Mila Kunis Scored an Award at Venice, Too


While Sofia Coppola's Somewhere was yesterday's big winner at the Venice Film Festival, taking home the Golden Lion for Best Film, That 70s Show actress Mila Kunis also (finally) got some recognition. Kunis was awarded the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young/Emerging Actor or Actress for her great-looking work in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan. While Natalie Portman, Kunis's onscreen rival in the film, was probably ineligible for the "emerging" category, she went home empty-handed, despite early Oscar buzz from critics, with Greek actress Ariane Labed nabbing the festival's Best Actress award for Attenberg. [Official Site]