Val kilmer dating history
'It was obvious to me at the time that this was the biggest thing I'd been through,' he tells me. That something bad had happened.' He says he doesn't think it's quite so bad for his own children, who live with Whalley in Los Angeles. 'It's not seen as something bad now that parents just "love each other differently" and say the things that counsellors teach them to say when they don't know what to say to their kids.' Actually, I don't think he thinks divorce is normal or easy; I think it tears him apart.At one point he says, 'It's a really weird thing, modern divorce. That was kind of weird.' Kilmer and Whalley met on the set of the 1988 film Willow; within months they were married. But their careers kept them apart, and Kilmer was 'linked' with other women.His older brother, Mark, said, 'I am convinced that Val will have trouble with relationships until he seeks help.' But he sought the wrong kind of help; he reportedly told a film company secretary that she had 'awakened a flame inside of [him] like no other woman.' When he found out that Whalley had filed for divorce, Kilmer was away from home, working on a film - he caught the news on CNN in his hotel room.
Divorce, Kilmer felt, set him apart from his peers.
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He's been demonised by his ex-wife and has alienated virtually every director he has worked with: is Val Kilmer the most difficult actor in Hollywood, or its most ruthless perfectionist?
When he played Jim Morrison in The Doors he reportedly requested that the crew address him as 'Jim'. Mostly he speaks in a slow, slightly scary drawl, like Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Find her.' It turns out he's talking about the actress Scarlett Johansson - who, at the time of the interview, is in London to attend the Bafta ceremony.
The late John Frankenheimer, who directed Kilmer in The Island of Dr Moreau, said afterwards, 'I will never climb Mount Everest and I will never work with Val Kilmer again.' At the end of Kilmer's last scene in the film, he is reported to have said, 'Cut! 'And this is nothing new: Kilmer walked off the set of his first job because he could not get into his character's motivation. But he is given to sudden, rather alarming, changes of subject. Why he wants me to find her is never quite explained.