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Rose Byrne: Working with beau is intense

Published 05/06/2015

Rose Byrne
Rose Byrne

Rose Byrne has admitted her boyfriend Bobby Cannavale is a much better cook than she is.

The 35-year-old actress began dating fellow actor Bobby Cannavale in 2012 and the pair are currently promoting their new movie Spy.

And Rose reveals working with Bobby on set is a riveting experience on many fronts.

"[It] is a very intense thing you can experience together," Rose told People magazine of shooting films with her boyfriend. "It's not for everybody, but I think he's such a great actor."

Rose and Bobby have starred in other movies together, including 2014 releases Annie and Adult Beginners.

When they are not working with one another, the pair are most likely spending their free time in the kitchen.

"Bobby's a great cook," Rose gushed of her 45-year-old beau. "He's Cuban and he does a couple of really good Cuban dishes like arroz con pollo and Cuban cocktails. He's better than I am. I'm the good cleaner after!"

Bobby has previously gushed over how “incredible” his partner is.

The former Boardwalk Empire star thinks Rose is one of the most talented actresses in Hollywood right now.

"Yeah, and when you think about all those movies [Insidious, Get Him to the Greek and Bad Neighbours], here she is, she’s paired up with wildly different people - Seth Rogen and Patrick Wilson and all those girls in Bridesmaids and Russell Brand. It’s like she can work with anybody and she brings out the best in everybody and she really sort of grounds everything she’s in, in a really nice way. Yeah, I think seriously, she’s the kind of person that if you go and you know she’s in the movie, you’re in really good hands," Bobby smiled to comingsoon.net.

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