Jessica Biel and her husband Justin Timberlake walk arm in arm while leaving the after party celebrating the premiere of her new film Playing for Keeps on Wednesday (December 5) at the Dream Downtown in New York City.
The 30-year-old actress was also joined at the party by her co-stars Gerard Butler and Judy Greer, who couldn’t attend the screening earlier in the night as she was performing on Broadway in Dead Accounts.
Rodrigo Santoro smoulders in his feature in the June/July 2012 issue of Da Man magazine, on newsstands now.
Here’s what the 36-year-old Brazilian actor had to share with the magazine:
On what inspires him: “I am inspired by life in general. I have a lot of admiration for many artists, but the biggest source of inspiration is life and human beings, I am driven. The experiences and interactions between humans drive and educate me to grow and mature through each experience.”
On happiness: “Some people say happiness is an emotion, but I believe happiness is long-lasting enjoyment of life. It is being in love with living.”
Rodrigo Santoro shows off his muscles in a photo spread forFlaunt‘s “The Psychoanalytic Issue: Behavioral Patterns”.
Here is what the 36-year-old What to Expect When You’re Expecting actor had to share with the mag:
On his role as Jennifer Lopez‘s husband: “The character’s name is Nate, [which is] not Latin. That was written completely American, but it ended up being me. So I don’t really feel like things are so narrow. Of course, I have my accent, and I will be a foreigner, but it doesn’t have to be ‘Brazilian’ or ‘French’ or ‘Italian’ per se. So, things are more open in that way, and that feels good.”
On producing and starring in the biopic Heleno: “The director said, ‘Well, you should produce with us.’ I said, ‘I don’t know about that; I’m an actor.’ The process was exhausting because I was acting at the same time, but it taught me a lot. Once we started shooting, I told them, ‘Look, I’ve got to focus, because I’m playing this character now. So don’t ask me, like, how many extras we can have tomorrow.’”
On preparing for a role: “Research is the time that I have to play, to explore, to learn about life in general. It’s not just work! I try to get as close to possible to understand what’s going on without judgment. If you judge while you’re creating a character, you’re probably not going to find the humanity for that character.”