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Rachel McAdams & Michael Sheen: Kiss Kiss!

Rachel McAdams & Michael Sheen: Kiss Kiss!

Rachel McAdams and her boyfriend, Welsh actor Michael Sheen, share a sweet kiss as she takes a flight out of town on Wednesday (December 1) from LAX airport in Los Angeles.

The 32-year-old Canadian actress was glowing as she headed to the American Airlines ticket counter.

Over the past few months, Rachel has wrapped work on The Vow with Channing Tatum and Midnight in Paris, a Woody Allen movie!

10+ pictures inside of Rachel McAdams sharing a smooch with Michael Sheen

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59 Responses to “Rachel McAdams & Michael Sheen: Kiss Kiss!”

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  1. 1
    Had Hill Says:

    Resse Witherspoon

    On making romantic comedies: “I love romantic comedies. I watch them all the time. I love all my fellow female romantic comedy queens, like Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Garner and Katie Heigl. I also think that the questions romantic comedies ask about men and women are universal.”

  2. 2
    Had Hill Says:

    Eva Mendes and Jeremy Renner had the honor of announcing the 2010 Film Independent Spirit Award nominees this afternoon in Los Angeles.

    A few of the highlights from the nominee list:

    Best Feature:
    127 hours
    Black Swan
    The Kids Are All Right
    Winter’s Bone

    Best Director
    Darren Aronofsy – Black Swan
    Danny Boyle – 127 Hours
    Lisa Cholodenko – The Kids Are All Right
    Debra Granik – Winter’s Bone
    John Cameron Mitchell – Rabbit Hole

    Best Female Lead:
    Nicole Kidman – Rabbit Hole
    Annette Bening – The Kids Are All Right
    Greta Gerwig – Greenberg
    Jennifer Lawerence – Winter’s Bone
    Natalie Portman – Black Swan
    Michelle Williams – Blue Valentine

  3. 3
    Abby Says:

    anyone else surprised Morning Glory didn’t do better? I thought it looked like a great vehicle for her.

  4. 4
    Had Hill Says:

    Rachel McAdams Not As Beloved As We Thought [Monday Box Office] Harry Potter Reviews News

    Rachel McAdams Not As Beloved As We Thought [Monday Box Office]
    # mondayboxoffice This was your weekend to let her know you love her, and you chose not to, America. You chose not to. Instead you went to the cartoon movie and the one about a murder train. More »
    Read more on Gawker

  5. 5
    Had Hill Says:

    I was surprised he and Lorraine lasted as long as they did, considering the relationship was a long distance one. She was never going to move to America because of her work. He wasn’t going to leave Lily for extended periods of time either.

    I’d like to see Michael settle down. But Kate once said he’s not the marrying kind. I believe it. He spent 7-8 years with Kate and never proposed. That still boggles the mind. He spent what, five years with Lorraine, and never proposed. If he hasn’t gotten married by now, he never will.

    I’ll give this relationship a year. If they make two years, I’ll be shocked.

  6. 6
    Had Hill Says:

    Rachel McAdams Celebrates Her 34th
    Source: People
    Category: Entertainment
    Duration: 0:21

  7. 7
    Had Hill Says:

    The Movie Star Next Door
    Source: Instyle • Date: October 19, 2010 • Scans
    Introduction Rachel McAdams

    Rachel McAdams’ Morning Glory had a bit of a disappointing opening week with an estimated $9.2 million.

    The Denzel Washington and Chris Pine film Unstoppable rushed into the number one spot at the box office this weekend with $8.1 million on Friday and is estimated to take in a total of $24.5 million for the entire weekend

  8. 8
    Had Hill Says:

    Rachel McAdams is too young to lie about her age—or is she?
    The star of Wedding Crashers and The Notebook claims she was born in October 1978, making her 28. But puts her birthday in 1976—and those who’ve looked into the matter believe the earlier date may be accurate.
    In a November 2005 profile, Details listed McAdams’s age as 29, prompting her then-publicist, Ame Van Iden, to complain vigorously. (McAdams later fired Van Iden, reportedly because the flack booked her to appear nude on Vanity Fair’s cover without her consent.) A Details source says the magazine agreed to run a correction only after Van Iden assured them that IMDb had been notified of its error.
    As of yesterday, however, the site was still listing her as 30. When Elle wrote McAdams up for its April cover, it got around the problem by saying, “IMDb states [she] is 30, but [she] is really, truly, ask her mother, 28.”
    What’s the truth? “Her birthday is inaccurately reported,” says her rep. “She is 28 years old.” But a source involved with one of her recent films says it’s “no secret among the producers” that she shaves a couple years off her age in interviews—only to add them back on when she’s up for a part that calls for a more “mature” actress.
    Wikipedia, for the record, lists her age as 28, but notes that “her exact year of birth is unknown. Some websites list it as 1976 and some websites list it as 1978. This means that she could be between the ages of 28 and 30.”

