" So I'm actually shooting a romantic comedy now.I play a journalism grad student who leaves her thesis adviser [Kevin Kline] for a young politician. We'd heard stories about couples working together and splitting up and other couples working together and it being OK. There was one situation in which Darren got annoyed because Hugh [Jackman]—who plays my husband in the movie—and I weren't doing a sex scene the way he wanted. RW: I wasn't a person who was longing forever to have a baby; the desire came up suddenly.Daniel‘s co-stars Naomie Harris, Lea Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, and Stephanie Sigman, as well as director Sam Mendes, were all in attendance."My view on awards is that there are no bests in anything", insists Ralph Fiennes.To top off what is the best year of his career so far, he has just been nominated for a Best Actor Bafta for his performance in The Constant Gardener.If he is successful, the golden statuette will stand alongside his 1994 Bafta for best supporting actor in Schindler's List.When we meet, Fiennes is on the briefest of trips back to London from Dublin, where he is in the final week of rehearsals for Brian Friel's The Faith Healer at the Gate Theatre.
If I'm away from it I have withdrawal symptoms," he says.
Henry's truly the most fascinating person I know.
Even though he's only seven months old, I have long, long dialogues with him. It's pure instinct and it's very powerful.
Daniel's co-stars Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Christoph Waltz as well as director Sam Mendes were also present.
The 24th instalment in the 007 franchise is the third Bond film chosen for the Royal Film Performance since its inception in 1946, following previous premieres for Die Another Day (2002) and Skyfall (2012).
She may have skipped the red carpet, however the brunette beauty made up for lost time once inside when she was pictured cuddling up to her husband as they waited to meet the royal guests.
Despite being notoriously private, Rachel couldn't hide her pride and beamed at the cameras as she kept her man close.
"Generally a film is recognised because it achieves something, it challenges us, it entertains us, we escape with it, we're provoked by it, we're moved by it - whatever.
But the way I like to look at awards is to see them as celebrations of film-making."It seems churlish to point out that Fiennes is in a stronger position than most to hold such a generous view.
But it was really exciting to get to watch him work. We were kissing, and Darren hadn't shouted "Cut! Finally, Darren screams, "Take his pants off already! But that bond between mother and baby is so interesting.
I'd never met "the director." It was like meeting a whole new person. Women have been giving birth since the beginning of time, but when it happens to you it feels like a miracle.