Annihilation is the latest movie starring Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Oscar Isaac and Gina Rodriguez. Adapted from novelist Jeff VanderMeer’s best seller of the same name, Portman plays a biologist on a dangerous secret expedition where the laws of nature don’t apply…
There are a number reasons I want to watch this. 1.) Acting queen and all round smart woman, Natalie Portman. 2.) Alex Garland, writer and director of my favourite Alicia Vikander movie, Ex Machina (2015) – I’m still fantasising about a sequel that I know will very likely never happen.) 3.) This trailer is great! It made me so happy that I punctuated watching it with the words ‘Yeah baby!’ and the thought, ‘This is what I’ve been waiting for.’ I’m so ready. I just hope it isn’t too similar to Arrival (2016), a movie I’m still yet to watch.
Tessa Thompson, David Gyasi, Cosmo Jarvis and Sonoya Mizuno also star.
Celebrated filmmaker Terrence Malick has a new movie starring Natalie Portman, Rooney Mara, Michael Fassbender and Ryan Gosling. Song To Song is about two intersecting love triangles set against the music scene in Austin, Texas…
I want this to be great because I’m a fan of everyone involved. I especially want this to be better than Malick’s previous movie Knight Of Cups (2015), which I’m yet to see but I know the reception wasn’t great. On another note, I’m going to guess that both trailers were edited by the very same person, probably.
Natalie Portman is First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, a woman fighting through the pain of grief following the assassination of her husband…
I want to like the teaser trailer but I’m annoyed that I have no idea what she says at the end of the sentence ‘There was a…’ Trailer 1 is brilliant. So beautifuly put together. Well done, trailer maker.
My favourite Portman performance is still her great work in Black Swan (2010). Will that change after Jackie? I’m thinking not but we’ll see. I don’t really know much about Jackie Kennedy except that she was a style icon and her and her husband were much loved. I guess it’s time to learn.
Directed by Pablo Larraín; Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig and Billy Crudup also star.