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- First-ever We Day California will bring together 16,000 students and teachers on March 26 - SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
LONDON, Feb. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Play.com, the online entertainment retailer, has announced that it is seeing a record sales boost on DVDs that feature this year's big name BAFTA nominees, such as James Franco, Natalie Portman and Colin Firth.
British actor Daniel Craig will star in the psychological thriller Dream House, Morgan Creek Productions said Friday. The announced was made by James G.
Actress Natalie Portman is attached to play the lead in Darren Aronofsky's ballet thriller Black Swan, The Hollywood Reporter said. Portman would play a veteran ballerina locked in a competitive situation with a rival dancer who could be real, a supernatural apparition or a hallucination, the entertainment industry trade newspaper said. If negotiations go well, Aronofsky could start shooting Swan with Portman as early as this year, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Actress Natalie Portman reportedly will play the love interest in the new comedy Your Highness that is to film in Northern Ireland this summer. The 27-year-old Israeli-American actress will serve as a warrior princess who garners the attention of actor Danny McBride's character, an arrogant and lazy prince forced to complete a quest in order to save his father's kingdom, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday. The movie, written by McBride and Ben Best, will also star actor James Franco and is to...
Filmmakers share their insight on the art and craft of filmmaking NEW YORK, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Natalie Portman and Chief Executive Officer Christine Aylward launched MakingOf.com (http://www.makingof.com), a behind-the-scenes Web portal that provides an intimate, fresh look into the process of creating entertainment by the insiders themselves.
Hollywood actress Natalie Portman and her folk-rocker beau Devendra Banhart are no longer a couple, a source told People magazine. The pair started dating shortly after Portman appeared in Banhart's "Carmensita" video last March.
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