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Natalie Portman is in a Hamlet Hurry

Natalie Portman is in a Hamlet Hurry

Natalie Portman doesn’t stop on the red carpet and rushes into the the Broadway opening night of Hamlet at the Broadhurst Theatre on Tuesday (October 6) in New York City.

The 28-year-old actress, who wore a wore an ink blue Ferragamo double-breasted jacket with puff sleeves, came out to support Jude Law (her co-star in the 2004 drama romance Closer).

Also spotted in the audience: Barbara Walters, Gossip Girl‘s Ed Westwick, True Blood star Rutina Wesley, former Frasier star David Hyde Pierce, former Alias star Victor Garber, and director Sam Mendes (Kate Winslet‘s husband).

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88 Responses to “Natalie Portman is in a Hamlet Hurry”

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  1. 1
    vinnyblue Says:

    nice to see Nat here.
    I know she will come to support her friend, Jude.

    I saw HAMLET couple weeks ago. Jude Law was fantastic.
    I had great night.

  2. 2
    voe Says:

    Love the Ferragamo jacket she has on.

  3. 3
    lisa Says:

    She looks so elegant and classy, as always.

  4. 4
    le solei Says:

    Her smile is radiant. What a beauty and talent.

  5. 5
    marie Says:

    i lost all respect for her after she signed the petition to free Roman Polanski

  6. 6
    dundies Says:

    this is the same dumb *** who wanted to free polanski

  7. 7
    michaela Says:

    The Polanski petition sunk it for me. see ya Nat

  8. 8
    kroq Says:

    Ugh, love her. What’s up with her love life? She’s been single for about a year now. Unless she’s hiding her boyfriend.

  9. 9
    ray Says:

    @ marie
    you don’t know the details of the case, Polanski made a deal with the judge and plead guilty without trial and that same judge backed our of deal after the plea, now the judge is dead. What is judge did is outrageous. I don not condemn rape, but deal is a deal and the authorities should honor it now too. Portman was right to sign it.

  10. 10
    rina Says:

    Love her make up, so light and natural and complementing. I hate when girls put a ton of heavy eyeliner around their eyes and change the shape of the eye beyond recognition, so you can’t help but think that they must look awful without eye make up. Natalie is a natural beauty.

  11. 11
    rachel Says:

    Glad to see Natalie finally, she is so beautiful and talented. Go Nat.

  12. 12
    kroq Says:

    She should’t have signed that petition no matter what.

    However, it doesn’t make her Satan’s spawn. Her involvement with the many humanitarian projects she promotes far outweighs her association with Polanski.

    If I were to boycott every celebrity whose principles I don’t agree with, there wouldn’t be many left for me to support.

  13. 13
    Gasol16 Says:

    OH!!! How beautiful she looks!! I love her swing coat paired with her skinny jeans. She is always classic and beautiful! Please JJ! This is the woman to have all kinds of threads on. She deserves it! Not Bilpoo!

  14. 14
    framed Says:

    @12
    Polanski was framed, many people would take the deal from the judge to make the problems go away. He may have won in court if he did not plea guilty getting framed by the judge. Portman was right to sing the petition. What kind of justice is this if the authorities make a promise and after you sigh go back on it. BTW, the victim is not cooperating with prosecution.

  15. 15
    dundies Says:

    re: kroq

    that was a disgusting comment you made. NO, humanitarian projects do not dismiss or outweigh the fact she stands behind the man who raped a 13 year old girl and fled the country like a coward. I’ll pray for you

  16. 16
    jessica Says:

    @13
    Who the hell is Bilpoo?
    Natalie is number 4 most profitable actress in Hollywood right before Meryl Street who is number 5. Not Bad!

  17. 17
    @15 Says:

    If the judge did not offer the deal to Polanski, he would have never admitted to rape and you would never knows that he did it. Polanski would have denied it. So bug off. It was 30 years ago and the victim settled for money and does not want to prosecute and Polanski had a deal with the authorities which must be honored. The matter is not about rape anymore, it is about justice. People commit murder and serve time and are forgiven, the guy was on the run for 30 years, he served his time. Leave him alone. Go after terrorists and murderers, not movie directors who are no longer a threat to anyone. We don’t know if he raped this girl, we don’t know exactly what happened.

  18. 18
    anonymous Says:

    Celebs are not above the law and it shows karma really is a pain for Polanski. Portman signing up for him is so disgusting and she’s not so smart after all.

  19. 19
    jessalyn Says:

    Living in France for 30 years is not ‘serving time’. A judge doesn’t have to honour any agreement made by defence and prosecution, that is the American justice system. He confessed to raping a 13 year old girl, and No it’s not ok for him to be free because it was a really long time ago. He raped a 13 year old, I can’t even begin to comprehend what goes through people’s minds that make this ok.

  20. 20
    @19 Says:

    You are absolutely wrong. They made a deal, the deal must be honored, otherwise, there is no guilty plea. He would not have said he did it if he was not offered something. If the deal does not stand, than the plea does not stand. PERIOD. You can’t have prosecutions going around making deals and than backing out. That is framing people. What kind of justice is this? They must honor the deal, otherwise, he is not guilty. He could have been tried and exonerated by now, instead, he was on the run all his life. The victim wants nothing to do with this and he is no longer a threat.

  21. 21
    kroq Says:

    @ dundies
    I don’t condone rape, and like I wrote, I do not agree with her stance. She should not have signed the petition. Art does not excuse rape nor is it above the law.
    I just don’t agree with the mentality that anyone who signed that petition should be vilified. Portman is by no means an immaculate human being, but her support for Polanski doesn’t nulligy the other good things she promotes in this world. Does it taint her? Sure. Is it hypocritical? Sure. Am I just as evil for being nonchalant about this issue? Well crucify me.

  22. 22
    Anakin Says:

    @jessica:

    Mainly due to the SW movies, after that she really hasn’t done anything profitable, and I’m a big fan of hers.

  23. 23
    dundies Says:

    wheres the justice in running? you sir are just as cowardly as Polanski

  24. 24
    @Anakin Says:

    Check the numbers for V for Vendetta and her other films. They don’t base their numbers on one movie but on all of them.

  25. 25
    dundies Says:

    @ kroq

    i agree completely

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