Gallery Updates

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I've updated the gallery with two new-old Ray Lewis portraits featuring Natalie on the set of Black Swan.

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Gallery Updates

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I've updated the gallery with a big blast from the past: a new-old production still of Natalie on the set of Léon/The Professional.

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Gucci Update

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Prepare for the bad hair.

A week ago we mentioned that there are reports that Ridley Scott is interested in Natalie starring in his upcoming Gucci project. I’ve now gotten confirmation that Natalie is being sought after for the role, but there’s still a long way to go for the project, so this is definitely not a certainty at this stage.

I’ve been told that Natalie IS reading scripts again, so hopefully Thor 2 won’t be her only time in front of a camera next year.

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Natalie Linked To Gucci

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No, not another advertising campaign. This Gucci is a film that Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator) is developing, based on "the volatile relationship between Maurizio Gucci and ex-wife Patrizia…

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More Artifacts

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Greg Mottola, who is adapting Important Artifacts for Natalie and Brad Pitt, has talked a bit more about that film to the Wall Street Journal. It’s a romantic story between…

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Greg Gets Cracking On Important Artifacts

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We’ve known for awhile that Greg Mottola (Superbad, Adventureland) was adapting the expansively titled novel, “Important Artifacts and Personal Property From the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion and Jewelry,” which Natalie secured the rights to, around this time two years ago. Brad Pitt’s company joined Natalie’s Handsomecharlie Films to produce and star alongside Natalie.

With his new film, Paul, about to be released, Mottola is now focusing on Important Artifacts and seems very excited at the challenge ahead of him.

“…there’s no big drama in the film and I thought, if I can write something that tells the rhythms and the real intimate feeling of a relationship and use this framework of stuff….I have a way of doing it…I think there’s a potentially really cool movie in it, which I don’t know if a studio will ever make it, but because of the nature of it, it can’t be turned into a big stupid romantic comedy, it just can’t.”

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