Nice to see them both smiling for a change! Jason looks in great shape but have to agree with some comments about how Rosie dresses but I guess when your a model everyday has to be a fashion show for the paps & cameras.
@ Karen Yes, the trip was wonderful as every trip in the States! 🙂
After New York and Los Angeles Las Vegas was the last location of my trip.
I stayed at LV from March, 26 until March, 30.
In LA and Malibu I hoped to take a picture of Jason to share with all of you, but nothing! 😦 I did my best!
I spent a lot of time at the (little) mall and the beach of Malibu ( okay not just of Jason,I like the beach and the mall is a cosy place, but more time as usual, because I knew he lived at Malibu at this time 🙂 ) EXPECT last Sunday. And on Monday I saw pics of Jason and Rosie of Sunday from exactly the same place I was on SATURDAY! That´s life! 😦
One day I was on my way to my hotel as I came to a Bristol Farms Market and on the parking area was a black Audi A8! So I said to my female friend:” I must go into Bristol Farms, immediately!!!” ” You, need something?” “Nope, but there is a black Audi 8A!” I grinned and she understood what I meant and said to me, my behaviour were a bit embarrassing! I agreed with a grin and jumped into the market, but he was not there! I will be honest I felt a bit like a Stalker, but it was very exciting!!! And I would do it again 🙂 I guess (hope) you understand me and would do the same? 😉
I was at Chateau Marmont for three times ( it´s a wonderful, wonderful place to relax) and I thought with a bit of luck maybe I see him or Rosie, I guess it would be nice to see her in real, too!?
On a Wednesday I saw Justin Timberlake. I spent my birthday night with Justin Theroux ( in real he does not look like his age), Borat (Thankfully he didn´t wear his swimsuit 🙂 ) his wife Isla Fisher ( We shared the restrooms and a mirror and I noticed, she has beautiful hair) and at least Thomas Hayo.
All of them are nice people, but I preferred Jason! 🙂
Maybe at the next trip I have better fortune…… 🙂
I´d like to say something to the Americans of this side, it´s a matter close to my heart:
I want to make a huge compliment about the way you treat each other: With so much dignity and respect! Always patient with other people and you are so helpful!
You can be very proud of it !!! I feel always deeply ashamed about our (Germans) behaviour with each other. We should learn a lot of you……
@Blizzy I know what you mean as i’m English my mum met my dad ( he’s my step-dad but to me my dad) we move to America when i was almost nine as he was in the military and I just loved it over there. My family just accepted me and of course the southern hospitality is something to go by. We lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I just loved it in the stores, people really liked it because I was English. I want to go back and take my children I don’t think they would want to come back!! Would love to go to LA as my real dad is from there he worked for McDonald & Douglas aircraft, I have never met him so if I went I would try and find something about him?
I’m so glad you had a great time, I bet the sunshine was nice as we have had snow!
I bet lifestyle in LA is so cool as so many different people!
You ladies are so sweet to say such nice things about Americans. I am so happy that you met nice people. Blizzy I’m sorry you didn’t get to see Jason but at least you did get to breathe some of the same air he breathes. Would love to meet both you great women..
@Sara LA is fantastic! Sad to say, but the only place in the world I feel “at home” is Los Angeles. I would love to live there too, but my son doesn´t want to move away from Germany and we have a lot of pets (I am active in a animal protection) and I could never leave them alone, but who knows? In some years…..
You should try to find something about your dad – absolutely! I guess it´s important for you and maybe in some years your children have questions about their roots?
@oleredhead Thanks for your nice comment! It means a lot to me!
I agree totally about American hospitality. I just hope we Brits are as friendly in return. It’s a small planet, after all. My aunty married a Texan after the 2nd World War and raised her family in Albuquerque. It was an age when lots of American G.I.’s came and stole lots of British girls hearts. On an extended vacation to New Mexico my late Uncle Jack spent days driving us around Nevada, Arizona and California. Friendly people (curious about my English accent), beautiful landscapes (deserts, mountains and huge skies) and great food. I also want to take my son there, and I know we’ll be so welcome.
Regards the subject of ‘Hummingbird’ – it’s the 3rd part of Steven Knight’s trilogy looking @ London’s underbelly with themes of immigration and homelessness – which people don’t seem to think London suffers from, but it does. Jason did a lot of research and as his city he understands it. I think he’s really relishing the fact he can choose really good projects. He’s picked up so much knowledge from Guy and other directors. It annoys me when critics call him a one-trick pony. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it – Sly considers him the best action hero in the world – and that is some credit. And when they ask him if he’ll consider comedy – haven’t they watched ‘Snatch’ or ‘Crank’ where he ad-libs his way through these films? He’s a director’s dream. Has anyone ever noticed how he ‘flips the bird’ in interviews when he’s not entirely happy with the questioning? It’s subtle but it’s there. Good boy!
@adelegladwell I think that is what I like about Jason he isn’t worried about what people think and does the projects he wants to. He does a lot of research when he plays a part as he went into a prison for Death race.
Let’s not forget that the man never stops smiling and laughing in real life. And I don’t believe he has a problem with lots of lovely, intelligent women (and boyz) liking him – what man wouldn’t. If someone on his team decided to throw a spanner in the works – I don’t think it was on his say-so. He is British and he has manners. I think he’d probably be a bit upset. I grew up just down the coast from him – and I’m the same age as him – I held his pet monkey on one of my many holidays to Great Yarmouth (don’t bother visiting – it’s cold and windy). Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Me and Jason , aged about 8 years old, with the little monkey that’s featured in ‘Transporter’ – I pestered my dad until I got my picture taken with Jason’s monkey. It was all the rage back in the 70’s. Anyway … off to cook my Sunday lunch.