August 17, 2009   ||No CommentsFiled Under: Movie News

Fans of big screen beauties Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis are set for a sexy treat in the pair’s upcoming movie – they’ll reportedly engage in an explicit sex scene. The actresses have signed on to play ballerinas in Darren Aronofsky’s dark new thriller Black Swan, and they’ll send temperatures soaring in one particular scene, according to website ScriptShadow.com. A source reveals the racy scene is “not just nice sweet innocent sex,” adding, “We’re talking ecstasy-induced hungry aggressive angry sex.” Kunis has refused to confirm or deny the reports, telling Collider.com, “I can’t really deny or confirm (anything) because I’m not allowed to talk about the script but all I’m going to say is that I can’t imagine anyone getting their hands on this project. “The script is so under lock and key that I can’t imagine anyone really truly ever getting a hold of it.”



August 11, 2009   ||No CommentsFiled Under: Site Updates

I might not be able to update this site for some days. I got this mean virus and now I’m trying
my best to get rid of it as soon as possible. Don’t hesitate to contact me, if you find anything new on Natalie and/or her work ;)



August 05, 2009   ||No CommentsFiled Under: News & Gossip

The Natalie Portman-starring Love and Other Impossible Pursuits, from writer-director Don Roos, and Rodrigo Garcia’s “Mother and Child,” a dramatic tale starring Annette Bening, Naomi Watts and Kerry Washington, are to receive red carpet treatment as world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival, organizers said. In Pursuits, Portman, who replaced Jennifer Lopez in the lead, plays a woman trying to save her marriage with the help of her precocious stepson. Also getting high-profile North American premieres at the Toronto fest, which runs September 10-19, are Grant Heslov’s The Men Who Stare at Goats, a thriller that stars George Clooney and Ewan McGregor; Spanish director Alejandro Amenabar’s Agora, which stars Rachel Weisz; and French director Jan Kounen’s Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky. Read the rest of this entry »



July 30, 2009   ||No CommentsFiled Under: Other Projects

According to Variety Natalie Portman will produce Booksmart for Fox. The film will center on two overly ambitious high school seniors who decide that the only thing they haven’t done is have boyfriends. So they decide to each get one before prom. The script is being written by Sarah Haskins and Emily Halpern. Portman and her partner Annette Savitch will produce via their Handsomecharlie Films production company.



July 24, 2009   ||No CommentsFiled Under: Movie News

From the makers of Paris, je t’aime comes New York, I Love You an eclectic anthology of short films that explore love in the big apple – but not in that cheesy Sex And The City way. For those who’ve seen Paris, je t’aime the formula will be familiar, eleven international Directors craft eleven unrelated and wildly divergent short films with only two prerequisites. It must take place in New York City and it must deal with love. In New York, I Love You‘s predecessor those conditions birthed tales of unrequited love, puppy love, old love, love lost, lust, love of place and love at first sight played out across the picturesque arrondissements of Paris. Fortunately love is a universal language (or something?) so though the location has changed between films the sentiments will largely remain the same. So to will the healthy slab of A-Listers proliferating the screen with appearances from (deep breath) Bradley Cooper, Hayden Christensen, Andy Garcia, Rachel Bilson, Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Christina Ricci, Maggie Q, Ethan Hawke, James Caan, Olivia Thirlby, John Hurt, Shia LaBeouf, Chris Cooper, Robin Wright Penn and Blake Lively.. The film also marks the Directorial debut of Natalie Portman who also starred in Paris, je t’aime so you know she loves love as much as we love her… Thanks to Pedestrian.tv!

CLICK HERE to watch the trailer!