Natalie and director Brady Corbet went to the first of the two screenings they plan to attend this weekend at the ArcLight Hollywood cinemas in LA. The Q&A was moderated by Scott Mantz. We have a few instagram photos and a full video of the event:
And more Vox Lux promo today. A new clip of the film, in which we can see Natalie´s character in an uncomfortable interview with a journalist. We have rarely seen her so intense in a scene…
Today is the day. Vox Lux opens in USA in a limited released, and more interviews are emerging. Entertainment Weekly caught up with Natalie to discuss her 10-day excursion into mainstream music, singing Sia’s songs, roughing it with Beyoncé’s backup dancers, and transforming into a fervent pop star on the edge.
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Also “Wrapped Up”, one of the Sia´s Songs, has released Today. It´s available in Spotify, iTunes and Amazon. The full album will be released on December 14.
Vox Lux opens tomorrow in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and we have a few Tidbits to make the wait more bearable…
-Neon has published in its social networks this spectacular photo of Natalie, belonging to the climax of the film:
-Natalie will attend the Late Show with Seth Meyers on December 13, according to Broadway world.
-Finally, makeup artist Mara Capps has shared in instagram some great photos of her work in the movie. Some images can be considered spoilers (and somewhat disturbing), so I put it after the jump:
Vox Lux debuts in New York and Los Angeles this Friday, and Natalie will be at the Ellen Show tonight to promote the film. Just Jared has the first pictures of her appearance on the TV show, and the Ellen YouTube channel has a preview video, in which Natalie reveals which popstar she channeled in Brady Corbet’s movie:
Deadline organized “The contenders” a few weeks ago, an event to promote several movies for the awards season. Vox Lux was one of them, and we finally have a summary of the film’s panel, with Natalie, Raffey Cassidy and Brady Corbet:
More photos and news about Vox Lux are emerging:
-First of all, Fandango has a new still of the film in an article about the movies that will be released later this year:
–Gold Derby is reporting that the Golden Globes are switching Natalie over to the lead actress category instead of her requested category of Best Supporting Actress. We can not know for sure if this is good news or not. Everything seems to indicate that placing her in such a competitive category is a wrong decision, but on the other hand it means that she is being seriously considered by Golden Globes voters. We will know the answer next December 6…
-Finally, Headline Planet reports that Natalie (and singer Halsey) will be at the Ellen Show on December 5.
And a couple of Vox Lux tidbits to end the week…
-Neon has started releasing short clips of the film on its instagram and Twitter accounts. Here is the first one:
LA Times Entertainment has published an article and a video review about Natalie´s performance by Justin Chang:
— LAT Entertainment (@latimesent) November 25, 2018
A notice to all California fans: Natalie and Brady Corbet will attend a couple of Q&A at the ArcLight and AMC Cinemas in Los Angeles during the weekend of the American premiere of Vox Lux:
— Vox Lux (@VoxLuxMovie) November 22, 2018
Only two weeks left for the North American release of Vox Lux, and promotional material is slowly emerging, like this new still of Natalie, characterized as Celeste in the film:
… And all fans who live near New York can visit an exhibition of costumes that Natalie wears in the film, located at the AMC theathers at Lincoln Square:
LA Times published an article today about actors who have played singers in recent months. This is the quote on Natalie and Vox Lux:
Months before shooting began, she also recorded a selection of tracks written by Sia and singer-songwriter and producer Scott Walker — it was the first time she’d ever been called on to sing so extensively for a role.
The experience left her with newfound respect for hit-makers and performers. “Pop stars are this incredible force of nature,” Portman said. “There’s a mystery there, an internal force that propels them. It’s a really hard life. You watch any of these documentaries, and it is so much work. I think what [makes them such fascinating figures on screen] is that special charisma that everyone is attracted to combined with this unbelievable work ethic and then the very human toll it takes.”