SEE PICS: Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis sizzle at Black Swan premiere

SEE PICS: Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis sizzle at Black Swan premiere

Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis wowed on the red carpet at the premiere of one of the most-anticipated films of the year - Black Swan!

Natalie Portman went dark and sultry on the red carpet of the Black Swan premiere, while her co-star Mila Kunis opted for a lighter, more sleek look.


Working a stunning black off-the-shoulder floor-length Christian Dior gown, Ms Portman added some extra sparkle with Dior earrings and a hit of vampishness with her red lips. She accessorised with the Olympia Le-Tan book clutch we saw on Clemence Poesy at the Harry Potter world premiere.

Meanwhile, her co-star Mila worked a more fitted silhouette in a gorgeous creamy, nude Grecian style Elie Saab dress with Christian Louboutin gold shimmering Maggie pumps. Her sleek up-do and gold earrings gave the ensemble extra polish.

And while her fellow actresses were ultra femme, Black Swan actress Winona Ryder was her usual daring self, working a boyish all black suit with crystal pendant necklace and sparkling drop earrings. She wore her hair in a centre-parted up-do, with black lined eyes and red lips giving her a smouldering Marlene Dietrich inspired look.

Winona plays the star ballerina of Swan Lake who loses her role in the ballet to Natalie's younger character. A thrilling and dark tale of rivalry between dancers, Darren Aronofsky's film promises to be a style extravaganza with stunning costumes designed by Rodarte.

Speaking of her physically challenging role in the movie, Natalie recently told press: 'I think it was just the physicality of it all that was the most extreme. I mean, I had never gotten that much training - to be doing five-to-eight hours a day of it was really a challenge.

'I think the most important thing is coming to work as prepared as you can be every day and working as hard as you can every day. If you do that, you can always ensure that you have an amazing experience.'


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