One long-time actor friend of Chester-born Craig, who has worked regularly with him - and shared more than a few of the drunken nights to which the Bond star is occasionally partial - told the Mail this week: ‘Frankly, I think it’s a bit much he couldn’t let his old pals know.I really don’t understand why he feels the need for all this cloak-and-dagger silliness.’Perhaps it has something to do with the whirlwind nature of their race up the aisle - at the first hint of hasty nuptials, many would assume that the bride was already expecting.
If the act fails, it is only because Heike in person couldn't look less like a a zombie.
In fact, with her hair in a ponytail and her large cobalt-blue eyes, she has the face of a cartoon temptress, the sort who with a flutter of an eyelid would cause a libidinous wolf to bang himself over the head with an anvil.
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See full summary » Ambitious actor's agent - Felix (Clemens Schick) is at the top of his game in Germany and internationally - repping his hugely successful actress fiancée Rachel (Heike Makatsch).
The 31-year-old German actress is describing her role as Dr Lisa Addison in Resident Evil, last year's cult hit horror film.
'I'm alive at the beginning, then I die, then I come back as a zombie, then I die again, but then I come back in the flashbacks.' Then, just to show me what a good zombie she must have made, she fixes me with a demented stare, sticks out her tongue and lets out a gurgly zombie growl.
Could that be why Miss Weisz was so eager to become Mrs Craig?
While some of her circle in LA were letting it be known this week that the Japanese-American Miss Mitchell had stoically moved on, her father Christopher confessed to the Mail this week that her emotions remain very much on the raw side.
'It's got really fantastic actors in, I mean everyone - except Jude Law and Ewan Mc Gregor: they were "busy",' she jokes, raising an eyebrow in mock disapproval.