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How Hollywood stars build relationships after romance
many celebrities, such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Katy Perry, and Demi Moore, find an added spotlight for Hollywood hookups. Despite a few disastrous splits, some stars maintain amicable relationships with their exes as they move on to new romances.Gwyneth Paltrow and Dakota Johnson have formed a friendship, and an even more modern family unit, since the “Fifty Shades” actress started dating “Coldplay” frontman Chris Martin in 2017.Martin and Paltrow were married for 10 years and have two children together, Apple and Moses, but announced their separation as a “conscious uncoupling” in 2014. Their divorce was finalized in 2016, and they’ve remained an example when it comes to friendly exes in Tinseltown. The Academy Award-winner proved to be cool with her ex, his girlfriend and her new husband, Brad Falchuk, when the foursome was spotted hanging out on the beach in the Hamptons in 2019. Martin also tagged along on Paltrow’s honeymoon in the Maldives after she married Falchuk in September 2018, and Johnson was reportedly included on a family ski trip to Aspen, Colorado the same year. The Goop lifestyle brand founder previously discussed the “love” she has for Johnson in a 2020 Harper’s Bazaar interview.“I love her… I can see how it would seem weird because it’s sort of unconventional.
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Will Smith to be flooded with 'producers wanting to work with him' after Oscars slap
Will Smith is unlikely to face a "decade out in the cold" of Hollywood, despite being banned from the Oscars for 10 years for slapping Awards host Chris Rock.While Smith will likely struggle to appear in any significant films worthy of Oscar consideration, work opportunities in Tinseltown will not close to Smith.Industry experts say that the talented star could be lured to the small screen for a comeback - and will have offers to appear in lesser budget action films.Professionally the ban is a huge blow given Smith had spent the last decade reclaiming his status as a serious acting force culminating in an awards' season clean sweep for his work in King Richard.One US marketing consultant says Smith's immediate fate falls in the hands of Hollywood allies and cinemagoers.Smith, who was allowed to keep his gong for Best Actor, released a statement after the Friday night ban saying "I accept and respect the Academy's decision."Smith's career and earnings hang in the balance as film studios "pause for thought" over how to treat Smith moving forward.Marketing consultant Jeff Kelly believes Smith's career is not over and will "in time" be tabled acting role deals.Kelly, a consultant at entertainment PR firm PRrppd (corr) said: "There is no denying that the slap was despicable and the ban is harsh but justified."Mr Smith has apologized and while quiet, there is still strong affection for him in sections of Hollywood."It appears too easy to write his career off, his fate is a little more complicated.