(Whoops! Sorry for the momentary lapse in gravity. And no, we aren’t writing this from a barstool. Although that wouldn’t be a bad idea . . .)
Anyway, back to George. The poor lamb, who’s been praised by critics for his first directorial effort, “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” says that his demanding work schedule keeps interfering with his romantic relationships. He points to the demise of his three-year romance with French waitress (or was that model?) Celine Baltran as a prime example of his busy-busy-busy existence.
“I have decided to prioritize my life in such a way that work takes precedence,” he told the Sunday Mirror.
“If it means I won’t be able to see someone I’ve been involved with for two or three months at a time, that’s the kind of decision I’ve made regarding my life.”
George points out that he sometimes does films back-to-back, which means he can be away for six months at a clip. Which leaves his gal pals feeling neglected, to say the least.
“I feel driven to work,” he said. “I’m not driven when it comes to relationships.”