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bill-swift - July 24, 2007

Methinks the lady doth protest too much. Once again, Natalie Portman is denying that she is nude in her upcoming film Goya's Ghost, and says that any websites that claim she is naked in the film will make her "really, really angry," reports the New York Daily News.

Now, just for the record (and so Natalie won't hate us... hopefully) the official Egotastic! word on this subject is "yes and no." As we've said before, she is naked, or "unclothed," as she says, but you'll have to watch those Natalie Portman "nude" scene videos, and judge for yourself.

Dudes who were bummed that Natalie Portman didn't take it all off during her pole dance in "Closer" can look forward to "Goya's Ghost," in which she plays a victim of the Spanish Inquisition. "There's a long shot of a nude woman," she tells Movies.com's Jeanne Wolf. But, sadly, she adds, "It's not me. ... You do see some parts of me unclothed, but if they end up on Web sites making it look like I'm nude, I'm going to be really, really angry." And nothing is hotter than an angry Natalie.

So Natalie Portman going to be angry with Egotastic! Um... Probably. But she brought it up. And just to reiterate, we never said that she was naked, well, maybe we did, but not the way she's talking about. So she can't be mad, right? Right?

Anyway, here's Natalie looking super cute in a tank top, sticking out her tongue, while hailing a cab in New York. Seriously, she doesn't hate us, does she?

Photo credit: INF Photo



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