Tidbits

By August 15, 2013Nat-news

 
Nice batch of mini news updates today so let’s hop to it…

– The Playlist has a list, inspired by Kick Ass 2, of the most memorable child killers. Mathilda gets a mention, which is both cool and curious. Curious because, unless my brain is failing me, I don’t recall Mathilda killing anyone. Even in the longer cut, which has Mathilda joining Leon on a job, she only fires a paintgun. The idea for the article are to find kids who could “murder the shit out of you”, but despite the training, when Mathilda tries to take that step, she proves that she is just a kid and not up to it at all.

– Good news for those of you who like seeing Natalie on the big screen but wish she could be just a little bit bigger. Thor: The Dark World will be releasing in IMAX 3D. Thanks to Maribel for the heads up.

– Finally, mainly for our French visitors, Garcy found a 7 minute video about Natalie and Benjamin. Presumably there’s nothing new in it, although if there is, please let us know in the comments section.

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  • Juan234 says:

    Interesting Natalie reference in the New York Times:

    Unease at Clinton Foundation Over Finances and Ambitions

    Yet the foundation’s expansion has also been accompanied by financial problems. In 2007 and 2008, the foundation also found itself competing against Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign for donors amid a recession. Millions of dollars in contributions intended to seed an endowment were diverted to other programs, creating tension between Mr. Magaziner and Mr. Band. The foundation piled up a $40 million deficit during those two years, according to tax returns. Last year, it ran more than $8 million in the red.

    Amid those shortfalls, the foundation has sometimes catered to donors and celebrities who gave money in ways that raised eyebrows in the low-key nonprofit world. In 2009, during a Clinton Global Initiative gathering at the University of Texas at Austin, the foundation purchased a first-class ticket for the actress Natalie Portman, a special guest, who brought her beloved Yorkie, according to two former foundation employees.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/14/us/politics/unease-at-clinton-foundation-over-finances-and-ambitions.html?pagewanted=2&_r=0&ref=general&src=me

  • Adonis says:

    It’s obvious that “Colombiana” could never replace this great movie “Leon” as a continuation ….. ‘s impossible
    There can only be a great sequel – Natalie as “Mathilda”, everything else is a joke.