To show his loyalty towards being a father, Matthew admits to Metro that he has reduced his drinking level way down.He further pranks about how drinking while babysitting can help fathers to get onto the same level as their children. Sophie and Matthew’s son, Ralph According to The Star, his main concern about his career so far has been to be far away from the ones he loves."I'd seen the photograph of the sort of slightly mad professor and I just thought it'd be fantastic to go and see him… It's a film by Korean auteur Park Chan-wook, best known for Oldboy (part of his ultra-violent Vengeance trilogy), with a screenplay by Prison Break actor, Wentworth Miller – which takes Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt as its jumping-off point – starring Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska (if you're wondering, yes, it is as richly brilliant and bonkers as you'd expect a stew made from all those ingredients to be)."I'd gone through hell getting Stoker, which was not offered [to me] – Colin Firth fell out of the part and I spent a long time chasing the role, so I'd lost about a stone in weight on that one," he explains wryly.
Her boyfriend Matthew Goode is an English actor known for historical drama thriller film, The Imitation Game directed by Morten Tyldum.
Due to movie shoots, he has to be away from his children who are barely able to walk and talk properly.
He shares his dream during his interview – to own a country house at the shores of England, clean some debts off and get a few more good films.
Rarely, if ever, do the guys we feature in this column select the establishment. If it weren't for the shockingly blue eyes peeking out from behind a pair of smart lenses, I might have easily mistaken him for a handsome regular. Sometimes they look really green, and sometimes they're blue. So it kind of just ends up being other peoples' houses…Actually, most of it's a real joy because I'm seeing my friends who I haven't seen in while—like Benedict, Keira [Knightley]—and we're very aware of the importance of the Alan Turing story.
drink at The Egg Shop on New York's Lower East Side, I'm impressed. And rarer yet is the subject who, upon your arrival, is found hunched over a plate of sunny side ups at the bar. I can't wait to go back home and hang out in Hampstead and sit in the corner of a pub with him, but [fame] makes it harder and harder these days.