“I knew the minute I met him that I would love him the rest of my life.” The other prime paternity possibility is Randy Stone, the openly gay casting-director friend of Foster who died of heart disease in 2007. Beverly Bates, recently told Britain’s Daily Mail, “Randy told me that Jodie said she’ll tell the boys who their father is when they’re 21.” Bates believes Stone is their father, although he never confirmed it: “He told me he had to sign documents.
You can always tell if a double-act are being forced, much like Ant & Dec. Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, however, are anything but forced.
You can see they actually get on and the press tour for The Nice Guys - which included a stop-off at last night's Graham Norton - has honestly been a delight.
Gibson was sitting with Charles, 14, and Kit, 12, at Foster’s table.
Foster has never revealed her handsome sons’ paternity and has reportedly said she won’t tell the boys until they turn 21.
“The kids look like him [Gibson] but blonder,” said one amateur genealogist.
If Gibson, a father of eight, donated his sperm to Foster, it would explain her fierce loyalty to the troubled star while the rest of Hollywood shunned him over his anti-Semitic remarks and abusive treatment of Oksana Grigorieva, the Russian girlfriend who bore his last child, Lucia, 3.
Crowe told a story about Michael Jackson prank-calling him, despite the fact that they never once met whilst Ryan Gosling talked about a time he licked a hairy man's belly during a Turkish massage. As well as Gosling and Crowe: Partners-In-Law, you also had a somewhat laidback Jodie Foster and Greg Davies - better known as Mr.
Gilbert from The Inbetweeners - on, who told a genuinely unbelievable, Naked Gun-inspired story about a hearing aid, his mother's underwear and Jackson Pollock.