Whishaw starred alongside Dominic West, who played charming anchorman Hector Madden, and Romola Garai as producer Bel Rowley, who was Lyon's on-off love interest.
It would feel very, very silly to be skittish about such things [because] Romola [Garai] is going so far with those things [in her performance]".
Also, commenting on his costar Romola Garai and their characters, he said "Romola's such a professional and such a wonderful actor and we kind of made it work...
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“Getting married isn’t just about an elaborate party where you get to be the centre of attention all day,” she said.
“Maybe if we all made a bit more of a fuss of people celebrating their ten or 20 or 30 years together, rather than just clearing off after the nuptials, leaving them with nothing but John Lewis towels, then maybe we’d all be better off.” Before he leaves these shores, Hoare will be busy filming his role in the BBC’s three-part Virginia Woolf drama, Life In Squares, about the trials and tribulations of the writer and the Bloomsbury group in general.
“I’m moving to New York because my wife is doing a play off-Broadway,” says the actor at a preview screening of Gentleman’s Wager hosted by Johnnie Walker Blue Label in Knightsbridge.
“I’m going to be doing a bit of acting, too, but mostly changing nappies in Brooklyn.
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Hoare, who is best known for the BBC comedy series Blandings, confirms to Mandrake that Romola is now his wife.