The sky is blue, water is wet, and Kathryn Hahn is in love with Rachel Weisz.
Once again, WandaVision and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery star Kathryn Hahn is declaring her undying love for fellow actor Rachel Weisz, this time on the red carpet for the highly-anticipated Knives Out sequel.
When she was asked by Variety about what it was like working with Daniel Craig for the first time, Hahn immediately started gushing about his wife, Oscar-winning actress Rachel Weisz.
"I think, woah, I'm in... I have such a crush on your wife! What am I going to say to you?" she said. "And then he turns out to be such a gifted physical comedian that is so surprising to me and unexpected. And such a kind and generous ensemble member and so funny and just the best. And I adore him."
Now, this is far from the first time that Hahn has shown how much she loves Weisz. A few years ago, Hahn and Weisz were both part of an actors' roundtable that also featured such luminaries as Glenn Close and Lady Gaga. However, Hahn could only keep her eyes on Weisz.
In the now-famous video, Hahn is seen staring lovingly at Weisz, reaching out for her, and reacting dramatically to everything she says. She's clearly enamored and hanging on every word out of Weisz' beautiful and talented mouth.
Last year, after working with Craig on the first Knives Out film, she went on Ellen to declare her undying love for Weisz and talk about that iconic video.
"Apparently there was a video sent around a couple years ago, of a roundtable I did with his amazing wife Rachel, in which it's set to the music I think from Carol in which I'm looking at her very longingly," Hahn told Ellen. "I feel like I'm representing all of humanity in this. And I tried to use this as my in for Daniel, and it didn't work."
"But anyway," she continued, "It looks like I'm madly in love with her, and I am! How can you not be?!"
Honestly, Kathryn, we're with you on this one! Hopefully, Hahn will get to spend more time with Weisz sometime soon!
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