Out in NYC following Thursday's Los Angeles premiere of his new movie "Wanted", James McAvoy and wife Anne-Marie Duff were spotted enjoying a romantic walk around Soho on Saturday (June 21).
Strolling around hand-in-hand, the 29-year-old Scottish actor and his actress wife of two years are currently away from their London home as James takes on the promotional duties for "Wanted" while co-star Angelina Jolie readies for the birth of her baby twins.
While his costar Angelina Jolie is busy preparing to give birth to twins, James McAvoy found another beautiful gal to hang with at the Hollywood premiere of his new film Wanted: Anne-Marie Duff.
The Mann Village Theater in Los Angeles, California was the place to be last night to catch a first glimpse of the new suspense flick. And McAvoy looked dashing in a black leather jacket overtop a black v-neck with dark jeans and black shoes.
The paparazzi were out in full force last night at the Director’s Guild of America premiere of “Penelope,” the new film from Summit Entertainment. And the film’s stars Reese Witherspoon, Christina Ricci and James McAvoy hammed it up for the cameras.
Reese did her usual conservative thing as she walked the red carpet in a purple shirt, black jacket and black trousers. Her ponytail hairdo definitely brought a little youth into her otherwise grown-up apparel.
When you start working in Hollywood at a young age, sometimes it’s hard to break out of the cute/innocent mold. And although Keira Knightley may be pigeonholed as a good girl right now, according to her, that’s about to change.
The Pirates of the Caribbean actress says that she’s breaking out of her goodie-goodie past and getting more “grown up” in her new film “Atonement.” She stars in the picture with James McAvoy.
For those of you used to seeing Keira Knightley as a wholesome English lady, hold on to your hats. She’s going to be showing more than her talent in the upcoming film, “Atonement.”
According to the film’s director, Joe Wright, it was time for Knightley to blossom into womanhood. "I wanted to cast Keira as a woman, a sexual character. She's only ever played girls before. There is a key scene with James McAvoy where she dives into a deep fountain to retrieve a broken vase. Keira emerges from the water and stands on the fountain's edge. It was her idea to stand there for quite so long - but I quite liked it."