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In July 2008, the couple revealed that their engagement had come to an end; however they reconciled in autumn and got married on Valentine’s Day 2009 in Paris.
As if that was not enough- they got married for a second time and repeated their vows on the 25 April 2009 in Venice- two of the most romantic places in the world.
Norton did a top-to-bottom rewrite of the finished script after many other screenwriters, including Gregory Nava, Walter Salles and Clancy Sigal among others, contributed enough to get their names on the credits.
But Norton apparently had fresh enough eyes, and good enough sense of Hayek, to reshape parts of the script to suit her. Norton, by the way, is one of a handful of "star" cameos in Frida, which are designed to lure in wary audiences.
) stood in the way — but the path was finally cleared, and Hayek managed to combine with stage genius Julie Taymor (Broadway's still-astonishing Lion King) to make the movie of her dreams. It doesn't open until October, and maybe even then only a handful of people will see it, but I hope that is not the case.
Taymor, who made the overreaching, ambitious Titus with Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange, has at last found the proper material to establish her as a film director.
Yes, their wedding details are still stacked away in their private albums somewhere, but Us Weekly did confirm in 2012 that they got married before having their baby boy.
We always had nice conversations, but I never understood exactly what she was up to.
All I can say is thank goodness this stuff wasn't cut.Whether it is getting engaged or getting married, they have always managed to keep themselves away from the tabloid headlines. It got me & the family safely around through the wettest Malibu winter in memory.gracias #bmw pic.twitter.com/GYw L7Msv Fd — Edward Norton (@Edward Norton) April 1, 2017 Norton and Robertson's engagement was a huge secret affair but so was their marriage!At the same time Hayek and co-star Alfred Molina, who plays Kahlo's longtime husband and fellow artist Diego Rivera, keep the action moving. They are always painting, and their entity, as such, improves upon the Jackson Pollock/Lee Krasner marriage in last year's Pollock.