Natalie, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and other stars teamed up to film a special message for the Today show in honor of International Day of the Girl. Here it is:
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) October 11, 2018
Natalie also shared in her instagram the initiative, promoted by Michelle Obama, to stand up for adolescent girls’ education:
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Today, more than 98 million adolescent girls are not in school. That’s a lot of empty desks. That’s a lot of dreams that are being cut short. That’s why today on International #DayoftheGirl, I’m proud to join @MichelleObama and the @GlobalGirlsAlliance to stand up for adolescent girls’ education. Join us—because the future of our world is only as bright as our girls. #GlobalGirlsAlliance
It’s official: Neon has confirmed to IndieWire that Natalie’s performance in “Vox Lux” is being campaigned for Best Supporting Actress at the 91st Academy Awards. In addition to this news, the distributor has launched a first ”for your consideration” ad:
Brady Corbet’s film will release in the USA on December 7.
Natalie, Emma Gonzalez, Tiffany Haddish, Regina King and Lena Waithe will be honored at Variety’s Power of Women next Friday, October 12. Because of this, Today Variety has published an extensive interview with Natalie on pay disparity, sexual harassment and what’s next for Time’s Up.
Click on the first image to read it:
It is already October, and we haven’t seen any trailer or new picture of Vox Lux … until now. NEON has posted on its Twitter account a reminder of the release date, and some press credentials (with a Natalie’s picture) for the Brady Corbet´s film. Will this photo have something to do with the final poster of the movie? we will know soon…
— NEON (@NEONrated) October 5, 2018
We learned last week that Vox Lux would be screened at the Austin Film Festival. Well… Variety confirms Today that Brady Corbet’s film will open the festival on October 25:
— Variety (@Variety) October 3, 2018
In addition to this news, the film has also been selected to be screened at the Festivals of London, Lisbon, Vancouver, Chicago, San Diego, Savannah, Denver and Napa Valley.
A conversation between Natalie and professor, writer Yuval Noah Harari was announced weeks ago. Well… Today is the day, and the event was held in London this afternoon. the live broadcast could be seen here, and this is the full video of the event:
Variety announced today that Natalie, Emma Gonzalez, Tiffany Haddish, Regina King and Lena Waithe will be honored at Variety’s Power of Women. The annual event recognizes some of Hollywood’s most philanthropic women whose efforts have made a significant impact to their chose charities and causes.
The luncheon, in partnership with Lifetime Television, will be held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons on Oct. 12.
Vox Lux will be released in the USA in December. We haven´t seen any new photos or trailers of the film yet, but the distributor is working hard to give visibility to the movie. It has been announced this week that the film will participate in two new festivals: at the Austin Film Festival at the end of October, and at the London Film Festival, from October 10 to 21.
Yesterday, individuals all over the U.S. country walked out of their schools and workplaces in support of survivors, and specifically in support of Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, who have accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. The activists were joined by many celebrities, some of them came out with placards on the streets, while others made statements in their social networks. Natalie was one of them:
Great news: Deadline reports that NEON is giving the Brady Corbet´s movie an awards season push with a limited release on December 7. This will be followed by an expansion on Dec. 14 and another wide break on Dec. 21, playing into Christmas and New Year’s. This means that the film (and Natalie´s performance), will enter definitely in this awards season.
Natalie’s attendance at the Toronto festival last week has given us countless interviews, photos and videos. Today is a good time to see some more that we have overlooked the last days…
–The Guardian published an interesting article/interview with Natalie a few days ago, on the occasion of the premiere of the films of Brady Corbet and Xavier Dolan in Toronto:
-LA Times has been covering the Toronto festival these days, and they interviewed Natalie and Brady Corbet in their studio last weekend. We have a video and a “Polaroid” photo of Natalie:
Natalie attended several press junkets with Jacob Tremblay last weekend. We had seen a couple of videos, but now Natalie has shared on her Instagram a great photo taken at the Variety Studio:
Xavier Dolan´s film may not have had good reviews, but Vox Lux seems to have good prospects on the horizon. The purchase of the film by Neon is great news, and we probably have a release date (and a trailer) soon. Until then, images of these last days continue to emerge, like this wonderful photo of Natalie published by Vanity Fair Italy, taken just before attending the premiere of the film by Brady Corbet in the Venetian festival: