Jennifer Garner is getting in the soccer spirit.
Jennifer Garner is getting in the soccer spirit.
Natalie Portman and her husband, Benjamin Millepied, are reportedly working on their marriage following allegations of cheating.According to multiple reports, Millepied's alleged affair with a 25-year-old woman was revealed in the French outlet . A source told that the alleged affair was «short-lived and it is over,» adding that the Oscar winner and her dancer husband have been privately working through their marital struggles despite the allegations.«He knows he made an enormous mistake and he is doing all he can to get Natalie to forgive him and keep their family together,» the source told the outlet.
Selena Gomez always looks out for her fans.
Beyoncé’s concert in Paris, France, was just blessed by not only her but by her mini-me,Blue Ivy, who she shares with her husband Jay-Z. Video clips have been making their way around social media, showing the 11-year-old’s impressive dance skills. Blue Ivy looked cooler than ever as she danced next to her mom in a matching jumpsuit, making her way to the front of the stage.The “CUFF IT” singer introduced her daughter to the 80,000 fans who packed the Stade de France while performing her The Lion King track, “My Power,” per Entertainment Tonight.Beyoncé, who recently honored Tina Turner, stopped and told the crowd, “Give it up for Blue.” The pre-teen looked confident and unphased by the thousands of screaming fans, proving she is a natural entertainer, just like her parents.Will Destiny’s Child reunite? Beyoncé’s dad says the world needs ‘One Last Album’Tina Turner’s biological and step children: learn about their livesMaria Dueñas Jacobs: a family in New YorkBeyoncé ’s show in Paris was filled with celebrities.
Beyoncé's concert on Friday.
At least once, I can say the winners of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival competition are actually the right ones. Maybe not exactly in the order I would have put them, but still, out of the 21 movies competing, it is hard to argue about almost all of the choices made by the Ruben Ostlund-led jury that, among others, included Americans Brie Larson and Paul Dano. I said almost.
Beyoncé and JAY-Z's daughter, Rumi, was on hand to watch her big sister, Blue Ivy, make a surprise appearance during Bey's Renaissance World Tour, and Rumi couldn't look prouder!A fan account took to Twitter on Saturday morning and shared a one-minute video of the moment the 5-year-old, who also has a twin brother, Sir, cheered from a luxury box Friday night while sitting with friends and family at Stade de France in Paris. The video was overlayed with the text, «POV: I saw Beyoncé's 3 children from my seat at Renaissance Tour,» though there was no sign of Sir. The video then shows Blue Ivy on the big screen nailing the choreography, and after showing a snippet of the performance the video then cuts to Rumi and a friend holding a sign that read, «We Love You Blue!»Moments later, Blue Ivy can be seen back in the luxury box sitting with a friend while still wearing her outfit from her surprise performance. Rumi Carter shows her support for her sister and mother with her friend while holding a «We love you, Blue!!» banner❤️ #RenaissanceWorldTourpic.twitter.com/BuudYL9sA7Beyoncé's fans were in pure delight after Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance. While in the middle of performing her track, «My Power,» Bey stopped and announced to the 80,000 fans to «give it up for Blue.»Blue Ivy, 11, matched her mother in a sequined jumpsuit and danced like a true pro.
Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour couldn't get any better, things leveled up when Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance Friday night in Paris, sending the crowd into a frenzy.While in the middle of performing her track, «My Power,» Bey stopped and announced to the 80,000 fans who packed the Stade de France to «give it up for Blue.» Blue Ivy, 11, matched her mother in a sequined jumpsuit and danced like a true pro.The concert was attended by a bevy of celebrities, including Natalie Portman, Lenny Kravitz, Selena Gomez, Pharrell Williams and Kris Jenner. The tour heads over to London next for two nights (May 29-30) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.It's not the first time Blue Ivy's made an appearance onstage with her famous mom.
CANNES – It was a warm afternoon on la Croisette when Todd Haynes sat down to chat about his celebrated new drama, “May December.” The Killer Films produced project still hadn’t been acquired yet (Netflix picked up North American rights for a reported $11 million), but the “Carol” auteur was in good spirits. Maybe he’d read the reviews.
