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When she was younger, she herself had battled with eating disorders. But while most people might be repelled at the thought of diving into such a personal issue onscreen, Collins saw an opportunity to excavate something true.“It's very rare that one gets the opportunity to wear shoes you once wore with a different mindset and perspective on things,” she tells There’s a lot about the disorder that Collins just “didn’t learn when I was going through it,” she continues. Collins, who has never met the iconic First Lady and plans on framing that letter, was shocked when she received it. Still, she found herself relating to the character in deeply personal ways, saying it was initially “terrifying” to go back into that mental space.
“I didn’t go into treatment, I didn’t seek out professional help. ”I knew what depriving yourself felt like.”The film was written and directed by Marti Noxon, who told the story from a personal place.
"It's just the beginning stages," a second insider tells Us.
“I’ve enjoyed meeting different people and spending time with people with all the cards on the table. And at my age too, dating is important, getting to know yourself by meeting different people, seeing what it’s all about.” Luckily for Nick, he avoided an encounter with Lily’s dad, who is known as much for his sharp tongue as his drumming skills. I’ve been to one of his shows with Genesis at the Hollywood Bowl.
Taking to Instagram and Who Say yet again, the actress shared a photo of Campbell Bower kissing her cheek.
Campbell Bower, meanwhile, dated a model named Matilda 2013, they were drawn to each other from the moment they became co-stars.
She too had battled with eating disorders, which is why she was able to imbue the story with a “sick kind of dark humor” that people close to the disorder will understand.
Collins describes one scene where her character is at dinner, but she’s so afraid of food that she chews it up, then spits it out at the table.
'I've enjoyed meeting different people and spending time with people with all the cards on the table.