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She was then reportedly dating actor Sam Riley but that was later cleared off as a minor encounter where the two met and interacted through mutual sources where things didn’t quite work out as one would have liked. The next time, she dated; it created headlines in all gossip circles.It was the new entrant into the elite group of Hollywood, ‘Malcolm in the middle’ star Frankie Muniz.They supposedly dated somewhere around, in 2006-07 but nothing was really confirmed by any source about them to officially term them as a couple.Although they were seen together frequently for a while, their supposed relation rumors came to a halt as soon as they started appearing together in public.The actor claims he has recommended the 19-year-old beauty, his co-star on "Into the Wild", to the 2008 movie's director Catherine Hardwicke."I was gushing about her.I think she's so talented and so perfect", the 24-year-old movie star tells OK! "She's a great conversationalist, very inquisitive. She's got a little bit of an edge, too, though, so she's not a pushover. She's beautiful, she's smart, and she's emotional, too."Professionally, Emile Hirsch was last seen starring as a 1970s hippie named Billy on Ang Lee-directed flick "Taking Woodstock".Cinematical: I'm a huge fan of both Into the Wild and Speed Racer.
I think what struck me was a marked difference in ultimately how the two of them kind of respond.Then Ang had me go off with some Iraq veterans who took me to a shooting range where we were firing M4's, Glock's and a Beretta.After shooting all day, we went into the woods and did these crazy military drills."Emile Hirsch was on his way to becoming a leading man after starring in Into the Wild and Speed Racer.
But now he's taking a small but pivotal role as a Vietnam vet trying to adjust to returning home in Ang Lee's Taking Woodstock."As soon as I heard Ang Lee was interested in me, I knew I was going to do the film even before I got the script.
I've been a fan of Ang ever since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, which I absolutely adored. I'll always remember talking to Heath Ledger just after he finished that movie and he was going on about working with Ang and how incredible he was."Doing justice to war vets."We talked with some Vietnam veterans who literally went through their scrapbooks and dredged up a lot of memories.