Natalie Portman's expecting, engaged, and a presumed Oscar frontrunner.
And, oh, yes, she just helped the phrase "sex friends" go mainstream at the box office. Jealous yet?
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No Strings Attached, the relationship comedy starring Portman and Ashton Kutcher, led the weekend competition, with an estimated $20.3 million.
For Kutcher, it's his first No. 1 movie (not counting the ensemble-populated Valentine's Day) in nearly six years, going all the way back to Guess Who.
For Portman, it's her first No. 1 movie as a producer.
And, yes, she's a producer now, too.
And, yes, she can do anything.
Elsewhere, the success, or lack thereof, of Vince Vaughn's and Kevin James' The Dilemma might do a better job at making you feel better about yourself: After two weekends, the $70 million serious comedy is loping along with $33.4 million in the domestic bank.
Seth Rogen's The Green Hornet, which was last weekend's champ, didn't do much better. After its second weekend, the $120 million-esque funny hero flick is at $63.4 million.
Surprise Producers Guild winner The King's Speech didn't lose a step--at all. It was virtually even with last weekend's take.
Oh, and the $13 million Black Swan broke $80 million overall.
So, yes, again, with the Portman.
Here's the rundown of the top-grossing films, per Friday-Sunday numbers as compiled by Exhibitor Relations:
No Strings Attached, $20.3 million The Green Hornet, $18.1 million The Dilemma, $9.7 million The King's Speech, $9.2 million True Grit, $8 million Black Swan, $6.2 million The Fighter, $4.5 million Little Fockers, $4.4 million Yogi Bear, $4.1 million Tron: Legacy, $3.7 million