Actress Natalie Portman attends the premiere of 'Black Swan' at the Ziegfeld Theatre on Nov. 30 in New York City. Evan Agostini/AP
Natalie Portman is shown in a scene from the psychological thriller 'Black Swan,' 2010. Niko Tavernise/Fox Searchlight/AP
In 'The Other Boleyn Girl,' sisters Anne (Natalie Portman, r.) and Mary Boleyn (Scarlett Johansson, l.) are rivals for the love of King Henry VIII, 2008. Alex Bailey/Columbia Pictures/FILE
Natalie Portman appears as Francine in Tom Tykwer's 'Faubourg Saint-Denis' segment of the movie 'Paris, Je T'aime,' 2006. Mathilde Bonnefoy/Victoires International 2006/FILE
Natalie Portman has the role of Evey and Hugo Weaving plays V in the action thriller 'V for Vendetta,' 2006. David Appleby/Warner Bros/FILE
Natalie Portman as Evey undergoes a head shaving by Jeremy Woodhead, key hair designer, in 'V for Vendetta,' 2006. David Appleby/Warner Bros./FILE
Natalie Portman plays Alice in 'Closer,' a tale of romantic intrigue, 2004. Stephen Goldblatt/Columbia Pictures/Reuters/FILE
Natalie Portman plays Samantha and Zach Braff has the role of Andrew Largeman in the romantic comedy 'Garden State,' 2004. K.C. Baily/Camelot Pictures/AP/FILE
Senator Padme Amidala, played by Natalie Portman, sees Anakin Skywalker, played by Hayden Christensen, for the first time in 10 years in a scene from 'Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones,' 2002. Lucasfilm Ltd./Reuters/FILE
Queen Amidala, played by Natalie Portman, appears on a viewscreen aboard a Trade Federation battleship to demand that officials end their blockade of her planet, 'Naboo,' in this scene from 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace,' 1999. Keith Hamshere/Lucasfilm Ltd/Reuters/FILE
Natalie Portman plays Marty and Timothy Hutton plays Willie Conway in 'Beautiful Girls,' a film about relationships, 1996. Newscom/FILE
Natalie Portman plays Matilda, the young orphan taken under the wing of hitman Leon (Luc Besson) in The Professional, 1994. Newscom/FILE
Natalie Portman's husband Benjamin Millepied, who transformed the actress into an Academy Award-winning prima ballerina for 'Black Swan,' heads off to Paris.
ByLori Hinnant, Associated Press
Chris Pizzello / AP / File
Natalie Portman's husband, Benjamin Millepied, the "Black Swan" choreographer who helped transform Natalie Portman into an obsessed, paranoid ballerina for the film and later married the actress, was named director of the Paris Opera Ballet on Thursday.