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EXCLUSIVE: Mila Kunis Wishes Audience Would Take More Away From 'Black Swan' Than Lesbian Sex Scene

Jan. 16: Mila Kunis walks the red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards.

Jan. 16: Mila Kunis walks the red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards.

 Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller "Black Swan" may have garnered praise for its superb acting, artsy cinematography and intense portrayal of the professional ballet world, but there is no denying that there is one memorable scene most moviegoers just can't stop talking about: the raunchy lesbian love scene between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis.

And while Kunis accepts that the hot and heavy bedroom moment is bound to cause tongues to wag, she does wish audiences would look beyond those controversial couple of minutes.

"It's one of those things where we shot it, we did it, and you hope people walk away from the film with something else, other than just the memory of that two minute scene," she told FOX411's Pop Tarts at the W Magazine Golden Globes Party on Friday night. "But it is what it is, so you can't deny it."

On that note, we couldn't help but ask who "acted" better in those intimate scenes - Portman or her co-star in the upcoming racy comedy "Friends With Benefits,” Justin Timberlake.

"Oh I'm not even going to touch that," she told us with a laugh earlier in the evening while at the 16th Annual VH1 Critics Choice Awards, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.

Nonetheless, it is highly doubtful that Kunis was too distraught she lost out on the award to “The Fighter” star Melissa Leo. The seemingly cool 27-year-old admitted that not only does she not take the whole "Hollywood Awards Season" schtick particularly seriously, but she doesn't even read reviews, articles, or any stories pertaining to her films – regardless of whether they're good or bad.

"Everyone has the right to their opinion and no one is wrong or right,” Kunis added. “So I just don't read anything.”

Yet she isn’t the only one that refuses to get all wrapped up in the hoopla of Hollywood Awards Season.

Mark Ruffalo’s film “The Kids Are Alright” is one of the heavy hitters this year, but it’s going to be challenging for him to pretend to enjoy all the glitz and glamour of the shows.

“I don’t think I’ve ever watched an awards show. I get bored to death at them, even when I’m attending,” Ruffalo told us.

Deidre Behar contributed to this report


Hollie McKay has been a FoxNews.com staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq. Follow her on twitter at @holliesmckay