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About emeyle

  • Birthday 09/17/1991

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    Myrtle Beach, SC
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    I like to spend time with my boyfriend, go shopping, walk around, and travel to different places.

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  1. Happy Birthday ;)

  2. Heeey~ Happy Birthday :D

  3. I <3 ScarJo! I heard this production was pretty amazing. He is suppose to play her her uncle. Sob it involves some classy Incest. XD
  4. Is it weird that I find Liev to be totally hot with those side chops? I am trying to figure out of it was that or the way he played Victor. It could be the black wool coat. XD
  5. I love these! Thanks little miss sunshine!
  6. I adored him for taking on Victor. I think he really transformed him. (This is coming from the cousin of Jake Kirby; Creator of X-men. as well a hugh X-men fan) ;] YAY for X-men! XD
  7. He pretty much MADE origins! I love Hugh- But Liev was what made the movie. He made a great Sabertooth. I laugh whenever I watch the first X-men. XD Tyler Mane. I mean don't get me wrong.... it was a great movie, but so many random "Meows". XD I adored the way Liev played Victor. Because Sabertooth is a pretty interesting character; Liev spiced him up. ;] Here are some more pics I'll have Origin Screencaps soon. :] WE totally need to keep this thread going. OH! Here is an interview I thought was interesting. :] Written by Steve ‘Frosty’ Weintraub Yesterday I attended the press day for Paramount Vantage’s upcoming film “Defiance”. If you aren’t familiar with the movie, it stars Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber and it’s based on the extraordinary true story of a group of Jews that banded together to survive in a forest during WW2. And while surviving would’ve been enough, they also managed to fight the Nazis and save over a thousand people. It really is an incredible story and in the coming weeks I’ll have interviews with most of the cast and director Edward Zwick. But let’s get to the reason you’re here. During my roundtable interview with Liev Schreiber, we managed to get him to talk about his next movie “X:Men Origins: Wolverine”, which arrives in theaters May 1st. While exact details on the story are still under wraps, we all know from reading the comic books that Sabertooth and Wolverine don’t get along…in fact, you could say they sort of hate each other. Of course the big question is why…and I think the film will explain it. Anyway, when we finally started talking about “Wolverine”, we managed to get him to talk about fighting Hugh Jackman, the fan reaction to his being Sabertooth, what he did to train for the part, and he told us that he was originally offered Striker but asked to play Victor Creed… With the movie coming out in about six months, you can expect tons of info to start hitting the net soon. Until then, here’s what Liev said. Q: You're in Wolverine. How much fun did you have being in that? Liev Schreiber: It was insanely fun. I felt again, I felt very self conscious initially because I knew fans didn't like that idea of me playing Sabertooth. I think I am perceived as a kind of urbane New York … I don't know maybe I've done too many movies with Jewish characters [laughter] and they're like "It's like Woody Allen playing Sabertooth" and I'm like no actually it's not. I'm 6 foot 3 I'm bigger than Hugh Jackman [laughter] I can do this. Q: Can you take him? LS: I can take him. [Laughter] No I really can. In fact I do. But the reality is that he's become - Hugh since I've known him, I've known him a long time - has become this colossus of a man. He's like he's huge and muscles everywhere and I have to play this guy who whoops his ass. So as soon as I was finished 'Defiance' I began this kind of four month training period, weight lifting period genocide of chickens phase of my life where I just got bigger and bigger and it was awful but amazing and fun. When I finally got there and I got to choreograph the fights with Hugh and get on the wire and do the work it was not just fun, I saw some footage it's pretty cool. Q: You’re listed twice in the Wolverine credits as Victor Creed and Sabertooth. Why is that? LS: [sinister laugh] What's that about? Victor Creed is Sabertooth. Q: So that's why it's listed twice? LS: Just wanted everybody to know I got a name. [Laughter] Q: Could you talk about how long you were