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Natalie Portman: Can I Get A Medic?

Natalie Portman: Can I Get A Medic?

Natalie Portman leaves The Late Show with David Letterman after her appearance on Monday (November 22) in New York City.

The 29-year-old told David Letterman about how she was injured while filming Black Swan. “I injured a rib, I like dislocated a rib, it sort of went under another one…when you get lifted it just sort of went under,” she said.

“It’s funny because when I got injured I called the producer, I was like ‘Could you get the medic? I need an ice pack or something right now or Advil’ and he was like, ‘Oh, we don’t have a medic because it’s super low budget,’ Natalie said. ‘I have been working for like twenty years, I don’t even think that’s legal. I was like before you take away a medic, take away my trailer…and the next day I didn’t have a trailer, I swear to God!’”

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  • Iffy Miffy

    She really uses the word “like” …. sounds horrible when it’s a grown woman and not a teen.

  • ll

    yeah, right

  • nakedoldjennifer

    Portman is beautiful and a really good actress, didn’t like the yellow dress she wore on the show

  • ida

    @Iffy Miffy:
    and she is supposed to be a Harvard graduate

  • love

    Natalie, Sharon C loves you.

  • marq

    The picture’s “slow burn” all the way up to Portman’s incendiary sex scene with Mila Kunis might just underscore “Black swan theory”, that theory of robustness, uncertainty and fragility, which holds that such hard to predict, and rare occurrences can obtain epic trigger effects far beyond the dimension of ordinary world events.

    Ballet is that pinnacle of dance, anyway, established as the court amusement by/for King Louis XIV of France. upon his ascension to absolute power.

    For ballet now to serve as a backdrop in the vehicle for Portman to dazzle us with her stuff, just might project raw sensuality straight to our keenest nerves and senses. Maybe this mere movie might somehow propel and elevate us all to a brand new level of sentience and seeing and feeling and appreciating things.

  • the truth

    @Iffy Miffy: But she can say what she like. Everyone else say that and its ok.

  • http://hel Vibe

    Just because she use the word “LIKE” doesn’t mean she is not intelligence. I hear way to many other celebrities who have college Ed who use colloquialisms to express themselves or simple meanings seems it doesn’t stop fans from liking them.

    I’m glad she does see the need for medical personal on set usually most movies have legal on set to make sure they use the actors w/o danger funny that many still won’t pay them. Glad Natalie saw the need and offered her trailer in payment for medical aid.

  • reyes

    lol that was a funny story. Letterman seems to have very high praise for Portman. I’m very excited for the film to come out already. GO NATALIE!!!

  • Boston61

    What an incredibly spoiled self involved girl. Go get your own freaking Advil!!!!!!!

  • lexy hates bilson

    Love her! She’s so talented and beautiful. Can’t wait to see her new movie!!

  • v

    @Boston61: If her rib was broken maybe she couldn’t move!

  • Glamourous

    The use of “like” and “up-speak” has hit every English speaking country in the world. People adopt the spoken language they hear and are exposed to so to judge someone for that is silly.
    Are you aware @Iffy Miffy: that the use of “really” as a modifier (in the way you’ve used it) came about in the 90s on the show Friends. They also pioneered the use of “so” as a modifier as well. I think that you should examine your own speech because you yourself are using words in non-typical ways.

  • @Boston61

    @Boston61: Why is this toxic poster still here?

  • Blech

    @Iffy Miffy: AGREED.

  • Zukayi

    I like her she’s a beautiful and talented actress and with BRAINS something most hollywood actresses dont!

  • padme

    In an industry full of self-centered, ambitious divas, Natalie is definitely an exception if she would rather forego her trailer for an on-site medic. Bravo, Natalie!