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):

 

 

2 Responses to Tidbits

  1. 2 weeks ago by amo

    a) will Natalie be doing an English accent again then? Interesting. Poor kid if he has to learn a whole new accent.

    b) the movie sounds like a ~tragic story about a man ~falsely accused of child abuse. I fucking hate those movies/books/articles. They think they’re so against the grain. Against the grain would be fucking centring survivors of child abuse in stories about child abuse aka bare minimum basic human decency. Hopefully I’m wrong but Dolan’s films have made this sort of mistake before.


  2. 2 weeks ago by Namor12a

    :”Most Likely To Succeed” also in Harvard… 🙂


 
 
 

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