Vanity Fair France publishes this month an article with Natalie, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the magazine. The interview (in French) and the photos (taken by Elle Von Unwerth) were made in May of this year, and take a tour of her career and life since she was discovered for the cinema in “Leon”, until the premiere of “May December” in Cannes:(more…)
The Hollywood Reporter has published an extensive interview with Natalie on the occasion of the premiere of “May December” at the next Cannes festival. We can read in the interview reflections on her career, Angel City, the fall of Time’s Up and much more. We also have a spectacular photoshoot made at the end of April:(more…)
The founders of Angel City F.C. Natalie, Kara Nortman and Julie Uhrman are the protagonists of a recent article/interview for Fast Company, in which they recount the how and why of the founding of the new Los Angeles women’s soccer team. The link and photos are after the jump. Thanks to Aran for the find:(more…)
Natalie’s photoshoot for this month’s Harper´s Bazaar UK edition is undoubtedly one of the best we’ve seen in years. We saw the photos a few weeks ago, and we have the full article now. Enjoy:(more…)
LA Times published an article today about actors who have played singers in recent months. This is the quote on Natalie and Vox Lux:
Months before shooting began, she also recorded a selection of tracks written by Sia and singer-songwriter and producer Scott Walker — it was the first time she’d ever been called on to sing so extensively for a role.
The experience left her with newfound respect for hit-makers and performers. “Pop stars are this incredible force of nature,” Portman said. “There’s a mystery there, an internal force that propels them. It’s a really hard life. You watch any of these documentaries, and it is so much work. I think what [makes them such fascinating figures on screen] is that special charisma that everyone is attracted to combined with this unbelievable work ethic and then the very human toll it takes.”