Natalie and Planetarium co-star Lily-Rose Depp are being featured on the cover of the 15 April 2017 issue of Gioia! in promotion of the Italian release of their film. The cover features a color version of a shot from a 2016 Driu & Tiago photo shoot, and the interior spread includes a new B&W photo from the same shoot:
Taking advantage of this impasse of big news, here goes a few tidbits…
-With the release of Jackie in several countries outside of the USA, many interviews in different newspapers and Magazines are appearing. Amo has found one of them in the English magazine “The Lady”, in which Natalie denies some of the topics about her life that are often read on some sites.
-It seems to be confirmed that Mimi Leder will be the next director of “On the Basis of Sex”, the long-delayed biopic about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It is not yet known when the movie will start filming, but it could be one of the projects that the actress approaches after her pregnancy. In her recent appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Show, she talked a little about the argument:
-Finally, someone has uploaded to YouTube a short Planetarium scene … and well, let’s say we had not seen anything like this since “Hotel Chevalier” 🙂
Video after the jump…
Vanity Fair has published its already classic Hollywood special issue. This year Natalie, Emma Stone, Amy Adams, Janelle Monáe, Dakota Johnson, Elle & Dakota Fanning, Ruth Negga, Aja Naomi King, Greta Gerwig and Lupita Nyong’o are in the cover. Here we have the photos of her in the Portfolio and a behind the scenes video:
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung interviewed Natalie on the occasion of Jackie’s upcoming release in Germany. This was done during the press junket at the Peninsula Hotel a couple of months ago (just after the American presidential elections), so the questions about Pablo Larrain’s film are complemented with those related to Natalie’s support for the Clinton campaign in November. Here are some interesting quotes, translated from German. Thanks to our friendly German fans, and Arvid in particular:
About her language skills:
Mrs. Portman, in Wikipedia we can read that you speak German…
Unfortunately, this is not true. I can only use a few words, so probably most people.
But is it true that you speak French and Hebrew?
Yes, my French is also very flawed. At home we speak English.
The Envelope (LA Times magazine) has published another meeting of actresses who are in the running for the awards season. In this case, we have Natalie, Annette Bening, Amy Adams, Emma Stone and Ruth Negga. Here we can find the article with excerpts of the interview, and we have a few more photos of the event in the gallery.
Click on the image below to see them:
Natalie’s editor-in-chief edition of Les Inrocks is now out. It includes an interview feature with Natalie, some of which you can read on their website and the rest you can find in the scans below. Hopefully we can get some translations of the key excerpts, I know that it includes the story of how Natalie and Planetarium director, Rebecca Zlotowski, met in India and became friends even before she had started making films.
Natalie is being featured on the cover of the September 2016 issue of Modern Luxury. We have some gorgeous new photos from the Angeleno edition of the magazine, shot by Alique for Dior. Click on the preview below to view them in our gallery.
Hot on the heels of all the news this week, we have Natalie sharing the cover of Madame Figaro with her Planetarium costar Lily-Rose Depp. Click the cover to view the full spread in our gallery.
Natalie’s new NY Times magazine piece has arrived with more beautiful photos, laced with sex appeal, and a unique interview exchange with author, Jonathan Safran Foer, that is incredibly personal.
An ex-boyfriend of mine used to call me “Moscow,” because he said I was always looking out the window sadly, like “Moscow,” like some Russian novel or Chekhov play. Clearly there were grounds for this ex getting fired, but he did have a point — I have that longing, yearning, it’s-better-over-there tendency.