You were the only good thing that happened this summer.
Yeah, both Sapna and I are in the UK so we get a lot less chances to see him than people in the US (me even more so since I’m nowhere near London). When he was doing promo for Holy Rollers we got invites to screenings and stuff with him but they were all in America so :/ that sucks. So the BAFTAs was the only chance one of us got to meet him and luckily it worked out. His agent or manager or whoever it was with him found out that Sapna worked on the website (the only one for him at the time, I believe) so I think they made a special effort to get him to meet her which was really nice of them. Here’s her post about it :)
So, yeah, I imagine meeting him at the stage door after something would be a lot calmer and give you more of a chance to actually say something to him. So anyone who is lucky enough to be anywhere near when this happens should take the chance!
But I imagine still getting to see him at a premiere is better than nothing! So fingers crossed there will be an LA premiere for you this summer :)
At a premiere or other event he is scheduled to attend is your best chance. Or at the stage door if he is doing theatre work.
One of the other girls who runs this blog met him on the red carpet when he went to the BAFTAs :)
Screen Daily report that Chris Eigeman’s “Midnight Sun,” a 1940s-set drama, has Jesse Eisenberg, Emile Hirsch and Diane Kruger all set to star in the project. Set against the backdrop of the creation of the A-bomb (indeed, Richard Rhodes, who won the Pulitzer for his book “The Making of the Atomic Bomb,” is consulting on the project), it follows two young post-grads (presumably Eisenberg and Hirsch) who, in 1943, are recruited by the government to work on a secret project. Any guesses as to what that secret project might be?
The extraordinary right brain, left brain combination of Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield.
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