Guest wrote:I agree with DebfrmHell that it's probably a drug prescribed for ADHD. People snort the pills and get really agitated. It's like being on meth. I've seen pro-ana websites that tell people the symptoms to fake in order to get ADHD drugs from their doctors. This could also explain the writing of the screenplay in such a short period of time.
Before writing a screenplay you have to do a chit ton of research, you have to know your subject matter inside out and upside down. No amount of pep up pills is going to give you the insight and creativity that it takes. You may be productive but you're only going to be producing pages upon pages of junk.
The story could be partly true. She has never looked as scary skinny than when she was doing Wanted. I could not believe she conceived because she had not one molecule of fat, which you need to ovulate.
Thank you! The loons love to argue about that. I read this great article from Milla Jovovich where she was insanely honest about the fact that models like her could not initially become pregnant due to low body fat. Usually they all deny that. http://www.hollywoodrag.com/index.php?/weblog/milla_jovovich_will_take_a_year_off_to_eat/
She actually stuck to that promise too:
Milla Jovovich’s new action-horror flick Resident Evil: Extinction, took in an impressive $24 million during it’s opening weekend, but that’s not the only big number the pregnant actress-singer-clothing designer is talking about these days. “I am so huge you guys!” she wrote on her website September 15. “I’ve gained almost 70 pounds in the last 4 months!”
The former model, 31, who is expecting a daughter in November with fiancé, director Paul W. S. Anderson, 42, currently tips the scale at 193 pounds. “It’s a lot of weight to put on quickly and I only have myself to blame,” she recently said in an interview.
For breakfast, she was eating three bagels smeared with butter, peanut butter, and jelly; for lunch, a box of Krispy Kreme donuts. Naturally, her doctor was concerned by her weight gain (it is recommended that most women put on 25 to 35 pounds), so Jovovich has cut back on the carbs. “I’m doing chicken and veggies and trying to be the healthiest mother,” she explained.
Still, the extra weight is taking a toll on the formerly agile star. “Honey, my bones seem soft now and my feet are killing me,” she said, adding that her feet have grown three shoe sizes. “I can barely wear flip-flops. And now I have a whole new appreciation for my old body.”
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