London: Scottish actor Gerard Butler, who is looking for lasting love these days, says he is determined not to fall in love with movie co-stars after his previous on-set dalliances ended in "disaster".
Butler, 42, who has been linked to a string of Hollywood beauties including his 'The Bounty Hunter' co-star Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz, admits it is too easy to become infatuated with an actress while at work, Contactmusic reported.
"That's a dangerous path. When you're making a film with someone, you get to know them very well indeed and it's too easy to develop a sort of obsession with them that you think at the time might be love. But it isn't.
Since his previous affairs with co-stars ended as disasters, the actor does not want to fall in love with co-stars.
"Earlier in my career, I had a couple of relationships with co-stars and both times it was a disaster," he said.
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