So turns out that minor knock that Daniel Agger gave Jack Wilshere in the England/Denmark game was actually a hairline fracture and he’s out for 6 weeks…
In some ways, the film is the ultimate nonrelationship movie. Lizzie and Darcy, the wealthy, single Netherfield Park visitor, have few actual encounters, and even fewer with positive results. But there is a smoldering in their glances, touches and what is not said. The fact that the two never consummate their relationship onscreen, even through a kiss, only adds to the tension.
I’ve been laughing at this for 5 years x)
"I do feel very sorry for him at that moment. Look, you see, there, Mary. She´s asking for it. Please ask ME.”
(Joe Wright, Director)
We’ll go down to the bar to meet everyone and they’d be like, “Right, we’re off” so we just have to go back up to our room for a sleepover. But that will change when I turn eighteen.
You surround yourself with good people. That’s what you do. You find someone better than you because then when you fail, you have to deal with their disappointment, and that’s what keeps you true.