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Mr. Timberlake reportedly had encouraged Miss Kunis to accept Sgt. Moore’s invitation while the pair were being interviewed on Fox News in connection with their upcoming movie, “Friends With Benefits.”
Cpl. De Santis’ video makes reference to Miss Kunis‘ invite: “So Justin, you want to call out my girl Mila? Well, I’m going to call you out and ask you to come to the Marine Corps Ball with me on Nov. 12 in Washington, D.C.
“And if you can’t go, all I have to say is, cry me a river. Hit me up.”
Emma Watson to balance college and film careers
One of the most endearing aspects of the “Harry Potter” film franchise has been the opportunity for viewers to watch the beloved characters grow up, on- and off-screen.
Fans have watched the film’s stars - Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint - grow not only as wizards, but also as actors.
The 21-year-old Miss Watson, who has portrayed the adorable Hermione Granger in all eight “Harry Potter” flicks, plans to continue her film career while pursuing her college degree this fall.
The studious actress, who has spent two years studying at Brown University in Providence, R.I., announced she will spend her third year studying English at Oxford University’s Worcester College. Although Miss Watson was rumored to have dropped out of Brown because of incessant heckling and teasing last year, she put those rumors to rest and said she’s still enrolled at Brown and will be attending Oxford through a study-abroad program in September.
“I’m going to Oxford in the fall, to study English for a year,” she told reporters Monday. “Just to explain, I haven’t left Brown. I’m still enrolled at Brown, but I’m doing my third year abroad to study - at home.”
She might be hitting the books, but the ambitious starlet has no plans to take a break from the big screen. This fall, she will star alongside an A-list cast including Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh in the drama “My Week With Marilyn.” Additionally, Miss Watson will spend the remainder of the summer shooting the big-screen adaptation of the novel “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” which will open early next year.
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