… and every Natalie fan knows what that means: not only the commemoration of the "Guy Fawkes Night", but also the remembrance of one of the most successful comic book…
Today is November 5 … and every Natalie fan knows what that means: not only the commemoration of the “Guy Fawkes Night”, but also the remembrance of one of the most successful comic book adaptations. And what better to celebrate it than watching one of the most iconic scenes of the film directed by James Mc Teigue. Enjoy:(more…)
It’s time for a new weekly batch of tidbits:
-Usually, film critics associations announce their nominations and awards at the end of the year, but Los Angeles Online Film Critic Society has broken the rule, announcing their “mid-season” film awards nominees. Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther received the most love with seven nominations, but Annihilation has also achieved four mentions, including one for Natalie in the category of best actress. The winners will be known next week.
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It's that day again. So I whipped up a little meme to pay respects to Guy Fawkes/V for Vendetta.
A couple small bits of Natalie-related news on this lazy Sunday afternoon. - First up, there is a strong rumour that V for Vendetta may be getting the TV series…
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.
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