Natalie Portman stepped out to the premiere of her film Lucy In The Sky wearing the most stunning little black dress that people everywhere will be trying to copy.
The long-time actor always has on-point red carpet style, and this event was no exception.
The 38-year-old flaunted her toned legs in the super short mini skirt. The two-piece Givenchy set looked like a dress, but was actually a bodysuit and skirt combo. This was the second black ensemble the Oscar-winner wore to promote her new film.
Based on true events, the astronaut film starring Portman, Jon Hamm, Zazie Beetz, and Dan Stevens is about an astronaut who loses touch with reality after her journey to space, and her intense desire to get back out there.
Portman, who has played plenty of space-based characters in the past, including Padmé Amidala in Star Wars, Jane in the Thor movies, and the upcoming first female version of the superhero, talked to Variety about what it meant to play a more non-fiction character.
The actor explained how difficult the spacesuit process was. “It was really complicated. I was shocked at how many people it required,” she said. “The real ones weigh like 300 pounds — of course, not the movie one — but it was interesting to inform the physicality. They have to be quite strong because even though it’s weightless in space, the force pressing against you is so extreme. It was really wild and exciting and kind of like a childhood dream come true.”
The film’s lead posed next to her costar, Hamm, and the film’s director Noah Hawley. Fans loved the look; and, one person commented, “You look absolutely stunning.” Obviously, Portman looked gorgeous at the premiere, but what fans will be blown away by is her acting abilities as Lucy Cola in the film. Lucy in the Sky released to theaters on October 4, but unfortunately has received mainly negative reviews.
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