In August, the couple announced that they are expecting their first child.
By World Israel News Staff
Legendary filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and his Israeli wife Daniella Pick have leased a house in Israel, reports Globes.
According to the report, their 80,000 shekel per month, two-floor, 500-square-meter house is located close to Kikar Hamedina park in northern Tel Aviv.
Tarantino, 56, and Pick, 35, were first introduced to one another in 2009 when the director was promoting his film Inglourious Basterds in Israel, reported The Daily Mail at the time.
That was not the “Kill Bill” director’s first visit to Israel. He visited the country in 2016 to accept the lifetime achievement award for his contribution to cinema at the 33rd Jerusalem Film Festival.
“Thank you very, very much for making me feel so well at home, and I am having a fantastic time, may God bless you all,” he said during his acceptance speech.
For eight years the two dated on and off, and in June 2017 the couple were engaged. According to People, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman attended their engagement party.
Tarantino, who is not Jewish, and Pick were married by a Reform rabbi in Nov. 2018, reported Kveller at the time.
The “Pulp Fiction” director spoke about his married life in a recent interview with People.
“I can honestly say that my taking stock is different than it would have been three years ago, four years ago or even 10 years ago,” he told the entertainment magazine.
In August, the two announced that they are expecting their first child, reported multiple entertainment news outlets.
Pick starred in a minor role in Tarantino’s latest film, “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.”
Tarantino has been on the record many times saying that he plans on retiring after making a 10th movie.