We were just informed that yesterday’s was not the official poster.
Funnily enough, we were talking in the private natalieportman.com Facebook group (for long time np.com contributors and Patrons ;-)) about how disappointing it was that the poster used the photo we’ve already seen a million times.
Now we know why.
I’m sure the official poster will be along soon but until then, here is a still from the amazing trailer.
While we wait to see more promotional material of Vox Lux before its premiere in Venice, here we have a couple of tidbits:
-Speaking of festivals, it seems that The Death and Life of John F. Donovan will not be the only occasion to see Natalie at the Toronto Festival. According to IMDB, Natalie also participates in This Changes Everything, a documentary directed by Tom Donahue, which explores the sexism in Hollywood through the voices of marquee celebrities, including Geena Davis, Meryl Streep, Sandra Oh, Jessica Chastain, and many other ambassadors of the TimesUp movement. This feature will premiere in the TIFF next September.
–Mondo will release a new Black Swan special poster tomorrow, designed by Jack Hugues, and it’s spectacular:
As is well known, China will be the third (and the last) country in which Alex Garland’s film will be released in cinemas. It will be next Friday, April 13, and this is the local poster for the movie:
Annihilation has been almost a week released on Netflix, and many of you will have occasion to see it. Natalie makes a powerful perfomance in it.
It is, without any doubt, a beautiful film, perhaps irregular and imperfect, but ambitious and with a powerful subtext, which has all the elements to become a cult film. The first step is usually the imagination of the fans, who gives free rein to their creativity in the form of a fan art. Here we have a few posters that show us:
For all of us who live outside of North America and China, our only chance to see Annihilation is on Netflix. Today, the well-known streaming platform has become official the film’s release date (March 12), and has launched a new poster and trailer. Here they are:
Thanks to Oscarisaacfandom, here we have a new still of the film, taken from a poster stand in a movie theater. Keeping in mind that there are less than six weeks left for its release in the USA, presumably we will see more promotional images soon…
Xavier Dolan has published in his Twitter account the last three character posters of his latest film The Death and Life of John. F. Donovan… and the last one seems to be the final teaser poster (with the main character played by Kit Harington):
Seeing it, everything seems to indicate that the movie will be released next year…
After the jump are the other two posters, with Susan Sarandon and Kathy Bates:
Finally, here we have a teaser poster with Natalie of the last film by Xavier Dolan, The Death and Life of John F. Donovan:
In addition, an interesting article in Vanity Fair about the film and the character that Natalie plays in it. The text speculates with a premiere in festivals this fall:
With that in mind, he called last week from Montreal—where he’s editing The Death and Life of John F. Donovan—to tease me with this exclusive image of Natalie Portman, ahead of the film’s debut on the festival circuit this fall.
After the jump, there is another poster with Jacob Tremblay, Natalie´s son in the movie…
We’ve had plenty of days without pictures or public appearances by Natalie, but here we have a couple of little Tidbits…
-Xavier Dolan revealed a few days ago a teaser poster of his next film, “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan”. Unfortunately, Jessica Chastain is the only actress to appear in it. Hopefully we can also see Natalie and the rest of the cast in upcoming posters:
-Kirk Simon’s documentary “The Pulitzer at 100” will finally be released on 21 July in New York City. The film explores the effect the Pulitzers have had on the country’s culture in the century since their inception by way of interviews with previous winners, including authors, journalists, playwrights and musicians. Also featured in the documentary are readings of Pulitzer-winning works as presented by some of Hollywood’s brightest stars, including Natalie, Helen Mirren and Martin Scorsese. Here is the trailer:
After a long hiatus, we finally saw Natalie return to work a few days ago. While we wait for more events, here is a new batch of Tidbits…
-In the coming weeks we will see the Natalie’s cameo in Angie Tribeca. In connection with this, Rashida Jones has talked about the participation of her friend in the sitcom:
Who’s one guest star you were most excited to work with in Season 3 of Angie Tribeca?
Natalie (Portman) had never done TV before, and we’ve been friends for a long time. She was adorably nervous about it, which was so funny from an Oscar winner. (Her character) is a bit of a play on an anti-feminist, old-school idea of a woman. She’s in a power position, but she’s still treated terribly by the men around her in a ’60s, Mad Men-way. It’s one of those characters where you’re like, “Wow, we have come a long way.”
–Song to Song had a very limited release in American theaters last March. Now is the time of its release in several European countries. As a result, photos already seen have emerged, this time in HD.
More after the jump:
Song to Song, the latest Terrence Malick´s film starring Natalie, Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender, will premiere at the SXSW Austin Festival in four days, and here we have a new ad of the movie with the actors:
It seems that the release date of Jackie, Pablo Larrain’s film starring Natalie, comes forward one week in USA and is set for December 2. The website of the film is already operational and displays the new date on it. Unfortunately, there are no trailer or official poster of the movie yet, but meanwhile here´s another great fan art, made by EB Poster:
— EB Posters (@EBPoster) September 23, 2016