The 19th century romance is set to have its world premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Workplace romances are pretty common, especially when that workplace is a movie set.Some of these romances last for the length of a shoot, while others carry on after the final take and usually it’s the director and the leading lady or gent who end up walking down the aisle together.Here are twelve examples of that being exactly the case.READ MOREIdris Elba: We need more multicultural storiesThe Bodyguard slammed for ‘bad Muslim’ stereotypesGuardians Vol. 3 on indefinite hold
‘Passengers’ could’ve been improved by a single edit in the film’s storyline. Despite Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence and man of the moment Chris Pratt starring, it didn’t set the box office alight nor did it get particularly favourably feedback for audiences. While Jim (Pratt) had been awake from hypersleep for a year before falling into a depressive, lonely state, we perhaps learn about his motives to awaken Aurora (Lawrence) too early on and in not the best order.
Colin Firth has revealed that things could’ve ended up very differently for Renee Zellweger’s character, as he shares his apathy for the third movie’s conclusion.