Brad Pitt’s new model girlfriend, Nicole Poturalski, sent the rumor mill into overdrive when she shared a cryptic quote amid his legal drama with ex-wife Angelina Jolie, but the catwalk queen clapped back at accusations she was throwing shade.
The multilingual stunner posted the eye-catching message on Tuesday, September 15. “Happy people don’t hate,” Nicole, 27, wrote as her caption next to photos showing her rocking an orange button-up dress with a taupe-colored bag.
“If so, then why you and Brad hate Angelina? Practice what you preach girl,” one social media user wrote, to which she replied, “Not hating anyone.”
Brad, 56, and the cover girl first sparked romance rumors when they were photographed landing at the Le Castellet Airport together in France on August 26, having reportedly traveled from the Los Angeles International Airport to Charles de Gaulle before making their final stop in a private jet.
The dynamic duo are still in the “early days” of their relationship, but they are “enjoying” getting to know each other, a source exclusively told In Touch. “Not only has Brad fallen for her beauty; Nicole is young, carefree, fun to be around and intelligent,” the insider said. “Brad feels Nicole is a breath of fresh air.”
In recent weeks, more drama has erupted between the Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood performer and his former spouse, 45.
The exes became legally divorced in April 2019 following their public split in 2016, but they have still yet to work out the details in their custody agreement for kids Maddox, 19, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 14, and Vivienne and Knox, both 12.
In August, the Maleficent actress filed court docs requesting to disqualify Judge John W. Ouderkirk in their custody trial. She claimed he “failed to disclose the cases that demonstrated the current, ongoing, repeat-customer relationship between the judge and Respondent’s counsel,” in court docs obtained by In Touch.
“The purpose of the disclosure requirement is to prevent not only actual bias, but even doubts about impartiality,” the papers read. In response, Brad’s lawyers claimed it was a “thinly veiled attempt” at slowing down the process. Their trial is scheduled to begin in October.
Although some fans have criticized Brad and his new leading lady for their 29-year age difference, it is “irrelevant” to the new couple, another source previously told In Touch. “Nicole is mature beyond her years, educated and well-traveled. They share a passion for the arts and have a ton in common.”
Bill Murray and Rashida Jones Make a Dynamic Comic Duo
In her new film “On the Rocks” — premiering at the New York Film Festival on its way to AppleTV+ in October — writer-director Sofia Coppola may well have crafted the quintessential Bill Murray role. But this is a father-daughter story, and the daughter is no less important; it helps, obviously, that both Coppola and Jones know a thing or two about larger-than-life dads, but it also matters that Jones is enough of a skilled actor and comic that she more than holds her own opposite the equally larger-than-life Murray.
Murray’s Felix is an old-school charmer, a deadpan wit, and a bon vivant, but he’s also an adoring father and grandfather, and he’s capable of accessing and acknowledging regret and loss. It would be a banquet for any actor, but the character has been so crafted for this particular performer that one suspects we will think of Murray’s work here alongside the likes of Bette Davis in “All About Eve.” It’s the kind of turn that encapsulates what an actor does best, dovetailed with audiences’ perceptions of what that actor is really like.
But “On the Rocks” is not Felix’s story: It’s about his daughter Laura (Jones), whose once-passionate marriage to Dean (Marlon Wayans) has become a day-to-day grind of raising two young daughters, scheduling vacations and ballet classes, and a walloping case of writer’s block as Laura attempts to start a new book. When Dean starts spending more time at the office and traveling for work, and clues that indicate infidelity start popping up — he’s got a gorgeous assistant named Fiona (Jessica Henwick, “Iron Fist”), whose toiletry case winds up in Dean’s suitcase — Laura grows suspicious.
When she airs those suspicions to Felix, of course, he goes into red alert. Having cheated on Laura’s mother (and being the kind of serial flirt who has a charming opening line for seemingly every woman he encounters) Felix immediately assumes the worst. To be fair, Felix’s charm extends to men as well; the way he talks two New York policemen into forgiving him for a moving violation and then giving his car a push is one for the ages.
Felix begins making inquiries about Dean’s comings and goings and even recruits Laura to join him on stakeouts. (He’s the kind of guy who brings caviar as a snack while spying.) But as Laura contemplates whether or not her husband is unfaithful, she also has to examine her own life, her priorities, and her relationship with her father.
