Natalie Portman gave off some severe ‘Black Swan’ vibes in a shocking black, one-shoulder gown on the pink carpet at TIFF on Sept. 11.
Nina Sayers, is that you just? Natalie Portman, 38, seemingly channeled her Black Swan character on the pink carpet on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Pageant on Sept. 11, carrying a beautiful one-shoulder, black lace gown on the premiere of her new movie, Lucy In The Sky. The mother-of-two regarded gorgeous in her body-skimming floor-length robe that featured a full skirt and an attractive, stylish lace bodice that confirmed off a black bra, in addition to the actress’ killer waist. Natalie stored her hair easy, pulling it again to point out off her stunning face. She completed off her pink carpet look with a sultry cat eye, nude lips, and glowing pores and skin, and added a pop of coloration to her ensemble with a clear, darkish pink manicure.
The remainder of the forged of Lucy In The Sky joined Natalie on the pink carpet for the premiere of the highly-anticipated sci-fi drama about an astronaut (Portman) who returns to Earth from a mission the place she had a “transcendent experience” and subsequently begins to lose contact with actuality. Natalie stars within the film, which hits theaters all over the place on Oct. 4, alongside A-listers Jon Hamm, 48, Zazie Beetz, 28, and Ellen Burstyn, 86.
Though Lucy within the Sky hasn’t generated a lot Oscar buzz but, Black Swan was nominated for five Academy Awards in 2011, together with Greatest Image, Greatest Director, Greatest Cinematography, Greatest Movie Enhancing, and Greatest Actress, which she gained. In her acceptance speech, Natalie, who was pregnant along with her first little one, thanked her husband, Benjamin Millepied, 42, who served as choreographer for the movie. “So many individuals helped me put together for this position. Mary Helen Bowers spent a 12 months with me, coaching me,” she stated. “Michelle Rodriguez, and Kurt Froman, and Olga Kostritzky, Marina Stavitskaya, and my stunning love, Benjamin Millepied, who choreographed the movie and has now given me my most vital position of my life.”