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to link up with Sienna after she'd spent the night partying with their mutual pal Bradley Cooper and Noel Gallagher in the VIP Park backstage bar.They seemed keen to get away from prying eyes and made a dash for the Rabbit Hole, the festival's underground and exclusive venue, with a group of friends and were inseparable as they waited to go inside.""The party was cut short and they had to leave after five minutes because the venue was closing.However, multiple sources have told the "Sienna's finding it all very funny, with friends texting her about being dubbed Brienna.She's happily with Bennett and has no idea where these rumours keep coming from," one said."They're just not true. Byrne, the youngest of four – two sisters and a brother – is part of a close-knit family (her mother, Jane, was a schoolteacher; her father, Robin, worked in market research) that frequently kept her from becoming big-headed as her career took off.Troy beauty Rose Byrne has confessed that in the real world she doesn't think she's anything special. The most beautiful people from all over the world congregate in this one area. "I just had to stand behind Natalie [Portman] looking very demure," she purrs, in her soft Sydney accent.
A bird-like Rose Byrne teeters into the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles on towering Brian Atwood heels and sinks gracefully into a chair.It came in 2000 for her unstable blind girl in The Goddess of 1967, but the film slipped into obscurity.Then came her biggest film to date, Wolfgang Petersen's glossy take on Homer's The Iliad, Troy.Earlier this year she took the female lead opposite Nicolas Cage in the sci-fi thriller Knowing (the latest from Alex Proyas, the director of I, Robot), and she’s about to star in Adam, in which she has been cast with leading man-of-the-moment Hugh Dancy. ”’ Naturally, Byrne garnered plenty of attention as BP’s on-screen love interest.Byrne is also currently filming the comedy Get Him to the Greek with Russell Brand. 'When you work with someone of that stature, that’s all you’re going to be inundated with and asked about,’ she says. If I was reading a magazine, I’d want to know what he was like, too.’ Byrne constantly talks up her co-stars while underplaying her own performances as 'small roles on big films’, instead of celebrating her successes.