Tarantino marries Israeli singer in ‘intimate’ ceremony


Quentin Tarantino has married his fiancee Daniella Pick in an "intimate" ceremony in Los Angeles attended by a "small group of family and friends".

The Reservoir Dogs director, 55, tied the knot with the Israeli singer and model, 35, at a private home on Wednesday, said People magazine, which got an official wedding photograph.

In the snap, the couple posed in front of a wall of white flowers, he wearing a black suit and the bride in a white Dana Harel gown with a sweetheart neckline, tiara and white veil and holding a bouquet of white roses.

Their reception, at Beverly Hills Chinese restaurant Mr Chow, will be followed by another party later on Thursday.

The writer-director met Ms Pick, who is the daughter of Israeli singer and songwriter Tzvika Pick, in 2009 while promoting Inglorious Basterds.

The pair got engaged in June 2017, after dating for about a year.

A few days before the wedding, Tarantino wrapped filming Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, his upcoming drama starring Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie due for release next June.

Some of his long-time movie collaborators were invited to the ceremony, E! News reported, quoting an insider.

Image: Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick at the 'Reservoir Dogs' 25th Anniversary Screening in 2017

"The ceremony was inside in front of a small group of family and friends including Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth and Eli Roth. There were only about 20 people and it was very intimate and private," the insider said.

The source said the ceremony last "about an hour".

Tarantino has never been married before, claiming he was too busy with work.

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In an interview with GQ, he said: "When I'm doing a movie, I'm not doing anything else… "It's all about the movie. I don't have a wife. I don't have a kid. Nothing can get in my way.

"I'm not saying that I'll never get married or have a kid before I'm 60. But I've made a choice, so far, to go on this road alone. Because this is my time. This is my time to make movies."

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