This spy's upcoming wedding is one covert operation.
Jason Statham is remaining tight-lipped about his impending nuptials to British stunner Rosie Huntington-Whitely. Much like the blond beauty's left-hand sparkler on the 2016 Golden Globe red carpet, the actor can't conceal his love for the former Victoria's Secret beauty.
"We're very happy," he told E! News' Marc Malkin. "She's a great girl."
Unfortunately, the action star won't be forwarding his wedding photos to our inboxes when the time comes.
"You'll be the last to see them," he joked to Malkin on the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet. We still can't stop imagining just how gorgeous they'll be!
Statham is much more open about his craft, particularly when it comes to working with acclaimed comedian Melissa McCarthy on the Golden Globe-nominated film Spy.
"Thank God it's not standup. That's a whole new, different thing, but if the writing's good and, you know, you're only as good as the person you are opposite," he complimented his co-star. "You're in the best possible hands and you can do your best work."
As a well-known action star, taking a tumble is a routine part of this actor's work.
"All of the stuff I do you've got a big potential of getting battered and bruised," he admitted. "We try and eliminate as much of that happening as we can, but you know, there's risks and things go wrong on movie sets."
Just like the adventurous characters he portrays, the 48-year-old insists injury is something to be addressed in the moment.
"Think about getting hurt if you get hurt," he said.
Spoken like a true thrill-seeker.