We have another behind-the-scenes throwback photo for you all tonight, this time of Natalie having her makeup done on the set of Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.
Finally here we have the first pictures of Natalie on the set of Annihilation. They don’t have a great quality, but we can see the look that she will have in the movie.
Click on the image below to see them:
It’s a very quiet beginning of week in Natland, but here are a few tidbits for you all, guys.
-First of all, Annihilation continues filming in England, and this weekend were shooting scenes in Aldershot, southwest of London. Unfortunately no photos where the actors appear, but a (distant) Instagram picture of night shooting:
The filming of “Annihilation” continues, and gradually get to know more details of the movie.
-This weekend, shooting will move to Aldershot, England. According to this article, the evening of Friday to Saturday the streets of the city will serve as a set to simulate “Baltimore Street”:
Residents and businesses living near Alison’s Road have received a letter from the supervising location manager for the movie, Alex Gladstone, telling them of plans for filming between Friday (May 27) at 6pm and 5am Saturday morning.
The letter says: “Alison’s Road, Aldershot, has been identified as a great visual and logistical potential in being used to represent a ‘Baltimore Street’ in the film.
“In a scene near the beginning of the film, an ambulance is seen to be stopped on its journey by a group of mysterious vehicles… including a helicopter…
-Also, according to IMDB, there are two recent addictions to the cast: Sonoya Mizuno (who worked with Garland in Ex Machina) and Crystal Clarke (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Assassin’s Creed); It assumed in short roles …
Fiona B tweeted this photo from the set of Planetarium in Paris last week, which is a bit of a Where’s Waldo:
— Fiona B (@fiona_buie) October 5, 2015
Hit the jump to see a great Instagram snap from user coolasa of Natalie in costume yesterday. Thanks to Belerofonte and Kitten for the finds. (more…)
Yesterday, we got some lovely shots from the Planetarium set in Paris, which can be found here. Luckily, user Aurore actually got a first hand experience on this new shoot. Here is a look at what went down. Congratulations on the awesome experience!
Here is an instagram shot of the event found at the user accroaupopcorn:
It’s great seeing Jane Got A Gun content finally emerging from the shadows. Today we have the first on set photo of Natalie. She’s posing with Joel Edgerton, writer (the rewrite, not the original script) Anthony Tambakis, and a good ‘ol stars and stripes.
Thanks to 15milestation and Szabolcs.
The image of Natalie from the Untitled Terrence Malick film, which we posted on Thursday, received quite a lot of attention on our Facebook page – a reach of almost 20k so far. It dawned on me that a) there may be a lot of Natalie fans who weren’t around during the filming and missed all those great set photos and b) sex appeal sells.
So here is a little trip down memory lane – a few of the sexy looks that we might get to see in the film, if they make the cut. I’m not including any images that I feel could be too big of a spoiler, so obviously tread with caution if that worries you.
Jane Got A Gun is supposedly going to be released in less than 4 months. The troubled production, moved release date, lukewarm early reviews and lack of official promotional materials, all combine to create an air of “meh” amongst many Natalie fans. So it’s nice to have a slight silver lining from this interview with co-star on Jane, Joel Edgerton.
“But out of the fire has been forged this quite remarkable movie,” says Edgerton of the completed film, which Relativity will release in February. “There’s never been a mathematical equation that says a good experience making a movie equates to a good movie, or a bad experience on a set is going to lead to a bad movie. That’s the unquantifiable nature of moviemaking, and it means you’ve got to go in with the right intentions and hope that the ship is steered in the right direction by all of the different people pulling the ropes, so that you eventually land at the port you wanted to land at.
“At the end of the day, the movie will be judged for what it is, and I think it’s fucking great,” he muses. “Thank God, because I would have killed myself if I’d gone through all that and then the movie was terrible. I would have been so disappointed. How could I have gone through all of this and then been disappointed in the result?”
Thanks to Belerofonte.