The actress famously consciously uncoupled from Chris in 2014 and she's pretty much been dating Brad ever since.Sharing a photo of the two men side-by-side on Instagram, Gwyneth wrote: "Sunday brunch #modernfamily."Last week it was reported that Gwyneth and Brad are secretly engaged. Kids often decided to head into the same industry as their parents, and the same is true for some of Hollywood's elite. Ryan Murphy's 1980s FX drama Pose is rounding out its cast.Evan Peters, Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek and Tatiana Maslany have joined the pilot, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. La Bute has reworked the text to reflect the current climate.'s extended run at the Geffen, I decided to expand the play to include another office scene and a varied take on the ending," said La Bute in a statement.The series will be executive produced by Craig, Reisinger, Schiff and Jeremy Garelick ( “We are excited to be in business with Carly Craig, Jeremy Garelick and Daniel Reisinger to create a comedy about dating anxiety in the social media age,” said Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Original Content, You Tube.
The return engagement at the Geffen will be directed by Jo Bonney, who staged the play's original production on both coasts., making her theater debut in an updated version of the play premiering in Los Angeles at the Geffen Playhouse next May.Metz will play the lead role of Helen in the edgy comedy-drama about a bright, funny, sexy plus-size librarian who begins dating a slick young professional named Tom, creating uncomfortable situations with his judgmental friends and co-workers, and gradually causing him to question the convictions of his own heart.The "Fifty Shades of Grey" star was spotted standing in the sound booth supporting her rumored boyfriend during his band Coldplay's concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Tuesday night, November 14.Some excited fans managed to take a slew of pictures of the actress, who was seen donning an orange velvet top and jeans at the concert."Sir Elton John is an international music legend who has captivated audiences across generations for more than five decades," Neil Portnow, president and chief executive officer of the Recording Academy, said in a statement Friday.