Sometimes people get it right.
Natalie Portman won an Oscar for her histrionic performance as the feather-sprouting ballerina in “Black Swan.” It wasn’t the first time she’s been overrated.
Benjamin Millepied, incoming director of the Paris Opera Ballet, read a Twitter message from George Soros last night, quoting Jim Yong Kim, the president of the World Bank Group:
Steve Cohen’s art adviser and actress Natalie Portman browsed France’s biggest contemporary art fair as the event battled its London rivals for sales.
This post was co-authored with Melinda Marshall. In real life, as in the film Black Swan, Natalie Portman wants to...
“ No Strings Attached ” asks the pressing question: Can a man and a woman have a strictly sexual relationship without letting feelings mess things up?
Swiss watchmakers are devoting 2014 to convincing women like Mo Oshodi to covet timepieces the way she does her shoe collection.
Ballet as blood sport hardly begins to describe the audacious “Black Swan,” director Darren Aronofsky ’s fever dream of paranoia, artistry and toe shoes.
I have one sure-fire prediction for Sunday night’s Academy Awards telecast: Co-hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway won’t be cracking jokes about Charlie Sheen ’s substance abuse, Ashton Kutcher ’s love life or gay Scientologists.
Frustrated by the failure of diplomats to end the killings in Syria, activists are betting stars such as Natalie Portman and the Internet can be more effective.