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Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz Work Out Before Rehearsal!

Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz Work Out Before Rehearsal!

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz leave the gym after a morning workout together on Monday (September 16) in New York City.

The married couple later headed to rehearsal for their upcoming Broadway play Betrayal, which is set to begin performances in two weeks.

The day before, Daniel and Rachel were seen running errands separately during their weekend break from play practice.

In Betrayal, Emma (Weisz) is married to Robert (Craig), a publisher, but she has long had an affair with Jerry (Rafe Spall), a literary agent and Robert’s best friend; as, in a brilliant device, time is regained, so the full complexity of their relationships comes to light. Get your hands on some of the few tickets left right now!

25+ pictures inside of Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz at the gym…

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  • Tanya

    Love them both so much!

  • Kate

    Are the paps constantly following them? I really feel for Rachel and Daniel. Love them.

  • Georgina
  • Elle

    Daniel always quickly picks out paparazzi in the crowd. lol

  • OMG

    I love when he’s scruffy and rough. PHWOAR!

  • Bela

    They came from the upstate to the East Village for rehearsal, so the paps chase them.

  • @Bela

    Nonsense, they just moved into their new flat in NYC and are now running reheasals at Lincoln Center.

  • Kat

    Such a lovely, the most likable couple, and they always look like they are so happy, in love and enjoying life. Good for them!

  • Bela

    @@Bela:
    It’s a slight difference, I meant to say they were in the city more noticeable.

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Bela

    this show is supposed to be amazing, but I can’t see it!

  • Eve

    @Bela:

    Bela – are you out of your mind? We got it first time, why so many identical posts? I won’t be able to see the play either (shame), though.
    I’d love to see Daniel on stage, that would be simply priceless. I totally dig him.

  • Launa

    I love them both, as a team, as a talented couple and as a husband and wife.

  • Bela

    @Eve: Sorry ladies my pc was tripping while I was posting.

  • Carrie

    The whole situation mystifies me. Her clothes are different at the same time?

  • Eve

    @Carrie:

    Yeah and his seem to be the same as yeaterday, apart from the cardigan. But who cares? The more Daniel news, the better :)

    @Bela:

    ok, I was kidding :)

  • Emma

    The couple keeps things pretty low-key. Respect and love it!!

  • Carrie

    @Eve: Sure.
    Daniel wins my fantasy league :)

  • Rachel Girl

    @Georgina: Adorable!

  • lots

    I now understand why Emma has an affair with Jerry. Robert’s greasy mullet and baseball cap is unforgiveable!
    Roll on Bond 24 for short back and sides ;)

  • Fio

    Opportunity Network: OppNet to Honor Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz at Annual Gala, April 7, 2014, at Cipriani Wall Street. Save the Date!

  • Mendel

    Hi Fio

    got any more info?

    Hi Guinness,

    did you get tickets?

    Working too much at the moment, but it is fun. Still, not much time to play…and drool over Dan :(

  • Fio

    Daniel sounds so sexy with his deep voice. Awww.

    Daniel Craig Heads Back To Broadway With ‘Betrayal’
    http://www.npr.org/2013/09/18/223752897/daniel-craig-heads-back-to-broadway-with-betrayal
    (Listen to the story)
    http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=223752897&m=223801524
    A revival of Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal is in rehearsal now in New York. It’s the story of an affair, and it unfolds backward in time, from the lovers sharing a post-romantic drink to the passion they first experienced seven years earlier. Along the way, much deception — betrayal, even — is revealed.

    Daniel Craig, who stars as the jilted Robert, tells NPR’s Robert Siegel that the show, first performed in 1978, still feels “surprisingly contemporary. … When you have someone as good as Pinter, it remains timeless. And the themes are timeless. It’s just good writing.”

    The men in the story are Oxbridge literati — denizens of a culture familiar to Craig’s co-star and real-life wife, Rachel Weisz, but not the sort the actor himself, who left school at 16, would have run with.

    “It’s as far away from me as possible, I suppose,” the actor acknowledges — though he notes that he did eventually go to college to study acting, a career he knew pretty early on he wanted to pursue.

    “Very early,” he stresses. “Just the desire to dress up and show off — which is still with me. [It] got me when I was probably about 4 or 5, I think.”

    Craig also notes that the production, directed by Mike Nichols and co-starring Rafe Spall as the man Weisz’s character has the affair with, features at least one implication — based on a line about who should have cheated with whom — that wasn’t in the original staging.

    “[Pinter] said there’s no homosexual overtones at all in the play,” Craig says. “But obviously we’re throwing loads in. Just to let you know.”
    nterview Highlights

    On acting opposite wife Rachel Weisz

    What’s interesting about the play is that it’s very intense, and a very intense thing to do, but we manage to go home and just sort of leave it there at work. I think otherwise it would be too difficult to do. … We don’t talk to each other about it, no. We separate about it. You know, she gets on with her thing, and I get on with my thing. And we decided to do that because it’s important to be separate entities when you’re at work.

    On having the luxury, post-Bond, to pick and choose parts

    Yes. I mean, it doesn’t make my choices good, though. I wish it could give me taste. But you kind of go with your heart, and I think that’s the best thing to do. Certainly in my case, in making choices about the work I want to do. Do I like it? Do I love it? Do I like the people involved? Then it’s a no-brainer.

    On why he decided to do Betrayal

    The cast. The director. The play. I mean, too many good things. Another chance to go back to Broadway — which is on one hand incredibly scary, and on another just an exhilarating thing to do. Broadway audiences are just like nowhere else on Earth.

    On performing live every night

    I mean, standing up in front of people and pretending to know what you’re talking about is hard enough in any profession. It’s just a big deal, certainly for the first couple of weeks; it’s like a very foreign place. And hopefully then it settles down, and you can start feeling kind of comfortable with it and making it better — and continue to make it better as the run goes on.

  • Guinness

    ahhhhw. You beat me by a few seconds Fio. BUT–I heard it driving home yesterday–in the hills of beautiful Vermont (leaves are turning–wonderous world). I imagined his lips close to the microphone…. he has such a great voice… and really–he speaks more without an accent. But I bet when he has a few Guinnesses I would love to hear that thick cockney wonderful manly accent gruffly say—”I want some more Guinness-give it to me!”
    Sorry, I digress…. no, no tickets yet–BUT guess what? In 2 weeks we are going to Broadway to see a show!!! Cinderella. I know–but Broadway is Broadway–can’t miss it, besides, tix are bought, kids are going… another adventure!!!AAAAAHHHH!!! so, I plan on scoping out the ads and take pics (I did this last time too) and maybe I will get tix then. But, I seriously am perturbed they are doing such an emotional discussion —I just hope the tabloids don’ t use this as fodder ten years down the road. Its just such a sensitive and pained emotional subject. aaahhhhh. And how can they not use the dialog against each other when and if they fight in real life.
    Can someone give me a few minutes to question Dan and not ask stupid questions–even NPR dropped the education thing–his wife Cambridge, him not grad school. yeah, that’s a relevant question –actually–it was a statement turned into a question…like, hey–if Dan didn’t graduate and he made it to be BOND and BROADWAY–you can too!!!!

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