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They may have "consciously uncoupled" but Chris Martin says he and Gwyneth Paltrow are still "very close". The Coldplay singer said the couple still had a "lot of love" and there was "no scandal" behind their split.
Her approach to 'And So It Goes,' as for so many other films, is to 'just be in the moment' — an approach that the movie's director, Rob Reiner, says 'creates no false moments.'Her approach to 'And So It Goes,' as for so many other films, is to 'just be in the moment' — an approach that the movie's director, Rob Reiner, says 'creates no false moments.'