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After a couple of years of dating, he’s ended things with Morgan Brown, a former model and the daughter of late Hamptons real estate developer Coco Brown.
The Scot is about to start filming “Den of Thieves,” about a thief planning a bank heist who gets trapped between two sets of criminals.
You had Tuscany and you had Jamaica and then I took them away from you. And the Pembrokeshire coast, if it doesn't rain, but you can't count on that."You know, we got a 10-minute standing ovation at the Toronto Film Festival and I've never felt an energy like that. What's the point, even, in having a chef, if the chef doesn't cook lasagne?But it was marketed as an action movie and it didn't do big box office, which hurt, because it looked like we'd made a big failure of an action movie, whereas in actual fact it's a true-life story of a guy who was a drug addict, reformed, became a born-again Christian and ended up building an orphanage in Sudan. And although I don't get much on his personal life, aside from the fact he has homes in LA and New York but has sold the Hampstead one ("I was never there"), I can tell you he is dating someone and this someone is for real, and not Jennifer or Cameron, who never were. He has no answer to that – just as there never is an answer to that – and I leave, taking the elephants with me.There have been a number of rom-coms, for example, including The Bounty Hunter, with Ms Aniston, which I downloaded but could not watch after it became evident Gerard's character kidnapped women for a living. I can't specify a movie, but there was one where I just think it was the wrong director, and another where the director had to be taken off the film because he basically had Alzheimer's. He says: "It really pisses me off when people go, 'Just go work with Paul Thomas Anderson or Quentin Tarantino'. OK, it begins with his parents, Edward and Margaret, who moved from Paisley, Scotland to Montreal, Canada, when Gerard was six months old. I was with my mum and the point where Richard Dreyfuss is under the boat and there's a hole in the boat, and the head pops out, I went into hysterics and she had to take me out of the cinema." He says he tried, in Olympus, to put in similar jump-out-of-your-seat moments.It may be Gerard is realising all this too, and is also realising that, at 43, he is running out of time to do something about it. And if you make a few movies in Hollywood that don't make a lot of money, you've got to be careful."But yours always make a ton of money, don't they? Not these last ones I'm talking about." You need to work with Tarantino, I tell him, helpfully. It's not that easy." He does not, it soon becomes clear, count Olympus as one of his bad-luck movies, and volunteers proudly: "I was involved from start to finish, taking it to Antoine [Fuqua, the director] and getting him on board, and I worked so much on the script, ripping it apart and putting it back together, really putting flesh on the bones of it and trying to give it some real substance and meaning in terms of a fun, action thriller that is going be a rousing experience."Alarmingly, it's looking as if we may have to confront an elephant head-on but, thankfully, I manage to avert such a disaster by employing a particular tactic known as Speedily Changing The Subject Even Though It Makes You Seem Mad. Eighteen months later, the marriage broke down, so Margaret returned to Paisley to bring up the three children – she took classes to teach business studies – and Gerard did not see his father again for 14 years. I would watch movies, mostly American movies, and be so engrossed in those stories, all I wanted to do was be there. "I love trying to find new ways to make an audience jump," but I see where this is going, so head him off smartly. – "…but I have all my meals prepared by a chef."He gave up drinking at 27. "I was in Camden," he says, "and I had a crazy experience with these two sisters whom I was friends with from Glasgow, and we'd been out one night, and one of the sisters just went nuts. She just lost her mind and the other sister was freaking out and crying and saying, 'I don't know what's wrong with her' and I remember thinking: 'How many of these crazy situations do I have to get into? I woke up the next morning and looked in the mirror and didn't recognise myself. ' I actually went to the pub and thought well, I'll have a beer, and sit and contemplate this, and I just couldn't drink it.