And more interviews on the occasion of ATOLAD release this week. This time for The Guardian. The article comes complete with a stunning Natalie photo:
Not one, but two were the events that Natalie attended yesterday to promote ATOLAD. She was at Aol Build in the morning, and afternoon was a conversation with Annette Insdorf on 92nd Street Y, not only on her directorial debut, but about her whole career. Hawtcelebs has the photos:
Hot on the heels of all the news this week, we have Natalie sharing the cover of Madame Figaro with her Planetarium costar Lily-Rose Depp. Click the cover to view the full spread in our gallery.
Natalie made another media appearance, this time for the Wall Street Journal Cafe, to promote ATOLAD. By now you might feel like you’ve heard enough about that project, so you might want to stick around for the end where Natalie talks about her non-involvement with Thor 3 (sounds pretty final), the Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic and future directing projects.
After the premiere and after party, Natalie and Benjamin were spotted leaving Il Buco Italian restaurant in New York. Hawtcelebs has some pictures of it:
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Today was a great day to be a Natalie fan, certainly. After a couple of television appearances, here are a few pictures of the A Tale of Love and Darkness Premiere & After Party in New York.
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Edit: Premiere video added
We’ve updated the gallery with some new (albeit watermarked) candid photos of Natalie seen out in SoHo earlier today, including some more new photos of her appearance at GMA at the ABC Studios this morning in Manhattan.
It seems that Natalie had a busy day today attending the press and giving interviews for the premiere of A Tale of Love and Darkness in USA, including a TV appearance on Charlie Rose’s program, which airs tonight. Here is a short preview:
Gradually they come out advances from new Dior campaign starring by Natalie. This time it’s a brief Instagram video with the famous song by James Brown:
Thanks to Edenliao for the find…
Some big “mini” news items for you guys today so let’s get straight to it.
– One Big Soul has revealed that Broad Green have set Natalie’s next Terrence Malick film, Weightless, for release in the U.S. on March 17, 2017. They seem to think that a Berlinale unveiling, like Knight of Cups, is likely.
– In more great news, musician and composer Mica Levi will be producing the score for Jackie. Her score for Under The Skin is one of the most haunting and memorable musical scores that I’ve ever heard so I’m really thrilled about this. That said, the music for Jackie will probably be significantly different.
– Finally, artist Shirin Neshat, had some really nice things to say about her artistic short film collaboration with Natalie, Illusions and Mirrors.
“With Natalie, her professionalism and experience as an actress was tremendous. I almost didn’t have to explain anything, she was so quick to understand what I was looking for,” Neshat recalls. “As it was a great pleasure for me to work with someone as Natalie’s caliber, I think for Natalie, who works on big Hollywood productions, it was a fun experiment to work on an experimental, abstract video piece.”