Ace film maker Quentin Tarantino gets engaged to Israeli musician Daniela Pick

Oscar winning director and overall genius Quentin Tarantino, 54, has reportedly got engaged to girlfriend Daniela Pick.

Quentin Tarantino and fiance Daniela Pick. Image from Twitter.

Quentin Tarantino and fiance Daniela Pick. Image from Twitter.

This will be Tarantino's first marriage and the couple is reportedly very happy with the new development in their relationship.

The official New Beverly Cinema (owned by Tarantino) profile broke the news on Twitter on 2 July. The tweet had the link to a report by the Times of Israel.

Daniela, 33, is the daughter of veteran Israeli musician Svika Pick, who confirmed the news to Ynetnews.com, an Israeli news and general content website. Ynetnews.com also reported that Daniela and Tarantino got engaged on Friday night in Los Angeles.

Tarantino reportedly met his fiance when he was in Israel to promote Inglourious Basterds in 2009, with the two carrying on an on-again, off-again relationship.

"It's true. We're very happy and excited," Daniela told Ynetnews.com of the engagement rumours.

Tarantino is most known for his unending genius displayed in Hollywood classics such as Pulp Fiction, the Kill Bill movie franchise starring Uma Thurman, Django Unchained. These movies just form the tip of the iceberg.

His fiance Daniela Pick is a popular Israeli musician. "Yes, there's joy in our family. They got engaged yesterday, we wished them Mazal Tov," said Daniela's mother Svika, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Though Daniela and Tarantino first met and subsequently started seeing each other in 2009, it is reported that they reconnected sometime last year , although its unclear when as Tarantino was still dating The Hateful Eight costume designer Courtney Hoffman in December 2015. The couple was then seen together in Tel Aviv in January this year, according to a report by the LA Times.

— With inputs from IANS.


Published Date: Jul 02, 2017 05:24 pm | Updated Date: Jul 02, 2017 05:24 pm


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