Women’s March in LA

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Natalie has attended the Women’s March in Los Angeles today, where she has given a inspirational speech at the stage, along with other artists like Eva Longoria, Viola Davis or Scarlett Johansson. These are the first images and videos of her in the event:

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Lady Bird Screening

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Natalie attended a Lady Bird Screening at ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood yesterday night, where she moderated the post Q&A with her pal Greta Gerwig. Variety has an interesting article about it, and here are a couple of instagram posts taken at the theatre:

Not only did I get to enjoy @ladybirdmovie but it was followed by a Q&A with @gerwiggreta moderated by @nportmanofficial! #stoked #film #la #lalife #actor #actorlife #screening #womeninfilm #comingofage

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More Tennis Game

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Natalie was photographed with some friends, taking new tennis lessons, today in LA. Gotceleb has the photos:

Natalie Joins Women´s March 2018

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According to ET Online, Natalie will attend Women´s March in Los Angeles next Saturday. Viola Davis, Elizabeth Banks, Allison Janney, Connie Britton, Sarah Hyland, Mila Kunis, Eva Longoria, Ellen Barkin, Rob Reiner, Mary Steenburgen, along with performers Andy Grammer and Keala Settle, also will take the stage:

According to a press release from the Women’s March LA Foundation, this year’s march will encourage participants to use their vote, and will have voter registration available on-site. Speakers will address issues such as voter turnout, access, restrictions and intimidation and will discuss a plan of action leading up to the midterm elections in November 2018 and beyond.

The event will kick off in Pershing Square in downtown L.A. at 8:30 a.m., followed by the march at 10 A.M., and festivities are expected to continue until 3 p.m.

More Candids

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And more photos taken yesterday: Natalie was spotted leaving a Backery in Los Angeles. This Time, HawtCeleb has the photos:

Kingdom Day Parade

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Natalie has attended the Martin Luther King Jr.’s March in Los Angeles today, supporting the Time’s Up movement with Jussie Smollett, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Josiah Bell, Mudbound director Dee Rees and Senator Kamala Harris. We have a few pictures of Natalie at the Parade, which took place on the streets of LA throughout the day:

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Weekend Candids

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Natalie has been seen with her family this weekend on the streets of Los Angeles. As usual, Daily Mail have two different sets of photos. It should be noted that the faces of the children are blurred:

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Sunday Morning Full Video

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Natalie had a TV appearance on CBS Sunday Morning today, as part of a panel on the Time’s Up movement hosted by Oprah Winfrey. Here is the full video:

Brief Golden Globes Musings

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I wanted to follow up on Belerofonte’s post about Natalie Portman’s Golden Globes controversy. Running the site’s social accounts, I’ve seen a lot of the anger firsthand and thought I’d add my two cents.

To those who feel that Natalie stepped over the mark and ruined the moment for the directors:

It’s the Golden Globes. A show where celebs get drunk, lob jokes at each other on stage and generally push the boundaries in ways they wouldn’t at more formal awards shows. In short, chill out. I’m sure the likes of Steven Spielberg and Ridley Scott couldn’t care less.

To those who feel that Greta Gerwig and other women directors were excluded because of their gender:

Maybe. But if the voters were so against someone like Gerwig, they sure showed it in a very strange way – 4 big nominations and winning Best Comedy. The idea that “well, it won best film so it has to be best director as well” has always struck me as a silly argument. If there was no difference between Best Director and Best Film then there wouldn’t be two categories.

Everyone has their own idea of what Best Director means. I haven’t seen Lady Bird but it seems genuinely considered to be one of the best screenplay’s of the year – that’s the sort of thing that can count against a Best Director nomination or win.

Basically, I find myself somewhere in the middle. Where did you come down?

