Orlando Bloom knows that he's one lucky guy! The actor praised his beautiful model wife, Miranda Kerr, at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his new movie The Good Doctor on Friday night. The new parents left baby Flynn at home for their night out, as they stepped onto the red carpet together. Take a look at the handsome couple, and find out what Miranda had to say about him!
Orlando Bloom was joined by his lovely wife, Miranda Kerr, Friday night at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of The Good Doctor. She walked the red carpet in a LBD and posed with Orlando before sneaking inside the theater while he spoke with the press. Orlando gushed about his "amazing" son Flynn and stay tuned for more from the red carpet in PopSugar Rush. The family of three have been bouncing back and forth between the East and West Coasts, but that didn't stop Orlando and Flynn from surprising swimsuit model Miranda on her 28th birthday with flowers, cake, and lots of surprises!
Orlando Bloom combed down his hair and got to work playing an MD on the set of a new movie, The Good Doctor, in LA yesterday. Orlando's Sundance film Sympathy for Delicious didn't exactly do it for Buzz, but perhaps his turn playing a demented doctor will be more our speed. If we're lucky there will be some shirtless action like we got used to seeing as he got into his rocker role.
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When I checked out Sympathy For Delicious at Sundance, I got a little worried that Orlando Bloom has been making the wrong career choices — though his acting is fine in the movie, his character is pretty one-dimensional. That's why I'm excited to hear that his next role sounds like something he can really sink his teeth into.
Bloom is attached to produce and star in The Good Doctor, an indie drama that's being described as "a Hitchcockian thriller." Before you start fantasizing about a mini McDreamy, here's a taste of the plot: Bloom plays a doctor who's desperate to impress his colleagues and get a little attention. When a teenage patient develops a crush on him, Bloom messes with her meds so she'll have to stay under his care (as a means to keep his self esteem on the up and up). Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen.
I'm really excited to see what Bloom can do with the role, especially since it'll be his first thriller. He's also got a solid group of supporting castmates lined up: Taraji P. Henson, J.K. Simmons, and Michael Pena are all in negotiations.
Are you interested in seeing Bloom in something new or are you still hoping he'll change his mind about Pirates of the Caribbean 4?