Sunday Tidbits

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It has been an intense week in news, but we still have a few tidbits this Sunday…

-A Conversation with Natalie has been added to AFI FEST. Honoring the actress’s career, the conversation will take place on Friday, November 9, at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, following a previously announced Special Screening of Vox Lux.

-The Hollywood Reporter has a short interview with Natalie, in which she says all of her activism is related – fighting for the environment as a vegan and fighting for gender equality as a supporter of Time’s Up.

-Some ideas for your Halloween costume? Sia’s makeup artist, Tonya Brewer, and dancer, Maddie Ziegler have chosen the characters of Leon and Mathilda as inspiration:

Natalie in Texas

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Natalie was in Texas yesterday, meeting with volunteers from the office of Beto O’Rourke, Democratic nominee for the Texas Senate in the upcoming elections. We only have an Instagram photo of the event at the moment:

So, about that Vox Lux poster…

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We were just informed that yesterday’s was not the official poster.


Funnily enough, we were talking in the private Facebook group (for long time contributors and Patrons ;-)) about how disappointing it was that the poster used the photo we’ve already seen a million times.

Now we know why.

I’m sure the official poster will be along soon but until then, here is a still from the amazing trailer.

Natalie Portman Vox Lux

Equality Voters

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Natalie joined Democratic nominee for U.S. House District 31 MJ Hegar and HRC Organization in Austin this morning to support and promote pro-equality candidates in the next midterm elections. We have some instagram photos and a video with Natalie and Hegar:

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Midterm Elections Matter

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Natalie and America Ferrera visited Dobson High School in Mesa, Arizona on Wednesday as part of event designed to encourage students of voting age to cast their ballots in the next Midterm elections. The event was coordinated by Inspire-USA, and Mesa Mayor John Giles and Maria Teresa Kumar, founder of Voto Latino, also spoke in it. Tomorrow Natalie will join Democratic nominee MJ Hegar, at an early vote event at 10:30 a.m. in Austin, where she will also attend the premiere of Vox Lux at the city’s film festival in the afternoon.

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IndieWire Honors

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IndieWire announced the honorees for their second annual IndieWire Honors today, and Natalie is one of the winners of this edition, specifically the “perfomance award”. According to IndieWire, Natalie has emerged as “one of the leading actresses of her generation by tackling bold, uncompromising material time and again”:

The event will take place at an intimate cocktail reception on November 1 in Los Angeles. Exclusive editorial content, including honoree profiles and video interviews, will also be featured on beginning November 1 and will continue throughout the month of November.

Basketball Game

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We don´t see Natalie and her family at an event unrelated to work for quite some time. Yesterday was one of those unusual moments: She and Aleph attended a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs at Staples Center last night, and we have rarely seen them so relaxed, enjoying an event. Getty Images has the photos, although it should be noted that Aleph’s face is clearly visible:

L.A. Dance Project Gala

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The L.A. Dance Project, the company founded by Benjamin in 2011, usually held a gala in October for years, and this is no exception. The event was held last night, with the assistance of Natalie, Benjamin, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Garner, among many others. Zimbio and Just Jared have a lot of photos:

More after the jump:

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Double Date With Omaze

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A few weeks ago we learned of an initiative organized by Omaze, in collaboration with WE Charity, in which a person would get a double date with Natalie and Benjamin to go to the ballet. It seems that the event was yesterday, and the lucky one was Hunter Brown, who has shared in his instagram account some photos of the evening, held at the Walt Disney Concert Hall:


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Weeks go by and we haven´t seen a Vox Lux trailer yet, but we have our weekly portion of tidbits to make the wait more bearable…

-Neon continues to promote Brady Corbet’s film at festivals. AFI Fest has announced Today its inclusion in the “special screenings” lineup, and the movie can also be seen at the Houston festival:

Sites such as Deadline or IndieWire have begun to display advertising banners today about the film. Hopefully this means being able to see new images of the movie very soon.

-We had not heard anything about The Death and Life of John F. Donovan since its premiere in Toronto a month ago. The film still has no release date in the US, but in France (one of the few countries where Xavier Dolan’s movie has a distributor) will be released on March 13, according to the chairman of Mars Films:

Today Show Video

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Many media have echoed Natalie’s powerful speech during the Variety’s Power of Women Gala this weekend. Today Show has broadcast a summary of the event this morning. In this short video we can see Natalie and the other honored women being interviewed by Sheinelle Jones: