Mila Kunis has revealed she was thrilled to gain back the weight she lost in order to portray a ballet dancer in Darren Aronofsky's 'Black Swan'.
Mila Kunis was happy to go back to her normal body size after working on 'Black Swan'.
The actress - who stars opposite Natalie Portman in the Darren Aronofsky - directed psychological thriller about a troubled ballet dancer - had to lose weight to become a typical dancer in the film, but was grateful to stop working out when it had wrapped.
She said: "To be able to pretend to be a ballerina for five months was great - but boy, was I happy to get out of that life."
However the Hollywood beauty did enjoy the "challenge" of becoming so physically fit.
She said: "The best part was the challenge of it, the challenge of changing your body."
Natalie - who won the Best Actress Oscar for the role earlier this year - worked out for eight hours a day to get as thin as she could to play a dancer.
Discussing it recently, she said: "You are constantly putting your body through extreme pain, so you get that understanding of the self-flagellation of a ballet dancer."