It looks like a lot of A-list celebs are feeling the heat with respect to Donald Trump and want show their support to the Hilary Clinton as election day approaches. Actress Natalie Portman was on hand at a voter registration rally in Ardmore, Pennsylvania to give a short speech, take some selfies alongside attendees and convince people that they shouldn’t take their right to vote lightly!
Natalie Portman attends the premiere and photocall for the upcoming film “Planetarium”. The film stars Natalie and Lily-Rose Depp. The film is scheduled to be released on 16 November 2016. Natalie is expecting baby number two with husband Benjamin Millepied.
Natalie Portman stars as Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy Onassis in the film “Jackie” which premieres today at the 73rd Venice Film Festival. Famed “Wrestler” & “Black Swan” director Darren Aronofsky is one of the films co-producers, so in addition to Natalie there are a number of big-ticket names pushing this film into a special category that might get attention when awards season rolls around early next year.
This film follows Jacqueline Kennedy in the days when she was First Lady in the White House and her life following the assassination of her husband, President John F. Kennedy in 1963 Dallas, Texas. Source
Busy mom & actress Natalie Portman was busy doing some promotional work in NYC earlier this morning for her latest project “A Tale of Love and Darkness,” which also serves as her directorial debut feature film. Natalie’s production company acquired rights to the autobiographical novel by Israeli author Amos Oz a while back & she’s been working on the film in Jerusalem since 2014.
Here’s more about the story, which was first published in Hebrew back in 2002:
Oz chronicles his childhood in Jerusalem at the end of the British Mandate for Palestine and the early years of the State of Israel, and his teenage years on Kibbutz Hulda. As a child, he crossed paths with prominent figures in Israeli society, among them Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Shaul Tchernichovsky, and David Ben-Gurion. One of his teachers was the Israeli poet Zelda. Joseph Klausner was his great-uncle. Told in a non-linear fashion, Oz’s story is interwoven with tales of his family’s Eastern European roots. The family’s name was Klausner. By changing the name to a Hebrew one, Oz rebelled against that European background while affirming loyalty to the land of his birth. Source
Here’s a clip of Natalie’s interview on “Good Morning America”:
Natalie Portman took a break from motherhood and attended a screening for her directorial debut film “A Tale Of Love And Darkness” at the closing night of the New York Jewish Film Festival. The screening was held at the Walter Reade Theater in NYC.
The film, which began shooting in Jerusalem back in 2014, is based on autobiographical novel by Israeli author Amos Oz. The book first released in 2002 only in Hebrew, but since then it has been translated into 28 languages! The 34-year-old actress will even star in the film as Oz’s mother.
Here’s more about the plot:
Oz chronicles his childhood in Jerusalem at the end of the British Mandate for Palestine and the early years of the State of Israel, and his teenage years on Kibbutz Hulda. As a child, he crossed paths with prominent figures in Israeli society, among them Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Shaul Tchernichovsky, and David Ben-Gurion. One of his teachers was the Israeli poet Zelda. Joseph Klausner was his great-uncle. Told in a non-linear fashion, Oz’s story is interwoven with tales of his family’s Eastern European roots. The family’s name was Klausner. By changing the name to a Hebrew one, Oz rebelled against that European background while affirming loyalty to the land of his birth.
Natalie Portman attended the “A Tale Of Love And Darkness” photocall during the 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival. The film is the directorial debut for Natalie and the film adapatation of an autobiographical novel by Israeli author Amos Oz. Natalie stars as Fania Oz along with Makram Khoury as Halawani.
I don’t even know the last time we featured both of these ladies, so hope you guys enjoy them, even though we find Natalie Portman on the somewhat pretentious and annoying end of the spectrum. As Elizabeth Olsen, why hasn’t she given Jennifer Lawrence a run for her Oscar nominations yet?! Chop-chop, Liz!
These were snapped yesterday at the Christian Dior show as part of Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture, Spring/Summer 2015.
We rarely add to our Internet-exclusive “Celebrities Just Like You & Me” category, so these latest pics of Natalie Portman show the actress casually waiting in line for coffee following a Pilates class in Los Feliz. The ‘Thor: The Dark World’ actress didn’t particularly look like she was in a good mood seeing how she flipped the bird as she headed back to her car.
For those of you who’re interested, Natalie will be making her directorial debut later this year with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict drama “A Tale Of Love and Darkness.” Don’t expect too much objectivity on the topic considering the 33-year-old actress was born in Jerusalem.
After going at it alone in London the night before, Natalie Portman appeared on the red carpet with her hubby Benjamin Millepied at the ‘Thor: The Dark World’ premiere in Paris. As we mentioned yesterday, the film hit theaters in London yesterday, but won’t release in the U.S. until November 8, so we’re assuming Natalie, Chris Hemsworth & company will hit up a few more premieres before heading back to Los Angeles & NYC.
I’d love to say Natalie looks amazing in the dress that she’s wore last night in Paris, but sadly, the dangerously low-cut top doesn’t look great on Natalie—at least in the pics. The fact that she looks completely flat-chested coupled with her lack of an hour glass figure makes the otherwise promising dress look somewhat unflattering on Natalie. Again, I’m just calling it like it is—at least from the standpoint of a heterosexual male who looks at stylish women all day.
In case you missed the previous post, here’s more about the sequel, which stars also stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgård, Idris Elba, Kat Dennings, Ray Stevenson, Tadanobu Asano, Jaimie Alexander, Rene Russo and Anthony Hopkins. Here’s some plot action:
One year after the events of The Avengers, Thor battles to save the Nine Realms from a mysterious enemy older than the universe itself. A primeval race led by Malekith, who is out for revenge, intends to plunge the universe into darkness. Confronted by an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot overcome, Thor must reunite with Jane Foster and join forces with the now imprisioned Loki to set out on a dangerous journey that will force him to make the ultimate sacrifice.[Source]
Here’s Natalie arriving into paris with her son Aleph in tow…
The Thor: The Dark World world premiere was held at the Odeon Leicester Square in London. The film is the sequel to the 2011 film which stars Liam Hemsworth as Thor with Natalie Portman as Jane Foster. Also reprising their roles from the first film are Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgård, Idris Elba, Kat Dennings, Ray Stevenson, Tadanobu Asano, Jaimie Alexander, Rene Russo and Anthony Hopkins. The film opens internationally on October 30th with the US wide-release on November 8th. Visit Marvel’s Thor for all the latest information including tickets and showtimes.