Kate Bosworth Says Working With Robert De Niro and John Travolta Was the Highlight of 2014

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Kate Bosworth says working with Robert De Niro and John Travolta was the highlight of her year.

In a recent interview with E! Online, the 31-year-old actress said working with the actors made 2014 extra special.

"I'm feeling blessed with so much work!," said Bosworth. "I just wrapped two films back to back: Life on the Line with John Travolta and Bus 657 with Robert De Niro. It doesn't get better than these greats and I felt fortunate for every moment to learn from them."

Life on the Line is an indie drama which centers on “a crew of eccentric linemen who do the dangerous high-wire work of fixing the electrical grid, struggle to hold on to the women they love, until a massive storm threatens to rip their lives apart.”

Bus 657, which also stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Gina Carano and Dave Bautista, "centers on a father (Morgan) without the means to pay for his daughter’s medical treatment. As a last resort, he partners with a greedy co-worker (Bautista) to rob a casino and the two hijack a bus full of hostages and things go awry. De Niro will play Frank 'The Pope,' owner of the casino, and Bosworth plays his estranged daughter. Carano is a policewoman in pursuit of the hijacked bus," according to Deadline.

Meanwhile, Bosworth is busy promoting her new shoe collection in collaboration with the brand Matisse and shared her creative process with E! Online.

"I have always been attracted to fashion that is transitional, meaning designs that carry a woman from season to season, from day to night. That was a significant part of the thought process for this collection. I wanted to think about footwear that is directional and also comfortable. This is also very much in line with the Matisse customer: You can wear the "Charlotte" star boots with jeans for a more casual, classical approach or pair them with a skirt or dress for a trendier look," the actress told E!.

"I feel footwear should be able to transcend one look—it should also be functional in a sense that a woman can wear a style in many different ways. This is the type of footwear that exists in my own wardrobe, items that I feel confident investing in."

The collection, which will be available in Spring 2015, features 10 different styles of boots, clogs, sandals and mules.

Pam Wright