Natalie Portman is all smiles while celebrating The New York Times Magazine’s 2016 Great Performers Issue at an event held at Neuehouse on Thursday (December 8) in Los Angeles.
The 35-year-old pregnantJackie star was joined by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Don Cheadle and Jake Silverstein at the event held in celebration of the issue, which features the year’s best actors – as chosen by Times film critic A.O. Scott and critic at large Wesley Morris – channeling classic film-noir looks and scenarios for a series of photographs and virtual reality films all shot amid the bright sun and deep shadows of Los Angeles.
That same evening, Natalie stopped by the 2016 Vulture Awards Season Party held at the Sunset Tower Hotel.
Chris Pine and Ben Foster look like the ultimate duo as they strike a pose together at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle‘s celebration of the 2017 Golden Globe Awards Season held at Catch LA on Thursday (November 10) in West Hollywood, Calif.
Emilia Clarke and Kate Walsh are red carpet beauties while arriving for the 2016 BBC America BAFTA Los Angeles TV Tea Party held at The London Hotel on Saturday evening (September 17) in West Hollywood, Calif.
Meryl recently opened up about her and Hugh‘s love in the film and how it should not be dismissed in spite of the infidelities.
“I think especially, peering into other people’s relationships, it’s almost always not what you think it is from the outside, and I think it’s an accurate portrayal of realistic, delusional love,” Meryl explained (via CBS News). “It’s realistic because it is what it is and there is illusion and they both prop up… in this bubble of happiness.”
“I mean one of the genius things that Stephen did that’s embedded in the film is even in the margins, you feel the warmth,” Meryl added. “There’s so many analogies to now, figuring out what makes life worth living. Love and art, as far as I’m concerned, is right smack in the middle. So the compromises that people make to keep their happiness intact — I think that’s all in the service of good.”