New Annihilation Images

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Thanks to Oscarisaacfandom, here we have a new still of the film, taken from a poster stand in a movie theater. Keeping in mind that there are less than six weeks left for its release in the USA, presumably we will see more promotional images soon…

"We were neither what we had been nor what we would become once we reached our destination." #jeffvandermeer #annihilation #oscarisaac #natalieportman #ginarodriguez #tessathompson #february #2018

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Lunch in Silverlake

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Natalie and Amalia were spotted after a lunch in Silverlake yesterday. Daily Mail has a couple of photos (baby´s face is blurred):

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Panel Discussion on Time’s Up Campaign

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Oprah Winfrey hosted a panel on impact of Time’s Up campaign in Pasadena early this week. Natalie, America Ferrera, Tracee Ellis-Ross, Reese Witherspoon, producer Shonda Rimes, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, and attorney Nina Shaw gathered with Winfrey to talk about the efforts to bring change to how women are treated in the entertainment industry and around the world. Here is a preview of the discussion to be broadcast on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” January 14:

Edit: added group photo

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Pale Blue Dot

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To much consternation, Natalie’s rumoured appearance in Gravity fell through and Sandra Bullock took her spot in the spacesuit. Well, Natalie might finally get to space in Noah Hawley’s (Fargo series) Pale Blue Dot. Reese Witherspoon was going to star but has had to drop out over TV commitments, opening the door for Natalie. She is currently in talks but, given how much I love Fargo, I hope this one pans out.

Natalie Portman Pale Blue Dot

“Pale Blue Dot” follows a successful female astronaut who, after coming back home from a mission in space, starts to unravel when confronted by her seemingly perfect American dream life. The film explores the theory that astronauts who spend long periods of time in space begin to lose their sense of reality when they return home.

Read the full report at Variety.

Natalie´s remark at the Golden Globes

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There is no doubt that Natalie’s shade during the award for best director at the Golden Globes has been one of the most commented moments these last two days. There have been all kinds of reactions, mostly positive, highlighting the audacity of the moment, but she has also been accused of being unnecessarily rude to the honored directors that night. Whatever the opinions on it, it´s obvious that it has served to generate debate about the lack of representation of women directors in the industry. Greta Gerwig was asked about it in “The View” this morning:

Steven Spielberg, one of the nominees at the Golden Globes, and Patty Jenkins, were asked about the matter by Entertainment Tonight last night:

Also, Guillermo del Toro, the winner of the award last Sunday, showed his support for Natalie’s message, in an email sent to IndieWire:

“I think it was great!” he wrote. “She should say exactly what she feels. There is phenomenal work being done by female directors.” He singled out several awards season contenders from women directors, adding that “’Mudbound,’ ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Wonder Woman’ are all terrific.”

Maybe we can see a female director nominated at the Oscars in the coming weeks? We’ll see…

Natalie at the Golden Globes

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As announced, Natalie attended the Golden Globes ceremony today. She toured the red carpet next to America Ferrera and then presented the award for best direction with Ron Howard. The ceremony had its high points in the triumph of “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”, “Ladybird”, the speech of Oprah Winfrey … and Natalie’s remark about the absence of female directors in the category. Here, a few stunning photos:

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First Natalie´s Instagram Video

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The Golden Globes ceremony will begin in just a couple of hours, and Natalie will attend the event as one of the presenters. As the time comes, she has wanted to explain in person why the guests will wear black dresses in her recently opened instagram account:


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The red carpet will start within half an hour…

Natalie and Reese Tidbits

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As you saw earlier, Reese Witherspoon and Natalie are getting the word out about #timesupnow and in what might already be the cutest video of the year, Reese, Natalie, and an Instagram filter produced this:

That’s not all, Reese also announced Natalie’s arrival on Instagram (follow Natalie here!) with this cute post:
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Supporting Time’s Up

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It seems that Natalie has been with Eva Longoria, Brie Larson, Edgar Ramirez, Jessica Chastain, Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern today, supporting the Time’s Up movement, and it has been recorded in the instagram accounts of some of them (including Natalie’s) . I can only say that it’s been a long time since we saw Natalie so funny:

#TIMESUP on abuse, harassment, and assault. #TIMESUP on oppression and marginalization. #TIMESUP on misrepresentation and underrepresentation. Sign the solidarity letter and donate to the @TIMESUPNOW Legal Defense Fund: Link in bio. [photo by @brielarson ]

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Natalie on the Time´s Up Movement

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Today is a day of several news in Natland …

Vulture has a very interesting interview with Natalie about her involvement in the Time’s Up Movement. In the article she describes the origin of the initiative and the measures that Time´s Up intends to achieve in the coming years.

Click on the image to read it:

Natalie to Present at the Golden Globes

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According to InStyle, Natalie will be one of the presenters at the 2018 Golden Globes ceremony, which will be held next Sunday. As we all remember, Natalie was nominated for best actress in drama for “Jackie” last year:

We will be looking forward to the first public appearance of Natalie in 2018.