Natalie, Dua Lipa and Pete Davidson are shooting promos for the Saturday Night Live next weekend. Here are some photos and videos of them:
We could see it on the website a few weeks ago, but Dior has officially launched the campaign for the new makeup “Diorskin Forever Undercover” today. We have new behind the scenes photos, and the ad (in HD) in the YouTube channel:
Edit: added a second photo…
According to Los Angeles Times, Natalie will join Maha Dakhil, Rashida Jones, Malina Matsoukas, Katie McGrath, Nina Shaw, Jill Soloway and Tina Tchen, as Time’s Up representatives, in a special panel at the feminist media brand’s 2018 Makers Conference.
The three-day event will be held Feb. 5-7 at Hollywood’s NeueHouse, and the panel will stream live on Maker´s website.
Natalie attended a Lady Bird Screening at ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood yesterday night, where she moderated the post Q&A with her pal Greta Gerwig. Variety has an interesting article about it, and here are a couple of instagram posts taken at the theatre:
As you saw earlier, Reese Witherspoon and Natalie are getting the word out about #timesupnow and in what might already be the cutest video of the year, Reese, Natalie, and an Instagram filter produced this:
What better to make bearable this Christmas holiday than a few tidbits:
-Natalie and her family are still on vacation in Brazil these days. On Christmas Day she was seen with Aleph and Amalia visiting the statue of “Cristo Redentor”, in Rio de Janeiro.
-Pascal Perich has shared another unused picture of Natalie for a photoshoot taken in 2009 for Financial Times, and it´s gorgeous:
The Genesis Prize Foundation announced today that Israeli philanthropist Morris Kahn has made a $1 million gift to the foundation in honor of 2018 Laureate Natalie Portman. This gift doubles the Genesis Prize Award Fund to $2 million:
In the press release, Natalie expresses her gratitude for this initiative:
“I would like to express my gratitude and admiration to Morris Kahn for his incredible support of the 2018 Genesis Prize theme,” said Portman. “Morris’ generosity once again reinforces how relevant and important the issue of women’s equality is today – in Israel, in the US and beyond.”
This award funds would be granted to programs focusing on advancing women’s equality in all aspects of human endeavor.
After a few days without being able to update news, it’s time for some tidbits…
-Ermenegildo Zegna presented a new couture line in collaboration with LA Dance Project at Lautner house in Los Angeles last night, and Natalie & Benjamin were there. The Hollywood Reporter has an article about it:
A nice picture to start the week: the Spanish actress Patricia Garó has shared in her instagram account an old photo taken during the filming of “Goya’s Ghosts” in 2005. Enjoy:
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We had been quite some time without knowing anything about The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards, the film produced by James Franco and directed by his students at UCLA. The film was finished three years ago, and has only been seen in a couple of festivals in the USA and Italy during this time. Well, according to IMDB and Box Office Mojo, the movie will finally have a limited release on October 27, courtesy of Cinedigm Entertainment. It will probably be a similar presentation to Planetarium in August, but presumably we will finally be able to see Natalie’s participation in this student film. For now, here is a new photo, and the trailer that was presented two years ago:
Time for remembrance: American fashion designer and weekly judge on Project Runway Isaac Mizrahi has shared in instagram an old, great photo of a fourteen-year-old Natalie, taken in the mid-nineties. Here it is:
After a long wait, we finally have the first official still of Annihilation, the science fiction film directed by Alex Garland (Ex Machina), based on the book by Jeff VanderMeer. In the photo, published by Entertainment Weekly, we can see Natalie´s character (named Lena), examining an alligator:
Vanity Fair has a few exclusive portraits taken at the Telluride Festival that ended yesterday.
Artists such as Angelina Jolie, Emma Stone, Gary Oldman and Barry Jenkins have been portrayed in the photoshoot, which also features Natalie, director Christopher Quinn, writer Jonathan Safran Foer and activist Alice Waters. Here it is:
Natalie, director Christopher Quinn, writer Jonathan Safran Foer and chef, restaurateur and activist Alice Waters have just attended a Q&A following the screening of Eating Animals at the Telluride Festival. Here are the first instagram photos: