Entertainment Nathalie Delon, a French cinema legend, dies at 79

15:02  22 january  2021
15:02  22 january  2021 Source:   zeleb.es

PHOTO - Alain and Nathalie Delon: this last so moving photo

 PHOTO - Alain and Nathalie Delon: this last so moving photo © AGENCE / BESTIMAGE PHOTO - Alain and Nathalie Delon: this last so moving photo Nathalie Delon, the only wife of actor Alain Delon, died this January 21 from cancer. Ten days earlier, his son, Anthony Delon, had shared on Instagram a photograph of his two parents, very close. This is sad news shared by Anthony Delon, on his Instagram account, this January 21. The actor made it known on social networks that his mother, Nathalie Delon, had died at the age of 79 .

French actress Nathalie Delon posing during the Cannes Film Festival in 1993. Image Credit: AFP.

The French actress Nathalie Delon — once regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the world — died of cancer on Thursday, her son told AFP on Nathalie Delon would later have affairs with Hollywood actor Richard Burton and American singer Eddie Fisher — the father of “Star Wars” actress

'Morbius' is among a number of movies to have been delayed by Sony Pictures.

Jared Leto holding a sign posing for the camera: Morbius star Jared Leto © Bang Showbiz Morbius star Jared Leto

The studio has confirmed a number of changes to its release slate amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis with the Marvel Comics movie - which stars Jared Leto - seeing its October release shifted back to January 21, 2022.

Other films impacted include the video game adaptation 'Uncharted', the remake of 'Cinderella' starring Camila Cabello, 'Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway' and the hotly anticipated sequel 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife'.

'Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway' - which is based on Beatrix Potter's literary character - has been moved from April 2 to June 11. It is taking the slot previously held by 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife', which will now be released on November 11.

"Lioness to the end": the homage of Anouchka Delon to Nathalie Delon, her father's ex-wife, who died of cancer

 © SIPA "Lioness to the end": the tribute from Anouchka Delon to Nathalie Delon, the ex-wife of her father, who died of cancer The Delon clan is in mourning: the actress Nathalie Delon, ex-wife of Alain Delon and mother of Anthony Delon, died this Thursday, January 21 from pancreatic cancer at the age of 79. After multiple tributes, today it is Anouchka Delon's turn to send a message to the missing star. This Thursday, January 21, the sad news fell.

Although Nathalie Delon was the only woman the notorious womaniser ever married, she later admitted that Schneider haunted their relationship. Schneider died in 1982, less than a year after her 14-year-old son died after impaling himself accidently on a railing. Nathalie Delon said she quickly

Legendary French actor Alain Delon , 83, suffered a stroke a few weeks ago and is currently 'resting' in Switzerland, his son revealed yesterday. Anthony Delon said his father's vital functions were 'perfect and his condition stabilised, according to doctors'. The veteran performer, known for his roles in films

The musical re-imagination of 'Cinderella' is also shifting from February 5 to July 16 and will be released in place of 'Uncharted' – which has been put on hold until February 11, 2022.

Sony's announcement comes shortly after it was revealed that James Bond flick 'No Time To Die' would be delayed by another six months.

The 007 movie, which will be Daniel Craig's final appearance as the legendary spy, had already been pushed back twice due to the global health crisis and will now not hit screens until October 8, 2021.

It had initially slated for release in April 2020 before being pushed back to November 2020 and then again to April 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

A new poster for the film was shared to the official Twitter page for the movie and is captioned: "NO TIME TO DIE 8 October 2021."

"Frankenstein Junior", "The Lights of the City": films from François Morel's life .
© JOEL SAGET / AFP In the cinema program of Europe 1, "CLAP!", A guest lends himself each week in a cinema questionnaire on the films of his life. On Saturday, it was the comedian and author François Morel who answered Mathieu Charrier's questions. Every Saturday for an hour in CLAP !, the cinema specialist of Europe 1, Mathieu Charrier, takes a tour of the news of the seventh art.

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