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Natalie Portman will have a busy 2011

Posted by Steve Greenlee  January 19, 2011 03:54 PM

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NUP_143187_8202.JPGHarvard grad Natalie Portman, who won a Golden Globe Sunday night for her portrayal of a troubled ballerina in "Black Swan" and stars in the new romantic comedy "No Strings Attached," has a busy year ahead of her. Not only is she pregnant with her first child and getting married to choreographer Benjamin Millepied, but she's got four more movies in the works -- a schedule that even she admits is "a little insane." Portman plays a warrior in the comedy-adventure "Your Highness" and a human in the superhero film "Thor," and she's also working on two movies -- "Hesher" and "Best Buds" -- through her own production company, Handsomecharlie Films. Despite the hectic personal and private life, the actress said she's been relaxing with her mother on the West Coast. "I think because so much is going on, it's just sort of going over my head," Portman told the Associated Press. "I don't know that I'm taking it all in. I'm just like, 'Oh, the sun is shining. I'm with my mom. I'm with my dog. Life is good.'"

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