  9. 9
    Had Hill Says:


    Budget $26,000,000
    Gross revenue $95,577,774

    Directed by Wes Craven
    Produced by Chris Bender
    Marianne Maddalena
    Screenplay by Carl Ellsworth
    Story by Carl Ellsworth
    Dan Foos
    Starring Rachel McAdams
    Cillian Murphy
    Brian Cox
    Jayma Mays
    Music by Marco Beltrami
    Cinematography Robert D. Yeoman
    Editing by Patrick Lussier
    Stuart Levy
    Distributed by D

  10. 10
    Had Hill Says:

    Rachel McAdams’s career confuses me. With one exception (last year’s $37 million-grossing State of Play, which was technically a Russell Crowe-Ben Affleck disaster), every wide-release movie she has appeared in since 2004’s Mean Girlshas done well at the North American box office. The Notebook: $81 million. Wedding Crashers: $209 million. Red Eye: $58 million.The Family Stone: $60 million. The Time Traveler’s Wife: $63 million. Sherlock Holmes: $209 million.

    (Interesting aside: Lindsay Lohan’s Mean Girls costars, McAdams, Tina Fey and Amanda Seyfried, have all gone on to much bigger and better things than the film’s star.)

    The success of exactly half of those films had little to do with her, and The Notebook was a triumph of word of mouth and a strong ensemble cast led by Ryan Gosling, another young actor with an interesting career (a subject for another post). But what would have become of Red Eye and The Time Traveler’s Wife without McAdams? The success of both certainly wasn’t based on the drawing power of her male costars, Cillian Murphy and Eric Bana, respectively.

    Still, for all of her commercial success, McAdams is stuck on Hollywood’s B+ list. She’s no Sandra Bullock, no Jennifer Aniston, no Anne Hathaway. She’s beautiful, talented and likable, but there is something a bit generic about her. And unlike, say, Amy Adams, Oscar and Golden Globe nominations haven’t increased her red-carpet visibility. If you were dining in a restaurant, and McAdams walked in, would every head in the room turn in her direction to get a closer look?

  11. 11
    Josephine Says:

    I like them as a couple. Many people don’t, because he doesn’t look like typical Hollywood hottie and what’s the most important – he isn’t Ryan Gosling, but Rachel and Ryan are’t together and it’s time to get over their relationship. Michael is very intelligent, kind and talented man and I think she’s lucky to have him. He doesn’t need to be on the sexiest or best dressed list to attract women.

  12. 12
    Fiona Says:

    She’s in love! I think they are great together.

  13. 13
    blair Says:

    They seem right together.

  14. 14
    Had Hill Says:


    Rachel McAdams Nosejob?
    April 29th, 2009 by admin Leave a reply »
    MakemeHeal Question:

    Rachel McAdams is 30 and her nose seems to be very pointed and slightly askew
    Looks like trauma plus or minus surgery to me. Her nose became narrow at the tip and a bit off to the side. Some nasal surgery is not strictly cosmetic. Maybe she had some nasal trauma?

  15. 15
    Had Hill Says:

    Scarlett Johansson Joins Damon in ‘Zoo’

    Published by Jeff Leins on November 5, 2010
    Scarlett Johansson is in final negotiations to play the female lead alongside Matt Damon in We Bought a Zoo, the next film from Cameron Crowe (Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous).
    The story, based on the memoirs of Benjamin Mee, is about a recently widowed man and single father who moves his family to a beautiful sprawling estate for a fresh start. But a condition of the sale is an old, dilapidated zoo and the retention of its staff. Mee and his family refurbish the zoo to its former glory as a sanctuary for endangered animals, and grow closer together as a result.

    Johansson’s role was not named in Deadline’s report, but she’s undoubtedly playing Kelly, the head zookeeper. She won the role over Amy Adams, Rachel McAdams, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who were rumored to be in the mix.

  16. 16
    Had Hill Says:

    Comments (0) »
    Opens Wednesday 11/10

    Us Rating: **

    Becky (Rachel McAdams) gets her dream job: producer of a Today-style show. The problem is, the gig is at Daybreak, which is plagued with dismal ratings and a diva anchor (Diane Keaton). The excellent McAdams — in a leading role she has deserved for years — charms with her caffeinated energy. She makes 10 decisions a minute and strong-arms a hard news reporter (Harrison Ford) into taking a role as Keaton’s cohost, a post he loathes.

    For a few scenes, the three actors exchange entertaining blows. But the script, penned by the writer who adapted The Devil Wears Prada for the screen, lacks that hit’s bitchy bite. Instead, it plods along as Becky romances a producer (Patrick Wilson) and fights to avoid being canceled. When she finally gets her big idea, it’s this clunker: Go goofier. So she puts her weatherman on a roller coaster and has Keaton dance with 50 Cent. But hasn’t morning TV been filled with these antics for years? Her producing wouldn’t win any Emmys — and the movie won’t earn too many fans.


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  17. 17
    ModestMouse Says:

    @Abby: No, I’m not surprised. She needs to pick better projects.

  18. 18
    S@n Says:

    Yes! Definitely seems love!
    Good for them!

  19. 19
    global Says:

    Had Hill….BUZZ off!!!

  20. 20
    Happy Says:

    They are very cute together…he was AWESOME in The Queen & she was great in Time Traveler’s Wife!

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    Marieme Says:

    I find this coupling immensely intriguing. I really like Sheen a lot. I did think he was married though?

  22. 22
    Miles Says:

    Ah, I love them.

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    pj Says:

    LOL. It looks like the security guard in the 9th picture is just staring at them while they’re making out!

  24. 24
    Tia Says:

    So happy for Rachel! I love her! she deserves the best, and Michael seems like a great fit for her

  25. 25
    Jime Says:

    this couple is so odd, but i love them together!
    great actors, interesting people

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