Natalie Portman in Watercolor Pink on 'The Other Woman' Poster

December 27, 2010
Source: Vulture

Natalie Portman - The Other Woman

I'm not sure if it was mere coincidence or coordinated publicity (I'm thinking the latter) that this new poster with Natalie Portman on it was released the same day as the surprising news that Portman (in real life) is pregnant and engaged to her choreographer from Black Swan. But that's gossip and we don't care too much, so onto the real story. Vulture has debuted an official poster for The Other Woman, that some of you will probably recognize from it's previous title, Love and Other Impossible Pursuits. Not only does Portman star in the film, it's one of the first produced by her at her company Handsomecharlie Films. Check it out below!

The Other Woman Poster

The Other Woman is written and directed by Don Roos (Bounce, Happy Endings, "Web Therapy"), based on Ayelet Waldman's novel Love and Other Impossible Pursuits. Portman plays Emilia Greenleaf, a lawyer who wins her married boss away from his wife (Lisa Kudrow), but must deal with the consequences including her newly acquired stepson and unexpected tragedy. This first premiered at the Toronto Film Fest back in 2009 but hasn't seen a release yet. We wrote a few weeks ago that IFC Films is finally bringing the film to limited theaters starting February 4th after a VOD debut after New Years. I'm sure we'll see the trailer soon, too.

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It's nice to see a heavily photoshopped image that doesn't just look like every other "clean" hollywood photoshop job

Paul on Dec 27, 2010


Off topic: Portman is preggers, so I wonder if she'll continue acting during her pregnancy? Poster is sorta lame.

Xerxex on Dec 27, 2010


xerxex - did you see what i had to say about kings speech? you wanted to know and i thought it was the best movie of the year - rush and firth were excellent as always. as far as the poster - DAMN, portman has a big head.

beavis on Dec 27, 2010


Yeah I did, definitely going to see it now. Can't wait!

Xerxex on Dec 27, 2010


not bad

A5J4DX on Dec 27, 2010


Natalie Portman is pregnant? Will definitely be a beautiful baby!

flash cards on Dec 27, 2010


and to a relative nobody flash.

Xerxex on Dec 27, 2010


I like the sound of this movie. Forgive me if I'm wrong, but Portman is pretty much the bad guy, right? I LOVE when a movie can paint a beautiful picture for characters who aren't exactly morally upstanding. Interesting shit.

Cracky on Dec 27, 2010


I love Portman and i can't wait to see her as Jane Foster in the upcoming Marvel movie, Thor. I like the idea of this movie and i am willing to see how the concept and the story will work out.

Fisherr on Dec 28, 2010


Quita a nice poster, but the two indentical watercolour edge stains on the lower right spoil it. Lazy copying? Another GD afraid of Corel Painter?

sleepykid on Dec 28, 2010


Ahem - lower left, of course.

sleepykid on Dec 28, 2010


I like how the movie originally called "Love and Other Impossible Pursuits" now has a tagline that reads "Love Makes Everything Possible". Sometimes Hollywood is worth hating.

Mouse on Dec 28, 2010


Cool concept. Still looks digital and bad.

ryderup on Dec 29, 2010

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