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Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011: Natalie Portman Photo

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A Natalie Portman 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards photo has premiered. The 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards found Natalie Portman bleeped by the censors on both the TBS and TNT telecasts. During her Black Swan acceptance speech for Best Actress,

Portman thanked her parents, who “always taught me to work my hardest and never be an asshole.” She added that it’s “never acceptable.”

Now who wants an asshole on set. Assholes are bad, inherently bad. The assholes I mean. Natalie Potrman’s comments would have been right at home at this year’s MTV Movie Awards with the hilarious amount of f-bombs thrown around. I hope to see Black Swan again in theater: an excellently filmed motion picture. The other winners of this year’s SAG Awards were posted here: Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011: Winners. Check out the Natalie Portman 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards photo below. Click to enlarge.

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Natalie Portman, Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2011

Source: Altfilmguide

 

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  • I absolutely love this girl, and hope the dude who knocked her up will make her happy and not become a cancer in her life thus affecting us moviegoers by her having to take an extended hiatus or worse. Natalie is our top Lady Dragon right now: http://halloftheblackdragon.com/ldcafe/top100.php

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    She was great in Black Swan. I hope she and Luc Besson eventually make the sequel to The Professional.

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