Natalie Portman is tackling fan-asked questions and sharing some fascinating tidbits about her career — including some key questions about her role in the franchise.The actress recently sat down for the video segment «Actually Me,» in which she went onto various online forums and fielded fan questions with official, candid answers.One moment that has drawn a lot of interest came when someone on Reddit asked if her character from the prequels, Padme, might ever return to the franchise in some future film.«I have no information on this. No one's ever asked me to return,» Portman revealed, before adding the hopeful addendum, «but I'm open to it.»While Portman's Queen Padme Amidala starred in George Lucas' prequel trilogy — and served as a key character who was both a love interest for Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) and the mother of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia — she died after giving birth at the end of Her character's death meant she wasn't involved in the sequel trilogy.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Natalie Portman told GQ magazine that she’s open to returning to the “Star Wars” franchise, 18 years after “Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith” served as her exit from the long-running space saga. Portman starred in all three of George Lucas’ prequel films as Padmé Amidala, who wins the heart of Anakin Skywalker. “I have no information on this,” Portman said when a fan floated the idea of her coming back to the franchise. “No one’s ever asked me to return, but I’m open to it.” Portman’s Padmé died in labor after giving birth to Luke and Leia in “Revenge of the Sith,” but the “Star Wars” franchise has a history of bringing back long-presumed dead characters (see “Phantom Menace” villain Darth Maul popping back up in “Solo.”).
EXCLUSIVE: After an old-style all night auction, Netflix is finalizing an $11M deal for North American rights to May December, the Todd Haynes-directed drama that stars Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman. It is far and away the big deal of Cannes so far, and a deal of this size ought to send a jolt of optimism that the North American marketplace for Cannes films is still alive and well, after a slow start here.
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Coming into Cannes 2023, there was a lot of discussion about Todd Haynes’ new dramedy, “May December.” Haynes is one of the most acclaimed filmmakers working today and his latest stars none other than Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman, two of the most respected actors in the world. It appears, judging by early reviews, “May December” delivers the goods and is likely going to be in the mix come awards season.
Alicia Vikander was greeted with an eight-minute standing ovation at the May 21 Cannes premiere of Brazilian director Karim Aïnouz’s “Firebrand,” from a crowd that included best actress Oscar winners Michelle Yeoh and Marion Cotillard.With her husband Michael Fassbender beaming on from the row behind, Vikander motioned for the cheering audience to stop or she would cry. But then she gave into the adulation and blew kisses to the upper balconies Vikander’s co-star Jude Law and Aïnouz also got huge applause. Vikander joins a group of Cannes leading ladies including Lily Gladstone, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore who have turned in show-stopping performances.
There’s trouble in the paradise of Savannah, Georgia, where the skeins of Spanish moss-draped over corridors of trees wave in the gentle coastal zephyrs with each night’s picture-perfect sunset. Spouses Gracie (Julianne Moore) and Joe (Charles Melton) have opened their palatial home for a backyard BBQ; he’s manning the grill, and she’s darting about trying to make everything just right, each well aware of their role to play.
CANNES – Perhaps it was the fact we’ve reached the halfway point of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival and the media have reached an inevitable breaking point with lack of sleep. Or maybe it was the often (but not talways) demure personalities of “May December’s” Oscar-winning stars, Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman.
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter A scandalous age-gap relationship plays out at the center of “May December,” which debuted on Saturday to raves at the Cannes Film Festival. In the starry romantic drama directed by Todd Haynes, Julianne Moore plays the “December” to Charles Melton’s much-younger “May,” whose character was just 13 when the two fell in love. It’s a complicated dynamic, Moore admits, because of the time in their lives when they first met. “An age gap is one thing, but a relationship between an adult and a child is a different thing entirely,” Moore said at Sunday’s press conference for “May December,” which was embraced in the Grand Palais the day prior with an enthusiastic six-minute standing ovation.
CANNES (Reuters) - Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore anchor director Todd Haynes' attempt at a fourth Palme d'Or in the drama "May December," which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday night. Moore plays an older star who became tabloid fodder two decades earlier because of her relationship with a much younger man, played by Charles Melton - best known for "Riverdale.
