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James “Spike” Marsters digs his teeth into a romantic drama!
September 27th, 2006 under Hilary Swank, Movies. [ Comments: none ]

James Marsters, best known for playing vampire Spike on TV’s "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel," has joined Hilary Swank in the romantic drama "P.S., I Love You." Based on the best-selling Cecelia Ahern, the Warner Bros. release centers on a grieving young widow who discovers her late husband has left her a list of tasks revealed in 10 monthly messages that are intended to ease her out of grief and transition her to a new life. Marsters will play the late husband’s best friend. Gerard Butler also stars. Shooting is set to start in mid-October in New York and Ireland. Richard LaGravenese ("Living Out Loud") directs.


I so love him, but it freaks me out not to hear him with an English accent!


Chad thinks Hilary sank to a new lowe
July 13th, 2006 under Hilary Swank. [ Comments: none ]


Actor Chad Lowe is reportedly outraged by his estranged wife, Hilary Swank, after she divulged details of his personal life to a US magazine. Swank revealed during an interview with Vanity Fair that Lowe had suffered from substance addiction, though she did not reveal what substance. She also said that Lowe’s addiction had contributed to the break down of their marriage. A source revealed to Breaking News, how Lowe felt after the interview: "Chad has been sober for three years. He isn’t ashamed of his struggle, but he really wishes Hilary wouldn’t have talked publicly now."A family friend Bob Balaban added: "Whatever problem he might have had didn’t affect his work."Swank has denied she spoke out about Lowe personal problem in a bid to publicize her new films.

Entertainment Wise (story) and Us Weekly (photo)

That was cold what she did, but I am glad his bed is no warm with a new girl. 


Swank talks about Chad’s lowe
July 5th, 2006 under Hilary Swank. [ Comments: none ]

Dazzling double Oscar-winner Hilary Swank dumped hubby Chad Lowe in part over a "substance-abuse" problem he’s been battling for three years, she reveals in an explosive magazine interview.The beautiful tomboy tells Vanity Fair she was shocked to learn about Lowe’s addiction problem."I knew something was happening but I didn’t know what" Swank tells Vanity Fair in the August editions set to hit newsstands today."When I found out, it was such a shock because I never thought he’d keep something from me. And yet, on another level, it was a confirmation of something I was feeling that was keeping us from being completely solid.
"He’s sober now. I don’t want to make it seem like that’s the sole reason; there were other factors. But that just kind of blew it open. It made me look at things a lot deeper. That’s when you realize it’s not going to work."
Lowe, 38, and his managers could not be immediately reached for comment yesterday.Although Lowe’s struggle touched off their marriage’s downhill slide, Swank said she’s proud of her soon-to-be ex’s three years of sobriety.Vanity Fair does not detail the actor’s substance of choice.
"It’s an enormous obstacle to overcome, and he’s doing it. He’s living a sober life," said Swank, who married Lowe in 1997. "I know how difficult it is, and I’m really proud of his sobriety."The actress says she had to stay with Lowe when his substance abuse came to light."When I found out, I wanted to be there," she explains. "I knew it was the most important time of his life. That’s when he needed me most."Swank, who won Oscars for "Boys Don’t Cry" and "Million Dollar Baby," denied that her skyrocketing career – compared to Lowe’s declining job prospects – played any role in their split.
"Chad is very supportive of my career," Swank says. "He is, I think, genuinely happy for my success . . . I think that any frustration for him stemmed from the lack of opportunities in his own career. She filed for divorce in March after announcing their separation in January. "It takes two to make something work or not work. I’m a person with my own faults and troubles," Swank says. "In the end, it just didn’t work, but I would never look back on this relationship as failed. I look at it as 131/2 years of success." The dark-haired beauty admits she’s apprehensive about re-entering the dating arena. "I thought of it – of that whole world – I can’t imagine it! I can’t imagine going out right now and trying to find someone else to be with," says Swank, who turns 32 later this month. Even with her new love-and-life challenges, Swank says she’s happy. "When I told you I’m the happiest I’ve ever been, it’s not because I’m getting a divorce," she says. "It’s because I’m living in truth now. My happiness has stemmed from being brutally honest with myself, facing truth every single day, no matter how hard it is."

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