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Hilary Swank Not Talking Marriage with Boyfriend – Yet

Originally posted 11/04/2009 03:40PM

There's no doubting that Hilary Swank is a daring actress – she learned how to fly to play aviatrix Amelia Earhart for the biopic Amelia, after all. But when it comes to taking the plunge into a second marriage, she's more cautious.

"It's not something we're talking about," she tells Oprah Winfrey on her show Wednesday when asked about her future plans with her boyfriend of three years John Campisi. "I don't know. We'll see."

But Swank, who divorced Chad Lowe in 2006, is still a daredevil when it comes to other aspects of their relationship.

"I went to pick up my boyfriend from a meeting in Vegas," Swank, 35, says of learning to fly a plane. "I canceled his flight and showed up, and he saw the plane and he said, 'I have to get in there?' I said, 'We flew all this way, you better get in.' And then he white-knuckled it the whole way."
Michael Y. Park

Filed Under: Amelia, Hilary Swank
Credit: Courtesy of FOX
FIRST LOOK: Poster for Hilary Swank's Amelia | Hilary Swank

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FIRST LOOK: Poster for Hilary Swank's Amelia

Originally posted 08/12/2009 09:25AM

Hilary Swank stars as one of aviation's most beloved and inspiring figures, Amelia Earhart, in Amelia – and People.com has a first look at the highly-anticipated film's official poster.

Swank is dramatically posed in front of a plane with only the wings and propellers visible beyond her profile. The film follows Earhart's journey from unknown amateur aviator to America's sweetheart and finally to her world-renowned mission around the world and disappearance in 1937.

Also starring in film: Richard Gere, who plays Earhart's husband, George P. Putnam, and Ewan McGregor, who is Earhart's friend and lover, Gene Vidal.

Amelia, directed by Mira Nair, hits theaters Oct. 23.
Marla Lehner


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