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
These days all it takes is a camera phone and an Instagram account to cause all kinds of problems for out-of-control celebrities, and Natalie Portman says she’s glad that wasn’t the case when she was a more rebellious starlet.
In her interview with Marie Claire UK magazine, the “Garden State” gal confesses, “I was in that lucky window: there was no Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. I went out and got drunk with my friends and no one knew.”
The “Black Swan” star discusses the differences she’s observed while living in both Paris and the USA- “It’s magical. But the cultures are different in ways you don’t even realize. And there’s stuff you don’t know you’ll miss until you’re away. Like indoor gyms where kids can just run around and jump. They don’t have those there. [In Paris] if you’re running around on the playground chasing your kid and playing a game, people think you’re nuts.”
These days she has a successful acting career and a loving family but Natalie Portman hit a rough patch when she tried her hand at college sixteen years ago.
The “Garden State” dame spoke at Harvard College’s Class Day on Wednesday (May 27), telling students, "When I came in as a freshman in 1999, I felt like there had been some mistake. That I wasn't smart enough to be in this company, that every time I opened my mouth, I would have to prove that I wasn't just a dumb actress."
As one of the most beloved First Ladies in our nation’s history, Jackie Kennedy has received a plethora of attention over the years. And now Natalie Portman will play the iconic figure in the upcoming film “Jackie.”
Under the direction of Pablo Larrain, the “Garden State” starlet will portray Mrs. Kennedy during the four days following her husband President John F Kennedy’s assassination.
In her cover story for the May 15th issue, the “Garden State” gal explains, “The statues are literally like gold men. This is literally worshiping gold idols- if you worship it. That’s why it’s not displayed on the wall. It’s a false idol.”
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.