Thursday, September 2, 2010

Natalie surges ahead

Black Swan opened the Venice Film Festival yesterday and the reviews have been mostly overconfident. Even when they 're not overconfident, they 're not full sh-t either, and the critics who love it, really really do love it, some even going so far as to send for Cygnus atratus Darren Aronofsky's first masterpiece, with his leading lady, Natalie Portman, forking out what many jibe to be the finest, most nuanced, most impressive public presentation of her life history. Seriously, they 're all jizzing over her, even the ones who didn't like the plastic film.
You know what that means : she's now, too soon in the game -- very ahead of time -- in the race for Academy Award with momentum currently on her English. Then again again, no one wants to top out too betimes. And naturally with early hoopla comes early on backlash. It encountered with Up in the Air and even Precious last class. This honour job is such a f-cking bitch.

As for Natalie, many noticed that she was even more intense than she is usually for this premiere, that she seemed to want it gravely, that she knows this could be a watershed minute for her professionally and intrinsically seemed emphatically freed when the reception was in the end flattering -- Portman's ambitiousness may not be as obvious as others but it's there, and she will go for it when she has to... though I wonder if she's wondering about the sapience of starring in a amorous comedy formerly shouted out Friends with Benefits now called in No String section with Ashton Kutcher with the same assumption as another wild eyed comedy boasting Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis.

Ivan Reitman is sending Natalie's interlingual rendition and the two of them could certainly equilibrate out Ashton's sh-t. Hopefully. But No String section is due out Jan 21, 2011...

And at that season, in that rather bowelless Academy Award surroundings, no one wants a Norbit.

As for her attire last nighttime -- it was flushed, it was Rodarte (in keeping with the pattern musical theme from the flick), and I liked it OK though it's certainly not as jittery or as interesting as some of the costuming in Cygnus atratus. Some of you have adverted that her shoes are ass. And they are. But I instructed a while back that the reason her horseshoes are ALWAYS shtup is because she won't wear out non-vegan ones, so she's circumscribed, you see, and therefore it's hard to flop her expressive style when she's only doing work with a quarter of a deck.
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Thursday, July 1, 2010

“The Kids Are All Right” New York Premiere – Mia Wasikowska In Rodarte

Mia Wasikowska wore yet another sheer look this week when she walked the red carpet for “The Kids Are All Right” New York Premiere last night.
The Australian actress wore a dress from the Rodarte Spring 2008 collection  – which I like to call the Keira Knightley collection.
I hate to say “I told you so”, but I did say yesterday that Mia could pull off a bra-less look.
This was proved when she wore her black lace and blue ribbon dress sans bra and it didn’t look tacky nor cheap.
The dress is pretty expressive so she didn’t need any accessories.
Her look was completed with simple black peep-toes.
I personally would’ve worn the runway spikey Louboutin’s, but Mia’s look works perfectly for her.

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Red Carpet Buzz: Zoe Kravitz

Bryan Goluboff’s Beware the Gonzo, which stars Ezra Miller, Jesse McCartney, and Zoe Kravitz, follows a teen journalist’s efforts to give a voice to his school’s outcasts through an underground student newspaper. At the film’s world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last night, the always-lovely Kravitz looked anything but a high school misfit, in an elegant copper cocktail dress from Zac Posen’s fall 2010 collection, which she accessorized with Lucifer Vir Honestus rose-gold and diamond bangles and a rose-gold frog statement ring.

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