Natalie Portman was scheduled to promote her upcoming film, Jane Got a Gun, in Paris on Sunday, ahead of its premiere on Monday. In light of the terrorist attacks in that city, both Sunday and Monday's events have been cancelled. All French television appearances have been called off as well.
Jane Got a Gun is scheduled to open in France--ahead of the rest of the world--on November 25. It's uncertain at this point if that date may now change.
— AP Entertainment (@APEntertainment) November 14, 2015
Natalie Portman previously shared her fear about living in Paris following January's terror attacks at the Charlie Hebdo offices. She told The Hollywood Reporter she was frightened about being Jewish living in Paris.
Natalie Portman and husband Benjamin Millepied moved to Paris earlier in 2015, as he took over the top position at the Paris Opera Ballet.
Musicians are cancelling concerts in Paris https://t.co/b8zK4yGGY6
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) November 14, 2015
Portman is best known for her role in The Black Swan, for which she won an Oscar.
In addition to Natalie Portmam, Jane Got a Gun also stars Ewan McGregor and Rodrigo Santoro.
Paris Movie Premieres With Natalie Portman, Steven Spielberg Canceled After Attacks https://t.co/27vBE9qcbD
— Gossip Cop (@GossipCop) November 15, 2015
Jane Got a Gun is just one of several premieres and performances planned for Paris that have been cancelled. The French premiere of Bridge of Spies, starring Tom Hanks was cancelled, as were concerts by U2 and the Foo Fighters.