Mean Magazine 2008 Outtakes in a much better quality and untagged
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Editorial is entitled, “Shining Stars” and is shot by Paul Wetherall and styled by Michael Philouze. The article focuses on five different celebrities (three guys, two girls) that have special charities that they help sponsor.
The award ceremony will be taped live from the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, November 17th and premiere Monday, November 19th @ 8PM ET/PT on Nick at Nite. The 90-minute special will feature musical performances by Ne-Yo and Neon Trees, celebrity presenters and special surprises.
Matt Ferguson, 18, Hillsboro, Ore. (paired with Emma) – Matt Ferguson was inspired to start Matt’s Chemo Bags after finding out his mom had been diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. He began building bags of essential items (lotion, tissues, warm socks, a handmade blanket, a lap pillow, notebook) to distribute to women suffering from breast cancer in hopes that it would bring them the same comfort that a similar bag brought his own mother as she went through chemotherapy. His organization now services all of Oregon, Southwest Washington, and Northern California and has distributed over 7,500 bags.
Director Marc Webb, whose previous big-screen foray was the romantic (500) Days of Summer, explains, "When we tested them, there was fireworks. She could take on Andrew's improvisation and witticisms and one-up him. I mean, it was amazing to see them go back and forth. … It became an obvious combination, because that's what people are there for."
And Emma adds, "Marc Webb's biggest goal has been working out that relationship, and making sure it feels authentic, and he kind of brings it all back down to earth, even though we're operating in a superhero universe. It's certainly important to Andrew and I that this relationship would exist in a world of no superheroes."
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