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Rosario Dawson on Reading Seven Pounds Script: ‘I Was a Weepy Mess’

Rosario Dawson, who is back in the movie business after taking time off for the election, sobbed the first time she read the script for her upcoming film, Seven Pounds, on a flight to Los Angeles.

Playing a woman with a heart condition who falls for Smith’s character, Dawson said, “I loved it so much… I’m not a public crier per se, and I’m just sitting on this plane with people… I was a weepy mess.”

After seeing the drama (due out this Christmas) at a screening with her costar, Dawson added, “I was sitting there… crying, with a tissue, trying to be cool about it. Will walked out crying and I was like, ‘Oh, thank God – not just me.'”

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  1. This is my first-time reading your blog write-up. I personally use a personal approach with my visitors and also engage in further conversation with twitter and other social networking sites and it really helps me connect with the individuals of interest on this issue. When I’ve examined other blogs, personally i think like I know all of them with a mix of personal reports and writing while they speak. However, occasionally they don’t give personal stories – so their own writing really tends to make this topic hard to understand.

  2. James Weir

    Fantastic film, has to be the best Will Smith film EVER made so far!!!! the film was shot beautifully and the cast was very believable as their characters…
    this is one film you shouldn’t miss this and if you do Pitty on you!!!
    I give this film A 10 out of 10.

    And Will Smith what an outstanding performance!!!
    please come to the uk for a gig soon (*if he reads this*)
    glasgow to be exact ot even better edinburgh 😀

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Rosario Dawson on Reading Seven Pounds Script: ‘I Was a Weepy Mess’

Categories: Movies.

Rosario Dawson, who is back in the movie business after taking time off for the election, sobbed the first time she read the script for her upcoming film, Seven Pounds, on a flight to Los Angeles.

Playing a woman with a heart condition who falls for Smith’s character, Dawson said, “I loved it so much… I’m not a public crier per se, and I’m just sitting on this plane with people… I was a weepy mess.”

After seeing the drama (due out this Christmas) at a screening with her costar, Dawson added, “I was sitting there… crying, with a tissue, trying to be cool about it. Will walked out crying and I was like, ‘Oh, thank God – not just me.'”

Categories: Movies.

Comments

  1. This is my first-time reading your blog write-up. I personally use a personal approach with my visitors and also engage in further conversation with twitter and other social networking sites and it really helps me connect with the individuals of interest on this issue. When I’ve examined other blogs, personally i think like I know all of them with a mix of personal reports and writing while they speak. However, occasionally they don’t give personal stories – so their own writing really tends to make this topic hard to understand.

  2. James Weir

    Fantastic film, has to be the best Will Smith film EVER made so far!!!! the film was shot beautifully and the cast was very believable as their characters…
    this is one film you shouldn’t miss this and if you do Pitty on you!!!
    I give this film A 10 out of 10.

    And Will Smith what an outstanding performance!!!
    please come to the uk for a gig soon (*if he reads this*)
    glasgow to be exact ot even better edinburgh 😀

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