According to The Hollywood Reporter, Relativity is pushing back the release of Natalie’s Western ‘Jane Got a Gun’ from its original release date of August 29. A new release date has not yet been announced.
In his recent interview with Philly.com Joe Manganiello revealed that he made the final edit for Terrence Malick’s latest film, “Knight of Cups.” This indicates that Malick has completed work on the film, which perhaps hints a rumored Cannes premiere could be in the works. The line-up will be officially announced on April 17th, so now we just have to wait and see!
According to The Times of Israel, Natalie finished filming “A Tale of Love and Darkness,” her first directorial effort, and left Israel soon after for Paris, much to the dismay of her cast and crew.
“There’s a hole in my heart,” said actor Gilad Kahane. “It was my first film, but she’s such a wonderful director. She’s confident, she knows what she wants and she’s a great leader.”
“A Tale of Love and Darkness,” which was filmed in Hebrew, should reach movie theaters in about a year.
On Thursday the 20th of February K4P Jerusalem had the pleasure to welcome actress and activist Natalie Portman to its offices. She took a break from filming her directorial debut in Jerusalem to visit.
Co-director Mohammad Joulany introduced Natalie noting her work as an actress but choosing to focus on the many campaigns which she has led and or been a part of. The list was extensive and imparted on all those present the keen humanitarian spirit with which Natalie has used her star statues. Three young people from The Leadership Programme representing the three faiths presented a bouquet of flowers and then addressed Natalie directly focusing in what K4P means to them and what they have gained from their participation in the programme as well as acknowledging the challenges they face as young people living in Jerusalem. She then addressed the crowd with great humility and compassion speaking of the hope that young people brought to the region and the support she had for the ongoing work of the organisation. The floor was then open to ask Natalie direct questions, she spoke of cooperation and the human spirit, her love for Jerusalem and her intention to continue to visit the region. Co-director Rebecca Sullum then presented her with a Kids4Peace gift bag, including t-shirts for her husband and her son as a thank you and a momentum of her visit.