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Natalie Portman was a hot property back in 2011, fresh off her Best Actress win at the 83rd annual Academy Awards for her mesmerizing turn as Nina Sayers in Darren Aronofsky's ballet thriller Black Swan. The Israeli-born star had the industry's top critics eating out of her hand, but her follow-up project wound up leaving a sour taste in the mouth. 2011's No Strings Attached came out a month before the Oscars ceremony took place in February, and luckily for Portman the negative reviews (Roger Ebert questioned why she agreed to produce such a film) were not enough to make members of the Academy think twice about crowning her the year's best actress.

Her output since then has been shocking for an actress with such ability, however. Portman followed No Strings Attached with stoner comedy misfire Your Highness and, bar her brief appearances as love interest Jane Foster in Marvel's Thor movies, she has done little of note since. 2016 proved a particularly unfruitful year on the whole (Planetarium, Jane Got A Gun and Knight of Cups were all deemed splats on the trusty Tomatometer) although her portrayal of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in upcoming Pablo Larrain biopic Jackie has reportedly put Portman firmly in the Oscars race.

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