Feb23

Out for Lunch

Here we have the weekly ration of candid photos. This time Natalie and Benjamin were spotted going out to lunch in Los Feliz a couple of days ago. GotCeleb has the pictures:

 

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Feb22

Song to Song Still

 
Finally we can enjoy the first wave of photos of Song to Song, Terrence Malick’s film to be released in a few weeks, including the first official still with Natalie. here it is:

 

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Jackie is out on Digital HD today, and The Film Stage is sharing a new poster for the Chinese release of the film:

 

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Feb21

Palm Springs Portrait

 
The Wrap has published a portfolio of actors taken at the last Palm Springs Festival, and the portrait of Natalie included in it is simply stunning:

 

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Feb20

Jackie: my review

 

After months waiting, Jackie opened in Spain the last Friday, and finally I had the chance to see it. After all this time, and all the good reviews, I was afraid that the film might not fulfilled my expectations… nothing further of reality.

It´s a GREAT film. It´s probably the more accessible and conventional Larrain´s film to date, but still it´s one of the most interesting biopics that have been made in recent years on an American figure… precisely because there is not a typical biopic.

Watching the film, I understand perfectly why it had so weak commercial success in the US: this is not a detailed story of what happened those sad days on November, it´s a deep study of a character for the four days more stressful and critical of her life. Yes, I say well the word “character” because, as Larraín said in one of the many interviews for the promotion of the film, this is a “fiction told from the intimacy of the private”. We’ll never know for sure what Jackie really was, but the film shows us a person full of nuances, contradictory, selfish, self-centered, but also intelligent, determined and emotional, which helped build, almost without intending, the legend of her husband.

There are also another reason why the movie is not conventional: who goes to a movie theater to see this waiting learn the ins and outs of all that happened these critical days for American history, will feel probably disappointed. the film part of the premise that everyone knows the story, and yes, gives very accurate brushstrokes here and there of what happened behind the scenes … but this is about Jackie and her vital experience during these days, and the film introduces you fully in her personal experience in those hard times.

And here is where Natalie comes into scene: simply she’s superb. the best perfomance of her career, certainly. She cries, laughs, despairs, she confesses in front of the camera. An amalgam of emotions that she shows perfectly in every scene. All of them filmed a few inches of her face by Larrain, always attentive to each gesture and each word.

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Feb20

Jackie Stills

 
Jackie will be released digitally tomorrow, and as a treat, the gallery has been updated with a ton of new and UHQ production stills from the film.

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Feb17

Song to Song Trailer

 
Yes, it’s real. After four years of waiting, here is the Song to Song trailer:

 

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Feb17

Jackie IndieWire Videos

 
At this point we have seen a lot of videos and interviews with Natalie talking about the Pablo Larrain’s film. Well, here we have a few more for IndieWire and Spectrum in its “Contenders Conversations” series:

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Feb17

Out for Lunch

 
More candid photos from yesterday. Again, Natalie and her mother were spotted out for a lunch in Los Angeles.

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Feb16

Song to Song Poster

 
Finally, here is the official poster for Song to Song, Terrence Malick’s latest film, to be premiered at the SXSW Festival in Austin on March 10. Enjoy:

 

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Feb15

Morning Hike with Mom

 
Another morning hike for Natalie in Los Feliz today, this time with her mother… and Whiz. Zimbio has the photos:

 

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Feb15

Vanity Fair Video

 
More videos from Vanity Fair Magazine are emerging gradually. This time Natalie talks about Jackie, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Dirty Dancing, and more…

 

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Feb14

Shopping on Valentine’s Day

 
Natalie and her mother were spotted while shopping at a Rite Aid pharmacy in Los Angeles today. As usual, Daily Mail and Zimbio have the photos:

 

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Feb13

Gallery Updates

 
We’ve updated the gallery with a new production still of Natalie and Peter Sarsgaard on the set of Jackie.

 

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Feb12

BAFTA Awards

 
The BAFTA ceremony was held today at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Unfortunately Natalie was unable to attend due to her advanced state of gestation (the same happened six years ago when she was nominated for Black Swan). This time, the best actress award has been again for Emma Stone in La La Land. In any case, Jackie has won the best costumes award for Madeline Fontaine. Congratulations to the winner.

 

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Feb10

Gallery Updates

 
We’ve updated the gallery with a couple of new-old photos of Natalie (outtakes from a promotional photo shoot with Vincent Flouret for a Canal+ appearance) that are featured in the 2 February 2017 issue of Grazia Italia. Thanks to feo-oliau.

 

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Feb09

Morning Hike in Los Feliz

 
The paparazzi closely follow Natalie’s pregnancy and her morning walks in Los Feliz. This time there are pictures from yesterday morning.

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Feb08

Tidbits

 
Here we have a few tidbits about Natalie’s projects…

-After a few months without news about the last film of Xavier Dolan, The Hollywood Reporter has announced today the incorporation of Jacob Tremblay (Room) to the casting. The young actor will play Natalie’s son in fiction. Here is a more detailed synopsis of the plot:

Set in the early 2000s, Donovan centers on an adult American TV star (Harington) and his correspondence with (a young actor-to-be Tremblay) living with his mother (Portman) in England. Their lives take dramatic turns when the existence of their pen pal relationship is publicly exposed, eliciting the most ill-founded assumptions, and sending Donovan in a vertical downfall. The movie is set in two time periods, with the other being decade later, when the young actor recollects his relationship with his past idol over the course of an interview.

-On the other hand, Natalie will also be one of the guest stars in the third season of sitcom Angie Tribeca, that begins to air on April 10. Presumably the friendship with Rashida Jones, the protagonist of the series, has something to do with her participation. This is a small preview of the season (unfortunately Natalie doesn’t appear in it):

 

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Feb08

The Envelope Video

 
Last November, Natalie took part in one of many roundtables with actresses for “The Envelope”, the LA Times magazine, and finally we can see the full video. Thanks to Ana for the find…

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Feb07

Video Roundup

 
The weeks go by and we still don’t see a trailer for “Song to Song,” Natalie’s next movie to be released in March. To make the wait more bearable, here are a few videos with Natalie as protagonist…

W Magazine continues to publish videos shot during the meeting of actresses for its January issue. This time we have a fictional casting for “The Goonies”, with Natalie, Ruth Negga and Emma Stone:

-Natalie shot a small appearance in the documentary Mr. Gaga last year. This feature tells the story of Ohad Naharin, renowned choreographer and artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company, an artistic genius who redefined the language of modern dance. Here we have a couple of videos in which we can see her, both in the documentary and behind the scenes:

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