Natalie Portman Ties The Knot With Benjamin Millepied

Natalie Portman said “I do” on Saturday night to her fiancé of two years, French dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied, on the scenic central California coast of Big Sur, a source confirms to PEOPLE.

Surrounded by family and friends, including Ivanka Trump, the pair exchanged vows after dark in a Jewish ceremony at a private home.

The Oscar winner, 31, first met Millepied, 35, on the set of Black Swan in the fall of 2009. He worked as a choreographer on the film and the two started to date during the shoot. By December 2010, the couple announced they were engaged and expecting their first child. Their son Aleph is 14-months old.


“Nothing is more important than my personal life,” Portman recently told France’s Madame Figaro magazine. “It’s something which comes first, always makes sense, and compared to the happiness of a successful family life, everything else is practically superficial.”

Now that Portman has made her love official, the newlywed may consider becoming a French citizen like her husband.

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Source: People

Image: The Hollywood Reporter

Did Channing Tatum Steal Another Stripper’s Story For ‘Magic Mike’?

Two ex-male strippers who once worked with Channing Tatum claim his new movie “Magic Mike” is a giant SLAP IN THE FACE … claiming the actor stole THEIR stories and turned it into his own Hollywood gold.

FYI — Tatum doesn’t just star in the film, he’s also a producer — and has claimed the film is partially based on his real-life experiences as a dancer back in Florida. But TMZ spoke to Thomas “Awesome” Austin and London Steele – both guys worked with Tatum back in his FL stripper days — who say the film is based more off their lives than his … even down to the title — “Magic Mike” — which is a name Austin says he coined for another dancer.


‘Awesome’ Austin tells TMZ … he and his former male dance buddies are a like a “brotherhood” and, while they’re happy for Channing’s success, they feel betrayed by the actor for not involving any of them in the film.

They claim they took Tatum under their wings when he was a nobody and taught him all their special stripper-moves like “The Hot Seat” — which is featured in the film and Austin says he invented it. A rep for Channing had no comment.

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Source & Image: TMZ