Star Wars. Episode I: The Phantom Menace premiered in American and Canadian theaters exactly twenty years ago. It’s amazing to see how much time has passed. Star Wars was the definitive international recognition for Natalie and even today, many people began to be fans of her when they saw these films. Padme Amidala is one of the most recognizable characters of the saga, and although the prequels have been reviled by much of the fandom for many years, are being judged much more benevolent and objective lately (as Natalie admitted in her recent Interview for Empire). Here are some pictures and videos to remember Natalie´s appearance in the movie:
It's been two months since we saw the first trailer for "Lucy in the Sky" and we had not heard more about the film since then. Well... It seems that…
Natalie was seen going out to lunch at Crossroads Restaurant in Los Angeles yesterday. Hawtcelebs has a few photos of the moment:
Natalie attended the WE Day Event 2019 today at The Forum in Inglewood, California. She joined other attendees like Mahershala Ali, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Neil Patrick Harris, Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown, Grammy-winning rapper Chance The Rapper, model Winnie Harlow, YouTube star Lilly Singh, Emilio Estevez and Bill Nye.
The show, sponsored by The Allstate Foundation and Unilever and presenting partners Walgreens and Microsoft, will air August 9 on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.
We have several photos (and a couple of videos) from blue carpet and the stage:
Natalie met for lunch with some friends of the Times' Up movement today: Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, America Ferrera, Tracee Ellis Ross and Natalie were seen leaving the Sunset Tower…
Natalie visited young patients at the Children’s Hospital as part of their annual Make March Matter campaign last Thursday in Los Angeles.
She took part in the “Literally Healing” literacy program by reading to patients during their weekly story time.
We have some nice pictures of the moment:
More after the jump: