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Now this is what we like to see!
Two über hot celebs getting their romance on together. With room for us to join???
LOLz! We kid, we kid!
But we’re not kidding about Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal getting more than a little friendly as these two delicious beings were spotted arriving at …
On the homestretch when it comes to promoting their new movie, Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum teamed up on the red carpet for the Hollywood premiere of “The Vow” on Monday night (February 6).
Held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the undeniably attractive co-stars posed alongside one another during the Tinseltown event while Channing then reconvened with wife Jenna Dewan prior to the film’s screening.
“To play Paige honestly is a tightrope to walk,” Tatum says. “Then I realized, after I got to know [McAdams], that so much of her loveliness comes out in whatever character she does.”
Other stars turning up to check out the Michael Sucsy directed romantic drama included E! realty stars sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, as well as Teresa Palmer and Bella Thorne.
As for Channing and Rachel’s new movie, “The Vow” finds “a car accident put Paige (McAdams) in a coma, and when she wakes up with severe memory loss, her husband Leo (Tatum) works to win her heart again.”
Making its way into theaters this Friday (February 10), Sucsy boasted in a recent interview that the film was aided by Tatum and McAdams’ natural chemistry, as he said, “You can manufacture things to make it seem like they have chemistry, but they have the real thing, so it’s always easier to add the details.”
Echoing these sentiments, Channing told, “To play Paige honestly is a tightrope to walk. Then I realized, after I got to know [McAdams], that so much of her loveliness comes out in whatever character she does.”
Fresh off of the release of her new movie “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” Rachel McAdams brings her charm to the cover of the February 2012 issue of Glamour magazine.
Clad in a Mavi shirt and Dolce & Gabbana shorts, the 33-year-old Canadian actress dolls up the Alexei Hay shot front page while opening up in the featured article about topics including her experience as a McDonald’s employee and past crushes on soap stars, as well as Josh Brolin.
Highlights from Rachel’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit Glamour!
On whether she gets involved in creating her characters’ looks:
“Yeah, I love those preliminary conversations about who a character is. You try on wigs, shoes and clothes. It’s preferable when it’s not about looking pretty. It can get a little dull to just be cute. We talk about things like, maybe my character can’t afford these Christian Louboutins. [The stylist] will say, ‘No one will notice.” And I’m like, “Everyone knows that red-bottom shoe!'”
On whether playing serious or playing silly is more difficult:
“I think playing silly. I’m very silly as a person, but quality silliness on-screen has more of an art to it. Harrison Ford, whom I was in Morning Glory with, has mastered that dry funny better than anyone.”
On whether she worked at McDonald’s:
“Yeah, for a good three years. My sister and brother worked there. My sister was my manager! It was a great place to work, but I had a little bit of an OCD thing with hand washing and just didn’t have time. They were like, “Hey, the drive-through’s backing up. Stop washing your hands!” I was not a great employee; I broke the orange juice machine one day.”
On her all-time favorite romantic movie:
“Just one?! In the Mood for Love, Giant, Days of Heaven and the Russian film Burnt by the Sun. I can’t choose just one.”
On crushes she’s had on actors:
“I loved soap operas when I was young, so Antonio Sabato Jr. and Maurice Benard from General Hospital. And who could forget Josh Brolin in The Goonies?”
On what she’d do if she wasn’t acting?
“I wouldn’t mind running a restaurant. I’m not an amazing cook, but I can follow a recipe.”
She certainly was enjoyable to watch in “Sherlock Holmes,” but Rachel McAdams is unsure if she’ll be returning to the second one.
Sitting down with MTV News, “The Time Travelers Wife” star told, “It’s kind of all still in the process. They’re still doing script work, and we’ll see.”
“If I do, it won’t be a very big part,” she added. “It’s not a lead part.”
The Guy Ritchie-directed flick, which stars Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr, is set to hit theaters December 16, 2011.
Stepping out for some press duties, Rachel McAdams was spotted in New York City this morning (November 8).
The “Notebook” babe braved the inclement weather as she made some promotional stops including a “Today” show visit on behalf of her new movie “Morning Glory.”
In related news, Rachel recently told ET that she was all about becoming a secretary, not an actress, when she was younger.
“I always wanted to be a secretary when I was little, but then I changed my mind. I think I’d like to do something with food like: be a taste-tester.”
Stepping out to promote her latest project, Rachel McAdams attended the premiere of “Morning Glory” in New York City on Sunday night (November 7).
Held at the Ziegfeld Theatre, the “Sherlock Holmes” hottie was joined by actors Jeff Goldblum, Harrison Ford and Patrick Wilson for the weekend red carpet event.
Directed by Roger Michell, “Morning Glory” is a new comedy which is set to hit theaters this Friday, November 10th.
A synopsis of the flick via IMDB reads: “A hotshot television producer is set the challenge of reviving a struggling morning show program, despite the constant feuding of its high-profile anchors.”
Checking out the work of her fellow actors and actresses, Rachel McAdams was spotted out for a night of cinema in Toronto, Canada on Sunday (September 12).
The 31-year-old beauty was clad in black as she entered a local theatre for a Toronto Film Festival screening of “Beautiful Boy” starring Michael Sheen and Maria Bello.
As for her own career, Rachel is readying up to begin filming a new Michael Sucsy directed movie in Toronto called “The Vow”.
Co-starring Channing Tatum and Jessica McNamee, the Spyglass/Screen Gems project tells “the real-life story of a newlywed New Mexico couple (McAdams, Tatum) who end up in a car crash. The wife is put in a coma, and when she comes to — without any memory of her husband or their marriage — the husband attempts to wins her heart again.”
Continuing along with one of her many projects, Rachel McAdams was spotted on the set of “The Vow” in Toronto, Canada on Tuesday (August 31).
Dolled up in a black dress and hat, the “Notebook” babe shot several scenes before retreating to her trailer for a much-deserved break.
“The Vow” is based on a true story of a newlywed couple (McAdams and Channing Tatum) who survive a car crash but struggle to keep their marriage alive after the wife loses memory of her husband.
And according to the Hollywood Reporter, “Felicity” actor, Scott Speedman, is eying the role of the wife’s ex-fiancé, who complicates things by rekindling their romance after the accident.
Working away on her latest film, Rachel McAdams was spotted on the Paris, France set of “Midnight in Paris” on Wednesday (August 11).
The “Time Traveler’s Wife” star looked adorable as per usual as she sipped a cup of tea on set while chatting with co-star Mimi Kennedy and discussing details with director, Woody Allen.
Filming for “Midnight In Paris” has been underway for a few weeks now with Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard and Carla Bruni kicking things off last month and McAdams recently joining them on the French set.
Rachel sure is a hot commodity these days. According to IMDB, the talented actress has three films coming out over the next year or so and several others in negotiation.
Continuing to work on their new project, Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams were spotted on the set of “Midnight in Paris” last night (July 29).
The “Starsky & Hutch” stud and the “Red Eye” babe both looked intense as they filmed scenes at night in the City of Lights.
“Midnight in Paris” is the latest Woody Allen opus about a family traveling to the French Capital City.
French First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy makes a cameo in the flick and told press, “I’m not at all an actress. Maybe I’ll be absolutely terrible.”