Clive Owen was seen around New York City playing the role of tour guide to his teenage daughter Hannah. She took photographs of the sights as her hunky dad grabbed a cab on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010. By the looks of the suitcase, it looks as if they either just arrived or are preparing to leave the Big Apple.
The British actor recently opened up about his role in the new David Schwimmer film, Trust about a girl who is targeted by an online sexual predator. As a father of two, it made him really think about his daughters and the dangers on the internet.
“It was a very powerful script and it was particularly resonant with me because I’ve got two girls that are hitting that Facebook age really, it’s the time when they’re beginning all that and I’ve got concerns like every parent. I thought this was a really strong examination of something we should all be careful and a little worried about.”
Clive added: “You don’t want to over-monitor your children but I think there has to be concerns. The minute my eldest daughter joined Facebook she had a number of messages from people she didn’t know wanting to become friends, this film examines that concern.”
Owen wrapped up work on the Juan Carlos Fresnadillo thriller, “Intruders” this summer. The story follows an 11 year old girl who is forced to confront her childhood demons.