In case you didn’t already know, Natalie Portman is moving to Paris with her family! The actress is moving due to her French choreographer husband Benjamin Millepied‘s new job.
Although she’s not moving until later this year, the actress was in town for the premiere of her new film Thor: The Dark World.
Portman landed in the city of love after attending the world premiere of the film in London, and was accompanied by her adorable 2-year-old son Aleph.
Meanwhile, the 32-year-old claims that ”feminism is misinterpreted” in Hollywood because women’s roles are often “just a fantasy of a male writer”.
She said that female characters do not necessarily have to kick-butt in films so that they can keep up with men.
Just having a range of different ways women can be – whether it’s weak and strong, just being human and being real, and not just being some fantasy of a male writer – is more feminist than ‘she knows how to do kung fu’.
Commenting on why her character is a scientist rather than a nurse, Portman said:
The original comic books were written a few decades ago and obviously women are still wonderful nurses now, but they’ve also entered into different careers like astrophysics.
Thor: The Dark World opens up October 30. Launch the gallery to check out photos of Natalie and Aleph!