Welcome to Adoring Natalie Portman! This site is a fan run website dedicated to the talented Academy Award winning Israeli actress, Natalie Portman who is known for her roles in Star Wars, Closer, Black Swan, Thor and many more. Here we aim to keep you up to date on Natalie's busy career whilst remaining respectful to her privacy. We hope you find this resource useful. Thanks for visiting!
Natalie is on the cover of the January 2011 edition of Vogue! She looks stunning, I hope we see more from this photoshoot soon. Thanks to JustJared for the heads up.
The magazine recently looked inside the training that the 29-year-old actress went through to prepare for her role in Black Swan.
To lengthen and strengthen her body, Natalie worked eight hours a day, six days a week with Mary Helen Bowers, a former dancer in the New York City ballet.
Mary believes that “you can really transform any body type into one looking like a ballerina: long, lean, sculpted, and strong, but still very elegant.”
Last night Natalie attended the Dior Celebrations for The Reopening Of Its 57th Street Boutique where she was presented to a team of international press as the new face of Dior! Her first campaign will be Miss Dior Cherie and will involve a print advertisement by Tim Walker and a commercial shot by Sofia Coppola. Pictures are up in the gallery.
HitFix posted its exclusive interview with Natalie where she talks about ‘Black Swan’.
With “Black Swan,” Natalie Portman had to learn to do something convincingly on camera that people train their whole lives to do, and even with the training she had in childhood, she still ended up pushing herself further than I think she bargained for, training for a full year for the film. We discussed that and many other things when we sat down for this extended interview at the W Hotel in Hollywood a few weekends ago.
In person, Portman is stunning, which is to be expected, but before we rolled the cameras, I was struck by just how funny and sharp she was. I’m excited to see her show up in the positively deranged “Your Highness” next year, and we talk about that a bit too in the interview.