Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Natalie Portman on the December 2018 Cover of Vanity Fair Magazine


We saw a lot of Natalie Portman recently as she promoted her new projects and she is the December 2018 cover star of Vanity Fair magazine. On the cover which was shot by Erik Madigan, Natalie is wearing CHRISTIAN DIOR SPRING 2019. In the issue, she talks the truth of Hollywood, her career and so much more. Continue below to read some excepts from her interview. For more on Natalie's feature, visit VanityFair.com and pick up a copy on newsstand.


Clothing by Rodarte; earrings by Harry Winston; necklace by Bulgari.


On not having any Hollywood friends until now:
I’ve been working for 25 years—I’ve never had friendships in my industry until now. You’re usually the [only] girl in the movie. It’s made us come together. We’re actively gathering. Just the power of us getting to know other women in our own industry and sharing information that can help us be safer, more productive, more successful.

On learning from the new generation:
There’s a lot I feel I get from the way this upcoming generation is viewing the world, like identity definition and self-presentation to the world—all of that stuff is so different. But we’d like to give them the stuff that we have.

On what's going on in the world now:
Does anyone care about anything? It’s just constant, you know? Acts of violence are put in the same breath as a pop star’s breakup! Who cares about anything anymore? Our president literally had an affair with a porn star and no one cares.

On her early career:
I was very lucky that what I was cast in wasn’t anything deliberate—serious adult fare and not child-appropriate things. But I feel like I totally ended up in female tropes, like Lolita. And clearly I was part of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl coining. I find it very upsetting to be part of that.




Dress by Miu Miu; shoes by Stella McCartney; tights by We Love Colors; earrings by Harry Winston.


Credit: Vanity Fair


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