Make A Wish

How about a little heart warming on this cold (at least where I am) Sunday afternoon? Last year Natalie worked with Make A Wish Australia to make one specific dream, of a young cancer sufferer, come true. Click the thumb below to read the full story up on the Make A Wish Australia Facebook page.


Thanks to Kitten for the find.


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Out and About in L.A.

A solo Natalie was spotted out running errands while sporting one of her favorite brands again last Wednesday (the same day she was spotted out with Aleph) in Los Angeles. Thanks to Kitten for the find.


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More Dior Star

Here are some more shots from the campaign shoot, although right now they’re all a bit low quality. I’m sure we’ll be getting better quality versions sooner rather than later. Click the thumb to view the gallery.

Thanks again to Kitten and Belerofonte.



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Dior Star

The new Dior campaign is here and…I’m liking it. Classic and a bit frosty. Nice.

Below are the print ads, but we’ll have more from the campaign later on today. Thanks to Kitten and Belerofonte.




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Still out and about in L.A.

Looks like the L.A. paparazzi are still out in full force, as Natalie was spotted out running errands again in Los Feliz, this time with Aleph (who is very visible). Thanks to Kitten for the find.


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Out and about in L.A.

Another day, another super-exciting set of candid photos of Natalie attending a Pilates class and feeding a parking meter in Los Feliz. Thanks to Kitten for the finds.


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Get Shorty

Another new set of photos as Natalie, Ben and a very visible Aleph head out to lunch. You wouldn’t think it from the thumb below, but Natalie is actually rocking a pair of jean shorts.

Thanks to Kitten.



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Gallery Updates

We’ve updated the gallery with yet another new outtake from Natalie’s 2013 Frederic Auerbach photo shoot for Christian Dior Parfums. A big thanks to edenLiao for the find.


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Trader Joe

We’ve got even more candid photos of Natalie out and about in LA. The paparazzi must have really missed here. Here is a new set from a shopping trip to Trader Joe’s.



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Comments Problem

I believe there was a problem with commenting this past week. Sorry about that but the issue has been resolved.


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A bit of this, a bit of that. You know the drill by now.

- Marvel have announced the release dates for 5 further films, from Mid 2016 through to 2019. They, however, have not yet revealed what the films are. It’s probably safe to assume one of those slots will be for Thor 3. Yay?

- The Italian distributor of Natalie’s A Tale Of Love And Darkness, Massimo Ferrero, seems to think he’ll be able to bring Natalie to see his football/soccer club, Sampdoria, which he recently bought. He claims she will be the godmother of the club. Okay then…

- And finally, this is remarkably not a photo of Natalie, but rather a digital painting by Guy Bourraine Jr.



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Meeting with Jim Toth

Natalie was spotted yesterday on her way to a meeting with talent agent Jim Toth in Los Angeles. A big thanks to Kitten for the finds.


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The Euro Focus Poll

With the big news that Natalie will be focusing more on European films, it’s high time for that poll to see where her fans stand. Have fun!

As for the last poll, nothing too surprising in the results about Knight Of Cups. I just hope we can get confirmation and a trailer soon.



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Natalie was photographed in LA again today, this time heading from a morning Pilates class. It’s nice for fans to get to see Natalie but I’m sure she’s not going to miss the LA paparazzi.

Thanks to Belerofonte.



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Out and About in Los Feliz

Over the weekend, Natalie was spotted standing in line for coffee after a pilates class, and later stopping by a local nursery with Benjamin and Aleph (pictured) in Los Feliz. Thanks to Belerofonte and Kitten for the finds (via Zimbio and Just Jared).


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This update contains some really big, Natalie world shifting news. However, at the same time, if we really think about it, this change has already occurred and we’ve experiencing it for awhile.

So let’s back up a bit. We know that Natalie has moved to Paris with her family. Given how little acting work she’s done since her Oscar win, and that she’s committed this year to completing her first feature film, we also know that her professional focus may have shifted. And it wasn’t that long ago that we heard she was looking for representation in Europe.


So the news that Natalie has joined premier French agency, Adéquat (is that name ironic?), should not be that big of a shock. What is a surprise is that Natalie is parting ways with long time business partner and manager, Aleen Keshishian. Aleen met Natalie when she auditioned for the Kirsten Dunst part in Interview With A Vampire, and soon after that became her manager. She has been with Natalie from day 1 and is responsible for among other things, Natalie taking on the name “Portman” instead of her birth name, and for taking a chance on SNL.



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Natalie was spotted out again earlier this week, this time leaving Italian eatery Osteria Mozza with Benjamin and Aleph (pictured) in Los Angeles. Candids courtesy of Russian HELLO! and popcornnews.



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Smiles In LA

We’re not sure whether Natalie is back in LA for work or personal reasons, but it’s certainly nice to see a big smile on her face in this rather jolly set of paparazzi snaps.

Thanks to Belerofonte.

Natalie Portman Runs Errands In Los Angeles


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Out and About in Hollywood

Natalie was spotted out and about again, this time picking up some food to go at M Café in West Hollywood yesterday. Thanks to Kitten (via Just Jared) for the find.


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Malick Primer

I stumbled across this Making Of video for The Tree Of Life and was completely sucked in. It’s a nice insight into what Malick is like as a filmmaker as we wait for Knight Of Cups and the Untitled Austin Film to arrive.


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