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He is tall, fine-boned and looks younger than his 30 years.
His good looks are obvious, but with an everyman quality, as Julie Taymor notes during a phone conversation a few days later.
The Girl in the Park was written and directed by Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn in his directorial debut. The film premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival, it has since been picked up by The Weinstein Company. Alissa Simon of Variety wrote that Bosworth "tries her best, but her character's too extremely drawn." Bosworth also filmed 21, an adaptation of the book Bringing Down the House, in early 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts and Las Vegas, Nevada. This film reunites her with co-star Kevin Spacey and director Robert Luketic. 21 garnered mixed reviews, with Joanne Kaufman of the Wall Street Journal concluding, "Very little adds up in 21."Her next film is the epic The Warrior's Way which she shot in New Zealand alongside Korean star Jang Dong-gun and Geoffrey Rush. She has also optioned the film rights to Catherine Hanrahan's novel Lost Girls and Love Hotels, about a young woman looking to escape in Tokyo's seedy nightlife.
She will produce the project alongside filmmaker Nadia Connors. She has said about her roles, "I just don't do comfort zones." In January 2008, Bosworth was named the new face for Calvin Klein Jeans and will be featured in the Calvin Klein Jeans campaign. She also takes on the role of spokesperson for American luxury bag brand Coach in Asia.Personal life Bosworth was accepted to Princeton University in late 2000,[not in citation given] but because of continual deferral of her attendance, her acceptance was later revoked. She is a member of the Appalachia Service Project. In late 2002, she began dating actor Orlando Bloom. The two met outside a coffee shop and were introduced to each other by a friend, before meeting again at the premiere of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. Bosworth and Bloom separated in 2006. Bosworth dated British model James Rousseau beginning September 2006 after meeting him at a Marc Jacobs after party. An aspiring musician, Rousseau wrote the song "To Make You Mine" for her.Filmography Year Movie Role Notes1998 The Horse Whisperer Judith 2000 Remember the Titans Emma Hoyt Young Americans Bella Banks Television series The Newcomers Courtney Docherty Direct-to-video2002 The Rules of Attraction Kelly Blue Crush Anne Marie Chadwick 2003 Advantage Hart Trinity Montage Short subject Wonderland Dawn Schiller 2004 Beyond the Sea Sandra Dee Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
The film's producers needed someone who was already an experienced horse rider, leading to Bosworth's successful audition for the role. The film received positive reception from film critics. In 2000, she starred in the television series drama Young Americans, in which she played Bella Banks, a well-adjusted small town girl working at a gas station near an elite prep school. The series, however, was canceled.
 That same year, she had a small part in the film Remember the Titans. In 2001, Bosworth moved to Los Angeles in hopes of obtaining easier access to auditions and better film parts.Critical success The breakthrough role in Bosworth's career came in the 2002 surfing movie Blue Crush, which she prepared for by working out with two separate trainers six hours a day for months in order to add fifteen pounds of muscle to her frame.
'There is a lot of respect between them, I think they genuinely like each other.' Part of the appeal of playing Dexter, Sturgess says, was that he was 'a character that first off I didn't particularly like, and I thought that was fun, to play someone who is a bit vulgar and overprivileged, a bit arrogant and irritating.It was about how these people make each other better, how friendship improves them both.' And every reader wants the same thing, for this flawed and funny couple to fall in love with each other.The production team behind the film has taken no chances: David Nicholls, already a successful screenwriter, wrote the script; Lone Scherfig, who caused a sensation in 2009 with the Oscar-nominated An Education, directed; and Anne Hathaway, a bankable Hollywood star, was chosen for Emma. 'It was really important to find an actor who could be touching and appealing and attractive,' Nicholls says, 'and convey all that in a character who isn't particularly eloquent or full of self-knowledge, who at his lowest point is pretty repulsive.' That person is Jim Sturgess.'You could take a scene,' Sturgess says, 'and find out all the details of their inner thoughts.' Nicholls counters this.Because the script loses the inner voice, 'you have to rely on the actors to give that.
But then I found myself really defending him.' The key, he thinks, lies in 'making sure that people understood where that arrogance comes from.