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More Details About Annihilation

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The release of the second Annihilation trailer has been accompanied by some articles that give us more details on the story, the characters and the filming of the movie. Here are some of them:

Coming Soon has an interesting story about a visit to the set during the filming of the movie in the UK (with “The Last Jedi” shooting side by side at the Pinewood studios).

Collider has a couple of articles about the film: the first focuses on the movie itself, and the second is an interesting and revealing interview with Alex Garland, in which he makes clear his opinion that Netflix is ​​going to distribute the film internationally:

Recently it was announced Annihilation would be released on Netflix internationally. What was your reaction to that?

GARLAND: Disappointment really. We made the film for cinema. I’ve got no problem with the small screen at all. The best genre piece I’ve seen in a long time was The Handmaid’s Tale, so I think there’s incredible potential within that context, but if you’re doing that – you make it for that [medium] and you think of it in those terms. Look… it is what it is. The film is getting a theatrical release in the States, which I’m really pleased about. One of the big pluses of Netflix is that it goes out to a lot of people and you don’t have that strange opening weekend thing where you’re wondering if anyone is going to turn up and then if they don’t, it vanishes from cinema screens in two weeks. So it’s got pluses and minuses, but from my point of view and the collective of the people who made it – [it was made] to be seen on a big screen.

Annihilation: Trailer 2

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The new Annihilation trailer is here, and it is visually stunning.


New Trailer Soon

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Finally there is a date for the release of the new Annihilation trailer. Within a couple of days, on Wednesday:

Nothing can prepare you for #WhatsInside. New #Annihilation trailer Wednesday 12.13.17.

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According to Alberta rated trailers site, trailer runtime will be 2:24 minutes.

we will be attentive to it…

Sunday with the Family

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Natalie, Benjamin and Amalia enjoyed a day off at Silverlake this Sunday. As usual, Daily Mail has a couple of photos:

Zegna Event Photoshoot

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Natalie and Benjamin attended an event organized by Ermenegildo Zegna a few days ago. Here we have a few more great photos of the couple in it. Enjoy:

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Out for Lunch

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A couple of candid photos for today: Natalie was out for a lunch with a friend yesterday in LA. Daily Mail has the pictures:

Annihilation: Clash Between Producers

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well, we have finally an explanation to the delay in the release of Annihilation, and the recent agreement of Paramount with Netflix to distribute the film internationally.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, everything is due to a confrontation between the two producers of the film: Scott Rudin and David Ellison:

The movie, which wrapped shooting July 2016, had a poor test screening this summer that sources say was the root of the conflict. After the screening, Ellison became concerned that the movie was “too intellectual” and “too complicated” and wanted changes made to make it appeal to a wider audience. They included making Portman’s character more sympathetic as well as tweaking the ending.

Rudin, who executive produced Machina, sided with Garland, defending the movie and refused to take notes. Rudin was able to hold his line, according to a source, because he has final cut.

Things got testier from there, with Paramount caught in the middle. The studio ultimately decided that finding another distributor, preferably a streamer, could salvage the situation.

With Ellison not wanting to lose money after the poor performances of Geostorm, the billionaire producer is seeking to avoid a worldwide release and hopes that a digital release may be a better fit. The deal calls for Netflix to cover a good chunk of the production budget, which is in the $55 million range.

In short, if all this helps us to see the vision that Garland wanted, it will be welcome…

Candids in Los Feliz

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Natalie and Amalia were seen walking in Los Feliz yesterday. As usual, Daily Mail has a couple of photos:

International Deal For Annihilation

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It seems that Paramount is negotiating with Netflix a deal to premiere internationally the film by Alex Garland on this digital platform 17 days after its premiere in USA, Canada and China, according to Deadline. This seems to indicate that there will not be releases in theatres beyond these countries. If this is confirmed, it would be a great pity for those of us who live outside the United States and we like to see the movie at the cinema. We will see as if there is something new about it in the coming days…

Big Tidbits

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After a few days without being able to update news, it’s time for some tidbits…

