Director Eli Roth & Lorenza Izzo Getting Divorced So They “Don’t F–cking Kill Each Other”
On Monday, Eli Roth and Lorenza Izzo released a joint statement on Instagram that they are getting divorced. The former couple writes, in both English and Spanish, that they are separating as a couple “with deep love and respect,” and that they “will remain the best of friends.” Izzo and Roth wish to continue working together creatively and ended their statement with a joke that they are “separating so we don’t f—ing kill each other.”
The director and actress collaborated on multiple projects together such as The Green Inferno, Knock Knock, Hemlock Grove and the upcoming family film The House With A Clock In Its Walls. The House with a Clock in Its Walls. Jack Black and Cate Blanchett star alongside Izzo in The House with a Clock in Its Walls, which will premiere in September.
Roth, now 46, and Izzo, 28, married in Izzo’s native country Chile in 2014. They have no children together. In an interview with UsWeekly, a wedding guest described the event as quite the spectacle. “There was a singer from Iceland, Brazilian dancers and a standee for My Big Fat Chilean Wedding that everyone posed with! At midnight, roast lamb was served and people drank and danced until 4 A.M.,” the source said.
Izzo and Roth seem to be taking their separation in stride and portraying both their relationship and the split in a positive light. The Instagram post was upbeat and hinted that their divorce is the end of their marriage, but not the end of their friendship or creative partnership.
Check out Eli Roth’s uInterview below.
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