Still in New York

There was a sighting apparently in France yesterday, but that was wrong, as we now have picture proof Natalie is still in NYC

Oh, look who came to last night’s @tertulianyc @hardingsnyc. ‪#‎natalieportman‬ ‪#‎tertulianyc‬ ‪#‎celebritysighting‬

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Natalie Planning for Baby #2?

Pinch of salt time, but TBH I can see this happening once they move as the article states they will be there for at least 2 years, and without the paparazzi over them all the time, it would be an ideal time really

Make way for baby number two! According to sources Natalie Portman and husband Benjamin Millepied are “currently trying to have a second child, and have told their closest friends that Natalie has decided now is the best time to add to the family…and she usually has the final say.” The couple that have been married for two years and already have a three year-old son, Aleph “have taken the time to enjoy their early family and figure out how to balance work and a young child.”

Portman, 32 and Millepied, 37 are currently living in Paris as he is preparing to take over Brigitte Lefèvre as the director of dance at the Paris Opera Ballet. “Natalie has told friends that his residency should be about two years and since he will be working steadily and they will have more privacy overseas it is a much better time to have their next baby.”

Natalie Portman baby number 2 | NaughtyButNiceRob.

Nicolas Cage’s ‘Outcast’ Pulled From Release in China

Producer is baffled why the planned debut of the co-production was halted last-minute

Production and sales company Arclight Films’ 12th century war romance Outcast, featuring Nicolas Cage and Hayden Christensen and directed by Nick Powell, has been pulled from a wide release in China just hours before it was due to start screening.

Australian-U.S. firm Arclight Films was one of the main companies involved in the project, and a representative said on Friday they were puzzled as to why distributor Yunnan Film Group (YFG) called off the day-and-date release last-minute.

“We have no idea why it was pulled. We were advised in the middle of the night and locked down to an Asian day-and-date. All our strategies are up in the air, and we are trying to get to the bottom of this,” said producer Mike Gabrawy, who was in Beijing for the opening.

The movie was poised for a wide release in China, but YFG told Arclight that it was not going ahead. It wasn’t immediately clear if the movie would be released in China down the line.

Nicolas Cage's 'Outcast' Pulled From Release in China.