That Natalie Portman sure is keeping busy with one badass schedule. In addition to the recent news that Portman will portray a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg (aka the Notorious R.B.G.) in On the Basis of Sex, the actress has also lined up another project: a French period ghost story titled Planetarium, in which she’ll co-star with Lily-Rose Depp, the daughter of — oh, like we need to tell you.

Per Variety, Portman and Depp will co-lead the period horror drama which centers on two spiritualist sisters in 1930s France who are able to communicate with ghosts, and who encounter a French producer while performing in Paris. The film will be directed by Rebecca Zlotowski (Grand Central) and based on a script Zlotowski wrote with Robin Campillo, who previously wrote the screenplay for The Returned (aka Les Revenants), the horror drama on which the acclaimed French miniseries (and the recent A&E series) was based.

In addition to its haunting tone, Planetarium will also carry some political subtext in relation to the modern extremist issues in Europe — the French producer character is inspired by real-life Jewish producer Bernard Natan, a prolific producer of the ‘20s and ‘30s, who later died at Auschwitz.

Up next, Portman will be premiering A Tale of Love and Darkness, a film she wrote, directed and stars in, this week at the Cannes film festival. She also stars in the long-awaited upcoming western drama Jane Got a Gun, which hits theaters this fall.