Jodie Turner-Smith and her husband Joshua Jackson have one of Hollywood’s most lovey-dovey secret relationships. The pair often do not express their love for themselves in the media or have moments of public display of affection. However, on those few occasions when they choose to give fans a glimpse into their love life, one can see that the bond they share is quite profound.
Following a recent announcement that entails Jackson’s upcoming feature in a new sizzling series, Turner-Smith has dropped a reaction that revealed the couple might have a kinky side to their relationship.
Read on for more details.
‘I Can’t Wait To See My Husband, F**king On Screen Again’
Speaking to Vanity Fair, Jodie Turner-Smith referred to her husband Joshua Jackson as a “sex symbol.” She made the proclamation while expressing her delight at the news that Jackson will feature alongside Lizzy Caplan in a Paramount + TV series version of “Fatal Attraction.” Additionally, she pointed out she anticipated viewing her husband engage in a steamy tryst on-screen.
“I’m looking forward to seeing my spouse fucking on TV once more.” Turner-Smith told the news publication. “I’m like, let’s go,” she added.
While the content is “quite gloomy,” the “Queen & Slim” star went on to label Jackson as “hot” in the Paramount + program.
About her husband’s “Fatal Attraction” character, Turner-Smith said, “He fucks around on his wife, and only because she goes nuts does he sort of figure out that he needs to redeem himself.”
She added, “I love to see him do stuff where he can continue to lean into the idea of him as the sex symbol that he is because he’s a sex symbol.”
According to Deadline, “Fatal Attraction” was scripted by Alexandra Cunningham alongside Kevin J. Hynes. Cunningham also stars in a vital role as showrunner and will join the production team alongside Hynes and Amblin Television presidents Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey.
The series addresses the perennial themes of marriage and adultery through the perspective of current perceptions regarding strong women, personality disorders, and controlling behavior. Jackson will portray Dan Gallagher, focusing on his lover’s (Caplan) passion after their brief sexual encounter.
In the upcoming show, both Caplan and Jackson will reunite with David Nevins, who selected them as headliners in the Showtime series “Masters of Sex” and “The Affair,” respectively. Nevins also handles scripted shows for Paramount+ alongside his job functions as Chief Content Officer, Scripted Originals, Paramount+ & Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Showtime Networks.
Paramount+ Showrunners Are Happy To Collaborate With Caplan and Jackson
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In a recent announcement about the series, one of the showrunners disclosed that the media house was very pleased about their collaboration with Caplan and Jackson.
“Joshua is an incredible talent who creates beautifully complicated characters on both the screen and stage,” disclosed Nicole Clemens, President, Paramount+ Original Scripted Series. “He and Lizzy are perfectly matched to tell a nuanced and modern narrative about the complexities of the human psyche. We’re thrilled to partner with them to bring this provocative and captivating story to a new generation.”
Paramount+’s “Fatal Attraction” is inspired by the classic 1980s psychosexual thriller film of the same name, in which Michael Douglas and Glenn Close portrayed the two main acts.
Turner-Smith And Jackson’s Features
Jackson is presently acting in the Peacock limited series “Dr. Death” as the eponymous character, for which he got a Critics Choice Award Nomination for Best Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television. The actor also recently appeared in the Hulu limited series “Little Fires Everywhere” alongside Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington and in Ava DuVernay’s Netflix limited series “When They See Us.”
On the other hand, Turner-Smith will star in “The Independent,” an upcoming American political thriller film directed by Amy Rice and written by Evan Parter. Likewise, the actress will feature in “White Noise” and a sequel to “Murder Mystery.”
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