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- As incentives for the contest winner, she offered her designer Rodarte dress, worn at the red carpet premiere of Black Swan, along with tickets to her next premiere.
- The film's release was gradually widened in subsequent weeks, similarly to how the studio had successfully done in years prior with films such as Black Swan and The Descendants.
- In September 2010, Cuarón received approval from Warner Bros. to offer the role without a screen test to Natalie Portman, who was praised for her performance in Black Swan (2010) at that time.
- Aronofsky's next film was Black Swan, which had been in development since 2001, a psychological thriller horror film about a New York City ballerina.
- The duo also contributed a new version of the song "Don't Think" titled "Nina Frequency", as well as two new songs "Electric Hands" and "Danka Jane", to the soundtrack of the 2010 film Black Swan directed by Darren Aronofsky.
- In 2010, Ryder played Beth McIntyre, an aging ballet star in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan.
- Kunis was nominated for multiple awards, including her first Golden Globe, for the 2010 film Black Swan.
- Several aspects of Aronofsky's films have been controversial, most notably Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, and mother!.
- To make the fallen angels' movements realistic, VFX supervisor Ben Snow and Aronofsky studied footage of real ballet dancers from the director's Oscar-winning drama Black Swan.
- The 16mm Arriflex 416 camera and Ultra Prime 16 lenses were used in the filming of the 2010 film, Black Swan.
- By then Aronofsky had dropped out to work on MGM's RoboCop remake, followed by Black Swan.
- Ari Handel—Aronofsky's collaborator on The Fountain, The Wrestler, and Black Swan—helped Aronofsky develop the script.
- In 2010, Einaudi wrote the music for the trailer of Black Swan.
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