Here is your first look at Natalie Portman’s upcoming performance as Jackie Kennedy. The trailer largely consists of lingering, vaguely unnerving shots of the actress as the iconic first lady paired with Richard Burton singing the finale to the musical Camelot. Lay it on me, Hollywood.
Because there’s never enough Kennedy content.
When Camelot meets Craigslist: Some Kennedy seeks summer deck hand in Hyannis Port. You will "almost certainly deal with an owl."
The Kennedy family has eight hours of tape made by Jackie just months after JFK's death. To hear some outlets tell it, the tapes include the former First Lady's conspiracy theories about the assassination and tales of her own extramarital affairs. Others say they're not as salacious. We're about to find out.
What's so objectionable about The Kennedys that the family felt it must be pulled from TV? For starters, Joe Sr. fondles a secretary in front of his sons, bribes Jackie, and smashes a crucifix — all in the first episode!
Two articles today ask whether Caroline Kennedy was the victim of double standards. Why yes, she was: the Camelot standard!
Long before Ted Kennedy endorsed him for president, I've been telling anyone who'll listen that I think that Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are the contemporary version of Camelot: Barack with his ability to connect with younger generations and inspire hope; Michelle with her formidable intelligence and…