Sunday Tidbits

By February 14, 2016Nat-news, Uncategorized

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! To celebrate, here’s a round of “sunday tidbits” for all you guys.

-The big news of the week was undoubtedly Natalie incorporating the cast of the latest film by Xavier Dolan. Delving a bit on the news, we have a brief statement of the Director concerning it:

“From ‘Crash’ to ‘Closer’, Besson’s ‘Professional’, ‘About a Boy’, ‘Skins’ and more recently ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’, Natalie, Thandie and Nicholas have always inspired me, and helped define what I like and find exciting in acting, so there is an almost karmic peculiarity to knowing I’ll be working with them next.”

“They’re completing a list of talents whom I believe are very rare, and even rarer together. I’m excited to tell this story with them. Never has a film been so important to me, especially because its subject, diversity and identity in film, has never felt so real, and dire”

It is still uncertain when they start filming; Some reports speak of this spring, and others of a shooting along this year. In between, we remember that Natalie also will shoot “Annihilation”, with Alex Garland.

-Meanwhile, Natalie will finish filming Jackie soon. According to Juan de Dios Larrain, brother of Pablo and co-producer of the movie, they will begin a second phase of filming in March, this time on location in USA

-In another vein, and talking about past releases, There are a couple of new cool stuff about “Knight of Cups”…

A new (and great) still of the movie:

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… and this short video of KoC Berlin Premiere, recorded inside the theatre, which is really nice:

-Finally, it seems that Jane Got a Gun, the last release of the actress, has at least one passionate fan … Stephen King:


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  • Adonis says:

    I think Stephen King already understands what makes a good movie, and JGAG with Natalie in the lead role will certainly be a big success ..

  • jesslv74 says:

    Unfortunately, I didn’t get to see the movie. It blew in and our of our town (and close by ones) in a matter of one week or so (maybe two), and had really inconvenient showtimes. Guess I’ll be waiting until it is available for streaming, which means I’ll also be waiting even longer to look at and read anything about it. :\

  • Natness says:

    Great, exciting. As for Jane Got a Gun it would seem that Westerns have run their course, or have they…

  • I went to see Jane Got a Gun despite some of the bad reviews and very glad I did. Great, affecting, movie for me about how horribly women were treated out west not so long ago. Ridiculous and disgusting in my mind. If you were not a whore you had to be somebody’s wife for protection from all the male animals that populated the west at that time. I think Natalie is a great actress so I knew at least she would be good. I looked on line to see more about the story itself but could find nothing. It was not a book first, apparently. Who wrote the screenplay? Was it a woman? I love westerns. They are a lost art as far as I can see. Such a shame…This one was so unique because not much has ever been said about the role of a strong woman out west in that period. I knew she had it rough but this movie takes it one step farther. If I hadn’t kown it was Ewen McGregor I would not have recognized him as the really good but really awful villian. Kudos to Natalie. This movie needs a closer examination by the mostly male critics.

  • Im so exiting see movie I really like this actor so I think its will be good movie.
    Thank you for information,good post