Natalie Portman is an Isralei born actress that has a long string of credits to her name including to risque scenes with Scarlett Johanson. Gossip Center loves Natalie and hope you enjoy her collection of videos, pictures photos, at GossipCenter.com
After the party is the after-party! And, the biggest one in Hollywood is the Vanity Fair Oscars Party. For the second year in a row, the post-award show event featured a portrait booth, and the images are simply stunning.
So, how did it work? “As guests leave the red carpet and enter the main #vfoscarparty space, they’ll have the option to stop by the studio and stake a claim to immortality – or at least strike a few portfolio-style poses,” the magazine explained.
Always one of the most well attended fetes during Hollywood's biggest night, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party continued to live up to its reputation on Sunday (February 22).
Hosted by Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, top names like Natalie Portman, Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone and Beyoncé were among the celebrities ringing in the 20th anniversary of the exclusive Academy Awards soiree.
Given her timeless beauty and universal appeal, it’s no wonder Miss Dior snatched up Natalie Portman for the latest advertising strategy.
The “Black Swan” beauty is gorgeous in a black garment as she flashes her doe eyes at the camera while teasingly holding a bottle of the eau de parfum. Portman’s print ad comes just after the release of her short film for the French fashion house in which she plays a runaway bride.
Public opinion can make or break an actress, and after Natalie Portman's “Star Wars” prequels were critically panned, she found it hard to get her ducks in a row.
The “Garden State” gal told New York magazine that late director Mike Nichols helped her figure things out and essentially gave her another chance at a longstanding career in Tinseltown. Natalie explained, "'Star Wars' had come out around the time of 'Seagull,' and everyone thought I was a horrible actress. I was in the biggest-grossing movie of the decade, and no director wanted to work with me. Mike wrote a letter to Anthony Minghella and said, 'Put her in Cold Mountain, I vouch for her.'"