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Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts teaching sons to be generous

Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts teaching sons to be generousNew York, Dec 2 : Liev Schreiber has revealed that he and long-time girlfriend Naomi Watts are teaching their two sons to be charitable.

The ' Ray Donovan ' star told the New York Post that the couple is spending the holidays trying to find ways to teach their sons generosity and compassion.


Schreiber heading back to TV

Schreiber heading back to TVLondon, Dec 1 - Actor Liev Schreiber is returning to the small screen after four years with a new show about a professional fixer.

The 44-year-old, popularly known for his role in movies "Salt" and "X-Men Origins: Wolverine", will play the title character in "Ray Donovan", a story about a professional fixer who struggles to deal with his own family troubles.

Production for the programme is expected to begin early next year, reports dailystar. co. uk.


Schreiber gets ticket for wearing flip flops on scooter

Schreiber gets ticket for wearing flip flops on scooterLondon, Dec 28 - "The Manchurian Candidate" actor Liev Schreiber was given an unwanted Christmas present by the police in Sydney on Christmas Eve when he was handed a traffic ticket for wearing flip-flops while riding his scooter.

The "X-men Origins: Wolverine" actor spent the festive season down under with his partner Naomi Watts, who grew up in Australia, and their two sons.


Schreiber thrilled by Watts' love scene in movie

Schreiber thrilled by Watts' love scene in movieLondon, May 7 - Hollywood actor Liev Schreiber loved the sex scene between his partner Naomi Watts and Samuel L. Jackson in their new movie.

The "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" actor who has two children - Alexander, two, and 16-month-old Samuel - with Watts described the intimate encounter between his long-term partner and Jackson in new movie "Mother and Child" as "smoking hot", reports gossipblender. com.


When Schreiber spat in Johansson’s face during stage scene!

Scarlett-JohanssonLondon, Feb 20 : Actress Scarlett Johansson has revealed how she continued acting a scene even when actor Liev Schreiber’s saliva was dripping from her face.

Schreiber, 42, and Johansson, 25, were performing in Arthur Miller’s Broadway show ‘A View From The Bridge’ when the incident took place.

In the play Johansson portrays a 17-year-old girl in 1950s New York with Schreiber as her uncle, and they had to perform a scene in which they had a heated argument.


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