"It's new, but she hopes it will get to a more serious point." The source added: "She loves being in a relationship and dating one guy at a time; she is really excited about him." Fans have been taking a particularly keen interest in Bella's love life in recent weeks due to a series of details about her particular set of preferences that the 18-year-old shared on social media.
, the 29-year-old actress opened up about her decision. And I felt like, creatively, there were things I wanted to do differently, and I wanted to explore other avenues of film and TV,” Crystal explained. The last week was really hard because I have spent so much time with these people and with the crew and with the cast.
So I think the age difference was something I wanted to change as well because she’s 17. So I went to Jeff [Davis] and talked about it and he said, ‘We’ll write you a great ending.’” Crystal continued, “It was really difficult [to leave].
I’m open minded, though I accept change or new ideologies that oppose mine,” Tyler starts out.
“I’ve always been proud of where I’ve come, what I do and what I continue to do.” “That being said, I am a human and have problems and issues I need to work past.
I’ve always had some weird hang up when I get ‘serious’ in a relationship, it’s hard to pinpoint why or the origin of it but I feel it’s something that’s always kind of f***ed things up for me when things are getting good. At no fault to others in my past or present, I’ve just been able to open my eyes about it because of my girlfriend, Sophia.” “The reason why I like Instagram is because it documents your life for you. And as much as I’d like to share this just with my personal friends and family, I realize I have a platform and it’s cool to be honest and I I think it helps others who are going through the same.
It’s something that’s always gotten in the way for me and the others around, whether it be a romantic relationship or a friendship.” He continues, “I vow to give it my all to tackle these things and be the man the I should be.
Tell us about a time when you got in major trouble.
One time, I told my mom I was going to cheerleading practice, but I was really sneaking over to a guy's house.
And then, I read the script and I couldn’t believe it. I guess I did that because I’m here now, and it’s been the most fun experience I’ve ever had in my life. The bullets are filled with wolfsbane, which is a flower, and that hurts the werewolves and deteriorates their body from the inside.
(Show creator) Jeff [Davis] really had a masterpiece. POSEY: Yeah, I definitely put myself in his shoes, completely. And then, when he’s a werewolf, all he wants to do is kill people, so that’s what I’m thinking. POSEY: (Show creator) Jeff Davis is really good with keeping up with all of the mythology that’s already in place, and creating his own also. Werewolves are really fast healers, so their bodies are trying to heal the whole time, but they can’t because that prevents them from doing so.
Check out what they had to say after the jump: Question: How did you guys get involved with this show, and what was it about this project that was appealing to you?