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Josh Hartnett is a new dad – his partner Tamsin Egerton has given birth to the couple’s first child.
The actors confirmed the safe arrival of their little one as they were photographed leaving St Mary’s Hospital in London on Monday (30Nov15), although no official statement has been released.
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,” which opens today at the Uptown Theatre in Minneapolis. ” is a funny, creepy, sad and ultimately hopeful movie about an emotionally unfulfilled Japanese woman, Setsuko, who is stuck in a drab job in Tokyo. Hartnett, who has three movies coming out this year and played a gunslinger on “Penny Dreadful,” the series that ended a successful four-season run on Showtime in 2016, explains that “Oh Lucy! The two share the same agency and Hartnett’s people know “whenever they find something unusual, I want to be a part of it,” he says.
Her life takes some crazy twists after her niece persuades her to take English classes (taught by Hartnett’s character) that require her to wear a blond wig and go by the American name of Lucy. The movie’s odd mix of styles and tone set it apart, Hartnett says.
The couple met on the set of the film Singularity, but they didn’t begin dating until after the filmed wrapped in 2012.
“It’s unusually funny,” Hartnett says, “but not played for obvious laughs.” As he headed to Bangkok to work on his next movie, “Gut Instinct,” another corner of his Minnesota life has helped him prepare.
The mosquitoes that plague his kids on lake vacations in northern Minnesota in the summer are fierce in Thailand in the winter, Hartnett says.
Filming on a mountain wasn’t a stretch for the Minnesota boy, who skied at Afton Alps and snowboarded at Buck Hill. ” The movie screened well at the Cannes film festival, he says.
He called it an interesting script based on a true story, but he wasn’t pleased with the final product. Hartnett has sat in on a couple of showings with audiences and says reaction was “phenomenal,” with one audience finding a lot more to laugh about.