Natalie and Planetarium co-star Lily-Rose Depp are being featured on the cover of the 15 April 2017 issue of Gioia! in promotion of the Italian release of their film. The cover features a color version of a shot from a 2016 Driu & Tiago photo shoot, and the interior spread includes a new B&W photo from the same shoot:
Unfortunately, photos from this event are scarce right now, but thanks to The Daily Mail, we have some of Natalie attending the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Conversations With Jackie at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Screening Room in Los Angeles on Friday. You can view a larger (albeit watermarked) gallery over at Getty Images.
It’s already 2017 in most of the world, but for those of us with a few more hours to go, how many of you are ready to say goodbye to 2016? I know I am. As much of a raging dumpster fire 2016 has been, it’s been pretty decent as far as years go in Natland. It’s time to ring in the new year with our annual year end recap.
I’ll admit that I was not excited about Jackie when the project was first announced back in 2012 (was it really that long ago?). I was picturing a forgettable, paint by numbers biopic, and didn’t feel like Natalie looked the part of Jacqueline Kennedy. But when it was announced that Darren Aronofsky was involved in the production and Pablo Larraín was directing, I became more hopeful that Jackie could be something special. After the all the glowing reviews started pouring in earlier this year, I was impatient to see the finished film. Now that I have, I don’t feel like there’s much to say that hasn’t already been said. The hype is real, guys.
New photos are starting to pour in of Natalie’s arrival at IFP’s 26th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York City this evening. JustJared has some candid photos of her leaving her hotel earlier today. Click on the preview below to see her red carpet appearance in the gallery.
You can watch a live stream of the award show here.
Natalie has been papped doing some grocery shopping on Halloween and out for lunch with a friend the following day in Los Angeles. Click the previews below to view the candid photos in our gallery. Thanks to HQ Utopia.
Thanks to HQ Utopia, we have 8 gorgeous new portraits of Natalie taken by Maarten de Boer during the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Click the preview to view them in the gallery.
Natalie has narrated a video released by NextGen Climate urging voters to support a candidate who will address climate change and clean energy:
She exclusively spoke to Glamour earlier this week in an interview on her thoughts on the U.S. presidential election.
We’ve also updated the gallery with over 200 new and UHQ photos from her visits to campaign offices in Elkins Park in Pennsylvania to inspire volunteers to vote last Monday.