The Charlie Awards continues its leisurely pace as today we focus on the Best Advertising Photo category. There wasn’t a lot to choose from this year but there are a couple stunners in play. As always, make sure you click to view the full images before voting.
Now that things are a bit quieter it’s time to jump back into the Charlie Awards. Today we want to know your pick for Natalie’s best public appearance of 2015. Please don’t just rely on the thumbnail – click it and take a good look at the album to jog your memory. Then vote!
It’s definitely time for a new poll and rather surprisingly 2016 has already provided several talking points. In the end I’ve decided to see what you guys think about the new Christian Dior Parfums shot, which I personally think is gorgeous but when it was suggested that I should zoom in…yeah, I see the other side of the argument as well.
As for the previous poll, while both InStyle photos are stunning, you guys definitely preferred the medium shot.
Two gorgeous photos but which one is your favourite?
There have been two trailers since our last poll but the feedback is in on the first trailer and it’s fairly positive. I think the trailers since then have done a better job of it so the results might be even more positive now. The results are below.
Wow, it’s definitely time for a new poll. There are a few worthy topics but I’ve decided to go with a death match poll (one thing versus one other thing) about Natalie’s two recent ATOLAD premiere looks.
As for the last poll, if you can even remember that far back, while I thought the Marie Claire shoot was a big heap of “meh”, you guys generally thought differently. In fact the winning choice was the one stating that it was one of her best shoots ever, which kind of blows my mind.
It’s high time for a new poll and while I do want to do one about the new trailer, I want to start by doing a pulse check on Natalie’s Marie Claire UK shoot. Opinions seemed quite divided, which should make for intriguing results.
It’s time for a new poll and with Jane Got A Gun (apparently) on the horizon, I thought it could be fund to try and predict when the trailer will see the light of day.
As for the last poll, it seems most of you think Natalie made the right decision to direct her first film and drop out of Macbeth. For her, I feel it was surely the right decision. For me as a fan…I’m less sure.
It’s well past time for a new poll and there happens to be a ton of options right now. I gave it a bit of thought and for me the biggest question is simply, which of the three new Natalie projects are you most looking forward to?
We have Annihilation, the all female sci-fi/horror novel adaptation to be directed by hotshot Alex Garland. We have On the Basis of Sex, where Natalie will play Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg with Indie director Marielle Heller at the helm. And then we have Planetarium, set in the 30’s with supernatural elements and Natalie playing the sister of Lily Rose Depp. It will be shot in France by director Rebecca Zlotowski.
As for the previous poll, this is rare indeed. The most positive option to a Natalie question is dead last!
It’s time for a new poll and I think the first footage of Natalie’s upcoming James Franco project is a great topic, because even Rachel and I completely blanked on it when considering upcoming films for The Charlie Awards.
As for the last poll, which also happened to be film related, it was a photo finish – Vive La France!
It took long enough so I’m not going to waste any more time. Here are the winners…
Best Public Appearance proved to be one of the tighter categories with all the nominees receiving a lot of support. The winner was Natalie’s appearance at the Woodstock Film Festival but it managed the win with just a four vote margin.
Best Print Ad was a two horse race between two similar Miss Dior photos. In the end I feel the right photo was victorious.