New ATOLAD Still

  A Tale of Love and Darkness releases in Brazil today, and a new image of the film has appeared because of it. Here it is:

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“Le Grand Journal” Appearance

 
Natalie has been interviewed on the TV program “Le Grand Journal” this afternoon, on the occasion of the upcoming French release of her directorial debut, “A Tale of Love of Darkness” in Canal Plus. Here is the video of her appearance, where you can also see a brand new clip of the movie (7:48 to 8:48m):

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Natalie on Canal Plus France today

 
Natalie is attending a press junket event on Canal Plus France for the French premiere on May 19 of “A Tale of Love and Darkness”, exclusively for this channel:

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Saturday tidbits

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  April comes to an end, and with it the last tidbits of the month... -The filming of "Annihilation" is coming, and little by little we know more details about…

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Black Swan Still

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  It seems incredible that still appear new pictures after more than five years ... but this is; here we can see a new behind-the-scenes photo of Black Swan, published…

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Tidbits

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And here’s the weekly ration of tidbits for you all …

-The latest additions to the Cannes festival competition have been announced, and Planetarium is not among them, so we have to wait for the French premiere in October to see the film. Until then, the current rumors suggest a slot in Venice Film Festival.

-Talking about Planetarium, Vanity Fair France features an article and interview with Lily-Rose Depp this month, in which is included a nice reference to how Natalie played an important role in the selection of the Johnny Depp´s daughter for the movie:

She (Natalie) was who suggested the name of Lily-Rose Melody Depp to Rebecca Zlotowski, the Planetarium director. “Natalie sent me a picture of her while I was looking for a French speaking American to play her little sister aged 13, tells Vanity Fair in the latter. The resemblance between the two was quite disturbing. “The director is gone to meet her:” In May, we met. We walked in Paris, had a drink, bought a few things, she recalls. I liked her light, her grace, her femininity voluntary and no clutch. The cast stopped there.

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