I’ve been known as a guy that just did a lot of things.
And, you know, actors come up and just blatantly hit on my wife in front of me and don't even look at me," he told Chris was cognizant of how being part of a power couple could affect their relationship. It's a little different, because she's achieved enough to hang her hat on for her life, anyways," Chris said. She's always gonna be known for really funny and great work, critically acclaimed work and successful stuff."The balance of power began to shift in 2014, when Chris became an international movie star thanks to his leading role in .
Speaking to ES Magazine, James - who came to prominence in Freaks and Geeks - remained coy about his relationship but was happy to confirm the exciting turn his personal life. And how much of my identity was wrapped up in work.' Adding: 'I was a person that was incapable of settling down with anyone because I was so self-consumed before. I was so scared to be vulnerable that I made myself busy every minute of the day, so I had an excuse. It’s not like I went out and had to buy a Ferrari or anything like that.
But I didn't realise until it started to hurt enough.' Now reflecting on his 'midlife crisis', James told ES Magazine that he had 'hit a wall' over the past year but has found what is meaningful to him. 'It was more about re-prioritising and figuring out what was meaningful.
"We just are sort of cherishing these times."And yet, the reports of marital strife continued.
"We grapple with the idea of being a public couple.