Another stunning appearance today. Natalie attended a radio interview for SiriusXM, hosted by Hoda Kotb in NYC this morning. Zimbio has the pictures, and we have an excerpt from the interview as well, which will be broadcast on June 25:
Los Angeles Times published an interview yesterday with Natalie and Jonathan Safran Foer about the “Eating Animals” documentary. We can read the full article Here and see a couple of great photos of her:
It must be recognized that when Natalie commits herself to something she believes in, she is heavily involved in promoting it. Here we have a new sample of it: she is the protagonist of a new video for Munchies, in which she teaches us how to cook a chickpea stew:
It’s time for a summary of the latest news in Natland during the last week…
–Eating Animals will be released in North America in selected cinemas on June 15. Because of that, Natalie will be promoting the documentary in a couple of TV shows. She will attend the Late Show with Stephen Colbert next Thursday, and CBS This Morning, along with book author Jonathan Safran Foer, on Friday. She will be in various Q&As after screenings in NYC those days as well.
Pale Blue Dot, the first feature film by Noah Hawley, will start filming in five weeks, and we have a new addition to the cast. According to The Hollywood Reporter, legendary actress Ellen Burstyn (The Last Picture Show, The Exorcist, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Requiem for a Dream) will play the grandmother of Natalie’s character in the movie.
–Variety reports that Annihilation is getting a new life during its release on Blu-Ray and DVD. After an ephemeral passage through the American box office, the film by Alex Garland was placed second in sales in physical formats last week, after Black Panther.
Speaking of Annihilation, the talented Angelina has found a new photo of Natalie and Gina Rodriguez, taken during the promotion of the film in February. Enjoy:
Annihilation arrives today on physical formats after debuting on digital last week. Because of it, Alex Garland spoke to IndieWire about being moved and overwhelmed by the response to his science-fiction thriller. In the interview he also makes it clear that he is not interested in making sequels to any of his films.
We also have some great photos of Natalie, Tessa Thompson and Gina Rodriguez taken during the film promotion:
Natalie had her first public appearance at the Boston Calling Music Festival this afternoon, and we have the first pictures of her, hosting a performance: one of the first surrealist films (La Coquille et le Clergyman), with live score by ACME:
Natalie arrived in Boston today to attend the Boston Calling Festival, and her first appearance was at the Brattle Theatre this night, introducing the final film in her “Female Gaze” film series, which is part of the festival that kicks off Friday at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston. These are a few photos (and a video) of the event: