Feeling a bit camera shy, a covered up Natalie Portman hit up her local dry cleaners in Hollywood, California this afternoon (May 25).
Dressed in a flowing white top, red jeans and black sneakers, the “Black Swan” star did her best to hide behind her clothes for washing before heading inside the shop to drop off.
In career news, Miss Portman recently signed on for the Lynne Ramsay-directed western film, “Jane Got a Gun.”
According to Cinema Blend, Natalie will play “a married woman who is forced to make some tough choices after her outlaw husband returns to their family farm bullet-ridden and half-dead thanks to his mutinous gang. As his former criminal colleagues close in for the kill, she must ask for help from her former lover to help defend her farm, home and husband.”
The project is currently in the midst of a massive bidding war in Cannes, as several foreign backers are looking to stake their claim in the movie.
Ready for a fabulous night saluting Hollywood’s finest movie-makers, Jennifer Aniston turned up for the 64th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in Hollywood, California on Saturday evening (January 28).
he “Marley & Me” beauty looked breathtaking in a Dolce&Gabbana LBD as she and boyfriend Justin Theroux worked the arrivals area at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland before grabbing up their primo seat ahead of the swanky ceremony.
As for the reason behind the appearance, Miss Aniston is among the esteemed nominees this year – as she, Demi Moore, Penelope Spheeris, Alicia Keys and Patty Jenkins are in the running for Movies for Television and Mini-Series for their collaborative effort on Lifetime’s “Five”.
Talking about the elite competition, Directors Guild of America President Taylor Hackford said, “The caliber of work being done on television these days is incredible, and our director nominees in each category are an indispensable element to the success of every project – establishing and enhancing the vision and tone, eliciting outstanding performances and furthering the narrative arc through their creative choices.”