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Natalie Portman talks about the physical and emotional challenges she underwent when filming "Black Swan," which hits theaters Dec. 1. Portman also addresses Oscar buzz rumors for her performance in the film.
TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 13: Director Darren Aronofsky arrives at the "Black Swan" Premiere held at Roy Thomson Hall during the 35th Toronto International Film Festival on September 13, 2010 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Darren Aronofsky
With folks going gaga over "The Town," Ben Affleck was recently offered the chance to direct "The Gangster Squad," about a notorious lawman who patrolled L.A. in the '40s. But he turned it down and now it's been offered to Darren Aronofsky.
Well, the chances of Aronofsky taking it on seem low as he appears to be moving toward a reunion with his "Fountain" star Hugh Jackman on the set of "Wolverine 2."
So who will finally take the reigns on "Gangster Squad," the adaptation by former South Central cop Will Beal's of his own novel, about Sgt. John O' Mara's battle with gangster Mickey Cohen? Greg Berlanti, Martin Campbell, Scott Cooper, Paul Greengrass and Francis Lawrence are the level three short list, according to Latino Review. Let's break down the candidates:
Give it to Greengrass and let's be done with it.