Black Swan

Black Swan: 10th Anniversary

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Without a doubt, Black Swan is for Natalie Portman one of the greatest milestones of her career. It was not only a great critical recognition (winning many awards, including an Oscar as lead actress), but also her definitive confirmation as one of the most recognized actresses of her generation. Today marks exactly ten years since the premiere of the film directed by Darren Aronofsky at the Venice film festival. To commemorate it, we have a few photos from the photocall as well as from the red carpet, where we can see an absolutely gorgeous Natalie:

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Tidbits

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The coronavirus crisis continues to make headlines worldwide this week. Social distance, kids at home, closed theaters, delayed events and movies … hopefully all of this will be left behind soon. Meanwhile, a few tidbits to make the wait more bearable…

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Tidbits

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While we wait to see more promotional material of Vox Lux before its premiere in Venice, here we have a couple of tidbits: -Speaking of festivals, it seems that The…

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Sunday Tidbits

The 90th edition of the Academy Awards is being held today. Unfortunately Natalie will not attend the event, due to the shooting of Vox Lux in New York, but we can compensate by watching again her speech as best actress winner for Black Swan in 2011, which is , according to Entertainment Weekly, the eighth most watched acceptance speech in the history of the awards on YouTube, with 5,6 millions views:

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Tidbits

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  We still have no relevant news ... but here we have a few tidbits. -A few days ago, Mimi Leder, director of Deep Impact or series like Shameless or…

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Throwback Thursday

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  One more blast from the (not-so-distant) past: A new shot of Natalie during a Rodarte costume fitting on the set of Black Swan.

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