The British screen stars appear alongside Johnny Depp in PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL, where a romance develops between Knightley's character ELIZABETH SWANN and Bloom's WILL TURNER.
But what should have been a pleasantly memorable experience for most young actresses was ruined for 20-year-old Knightley by envious youngsters on the set.
She explains, "Somebody thought it would be a great idea if they brought their teenage daughters along to the set on the day that we did the kissing scene - I thought I was gonna die! I thought they'd stampede me with the evil eyes I was getting from all of them."02/07/2003 09:21
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