We already knew that Mila Kunis had joined Darren Aronofsky's The Black Swan, as the rival ballet dancer who haunts Natalie Portman. But Kunis provides a few more details and titbits in this interview with Collider.
She confirms that three months of production will begin in New York in November, and describes the intensive ballet training that's currently knackering her out, seven days a week for four hours a day.
But she talks around rumours of hot jiggy-ness between her and Portman: "Something got out, but the script is so under lock and key that I can't imagine anyone really getting hold of it. But I can't really deny or confirm because I'm not allowed to talk about it."
Helpful. But Kunis is allowed to say that Aronofsky has just completed a further rewrite on the script originally written by John McLaughlin and subsequently tinkered with by Mark Heyman, which he's being "very private about".
"It's a psychological thriller with a lot of twists and turns," she says. More news on those twists and turns as we get it.