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Author Topic: Natalie Portman: From A(midala) to V  (Read 1047 times)


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Natalie Portman: From A(midala) to V
« on: March 13, 2006, 12:18:20 PM »
Natalie Portman is probably an actress who needs no introduction. After all, she'll probably forever be remembered by sci-fi fans for her role as Queen Amidala in George Lucas' "Star Wars" pre-logy and of course, being nominated for an Oscar never hurts.  Read full article on ComingSoon.  

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