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Cannes Buyers Swarm Natalie Portman’s ‘Jackie’

Amazon, Netflix, and other major buyers packed the Olympia theater in Cannes Thursday for a seven-minute promo screening of “Jackie,” directed by Pablo Larraín (“No”), written by Noah Oppenheim (“The Maze Runner”), and starring Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy.

Portman appears to have turned in a remarkably convincing portrayal of the former First Lady, nailing details like her delicate mannerisms and famously breathy voice. The movie has a grainy texture that’s reminiscent of the 1960’s, and includes actual film clips from 1963, which has the effect of blurring the lines between archival footage and reenactments.

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‘Beautiful Girls’ Screencaptures

Today’s Natalie Portman Archives gallery update is from another 1996 movie – Beautiful Girls. Check out over 370 high definition screencaptures of Natalie as Marty, a 13-year old with an old soul.

‘Mars Attacks!’ Screencaptures

I’ve added nearly 150 high definition screencaptures of Natalie in the 1996 movie Mars Attacks!

‘Where the Heart Is’ Screencaptures

Today’s update to the Natalie Portman Archives gallery is the addition of over 1400 DVD quality screencaptures from Natalie’s 2000 movie Where the Heart Is.

‘Cold Mountain’ Screencaptures

The Natalie Portman Archives gallery has been updated with over 200 high definition screencaptures from the 2003 movie Cold Mountain. Natalie’s role was relatively small but she gave a powerful performance as a young widowed mother who takes in Jude Law’s character for a night. You can read more about the movie on the information page here.

Natalie Portman: Five Best Moments

At the age of just 12, Natalie Portman was easily the best thing about Luc Besson’s powerful thriller Leon – and we’re talking about a film where Gary Oldman plays a Beethoven-obsessed junkie cop.

It was a star-making performance, with depth and genuine emotion, catapulting her into Hollywood and kicking off a career of mixed fortunes. She may have picked the wrong franchises (thankless roles in the Star Wars prequels and Thor films), but she’s won an Oscar and plaudits as both a producer and director.

This week sees the release of her troubled western Jane Got a Gun, which has gained more column inches for its tortured production than its quality (the Guardian’s Jordan Hoffman dismissed it as “dull”). But let’s remember fonder times and look back on the actor’s finest performances…

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