Tag: natalie portman
The God of Thunder will strike out this week in a new trailer for the upcoming Thor sequel. In anticipation of that, we have some plot details about the film to reveal.
Lynne Ramsay, the director behind We Need to Talk About Kevin, was supposed to be directing the very promising looking western, Jane Got a Gun, starring Natalie Portman and a slew of other top actors. However, she has dropped out of the director's chair, and has done so in the worst way you could imagine...She just didn't show up for the first day of filming.
No one WANTS to see The Three Musketeers 3D. Now, we all HAVE to.
[Update] Well, Marvel works fast. Shortly after this article went live, they hired writer Don Payne (Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, co-writer on the original Thor) to script the sequel. Good job, Marvel. Now get a director. [Update]
Everyone's favorite Norse God is returning to Asgard in 2013, but has ditched his Shakespearean director Kennath Branagh back on Earth.
For months, Natalie Portman's Oscar campaign was riding on the fact that not only did she deliver a stunning performance, but did most of her dancing as well. Well, her body double thinks otherwise. And here's my question: Why does it matter anyways?
January: The Month of Not-A-Lot-Of-Options. This week, we have an Ashton Kutcher romantic comedy as our primary choice. God, help us all. But will Peter Weir's wartime epic be a January silver lining to a fairly mucky month? And which one's worth your time and, more importantly, money this weekend? That's right, everyone: It's time for another Cinema Showdown!
With the Golden Globes right around the corner, there is a lot of talk about Natalie Portman and her performance in Black Swan. Her film is up for 4 Golden Globe nominations, and the talented actress herself is up for a best actress nomination. There is much speculation that she may win a Globe, and since the Globes can sometimes act as a precursor for an Oscar win, the industry is a buzz with talk and anticipation that she just may walk away an Oscar winner as well. Oscar noms have yet to be announced, but with nominations already made for Golden Globes I am wondering, is Natalie Portman the best working actress of today? Is Natalie Portman Oscar worthy?