Kevin Costner and Diane Lane reteaming for new drama

Kevin Costner is reuniting with his Man of Steel co-star Diane Lane on a new thriller.The two Hollywood stars played Superman’s mum and dad Jonathan and Martha Kent in the 2013 movie, with them both reprising their roles three years later in Batman v S…

Kevin Costner is reuniting with his Man of Steel co-star Diane Lane on a new thriller.

The two Hollywood stars played Superman’s mum and dad Jonathan and Martha Kent in the 2013 movie, with them both reprising their roles three years later in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

They’ve now been tapped by The Family Stone filmmaker Thomas Bezucha for Let Him Go, with Bezucha serving as both writer and director on the project.

According to Deadline, Costner and Lane star as retired sheriff George Blackledge and his wife Margaret who, following the loss of their son, leave their Montana ranch to rescue their young grandson from the clutches of a dangerous family living off the grid in the Dakotas, headed by matriarch Blanche Weboy. When they discover the Weboys have no intention of letting the child go, George and Margaret are left with no choice but to fight for their family.

Filming is due to begin in the spring (19), with Bezucha also co-producing, alongside Paula Mazur and Mitchell Kaplan of The Mazur Kaplan Company.

Let Him Go is based on Larry Watson’s 2013 novel of the same name, and is being made at Focus Features.

Costner, 64, will soon be hitting the promo trail for new Bonnie & Clyde movie The Highwaymen, with co-stars Woody Harrelson and Kathy Bates. The Netflix production follows Costner and Harrelson, who play two cops who come out of retirement to track down Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in 1930s America. And he’ll be seen opposite Amanda Seyfried and Milo Ventimiglia in The Art of Racing in the Rain later this year.

Lane has most recently been seen in Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway’s sci-fi drama Serenity. She’s also working on an untitled Reed Morano film and new TV series Y.

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Matthew McConaughey shared crush on Diane Lane before filming Serenity together

Matthew McConaughey had to come clean about his longtime crush on Diane Lane before they filmed scenes as lovers in new movie Serenity. The Dallas Buyers Club star, 49, admits he has harboured a soft spot in his heart for the actress ever since settin…

Matthew McConaughey had to come clean about his longtime crush on Diane Lane before they filmed scenes as lovers in new movie Serenity.

The Dallas Buyers Club star, 49, admits he has harboured a soft spot in his heart for the actress ever since setting sight on her character in 1989 TV mini-series Lonesome Dove, so he couldn’t hide his joy at working alongside Lane in the new thriller.

“I had to admit something that was probably true for a lot of people, that was (she was) my first crush,” Matthew shared on U.S. breakfast show Good Morning America on Thursday (24Jan19). “Remember Lorie Darlin’ in Lonesome Dove?

“And she looks the same today as she did then, so when I first met her, we were gonna have our first scene together, I said, ‘I’ve gotta level with you – you’re my first crush and I’ve had a crush on you since Lorie Darlin’ in Lonesome Dove.'”

Matthew’s sweet confession while filming in Mauritius back in 2017 apparently didn’t leave much of an impression on Diane, as she soon forgot about his crush – but the Oscar winner is convinced it’s all a ploy.

“I had to remind her of that again,” he smiled. “Someone asked her that last night (at the New York premiere), and she goes, ‘I don’t remember that,’ and I go, ‘Oh, you just wanna hear me tell you that again!'”

However, Diane insists that isn’t the case, as she was simply embarrassed.

“I think I blocked it out,” the 54-year-old beauty told Entertainment Tonight about Matthew’s crush confession. “I don’t think he lied (about telling me) – I think he did say that to me, day one – and I just had whiteout.”

“I couldn’t cope,” she explained. “I said…, ‘Thank you for the compliment. I’m dying, and… love you, too babe.'”

Serenity, which also stars Anne Hathaway and Jason Clarke, opens in theatres this week (25Jan19).

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Diane Lane keeps all of her old perfumes

Diane Lane can’t bear to part with her favourite perfumes.Whether she is running errands while off-duty or stepping out at red carpet events, the Under the Tuscan Sun actress always looks elegant.While Diane has all of the latest beauty products at her…

Diane Lane can’t bear to part with her favourite perfumes.

Whether she is running errands while off-duty or stepping out at red carpet events, the Under the Tuscan Sun actress always looks elegant.

While Diane has all of the latest beauty products at her fingertips, she has now shared that it is fragrances that she can’t help but collect.

“I probably need an intervention in this department,” she told The New York Times. “I keep all of my old perfumes. If I smell one, it’ll take me directly to what it reminds me of. Sometimes it’s a genie in a bottle that should definitely stay in the bottle. I once worked with a very famous actress who used perfume to give each character a reference.”

Diane went on to share that she tends to opt for fragrances with a hint of vetiver and is a fan of the classic men’s scents from the ’80s and ’90s.

In addition, the star spoke about her skincare regime and explained that she invests in products made by experts who really know their stuff.

“When it comes to choosing which skincare products I use, I keep going back to the women I actually have a whole lot of respect for. They are facialists who have their own product lines. I throw in some other stuff, too, but in general they are my tried and true,” the 53-year-old insisted.

Diane is “fed up” with hearing about anti-ageing formulas and instead chooses gentle products which hydrate her skin such as Arcona’s Lavender Hydrasol, Dr. Bronner’s lip balm, and Tracie Martyn’s Amla Purifying Cleanser.

And to help her skin further, she likes to wear a hat to protect her face.

“I’m also into big hats… I don’t care if I look like a gardener. Right now, I probably have eight sun hats mashed up with reusable grocery bags in the back of my car,” she smiled.

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