The gallery has just been updated with over 1,600 high-quality images of Natalie Portman from her public appearances in 2012 – 2014, where she attended several awards shows, benefit galas and promoted “Thor: The Dark World”. More on the way!
Public Appearances > 2014
Public Appearances > 2013
Public Appearances > 2012
Hello! My name is Celyn and I’m the new owner here at Adoring Natalie Portman. I’ve been a huge fan of Natalie’s for several years (one of my all-time favourite films is “V For Vendetta”) and when I saw that this site was available for adoption, I just couldn’t resist.
As you can imagine, there is a lot of tidying up that is currently going on behind the scenes, as the site has been online since 2007 and had several different owners in that time. So, to make things easier, I have set up a new gallery, which I will be updated regularly as I move images over from the old gallery (which you can still view until the merge is complete), as well as re-capping a lot of Natalie’s older projects in Blu-Ray quality.
To start with, the last Public Appearance addition here was back in 2014, so I’ve just uploaded over 700 high-quality images of Natalie from her 2015 appearances, including several photocalls during Berlinale and her recent outing to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. There is plenty more on the way, so stay tuned! Also, feel free to follow our new Twitter account @AdoringNatalie to get the updates as they happen.
Public Appearances > 2015
Legendary actress Lauren Bacall died Tuesday at the age of 89 and celebrities from multiple generations from Barbara Streisand to Mia Farrow remembered the Hollywood starlet.
The icon leaves behind an incomparable legacy that music and acting legends won’t soon forget.
Oscar winner Natalie Portman brought up the wisdom Bacall passed on to her when the two worked together. In fact, the icon helped Natalie in her first directing effort (Natalie directed Lauren in the short comedy film Eve back in 2008).
Lauren Bacall’s strength, wit and talent matched her extreme beauty. I had the great fortune that she so generously allowed me to direct her in my first short film. It was a true honor to watch her act up close – her sense of humor, timing and imagination were apparent in every moment. I will never forget the gift of her trust in me and the inimitable and vast talent she had. My deepest condolences to her loved ones.
On Saturday, Oct. 11, more than 1,000 prominent philanthropists, business and entertainment community leaders, local dignitaries and other hospital supporters will gather at The Event Deck at L.A. LIVE for the 2014 Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Gala: Noche de Niños, presented by Delta Air Lines. The signature biennial event raises funds for the hospital’s most critical needs while celebrating its heroes: the courageous children in its care, the exceptional caregivers who change lives and the compassionate community that support its mission.
The evening will also honor three recipients in recognition of their unwavering compassion and dedication to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman, prominent philanthropists Sally and Bill Hurt, and Costco Wholesale will each receive the “Courage to Care” award, which was inspired by an 11-year-old terminal cancer patient, Dustin Meraz, whose legacy was to inspire others to have the courage to care for children in need.
One of the longest running talent-rep relationships in Hollywood has come to a climax. As Natalie Portman transitions to a move to Paris, she and Brillstein Entertainment partner Aleen Keshishian will be parting ways, sort of. Portman is relocating to be with husband Benjamin Millepied. A dancer she met while making Black Swan, Millepied is taking the job as director of the Paris Opera Ballet.
Portman, who just made her directorial debut on the Hebrew-language adaptation of the Amos Oz novel A Tale Of Love And Darkness, will continue to star in Hollywood movies, and maybe some European films. She will also write and direct while being a wife and mother, all part of the next chapter in a remarkable life. To that end, she has hired French agent Laurent Gregoire, who’ll work with CAA on Portman’s film career. Keshishian will still be involved in the branding aspect of Portman’s career, which includes a lucrative Dior campaign, but she will no longer manage the movie career of her first client.
Natalie attended Miss Dior Exhibition on June 19, 2014 in Shanghai, China. Nat wore a Dior white silk dress for the occasion which she set off with black accessories: pointy-toed Dior pumps and a matching clutch.
“The opening night here has such great energy of all the, of course, people here who are seeing the exhibit for the first time in Shanghai, but also of this sort of reunion for all these women artists who are represented in the exhibition who of course are reuniting again after last year’s opening in Paris. So it’s very exciting to sort of see it a second time with the same group of people. It’s starting to feel like this sisterhood,” Natalie said in a video released by Dior.