The actor previously said on the Graham Norton Show: 'I knew right then that I really wanted to be with her and I knew I wanted to be with her in a different way to all the other many, many, many women I had been with up until that point. I made the right choice.'The first episode of the third series of the award-winning Fargo, which aired in April, sees the loved-up duo Nikki and Ray kissing and cuddling while naked in a bath together.

Regardless, one of the best lines in John Hodge’s screenplay arrives with Shalhoub, who delivers it with perfect, bewildered understatement: “Look at yourself. Not even the charisma offered by its two leads serves as an anchor.

It also has the rare distinction of containing a Holly Hunter performance so bewilderingly over the top that it makes it hard to remember why she ever won an Oscar, but that can be remedied by watching nearly any other Holly Hunter performance.

My soul has a lot of different facets and it needs a lot of different men.'Cameron formed a close bond with her co-star Kate Upton on the set of The Other Woman and she showed the Sports Illustrated model how to be a 'proper adult' when she celebrated her 21st birthday last June.

co-stars Jude Law and Cameron Diaz dine with friends at Maestro’s Steakhouse in Los Angeles on Sunday. Jude‘s rep has dismissed reports he is romancing Cameron, insisting they are “just friends.” The pair was accompanied by Angelina Jolie‘s ex-hubby Jonny Lee Miller.

Had Boyle made a dazzling mess, that would be one thing, but this thing borders on incoherent, and while there’s still some of the visual daring that made (and many of Boyle’s later films) such gems, there’s precious little to write home about. This writer’s friend summed up the unexpected delight in the film’s final act thusly: “It’s just an OK movie at best, and then Tony Shalhoub shows up, and it’s all worth it.” Exaggeration? The issue of whether or not she’s your type is not one that you’re likely to have to resolve in this world, or indeed the next, since she will be going to some heaven for glamorous pussy, and you will be cleaning the floor of a diner in hell.” That it’s also the most sense anyone in the whole film makes is just a bonus. As anyone who cable-surfs on the weekends can tell you, these films have their moments, and it’s all too easy to suddenly realize you’ve watched more than half of is just okay at best and sexless and boring at worst. Make the mistake of killing time with this movie for a few minutes and odds are good it’ll still be on an hour later. That’s not to say it’s without its merits — the powers of Boyle, Hodge, and producer Andrew Macdonald are not to be denied — but it’s neither coherent enough to float along inoffensively, nor daring enough to justify such a sloppy narrative.

It’s not just a mess; it’s a dull mess, one that even the charms of Diaz and Mc Gregor can’t save. Perhaps just a little, but what is life without hyperbole? Every few scenes something sparks, but before long it’s washed away by whatever new piece of nonsense arrives.

Location, Location, Location: Sadly, there’s precious little to report here.

After Robert (Mc Gregor) absconds with Celine (Diaz), they hide out in the woods of California.

Married Ewan Mc Gregor was said to be spotted kissing his Fargo co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, in images obtained by The Sun.

The duo, who filmed a racy nude love scene in a bath for their on-screen romance in the most recent series of the show, were reportedly seen getting close during a meeting at The Good Life Eatery in London's St. The father-of-four, 46, closed his eyes as he leaned in to share the intimate moment with Mary, 32, as sources told the publication they were 'relaxed in each other's company'.

Sharing a photo of her kissing her Texan film director ex on the cheek on Instagram in May, the actress wrote in the caption: 'We've decided to move on from our marriage, but we will stay best friends and collaborators for all our days.' 'We are still ride or die, just in a different way now.