Cannes Film Festival isn’t just a hub of red carpet premieres, champagne-drenched parties, and stars, stars, stars. It’s also a vibrant locus of dealmaking, with studio executives, agents and filmmakers descending on the Riviera to secure financing for their upcoming projects or to find a distributor for their latest movies. The 2023 edition is playing host to several compelling packages and potential awards contenders that could spark heated bidding wars. Here are 11 films that could leave buyers reaching for the espresso instead of the rosé as they engage in all-night battles to land the next big thing. Cast: Sean Penn, Tye Sheridan, Katherine Waterston, Michael Pitt, Mike TysonDirector: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire Agency: CAA, WMEWhy Buyers Care: Penn and Sheridan have crackling chemistry as disgruntled mentor and doe-eyed mentee in the edge-of-your-seat thriller, which takes audiences into the often harrowing, always intense reality for paramedics in New York City. A gentle warning, though, that “Black Flies” isn’t for the squeamish. Expect plenty of blood, disturbing and graphic injuries, extreme violence…and a lot of yelling.
Natalie Portman has reflected on her debut role in Léon: The Professional, referring to the film as “cringey”.In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actress spoke about the 1994 Luc Bensson-directed film where she starred as Mathilda Lando, a lonely 12-year-old who befriends Léon, her neighbour and Italian hitman.“It’s a movie that’s still beloved, and people come up to me about it more than almost anything I’ve ever made,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “It gave me my career, but it is definitely when you watch it now, it definitely has some cringey, to say the least, aspects to it. So, yes, it’s complicated for me.”The film was Portman’s acting debut, and she was cast when she was 11 years old.
Natalie Portman said that sexual harassment non-profit Time’s Up “dissipating” has been “really heartbreaking” and “painful”. The Black Swan actress, 41, was vocal in her support for the organisation, which was founded in the wake of the #MeToo movement, along with other Hollywood figures.
Matt Donnelly Senior Film Writer Few films at Cannes this year have indie pedigree and star power behind them like “May December,” Todd Haynes’ examination of a cross-generational couple who caused a tabloid scandal and the actress studying their family to portray the woman in a forthcoming movie about their lives. Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman lead the way, but the project is a significant launchpad for “Riverdale” alum Charles Melton. Playing opposite Moore as a character who’s about to become an empty nester at 35, Melton dishes about his Cannes debut and walking dogs before he hit stardom. Will this be your first Cannes? This will be my first film festival. I’m so excited to reunite with Julie and Natalie and Todd Haynes and everyone that was a part of making the film. I’m grinning from ear to ear right now.
Natalie Portman is ready to face off against Ryan Reynolds on the field!ET spoke to Portman at the premiere of her new docuseries,, chronicling the rise of the actress' Los Angeles-based professional women's soccer team, Angel City Football Club. Portman revealed that she's toyed with the idea of Angel City F.C.
Matt Donnelly Senior Film Writer Variety has a first look at the anticipated Cannes Film Festival competition premiere “May December,” led by Oscar-winning heavyweights Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman and directed by Todd Haynes. The title, which is also for sale out of this year’s Marché du Film, represents a “Far From Heaven” reunion for Moore and Haynes and a significant breakout opportunity for “Riverdale” heartthrob Charles Melton. Moore and Melton star as married couple whose 20-year relationship inspired a national tabloid obsession at its offset. Now preparing to send their grown children off to college – as Melton reconciles with empty nest syndrome in his mid-30s – an actress (Portman) embeds with the family to study them for an upcoming film where she’ll play Moore. The couple buckles under the pressure as Portman probes as deeply as she can for an honest performance.
Natalie Portman and James Corden just acted out basically her entire film career — and we're tired just watching. The Oscar winner was a guest on one of Corden's final episodes Tuesday night, during which they performed one of the show's signature sketches: acting out the guest star's roles. Considering Portman's movie credits span nearly 30 years, this was far from an easy undertaking. Still, there was no shortage of wigs, fake cars, and special effects as Corden and Portman gave it their all bringing the actress' unforgettable projects to life, including , , , and her and credits.
T. Swift muse, Jake Gyllenhaal (he of the good hair, affable disposition, rampant sarcasm and dimples you can eat ice cream out of) is Sagittarius energy incarnate. Jamie Lee Curtis’s sourdough baking godson is known for such iconic roles such as the eponymous, troubled teenager “Donnie Darko” and closeted rodeo king/ranch hand Jack Twist in “Brokeback Mountain.”Gyllenhaal returns to the screen this spring as Sgt.
The perfect team! While Benjamin Millepied and wife Natalie Portman work in different creative outlets, the couple will always help each other shine.
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