Chris Patt and Anna Faris are no more together and theirs is one of the most difficult-to-digest Hollywood breakups.
Jennifer Lawrence is being accused of causing the couple, who have been married for eight years, to go their separate ways.
The pair, who were the very picture of the flawless down-to-earth Hollywood couple, would, according to Anna, often laugh and shrug off any tabloid rumors: “I’m really lucky that I have Chris and we laugh a lot about stupid stuff”.
Taking to their social media accounts yesterday, the two admitted that they had tried hard for such a long time and that they’re really disappointed with the outcome of the situation.
The statement added that the two had “cherished” their time together and “continue to have the deepest respect for one another”.
Instead, the popular Hollywood couple broke up over reasons that are more typically Hollywood and more typical of a lot of couples trying to juggle busy careers and questions about growing their family, TMZ says.
They disagreed on how many kids they wanted.. The media claim that during the filming of the tape Anna Faris looked down.
To say that that the news came as a shock was an understatement for fans of the couple who have always believed that the couple had an ideal relationship. Anna and Chris have one son already, four-year-old Jack.
In an interview in 2011 with Marie Claire, Faris said that when her career took off, her marriage to Indra ended.
Johansson said she will “never ever” talk about the end of her marriage for the sake of the couple’s daughter, Rose, born in 2014. She later co-starred alongside Sacha Baron Cohen in the controversial 2012 film The Dictator and told the BBC at the time that it was an “honour” working with him.
A source said: “It’s just insane”. They will project their own fantasies, biases and prejudices onto these people purely because they are in the public eye – it’s just what we do with famous people.
A TMZ report said that the separation had nothing to do with affairs or the fact that Anna and Chris might have done something “unforgivable”.