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She’s not promiscuous, per se, just more sexually liberated than most, leaving a lot of broken hearts in her wake.Pairing her with Matt is like offering a cashmere chew toy to a Doberman, although they get along better than anyone would have predicted — even if Willa doesn’t necessarily agree with Matt’s idea that they’re dating (she describes it more as “hanging out”).He had a small role in a handful of episodes of thriller series "24".His other TV and film credits include " The Pretender", "Almost Famous", "The Dust Factory", "Dear Wendy", "Lords of Dogtown", "The Final Season", "Main in the Chair", "The Forbidden Kingdom", "The Art of Getting By", "The English Teacher", "Empire State", and "Drunk History".A neat-and-tidy romantic comedy dedicated to capturing the messy reality of modern dating, Sam Boyd’s Los Angeles-set “In a Relationship” suggests what “La La Land” might have been if you took away the retro-chic musical numbers and sparkly, soda-fizz chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, leaving only commitment-phobic white people looking for connection in a city where there’s always something better around the corner.Though unlikely to land more than a day-and-date VOD release (or Netflix, if they’re lucky), the movie is much funnier than the vast majority of indie comedies, serving as a great audition piece for a career of sitcom directing.
While some fans might recognize the 30-year-old from a few prior projects, here's a snapshot of Michael's work and some overall interesting things to know about the actor in case you aren't familiar with him: Brooklyn, New York to be more specific.
He lost out on the role of Anakin Skywalker for "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace", and landed his first big role in "Little Secrets" with David Gallagher and Evan Rachel Wood in 2002.
He appeared as Elliot in several episodes of "Will & Grace" from 2001 until 2006 before scoring roles in "Seabiscuit", "Maniac Magee", "Summerland", "Sky High", and "Less than Perfect".
By focusing on two couples — one testing out a break after several years together, the other hooking up for the first time — Boyd presents an amusing before-and-after view of millennial mating rituals, such as they are.
That was also the conceit of his 2015 short film of the same name (which starred Dakota Johnson), a 20-minute, mockumentary-style investigation of how no-strings-attached 20-somethings define their sexual partners.