However, the couple recently filed for divorce, yet nothing's been finalized.6.Courteney Cox & David Arquette: The pair freaked everyone out in their 1996 thriller , and ended up finding love off the big screen. Jude Law & Sienna Miller: Although the pair had met shortly prior to their 2004 film and straight into each others' hearts.Making “Gotti” was an unusual family bonding exercise for Travolta, who was last an Oscar nominee as “Pulp Fiction” hitman Vincent Vega: his real life wife (Kelly Preston) and daughter (Ella Bleu Travolta) play his relatives onscreen.
We’ll have to wait to see it in more accurate form before we get a better sense of the film’s tone (we imagine some kind of teaser trailer will hit with “Cars 2”), but you can check out more images below.
Sometimes the chemistry you see onscreen is so realistic because, well, it's real.
It's not unusual to hear of co-stars taking their romance off-screen, especially with the long hours and often intimate scenes together, but you might be surprised at just how many stars have found love, even if it was brief, with someone they shared the screen with.
EW also suggests that, despite the controversial replacement of “The Prince of Egypt” director Brenda Chapman with Pixar stalwart Mark Andrews (the short “One Man Band“), both are likely to be credited as director — just as Jan Pinkava, who was replaced on “Ratatouille,” also received credit.
We’ll see what they have planned when “Brave” opens on June 22, 2012.