Having always been a fan of Ms. Natalie Portman, it comes as no surprise to me that the most talked about shots from My Blueberry Nights, a film that has seen no significant release since it made its worldwide debut at the Cannes Film Festival in May of 2007, would be of a curly blonde-haired Natalie — all sexied up and ready to give us what we need. Alright, so that last part may not be true, but Ms. Portman does look fantastic in the following shots, which we scored from our good friends at First Showing.

Also notable is the distinct color palette used in the film by director Kar Wai Wong. This is one of those films that has an aura about it, and that aura is of sensual intrigue. Add in Norah Jones in her first role as a leading lady and we’ve got ourselves a movie to watch out for. So when can you see My Blueberry Nights? It will begin its limited release here in the US on February 13, 2008. So if you are in one of those limited cities (I’m looking at you LA and NY), please make sure you head out and see it so that it can spread to the rest of the country — or else those of us in the midwest will be left with only these pictures:

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