swan. And obviously, these videos are of the NSFW variety, so approach with caution!


[The video hosted by Daily Motion was removed by request of Fox.]


  1. I found Pi and Requiem for a Dream to be brilliant, The Fountain was garbage, and The Wrestler was a solid drama. I had so many mixed feelings about this one. I think that Black Swan began as something special like Aronofsky’s first two films, but I believe there was a definite part where it “fell off.” This is at the moment when Natalie begins to make a full-blown transformation in her room. Now the scratches on the back and the bloody finger and toe-nails was genuinely creepy and subtle, but I think the climactic transformation scenes were a little over-done, hokey, and more exploitation than smart, psychological horror. As with many films, the makers seem like they need to throw in CGI even if they don’t need it. As if to think that the new generation would be bored if they don’t see a computer trick.

    I also find this movie to be very predictable. Maybe I am just a grumpy, grizzled, film-vet that sees all the punches coming, but I found there to be NO surprises. I knew Lilly was a figment of imagination, and the director doesn’t hide the end twist when he shows multiple scenes of Portman seeing herself throughout the entire film. It is handed to us and made obvious, so when it comes to the final scene I was quite aware that Natalie didn’t stab anyone but herself. She dies in happiness and it just ends. There is no twist or dramatic and new revelation concerning any of the characters. Just the same old “all in your mind” theme that has become so cliche in Hollywood. American’s have no idea how to end a film.

    In conclusion it was not a bad film at all. I found it to be a solid suspense film but NOTHING BRILLIANT, nothing that had me taken aback saying, “WOW!” Out of 4 stars I would give it a 3 because it could of been so much more. It’s a “good” film, but not excellent or classic by any means.

    Comment by Rob — December 21, 2010 @ 3:43 am

  2. So when did Geeks of Doom turn into RedTube?

    BTW, Rob, it’s kind of mean to shit on Americans in general for not knowing how to end a film. Wasn’t Return of the King made in New Zealand?

    Comment by Robin — December 21, 2010 @ 9:09 am

  3. @Robin
    Have you seen RedTube? Apparently not, otherwise, you’d never have made that comparison. There’s NO nudity or anything shown at all in this clip. Two actresses kissing does NOT make a porno. And even if there had been more to it, I don’t think 1 story out of the thousands we’ve posted would qualify us as a porn site. We wrote about a gingerbread TARDIS, I guess that means we’re a baking site now.

    Comment by Empress Eve — December 21, 2010 @ 11:45 am

  4. all cinematic news is good news,,,,thanks geeks for keeping me up-to-date with news, reviews and footage that pertains to cinema!! my first stop where I get cinematically enlightened!

    Comment by john — December 21, 2010 @ 4:29 pm

  5. @rob
    did you even see it? Lily wasn’t a figment of Nina’s imagination. She was a real, flesh-and-blood person. And the transformation scenes weren’t overdone. They were *moments* long, except for the final dance.

    We can file your comment under “Just Didn’t Get It.”

    Comment by LJ — December 22, 2010 @ 12:02 am

  6. @Everyone.
    I have seen the movie, and I thought it was outstanding. First off It has gotten well deserved coverage from Geeks of Doom, as it fits within the Geek genre. How you may ask? What geek does not want to see Padme in a lesbian scene with Meg Griffin? **crickets chirping** yeah…that’s what I thought. The movie itself deserves 5 stars for that alone. The story line was great, but from one shallow heterosexual male to many others..I mean..come on, even Portman’s morning masturbation scene was amazing!

    Comment by Silentjay74 — December 22, 2010 @ 8:06 am

  7. The entire film is an overrated (not to mention pretentious) piece of crap! (Except this scene, I mean.)

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 22, 2010 @ 4:04 pm

  8. No seriously, I just watched it again. Best thing Aronovsky has done! (This scene I mean.)

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 22, 2010 @ 4:19 pm

  9. Wow. This scene is like the ear thing in Resevoir Dogs, the lightsaber fight in Empire, and the James Brown church scene in The Blues Brothers all rolled up into one!!!!

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 22, 2010 @ 4:27 pm

  10. Yup. This scene is still good. (I had to let it sit a day to be sure.)

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 23, 2010 @ 1:51 pm

  11. I plugged my computer into my tv and just played this scene in a loop during my Christmas party. My wife was totally okay with it because I played Christmas music behind it.

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 27, 2010 @ 8:54 am

  12. No, really. It was like a Yule log.

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 28, 2010 @ 9:00 am

  13. Happy New Year, hot lesbian scene.

    Comment by Du-Grey — December 31, 2010 @ 1:02 pm

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