@emilybrowningfans said that it’ll be released at the 28th, but I’m not sure about this (‘cause I’m not seeing information too).
That’s what I thought so too! But I did my research/investigation, and if you will trace Em back to the Red Riding Hood premiere (March 7), you will notice that she arrived there alone. And the closest event that we see her again is at the Sucker Punch premiere, which was March 23 and, if you will check the photos, she’s already with Max- implying that they’ve certainly met at the RRH premiere and maybe they hit it off from there on. I’m not sure either why she’s there, I just think that celebs just go to random movie premieres just cause they can. #although i have this crazy theory that she’s trying to outshine amanda seyfried that night bec remember seyfried was orignally babydoll so #side note: am i a good detective or what
The reason is unbeknownst to the public. Em is so private about her life that we can only guess the reason- well unless she talks about it in the future. She’s currently dating Xavier Samuel.
They met at the Red Riding Hood premiere (March 2011) and broke up at around summer of 2012.
Well basically the DVD release for Magic Magic is still at August 6. It’s not available anywhere yet. Quite literally. But you can pre-order it at a lot of sites (eBay, Amazon, Barnes and Noble) online!
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You “Asked” in a critical moment, sir. Right now, I am so preoccupied with the university summer program that I barely can Queue anything anymore but thank you so so much for this! I needed this. Thanks! We’ll do our best to keep FYEB! running.
This is a legit question tho: What do you mean by ED? I first thought of it as erectile dysfunction tbh smh.
OK YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME THANKS FOR MAKING ME LOOK LIKE AN INADEQUATE ADMIN OF FYEB! (totally kidding)
I know la-romanesca gave a substantial answer to this, but I checked the
Answered messages links and I found none so here goes a section where Flaunt magazine explained it quite enchantingly:
It’s part of a longer quotation from the celebrated late choreographer Martha Graham that says, “…a blessed unrest that keeps us marching…” The full phrase, before and after what she’s permanently branded herself with, speaks of “a queer divine satisfaction” in how restlessness “makes us more alive than the others.”