Natalie Portman Offered First Film Role Since Baby
The Oscar winner is reportedly in informal talks to play an immortal woman in the indie drama Adaline
Natalie Portman may soon be a working mom.
A rep for Portman says she turned down the role, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The film follows the story of a woman who was born at the turn of the 20th century but does not age since being in an accident. After living her life alone, she meets a man that may be worth giving up her immortality.
Portman, 30, won an Academy Award last year for her role as a mentally unstable ballerina in Black Swan – and met her choreographer fiancé Benjamin Millepied while working on the film.