filming and can you talk about what research you did? Did you read the comics? LS: I read the comics before I got offered the part. I mean, I knew the character really well. Initially I was asked to play Striker and I asked "is there any chance I might be able to play this Victor Creed guy?" The research that I did on it. Victor's particular mutant issue has nothing to do with his name Sabertooth, but that was the place I decided to start. Just what is a Sabertooth and how does that work? How do they move? What are their behavioral characteristics? I knew this stuff from the comic, I knew that he was just a complete savage street fighter and that was his MO but what I hadn't seen in some of the earlier films that I was curious to kind of pursue is what drives the guy and what are the kind of qualities- I guess for be it's the same thing with a character like Zus- rather than just say they're a violent brute what's the cocktail that makes the brute tick. Hopefully people will like it.
  8. Liev Schreiber Date of Birth: 4 October 1967, San Francisco, California, USA Birth Name:Isaac Liev Schreiber Nickname: Huggy Height: 6' 3" (1.91 m) Mini Bio: Liev (pronounced Lee-ev) is the son of Heather, a painter, and Tell Schreiber, a theatrical actor with a small role in The Keeper (1976). When he was one, the family moved from San Francisco to Canada. His parents were divorced when he was five. He and his mother moved to New York, where she drove a cab. During that time, they lived as squatters in abandoned buildings. His mother taught him to read, and she also forbade him from seeing color movies. He grew up seeing silent and black & white movies at a local revival house and particularly enjoyed those of Charles Chaplin. His mother now lives in an ashram in Virginia. He began acting at Hampshire College and continued at the Yale University School of Drama in 1992. He originally wanted to be a playwright, but his teacher encouraged him to become an actor. Mini Biography By: John Sacksteder Movies: Salt (2010) (post-production) .... Winter Every Day (2010) .... Ned Repo Men (2010) .... Frank Taking Woodstock (2009) .... Vilma X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) .... Victor Creed / Sabertooth Defiance (2008/I) .... Zus Bielski "Independent Lens" .... William Kunstler (1 episode, 2008) Love in the Time of Cholera (2007) .... Lotario Thugut Constantine's Sword (2007) (voice) .... Constantine "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" .... Michael Keppler (4 episodes, 2007) The Ten (2007) .... Ray Johnson The Painted Veil (2006) .... Charlie Townsend The Omen (2006) .... Robert Thorn Lackawanna Blues (2005) (TV) .... Ulysses Ford The Manchurian Candidate (2004) .... Raymond Shaw Spinning Boris (2003) .... Joe Shumate Hitler: The Rise of Evil (2003) (TV) .... Ernst Hanfstaengl Young Dr. Freud (2002) (TV) (voice) .... Sigmund Freud The Sum of All Fears (2002) .... John Clark Kate & Leopold (2001) .... Stuart Besser Dial 9 for Love (2001) .... James Scream 3 (2000) .... Cotton Weary Hamlet (2000) .... Laertes RKO 281 (1999) (TV) .... Orson Welles Spring Forward (1999) .... Paul The Hurricane (1999) .... Sam Chaiton Jakob the Liar (1999) .... Mischa A Walk on the Moon (1999) .... Marty Kantrowitz Desert Blue (1998) (voice) .... Mickey Moonday Since You've Been Gone (1998) (TV) .... Fred Linderhoff Twilight (1998) .... Jeff Willis Sphere (1998) .... Dr. Ted Fielding Phantoms (1998) .... Deputy Stuart 'Stu' Wargle Scream 2 (1997) .... Cotton Weary Baggage (1997) His and Hers (1997) .... Glenn Scream (1996/I) .... Cotton Weary Ransom (1996) .... Clark Barnes Big Night (1996) .... Leo Walking and Talking (1996) .... Andrew The Daytrippers (1996) .... Carl Petrovic Party Girl (1995) .... Nigel Mad Love (1995) .... Salesman Denise Calls Up (1995) .... Jerry Heckerman Buffalo Girls (1995) (TV) .... Ogden The Sunshine Boys (1995) (TV) .... Ricky Gregg Mixed Nuts (1994) .... Chris Janek: The Silent Betrayal (1994) (TV) .... Owens Producer:Spring Forward (1999) (associate producer) Director: Everything Is Illuminated (2005) Writer: Everything Is Illuminated (2005) (screenplay) Liev is my favorite actor. He is VERY underrated.
  9. ^___^ Good, because I can't get enough of this girl. XD
  10. http://www.mylifetime.com/shows/models-of-...els/erika-macke
  11. Wow these are just stunning! I wonder these come in bigger sizes? <3
  12. Merry Christmas girl :)

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