The 'Resident Evil' star and director tie the knot after seven years.
It's a match made in post-apocalyptic zombie hell—but in a good way!
This Sunday, actress Milla Jovovich married Resident Evil director Paul W. S. Anderson (not to be confused with Paul Thomas Anderson, who is SNL's Maya Rudolph's flame, or Wes Anderson). The couple met when Anderson was directing the 2002 box-office hit in which Jovovich starred as Alice, a scantily-clad zombie-killer. In 2006, they welcomed a daughter, Ever Gabo. The New Way To Have It All: First Baby, Then Love
"Having a child has completely changed the way I look at my life," Jovovich told People earlier this year. "I don't worry about my career or what other people think about me. My main priority now is my child and my family."
The pair sealed the deal last night in a small sunset ceremony at their Beverly Hills home. According to People.com, the bride, 33, wore a dress she designed herself and the couple exchanged matching Neil Lane gold wedding bands.
The model-turned-actress is famous for her sci-fi roles, including some pretty heinous ones—not that Resident Evil is an Oscar-winner, but did anyone see Ultraviolet? And Paul W. S. Anderson gifted the world in 1995 with his directorial contribution to the Mortal Kombat film franchise. So here's to hoping the happy couple make many, many more ridiculous sci-fi flicks to come. Mazel tov! Read: 7 Best Husbands Of Sci-Fi TV
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