Hollywood stars dating younger men
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Whereas male movie stars are consistently paired with love interests 10 or 20 years their junior (see: who's been cast opposite Tom Cruise in the new Field pursues a man more than three decades her junior.
(2003) Nancy Meyers' rom com features both an older man-younger woman relationship and an older woman-younger man relationship.
At the outset, Jack Nicholson romances Amanda Peet, who plays Diane Keaton’s daughter. The movie, however, preaches that age-appropriate love interests are best: Keaton and Nicholson are the characters you want to be together — when you’re not ogling the gorgeous Hamptons interiors. Jake Gyllenhaal’s exceedingly creepy Lou Bloom blackmails local news director Nina Romina (Rene Russo) into sleeping with him.
Then, Julia discovers that Tom is using their torrid love affair to further his own acting ambitions. Darren (Daniel Craig) also happens to be married, and cheating on his wife with May's daughter. (1967)No name is more synonymous with these relationships than Mrs. Anne Bancroft is dead sexy as the iconic character who seduces Dustin Hoffman’s aimless Benjamin Braddock. Robinson also turns vicious as she tries to keep Benjamin from her daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross).
(1971)The age gap gets even wider in Hal Ashby's classic.