Renee Zellweger keen for Jerry Maguire reunion18th Oct 16 | Entertainment News
Actress Renee Zellweger is eagerly awaiting her invitation to a 20th anniversary Jerry Maguire cast reunion.
December (16) will mark two decades since the comedy/drama hit theatres, and Renee would love the opportunity to celebrate the milestone with director Cameron Crowe and her co-stars, including Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Regina King, and Jonathan Lipnicki - but she's yet to receive word about any such plans.
The Bridget Jones's Baby star cannot believe so much time has passed since Cruise uttered the words "You complete me" to her movie character, single mum Dorothy Boyd.
"No, it's impossible! It can't be true!" she exclaimed to Entertainment Tonight as she expressed her disbelief about the years since the film came out.
Asked if she would be interested in catching up with her old castmates, she said, "Oh sure!", before quipping, "Why, are you hosting? Let's go!"
Renee reveals she has lots of great memories of shooting her first big blockbuster, particularly about Cruise, who would often remain on set for hours on end to help the actress film her scenes, even if his character was not on camera.
"It didn't matter who was walking across the room (filming solo scenes), he was determined to do it," she smiled.
And the onscreen couple has stayed in touch ever since. Renee gushed of Tom: "He's a really good person. He's a very, very good person."
The feeling is certainly mutual as Cruise recently remembered meeting Zellweger for the very first time.
"When she came in (to audition for Dorothy), there (was) just magic," he told ET while promoting his new movie, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, in Knoxville, Tennessee on Monday night (17Oct16). "You just saw this raw talent, just there. This spark - and it was wonderful."
He added of the production itself: "It was one of those experiences when you're making a movie, just things were coming together. It's what we all work for, where you just know. It's just firing on all cylinders, (and) was such a joy."
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