Laura lives in the upscale Manhattan we know from Woody Allen and Whit Stillman movies; Coppola keeps the literary references to a minimum, but Felix’s career as an art dealer allows for some Cy Twombly and David Hockney name-drops. Even if this is a somewhat familiar brand of lifestyle porn, it’s not one we usually get to see populated by people of color; in the same way that HBO’s “Lovecraft Country” puts Black characters front-and-center in familiar horror and adventure tropes, this is the movie version of New York City (rendered with a glorious sheen by cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd, Coppola’s “The Beguiled”) with a cast of faces that more honestly reflects the real city — with the understanding, of course, that representation is not the same as revolution.
“On the Rocks” displays Coppola’s gift for light comedy, and not just because of Murray; Jones’s sense of timing is precise and often devastating, and Jenny Slate pops in periodically as a fellow school mom in a perpetual monologue about her love life. And it’s a film that finds perfect little moments between the sparkling dialogue, whether it’s Laura obsessively tidying her writing desk as a way to procrastinate or a slo-mo shot of a single tear falling into a martini as Chet Baker laments “I Get Along Without You Very Well.”
In the grander scheme of Coppola’s career, this qualifies as another tale of attractive rich people and their problems, but it’s admittedly exciting to see her make a film about a wife and mother who leaves her apartment. After a filmography so frequently focused on the lives of cloistered women — as far back as “Life Without Zoe” and as recently as “The Beguiled” — the auteur having Rashida Jones move freely about the city feels like a paradigm shift.
Jones and Murray (who previously teamed on Coppola’s “A Very Murray Christmas” special) achieve the kind of effortless rapport that spawns “I want them to go solve mysteries” memes, and the key ingredient of that chemistry is that Jones never allows Murray to steal the show.
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Superhero Bits: ‘WandaVision’ Release Date Rumors, New Details on ‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ & More
Can you bring your save data from Spider-Man on the PS4 over to the PS5? Want to see a more conservative design for Hulkbuster that was almost in Iron Man 3? Did you know that The Silver Surfer met Hank Hill from King of the Hill? What prank did Shazam! director David F. Sandberg play on fans? Could WandaVision premiere on Disney+ for Thanksgiving weekend? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.
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— The Boys (@TheBoysTV) September 21, 2020
The Boys released a new teaser for the next episode of the second season, and even more superheroes are coming.
Zack Snyder says The Snyder Cut fans raised over $250K for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
There are some snippets of upcoming Marvel Studios shows in this recent teaser for what’s coming to Disney+.
The Boys made a joke inspired by Joss Whedon doing the Justice League rewrites in “We Gotta Go Now.”.
Phil Saunders shared this small Hulkbuster design, originally created for Iron Man 3‘s house party protocol.
Insomniac Games confirmed gamers cannot transfer Marvel’s Spider-Man save data from the PS4 to the PS5.
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Enter ComingSoon’s Misbehaviour Giveaway from Shout! Studios!
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Shout! Studios has provided ComingSoon.net with 10 digital codes for the upcoming film Misbehaviour starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw (The Morning Show) and Keira Knightley (Pride and Prejudice), as well as 10 copies of Jennifer Hosten’s autobiography Miss World 1970: How I Entered a Pageant And Wound Up Making History. The winners (must be within the U.S.) will be picked at random by Thursday, September 24. All you have to do to win is email your name with the subject “MISBEHAVIOUR” to: [email protected]
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Misbehaviour boasts an all-star cast including Academy Award nominee Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game, Pride & Prejudice), BAFTA Film Award nominee Gugu Mbatha-Raw (The Morning Show, Black Mirror), BAFTA Film Award nominee Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, Judy), BAFTA TV Award nominee Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard, The Durrells), BAFTA Film Award winner Phyllis Logan (Downton Abbey, Secrets & Lies), Academy Award nominee Lesley Manville (Ordinary Love, Phantom Thread) BAFTA TV Award winner Rhys Ifans (The King’s Man, Notting Hill), and Academy Award nominee Greg Kinnear (Frankie, As Good as It Gets). A witty yet heartfelt film, Misbehaviour was directed by multiple BAFTA Award-winning director Philippa Lowthorpe and written by Rebecca Frayn and BAFTA Scotland Award nominee Gaby Chiappe.
In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favorite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.
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