Kevin Costner has said that he feels the pressure has remained relevant and so his “beautiful wife” is not tightened to “look anywhere else”.
The American actor, a star in a new Bonnie and Clyde biopic, said it was inspired to keep the standard of his work well under the responsibility of his father.
Costner, 64, is married to a model designer and handyman Christine Baumgartner, and they have two sons and a daughter.
He said: “For me, I try to stay relevant because I have three children who I play with – I play hard – and I try to take care of myself.
“I have a beautiful wife and I don't want to see anywhere else. I want to be something of her. I want to get involved in life. ”
Costner will feature in the film Netflix The Highwaymen, directed by John Lee Hancock.
The theme continues with Costner keepers Texas Frank Hamer, and Maney Gault, who played by Woody Harrelson, starring famous criminals.
Costner said the film would not be taken by traditional film directors and could only be done by Netflix, saying he hoped he would energize through the awards season.
After being challenged about the role of broadcasting services in the current landscape, he replied: “Well I am going to make a big film that will be on a big screen, so I'll scratch scripts t I run stories.
“Literacy has built my career – not just my natural charm. I rely on the words of writers and those who wrote myself, stories and how it was done.
“Films are really right at the moment and I suspect that they are going to arrange this situation, but this film will never be made to the big screen, it would never have been done t ever.
“I am glad that it is done, and I think that the debate about how it plays in the awards season, is going to settle that. ”
Passengers will be sent out on Netflix on Friday 29 March.
– Press Association