Q:Does one ever get used to the flashbulbs?
TF: It was awkward as a child and it’s still pretty awkward now—just standing there with this enormous smile on your face while a billion flashbulbs go off. It’s not something you get used to. Every year when I get lucky enough to go to a new city, promoting something or rather, I’m always surprised to see how far the Harry Potter films have reached. All across America, Canada, South America, it doesn’t seem I’ve been anywhere where people don’t know about the films, which is incredibly humbling.
saumsherri replied to your post “do you ever take a shower and a piece of your hair dries super fast…”
never wondered that actually haha
really? it happens to me all the time. it’s really annoying
do you ever take a shower and a piece of your hair dries super fast and it makes you wonder whether or not it actually got washed ???
To me, fame is not a positive thing. The idea of being famous is a lot better than the reality. It’s fantastic when you go to premieres and people cheer you, but it’s not real. And it’s totally not my approach to get my name on a club door just because I can.
I was mucking around with Audacity, listening to songs in reverse. For the fun of it, I put on everyone’s favorite song, Blurred Lines. And shockingly, I heard something I had never expected to hear. Robin Thicke was fooling us this whole time. He wasn’t trying to be misogynistic, he wanted us to listen closer to the song and understand that he in fact does believe his lady partner needs to be treated with the utmost respect.
You might find it VERY hard to believe, but I implore you to listen very closely (with headphones if you can, because it can be hard to hear). The message I’m talking about comes in around the 30 second mark.
After the 30sec mark I just kind of stared at my wall for the rest of the song trying to accept what I just heard.
Its just hard to believe.