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Natalie Portman has been cleaning up at the Awards Shows this year for her role in Black Swan. With her new film No Strings Attached opening this week, we figured it’s about time to pay tribute to one of Hollywood’s’ most notable actresses.
Top Ten: Best Of Natalie Portman Honorable Mention: Mars Attacks
“I guess it wasn’t the dove”. Mars Attacks! was based on a crazy pack of bubble gum trading cards from the 1950′s that featured exploitative gore not tolerated in films of the time — people burned alive, trembling women ‘threatened’ by nihilistic, gleefully violent skull-headed Martians — you know, the subtle approach. The movie reruns the alien invasion playbook as it might be envisioned by Mad magazine, zeroing in on the formula with inspired anarchy. Natalie Portman is part of a truly ridiculous ensemble cast that includes Jack Nicholson, Pam Grier, Tom Jones, and Sarah Jessica Parker »
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Natalie Portman simply glowed as she showed off her tiny baby belly at the People’s Choice Awards on Jan. 5. On Dec. 27, the 29-year-old actress confirmed that she is engaged to Benjamin Millepied, 33, and is expecting his baby. However, the actress admitted to starving herself while filming her dramatic flick Black Swan only a year ago!
“‘I was barely eating,” Natalie told the Daily Mail. “I was working 16 hours a day. I was almost method acting without intending to. I do wonder now how people can do this kind of role when they have a family.”
She confessed, “It was more difficult than anything I’ve ever experienced before. I like to go home and be myself but with this one I didn’t get the chance. It didn’t leave me. »
2 items from 2011
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