A Tale of Love and Darkness is Natalie Portman’s film in every sense of the word. The actress not only stars in the fact based drama, but she also wrote and directed the film, which is based on the memoirs of journalist Amos Oz. A Tale of Love and Darkness debuted at last year’s Cannes... Show More Summary
"Your innocence will never abandon you..." Focus World has debuted a brand new official US trailer for Natalie Portman's directorial debut, a drama called A Tale of Love and Darkness, set against the backdrop of the end of the British Mandate for Palestine and the early years of the State of Israel. Show More Summary
Natalie Portman's directorial debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness, premiered at Cannes last year and was relatively well-received. Based on Israeli author Amos Oz's 2002 autobiography of the same name, the Hebrew-language drama tells the story of the formation of the state of Israel in the late '40s through ... More »
Mila Kunis recently guested on the Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show, and the 32-year-old actress discussed her role in the 2010 film Black Swan. Black Swan, a psychological thriller starring Natalie Portman, was directed by Darren Aronofsky and was nominated for five Academy Awards. Show More Summary
Like me, you probably have no definitive recollection of the movies Friends with Benefits, which starred Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake, or the Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman vehicle No Strings Attached, other than the fact that...Show More Summary
Jonathan Safran Foer’s thinly disguised love emails to Natalie Portman are everything that could have been expected from the auteur of Extremely Banal And Incredibly Pretentious. I think I still prefer the emails of Natalie Portman, Jonathan Safran Foer — and Neal Pollack, though. Share
Gather 'round, kiddies. It's time for tales of cringes past. Yesterday, the New York Times released an interview between author Jonathan Safran Foer and Natalie Portman, done entirely via largely blink-worthy emails. Read it, or go sit in a bar...
Chris Hemsworth, god of thunder, buster of ghosts, haver of abs, master of pull-ups, hacker of computers, father of Chris Pine in that one Star Trek movie, joker of jokes, wooer of Natalie Portman in those two Thor movies — yes, he of the blonde hair, the muscles, the six-foot-three height, the kindness, ... More »
Year in Reading alumnus Jonathan Safran Foer and Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman have been exchanging emails for over a decade. Over at The New York Times Magazine, they share their recent correspondence on how things have changed since the beginning of their friendship. The post Friends Forever appeared first on The Millions.
She’s been flying under the radar as of late, and Natalie Portman just scored the front page of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. In her interview, the “Black Swan” babe discusses her approach to filmmaking and how it’s not justShow More Summary
Often, our first look at a new film comes from officially released images or a trailer. Our first glimpse of Annihilation is something very different, but even more striking.
Artists will be artists, and at least Natalie Portman and Jonathan Safran Foer bravely ventured outside 140 characters to express themselves.
Natalie Portman goes without pants on the cover of T, the New York Times magazine. The interview consists of emails between author Jonathan Safran Foer and Natalie. Here’s what she shared… On finding freedom as an actress: “It’s strange to have an art that’s largely an instinct. People would argue that there’s plenty of technique [...]
It's Natalie Portman and Amy Schumer in a battle of who is wearing something weirder.
Today, T Magazine published a collection of emails between Jonathan Safran Foer and Natalie Portman. The two have been corresponding for over a decade, and we get only a glimpse of their most recent correspondence — in wistful conversations about Moscow, Judaism, and how Thursday is garbage day. Foer has ... More »
May we all remember Bastille Day 2016 as the day we saw two famous people jerk each other off in the pages of the New York Times. Read more...
Natalie Portman is on the cover of T Magazine's new summer entertainment issue promoting her directorial debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness, an adaptation of Israeli author Amos Oz’s best-selling memoir about his childhood in Jerusalem in the last years of the British mandate. The pictures are gorgeous, but ... More »
Natalie Portman enjoys the music while attending the Barclaycard British Summer Time festival at Hyde Park on Sunday afternoon (July 10) in London, England. The 35-year-old actress attended the music fest along with actress Julianne Moore, who was spotted in the VIP area with her husband Bart Freundlich. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]
Once upon a time, Natalie Portman was one of the most revered and sought-after actresses in Hollywood. Then Benjamin Millepied entered her life. We're not saying Portman and Millepied's marriage is to blame for Natalie's declining career. She...Show More Summary