[Chris] Well Natalie, I'm surprised, all this coming from a Harvard graduate? I'll kill your fuckin' dog for fun, so don't push me!) And I'll always pay for your dry-cleanin when my shit gets in your shoe (What!) And as for the drug use, well I can vouch for that My dick is scared of you, guuurlll [Chris] Natalie, one final question: if you could steal a smooch from any guy in Hollywood who would it- [Chair slam] [Natalie] No more questions [Outro beat] [Natalie] What!While Natalie Portman has spent most of her life on the silver screen, she’s also been known to dabble in the short-form world as well.And since Portman is something of a musical muse for artists (there’s more than one song named after her), she’s had her share of screen time in music videos.
Collaborators on the album include T-Pain, Norah Jones, Jack Black, E-40, Julian Casablancas, Sly & Robbie, DJ Nu-Mark, J-Zone, Natalie Portman, Chris Parnell, and Justin Timberlake.
The Cold Opening is a Message from President George W.
Bush(Will Forte) who addresses the public on issues of secret White House activity and Vice-President Dick Cheney's(Darrell Hammond) hunting accident.
On Monday, James Blake unveiled his latest, beautifully shot visual, which features a very pregnant Portman swimming in unknown waters and exploring motherhood.
Before we dive into Portman’s newest music video, let’s go back in time and relive her other musical clips: World Patrol Kids - “Kids Can Change the World” (1991)Portman went back to black-and-white (like “Natalie’s Rap” and “My Valentine”) for the cinematic “My Willing Heart” video, directed by Anna Rose Holmer.