I've updated the gallery with textless versions of two shots from Natalie's appearance in the February issue of Elle France. Hopefully some HQs from this photoshoot will pop up soon.
Amo found what appears to be the poster that is going to be used in the UK. It's maybe marginally better than the US version but that's not saying a…
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You know the drill so let’s turn it on.
– Let’s begin with the story of NY’s elite bartenders putting together cocktails to honour Oscar nominees. Natalie’s drink sounds pretty complicated and below is just a brief excerpt of the full spiel.
Mr. Rockey took the feathers part to heart. His Natalie not only included frothed egg white — the indirect bequest of a bird — but also involved a feathery design on its surface. As for duality, the drink had discernible layers: the top white one and, below it, a well of dark red. Mr. Rockey accomplished this by using a funnel to channel red wine into the bottom of the drink.
– Darren Aronofsky has another nice new quote about Natalie.
“I’m just glad people are recognizing her, and seeing all the great work she’s done and people around the world are paying money to see her.”
– Roger Ebert was also really happy about Natalie’s Oscar triumph.
Also expected, Natalie Portman’s victory as best actress for “Black Swan.” She just plain made me feel good while she glowed during her acceptance speech. I’ve been watching her since she was 14, and she had the gift right from the beginning. It must have something to do with character.