Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz fears she may have killed her chance to land a role in a Judd Apatow comedy - because the filmmaker hasn't called since she drunkenly confessed her "passion for him" at a Hollywood party.
The Mummy star admits she's a big fan of the Superbad producer, and has been desperate to work on one of Apatow's films for years.
But she worries she went overboard when she professed her love for his work and is now convinced she's lost the opportunity to collaborate with him for good.
She says, "I worship Judd Apatow. I think he's extremely funny. His work is ground-breaking... I love his movies.
"I have actually met him a couple of times. I don't actually think it went that well... I'd had a few glasses of champagne. I went up to him and I was very intense about my passion for him...

"Maybe slurring a little bit. No (he hasn't called me)."

Weisz has already enjoyed movie success this year with The Lovely Bones, Agora and The Brothers Bloom and is all set to return with The Whistleblower.

Directed by Larysa Kondracki the movie also stars Monic Bellucci and Vanessa Redgrave and is based on the experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraska cop who served as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia and outed the U.N. for covering up a sex scandal.

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