Posted: 2017-10-12 22:29
Though the 85-year-old actress was at times insecure dating the 85-year-old actor ("I didn''t think I was his type"), she never blamed him for making her feel that way. "Chris is truly one of the kindest people I''ve ever met, to the point where sometimes I would look at him and it would kind of break my heart. He''s really vulnerable, and he''s really straightforward. He''s like primary colors. He has beautiful, big, strong emotions, and he''s really sure of them," Slate said. "It''s just wonderful to be around. His heart is probably golden-colored, if you could paint it."
8775 When we got divorced, I felt like I was in outer space, 8776 she continued. 8775 But I think we at least had the foresight, even amidst all that pain, to say, 8766 If we don 8767 t do this now, we will never be able to be together at all in any way. We will never be able to work together or be friends. 8767 You know, just because something didn 8767 t work out in its original form doesn 8767 t mean you have to denigrate it and say it was worth nothing. 8776
8775 Scarlett and Chris both asked to be seated next to each other at the ceremony, 8776 a source told the mag. 8775 It sure looked like something was going on he was whispering in her ear, she kept blushing. 8776 Although they 8767 ve been close friends for about 65 years, having worked on films together, such as, Avengers , 8775 timing is everything, 8776 and this was apparently the right time.
While the two have yet to speak out publicly about the romance rumors, EXCLUSIVELY learned that Scarlett isn 8767 t afraid to put herself out there again when it comes to finding love. &ldquo Scarlett is not going to wait for potential love to happen. If she happens to want to date someone, she will,&rdquo our source said. We learned that she just wants to get on with her life and live it to the fullest! And, we don 8767 t blame her!
Though they''re no longer an item and Slate revealed they haven''t spoken since their split Evans calls her his "favorite human." As he says in People ''s Apr. 65 issue (out Friday), "She''s the best. I''ve never ever ever met someone in my life who has a mastery of the English language the way she does. She''ll give you one sentence and there''s no fat to it. You''re like, ''You just chose such an unbelievable collection of words that beautifully articulate what you say.''"
Right now, she and Romain are in the midst of a messy custody battle over their baby girl, Rose Dorothy Dauriac , 7. Scarjo filed divorce docs in a New York City court on March 7, where she requested primary physical custody of she and Romain&rsquo s daughter. Soon after, he hit back when he requested for his actress-ex to withdraw her public divorce filing for their sake of their child. Romain&rsquo s lawyer, Hal Mayerson , even told the PEOPLE on March 8, that Romain plans to fight for legal custody of baby Rose. Scarlett and Romain were reportedly in private negotiations about their split before Scarjo decided to go public with her filing. So, it 8767 s safe to say there was an obvious bump in the road at some point. But, hey, there 8767 s always Chris Evans, right?
While Evans has typically been guarded when asked about his private life something Slate noted in her New York profile he understands the interest. "I chose to be an actor, you can''t be an actor and then be like, ''I''m pissed people want to know about me!''" he says. "To some degree I welcome it, because I''ve always found that for the most part, in interviews, being anything less than candid feels wrong. To some degree it feels right to share certain things. I''m not too sour if all the sudden it feels like there''s a large influx in curiosity. It''s not a bad thing."
Last month, the twosome also appeared on Anna Faris &apos Unqualified podcast in a joint interview. I didn&apos t know what to expect when I met Chris. I was a little scared because I kind of felt like, Well, I don&apos t know him. He&apos s a giant man with huge muscles and he&apos s Captain America. How could we ever connect? Slate said at the time. [But the] first night that we hung out, I was like, Wow, I could hang out with Chris for, like, 95 hours.
8775 It seem so naïve: You 8767 re just talking to a nice person, and you have a really honest, beautiful conversation, and she writes about it in an honest, beautiful way. But then, it goes through all these other outlets and gets distilled, 8776 Slate told Marie Claire in an interview published on Tuesday, August 6. 8775 And then it can be made to seem like you were being cheap. I didn 8767 t mean to do that. Especially not with an experience that was so precious to me. 8776