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However, multiple sources have told the "Sienna's finding it all very funny, with friends texting her about being dubbed Brienna.
She's happily with Bennett and has no idea where these rumours keep coming from," one said."They're just not true.
It’s a warm summer’s day and she’s wearing a sharp, grey Helmut Lang suit (a far cry from her usual casual style of jeans and T-shirts), which she smooths down before turning to me with a ready smile.
Despite her fragile appearance, the 30-year-old Australian actress has a self-assured air and an easy laugh.
Actor Brad Pitt recently opened up about his battle with alcoholism, and it has now been reported that he overcame his “self-inflicted” struggles with professional help.
According to Page Six, Brad reportedly went to rehab at a VIP facility in Los Angeles after his marriage with Angelina Jolie fell apart.
The hottest Australian export since Nicole Kidman, might get to kiss the likes of Brad Pitt and Josh Hartnett up on the big screen, but living in Los Angeles keeps her down to earth. You feel very average." However, she's certainly not complaining about a job that introduced her to Mr Pitt.
There's something quite Zelig-like about Rose Byrne., who reports that Miller and Pitt were spotted together at Glastonbury over the weekend.During a late-night party at Worthy Farm, "Brad and Sienna couldn't keep their hands off each other, touching and stroking each other at every opportunity," a source told the British tabloid (so take that for what it's worth). Brad had been keeping a relatively low profile at the festival, but emerged with the masses at 3 a.m.Earlier this year she took the female lead opposite Nicolas Cage in the sci-fi thriller Knowing (the latest from Alex Proyas, the director of I, Robot), and she’s about to star in Adam, in which she has been cast with leading man-of-the-moment Hugh Dancy. ”’ Naturally, Byrne garnered plenty of attention as BP’s on-screen love interest.Byrne is also currently filming the comedy Get Him to the Greek with Russell Brand. 'When you work with someone of that stature, that’s all you’re going to be inundated with and asked about,’ she says. If I was reading a magazine, I’d want to know what he was like, too.’ Byrne constantly talks up her co-stars while underplaying her own performances as 'small roles on big films’, instead of celebrating her successes.