We’ve updated the gallery with another “new” photo from Natalie’s Dior Rouge Baume campaign courtesy of Dior’s Tumblr.
I’ll keep this really short. It’s been quite a few months since we felt the need to do a small donation drive, but it’s definitely time to send out a reminder for those of you who enjoy the site and have the means to throw a few bucks our way to cover costs. It’s all very much appreciated and ensures we can keep bringing you the Natalie news…or at least we’d be able to bring you news if there was actual news – it’s coming, Natfans, hang in there!
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We have a new addition to the Richard Mille appearance from a few weeks back, and it’s probably the clearest photo so far. Pictured with Natalie is Mille himself and Benjamin. Thanks to Belerofonte.
It’s time for another edition of mini news items.
- Natalie attended Rachel Bilson’s (from The OC and…uh…) baby shower recently, and gave her a birth bead. Not the most lavish of gifts, but it sounds like this was the arranged gift for all of the attendees. The father of the child is sand hater or former Star Wars co-star, Hayden Christensen.
- Much to our chagrin, but not surprise, Natalie’s two films with Terrence Malick didn’t land on the 2014 festival circuit. The Playlist looks at why this may be, along with 14 other notable films that remain under wraps for now.
- Lastly, Pride And Prejudice And Zombies (the one time Natalie starring vehicle, now just baring her name as producer) continues to steam-roll forward with a couple great additions to the cast – Charles Dance and Lena Heady – the fantastic father and daughter duo from Game Of Thrones.
We have just a few photos from Natalie’s appearance at the New York City Ballet Fall Gala, which is a real shame because I’m really digging this look. Bloomberg has a write up of the event, which includes a little Natalie and Benjamin mention near the end.
Thanks to Kitten and Belerofonte.
As promised, here is the big best Leon The Professional scene/moment poll. A big thanks to all who left submissions – sorry if your favourite scene didn’t make it in. The poll doesn’t allow images, so I’ll try and be as descriptive as possible.
As for the Garden State poll, wow, VERY interesting results. Most loved the film then and love it now, which is no big surprise. What is interesting is that almost a 3rd of you like the film less now than you did when it came out. While almost nobody had the opposite experience.
Not quite Blooming Bouquet but cute in their own way, here are some photos of Natalie for the Israel charity, You Have A Friend. The charity distributes food to the less fortunate families in Jerusalem and Natalie is a patron – click here for a written message of support from Natalie, as well as another photo.
Thanks to Belerofonte.
In a few days I want to do a Leon The Professional poll, asking Natalie fans to vote on their favourite scene or moment from the film. Rather than just pick MY favourite moments for you to choose from, I’m opening it up so that you can leave your suggestions in the comments. Selections from the original and extended cut are valid. Go nuts!
This is working out well. The news week has been so quiet that it couldn’t have been planned better to post these great Dior photos to fill the void. Today’s image brings sexy back.
We haven’t had one of these style-centric updates for awhile, but Juan took the effort to track down a couple of the items from Natalie’s return to LA outfit, so let’s make sure it gets seen by any Natalie fans who might want to indulge.
Garden State came out 10 years ago and it’s a film that felt very fresh at the time but it seems opinions have changed a bit. So I wanted to see if this was the case with Natalie fans. I know the answers don’t cover everything but hopefully there is a choice close to how you feel.
As for the results of that glorious Natalie news week – you poor guys are so film deprived that even a sniff of a new project takes precedence over everything.
We’ve got two wonderful pieces of Natalie fanart today. Could be that we see one or two of these in the running for the next Charlie Awards. Thanks to Dejajavu (that is Natalie right?) and Fecundo.