Natalie and Benjamin were seen walking around Beverly Hills today. Just Jared has a few pictures:
It seems that today we can see, through a VR app of New York Times Magazine, nine virtual reality films featuring actors who have given powerful performances on the big screen this year… and Natalie is one of them. Here is the video:
… and the photo after the jump:
Next weekend Jackie will expand to 26 theaters in the USA. Until then, here are a few tidbits to make the wait bearable…
–Vanity Fair has a new article focused on the costumes of the Pablo Larrain´s film, made by Madeline Fontaine. Some of the stills that illustrate it are brand new:
After some unlucky days in which the movie hadn´t won any critics awards, Natalie won best actress in WAFCA (Washington DC Area Film Critics Association). Jackie also got an award for best portrayal of the city in a movie:
— WAFCA (@WAFCA) December 5, 2016
After the maelstrom of news that has been these days with the US release of Jackie, comes a relative calm in Natland. Good opportunity to rescue news and videos of the week. To begin with, here are a few red carpet interviews at the Premiere in Washington DC last Thursday:
Not one or two, but three special screenings are the ones that have been tonight for Jackie. While Billy Crudup has attended one at the Sunshine movie theaters in New York, and Pablo Larraín has been in another one in the Arclight cinemas in LA, Natalie has attended a third one at the Zanuck Theater, also in Los Angeles, along Beth Grant. Here we have a couple of instagram photos from the event:
It must be recognized that Fox Searchlight is really doing the maximum to promote the film and create a good campaign for it. Here we have a new featurette, exclusive for iTunes:
— iTunes Trailers (@iTunesTrailers) December 2, 2016
Today is the day: Jackie opens in the US, in a limited release at five theatres in Los Angeles and New York. This number will increase in the following weeks. To celebrate, what better than a new selection of exclusive stills of the film for Time Magazine:
Click on the image below to see them:
Much like her score for Under the Skin, Mica Levi’s Jackie score is getting praise from all over. Now you can listen yourself to see what all the fuss is about…as long as you’re in a country that has Spotify.
Take a listen by clicking the thumb below.