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Portman Readies for Re-Shoots of Third ‘Star Wars’
LOS ANGELES ( — Natalie Portman says she’s planning to do re-shoots for the third “Star Wars” movie beginning next month in London.
The actress, who portrays Padme, the wife of the future Darth Vader and mother to Luke Skywalker, says she’ll be happy to start a new project after finishing the yet-untitled third part of the six “Star Wars” films by George Lucas.
“It’s been like 10 years of my life from when I signed on to when it finally will come out,” Portman says. “And being 23, that’s really significant obviously. I mean, it is a huge portion of my life and I’ve met some amazing people and it’s been a really unique experience. So obviously, I look back on it and it obviously was part of forming who I am now and I am happy to start something new.”
Portman talked to in an interview Monday (July 19) about “Garden State,” an indie film starring and directed by Zach Braff from “Scrubs.” That film, coming out July 30, has been a film festival hit. She portrays an oddball girl in New Jersey who has a bizarre family and falls in love with Braff’s character.
Although she’s mostly recognized for her appearances in “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” and “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones,” she appreciates it when people recognize her smaller films.
“I appreciate when anyone ever is excited about any role,” Portman says. “Some people have a bit of snobbery about, ‘You should have seen this small artsy film I did instead of the big blockbuster’ but I think they all have their own values. I’m always equally flattered and really appreciate when people recognize me from anything.”
Although she’s unsure what she’s re-shooting, it’s a common thing to do for a big special effects film. Scheduled for release next May, she finished principal photography with co-stars Hayden Christensen and Ewan McGregor last year. The film has the usual Lucas veil of secrecy around it.
“I haven’t been told anything, so for all I know, it could be like walking or an insert shot of my hands, or it could be a whole new storyline,” Portman laughs. “So I will be as surprised as you are.”
Portman is a stickler about not autographing anything that is “Star Wars”-related unless it’s for a charitable cause, because if she signs a lot of items, it devalues things she’d give to charity. Portman graduated last year from Harvard after majoring in psychology, and also will be seen Dec. 2 in Mike Nichol’s drama “Closer” with Julia Roberts and Jude Law.
Also, Portman knows nothing about rumors that she is wanted for the role of Lois Lane in the next “Superman” film. “I know there’s rumors about it online because reporters keep asking about it but I don’t really know,” she tells Zap2it “I haven’t read it or anything.”