-Ermenegildo Zegna presented a new couture line in collaboration with LA Dance Project at Lautner house in Los Angeles last night, and Natalie & Benjamin were there. The Hollywood Reporter has an article about it:

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Family Day

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After a few days with some problems accessing the site, we finally return with news…

I don´t usually like to post family photos of Natalie in which the children are clearly portrayed, but I think this candids are worth it, perhaps because it´s one of the few times we have seen the whole family together. Natalie, Benjamin, Aleph and Amalia were spotted going to Arclight cinemas in Pasadena this weekend. Ok Magazine, via Legion Media, has the photos. It must be said that the faces of the children are clearly visible in all the photos:

Old Outtake

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Photographer Pascal Perich has shared an old picture belonging to a photoshoot taken for the Financial Times in 2007. Here it is:

Strolling in Los Feliz

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After more than a week without news in Natland, we finally have new candid photos of Natalie and her daughter Amalia. The two were seen yesterday walking through Los Feliz. Daily Mail has a couple of photos, with the blurred face, and The Quebec Post has the same, but Amalia´s face is completely visible:

New Annihilation Still

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Thanks to Roses des Sables we can enjoy a new Annihilation still: Here it is:

Natalie on Harassment Problem in Hollywood

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We still don´t have a full video of Natalie’s conversation at the Vulture Festival, but the site has published a couple of articles about it, including several statements by Natalie about the problem of harassment in Hollywood. Here are some quotes:

“When I heard everything coming out, I was like, wow, I’m so lucky that I haven’t had this. And then, on reflection, I was like, okay, definitely never been assaulted, definitely not, but I’ve had discrimination or harassment on almost everything I’ve ever worked on in some way,” she said during Sunday’s candid talk at Vulture Festival L.A. The more she reexamined her experiences, other incidents come into sharp relief. “I went from thinking I don’t have a story to thinking, Oh wait, I have 100 stories. And I think a lot of people are having these reckonings with themselves, of things that we just took for granted as like, this is part of the process.”

For example, she says a producer once invited her to fly with him and his company on a private plane to a place she was also going. “I showed up and it was just the two of us, and one bed was made on the plane. Nothing happened, I was not assaulted. I said: ‘This doesn’t make me feel comfortable,’ and that was respected. But that was super not okay, you know? That was really unacceptable and manipulative and could have been — I was scared, you know? But just the fact of any woman, if you’re walking down the street alone at night, you feel scared, and I’m not sure guys know what that [feels like].”

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Vulture Festival: in Conversation

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Natalie attended a conversation about her career and her involvement in humanitarian causes at the Vulture Festival tonight at Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Zimbio has the first photos of the event and Vulture has an article with an anecdote about Broad City, Abbi Jacobson… and Garden State:

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American Cinemateque Portraits

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Natalie will attend the Vulture Festival tonight. Hoping to see a few photos of her appearance, here we have some spectacular studio portraits, made at the American Cinemateque Awards Gala last week:

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More Tennis Lessons

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It seems that Natalie is enjoying some tennis lessons these last weeks. This time The Blast has the photos:

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WE Charity

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Natalie is the guest editor of an article which will appear in the December 2017 issue of Good Housekeeping. In the text, she reflects on education and on the work of “WE Movement” in Kenya.

Click on the image to read it:

Goya’s Memories

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A nice picture to start the week: the Spanish actress Patricia Garó has shared in her instagram account an old photo taken during the filming of “Goya’s Ghosts” in 2005. Enjoy:

De cuando tuve el inmenso placer de trabajar con Natalie Portman…persona humana de esas que sirven de inspiración ❤ . . . . . #actrices #actresses #memories #recuerdos #natalieportman #juventud #moviestar #movies #acting #working #actorslife #youth #picoftheday #mesientoafortunada #lucky #intheroad #follow #dreamer #epoca #patriciagaro #smile #feliz #happy #sonrie #shooting #rodajes #persiguetussueños #?

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