Natalie Portman is a Prostitute

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bill-swift - August 8, 2006

Okay, so the last time it came up, I said Natalie Portman is not a prostitute. Well, I guess I was wrong, because it looks like Natalie Portman really is a prostitute. At least, she will be, if she gets a part in the dark comedy, Johnny Postal, according to The Sun.

MOVIE babe Natalie Portman is to play a prostitute in her latest flick Johnny Postal.

The V for Vendetta star is reportedly auditioning for the role of a troubled hooker in the dark comedy, which also stars Blondie singer, Deborah Harry.

But, you know, I'm not really sure if we can trust this report. Now, I don't expect every reporter to obsess about Natalie Portman as much as I do, nor do I expect to see the highest standards of newsmanship from entertainment reporters, but lets do a little fact-checking people. In the report from The Sun, they are still saying that Natalie Portman may be nude in her next film, Goya's Ghost.

Natalie seems to have a feel for birthday suit scenes as she is reportedly set to strip in historical drama Goya's Ghosts.

Goya's Ghosts will allegedly show the actress, who plays Alicia, completely naked during torture scenes after she becomes embroiled in a religious scandal because monks accuse her of being a heretic.

Of course, if they had done their research (by maybe reading Egotastic!) they would probably know by now that, in reality, Natalie Portman is not getting naked in Goya's Ghost. That the nude scene was performed by a body double, and you don't even see anything anyway.

And don't get your hopes up to see any Natalie Portman nudity in this new film. Sure, she may be playing a hooker, but she also played a stripper, and we didn't see nothing. But rest assured, on that cold day in hell when Natalie does take it all off, you'll hear about it here first.

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