We didn’t hear much from Natalie Portman for a few years there, but the actor, producer and now writer/director is back in a big way. After “Knight of Cups” and “A Tale of Lover and Darkness,” her busy 2016 is set to continue with Rebecca Zlotowski’s “Planetarium,” which is se to premiere in Venice before stopping in Toronto as well. Find the film’s first poster below.
Lily-Rose Depp and Emmanuel Salinger co-star in the film, Zlotowski’s followup to “Belle Épine” and “Grand Central,” both of which were headlined by Léa Seydoux. “Planetarium” is the story of two sisters in 1930s France (Portman and Depp) who perform as spiritualists and catch the attention of a film producer.
Depp made her debut in Kevin Smith’s “Tusk” and also stars in the filmmaker’s “Yoga Hosers,” which premiered at Sundance. “Planetarium” does not yet have distribution in America, though that’s likely to change after the one-two punch of Venice and TIFF.