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…someone who likes what you like, someone who reads the same books or listens to the same music or likes to trash the same movies. Someone compatible…but not so compatible that they’re boring. You respect each other’s opinions and you can laugh at the same jokes, but I don’t know – there’s just something about not quite knowing what the other person’s gonna do at all times that’s just really exciting.

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Judd Nelson news:

He has 2 new projects coming out soon: an episode of a new series and another movie.


07/09/14: Investigation Discovery’s New Series “Heartbreakers” Features Roll Call of Famous Bad Boys and Vicious Vixens in the Roles They Were Born to Play

Featuring Kevin Sorbo, Jack Wagner, Judd Nelson, Rob Estes, Tracey Gold, Nicole Eggert, Jamie Luner, Christopher Knight, and Antonio Sabato, Jr., the series makes its world premiere debut on Wednesday, August 13. HEARTBREAKERS: “Tainted Love” Starring Judd Nelson, Kevin Sorbo, and Nicole Eggert World Premiere: Wednesday, August 27 at 10/9c On New Year’s Day in 1991, David Russell Miller (Nelson), a wealthy businessman, and Jayne (Eggert), a beautiful single mother, boarded a flight from Orlando to Los Angeles. It would change both of their lives. The chance encounter led to a whirlwind romance and a Valentine’s Day marriage six weeks later. It was a fairytale life full of expensive dinners, exotic travel and extravagant living that they both loved. But there would be no happy ending. After a few months of marriage, private investigator Bob Brown (Sorbo) made some starling discoveries about the dark secrets that had been hidden. Once exposed, a standoff occurred and one of them was left the victim of a brutal and gruesome killing in broad daylight.”

And the movie:

Judd Nelson (The Breakfast Club), Cloris Leechman, James Wolk (Mad Men), Mickey Sumner (Frances Ha), and René Auberjonois (Star Trek) have boarded indie comedy This Is Happening, the directorial debut of Ryan Jaffe. Jaffe also wrote and is producing the pic about a people-pleasing brother (Wolk) and pot-dealing sister (Sumner) who embark on a road trip to take their grandmother (Leachman) to an assisted-living facility. Jaffe penned the 2008 Fox Atomic Rainn Wilson comedy The Rocker. He’s producing for his Unguarded Content shingle alongside partner Scott Einziger, Lisa Barrett McGuire, and Matthew Weinberg. Rhino Films’ Stephen Nemeth is exec producer. Jaffe is repped by Paradigm, Mosaic, and attorney P.J. Shapiro. Wolk is repped by WME, Greenlight Management & Production) & Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC. Sumner is repped by ICM Partners, Barking Dog Entertainment, and Peikoff Mahan Law Offices. Leachman is a client of Innovative Artists and Juliet Green Management. Nelson is repped by Jean-Pierre Henraux. Auberjonois is repped by Paradigm.”
Source: deadline.com

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fullbodiedlovin:

Here’s to a week for the unconventional before and after photos, National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. For most of my life, I’ve been heavier, and consequently shamed and belittled for my weight.  When I started college, however, I weighed 103 pounds, was eating 400-600 calories a day, doing about 90 minutes of cardio daily, and most importantly, I was anorexic. I was 15 pounds underweight, but no one thought to say anything because they were too busy applauding me for my unnatural weight loss. This is me calling them out. This is my telling them they were wrong. This is me thanking my real life and tumblr friends for everything they have done to get me to the wonderful place I am today. So fuck you traditional pictures of “healthy”, I may be fat, but I beat my eating disorder. 

Beautiful!

fullbodiedlovin:

Here’s to a week for the unconventional before and after photos, National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. For most of my life, I’ve been heavier, and consequently shamed and belittled for my weight.  When I started college, however, I weighed 103 pounds, was eating 400-600 calories a day, doing about 90 minutes of cardio daily, and most importantly, I was anorexic. I was 15 pounds underweight, but no one thought to say anything because they were too busy applauding me for my unnatural weight loss. This is me calling them out. This is my telling them they were wrong. This is me thanking my real life and tumblr friends for everything they have done to get me to the wonderful place I am today. So fuck you traditional pictures of “healthy”, I may be fat, but I beat my eating disorder. 

Beautiful!

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