Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan star John Krasinski said he could not keep away from wife, British actress Emily Blunt, and their daughters while shooting the Amazon show. He told PEOPLE: “Family for me, it’s a non-negotiable thing.
- Published 6.09.18
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan star John Krasinski said he could not keep away from wife, British actress Emily Blunt, and their daughters while shooting the Amazon show. He told PEOPLE: “Family for me, it’s a non-negotiable thing.” The actor, 38, added: “So if I’m honest, I was shooting 6,000 miles away from them, and I flew back every single weekend.” That meant travelling from Montreal to London and back — since Blunt was working on her own big-budget project at the time. “Emily was shooting a little indie movie called Mary Poppins,” Krasinski quipped. “So they were with her, and we always set up a base, and I always want the base to be with their mom, and I’ll do the flight time.”
Govinda’s next film, Fryday, is set to hit theatres on October 12. The 54-year-old actor recently shared the news on microblogging site Twitter along with a poster of the film. “Kickstart this Janmashtami with me and my saala, @varunsharma90! Maza hoga dugna with #FRYDAY, releasing 12th October 2018! @abhishekdograa @InboxPictures @DiganganaS #GovindaAalaRe,” he tweeted. PTI
British actor Ewan McGregor’s daughter learned of his romance with Fargo co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead through The Sun On Sunday’s picture. Clara McGregor was told by her dad and production designer mother, Eve Mavrakis, that their 22-year marriage had broken down. But she was unaware of his romance until seeing a picture of the 47-year-old actor kissing Winstead, 33, in a London cafe. Clara said: “It was incredibly surprising to me that they had gone out in public. The picture surfaced on my little sister’s birthday, but my dad didn’t know it was going to come out.” “He didn’t want us to see that,” she said, according to a report by The Sun. Clara, 22, who is also an actress living in New York, said both McGregor and Winstead were to blame for her father’s marriage breaking down.
The new film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats will have a face-off with Star Wars: Episode IX on December 20. Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper will helm the project from Lee Hall’s take on the musical, based on T.S. Eliot’s children’s poems. The film will follow the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make what is known as “the Jellicle choice” and decide which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new life. According to Variety, Universal Pictures was originally going to release another musical hit, Wicked in the slot, which is currently delayed and re-dated. Besides Episode IX, Cats also faces competition from Fox’s Hercule Poirot mystery Death on the Nile. PTI