Actress Bridget Fonda and composer Danny Elfman were married last weekend, Fonda’s publicist said Friday.
The wedding took place near Los Angeles, with the reception at a downtown restaurant, publicist Nancy Seltzer said. The newlyweds are on a two-week honeymoon.
Seltzer refused to offer further details.
Fonda, 39, whose film credits include “Single White Female,” “The Godfather: Part III” and “Jackie Brown,” is part of an acting dynasty that includes father Peter Fonda, aunt Jane Fonda and the late Henry Fonda, her grandfather.
Elfman, 50, the former frontman for the 80’s pop group Oingo Boingo, has composed scores for dozens of movies, including “Spider-Man,” “Mission: Impossible” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”