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Of course, there’s the bigger-picture problem of why anyone had to make up a story at all. Renee doesn’t like people thinking fraud = secretly gay, but that doesn’t mean she’s going to tell you what she meant by ““Well, I’d said all I needed to say on that subject.
Actress Renée Zellweger is back on the big screen in "Bridget Jones's Baby" after a nearly six-year hiatus from Hollywood.
She recently chatted with “Extra’s” Terri Seymour in London, where the star opened up about her decision to take time away from Hollywood.
Her perfect body and fabulous sex appeal can make a huge change in the screen.
Her first major movie character came in the horror development Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation in 1994 which she followed with an unfavorably celebrated appearance in Empire Records in 1995.
Renée shared, “It was time, it was time, I wanted to do some other things that there’s not a lot of time for when you're caught up in the cycle of making films, 'cause they tend to overlap… it’s a pretty big commitment, it’s a happy fun commitment, but I wanted to learn some other things.
She added, “I did some pretty great things.” "Bridget Jones's Baby” was twelve years in the making with Renée saying, "It was a process.” Co-star Colin Firth added, “It’s like herding cats trying to get everybody in the right place at a certain time.” This time, Bridget is a career-driven single woman in her forties, caught in the "who’s the daddy?
Related: Renee Wrestles With Jimmy Fallon The actress looked happy and lovely in a strapless number with patterned skirt that revealed a toned leg, while her other half was handsome in a dark suit with his hair pulled back into a low pony.
Their tightly clasped hands were all we needed to see to know they're in love, but they also almost kissed at one point!
She has made her parents very proud of her and her successful life.
Her cute smile and certainly good looks can turn on any men at any certain time.
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