As of 2017, you're most likely to catch her on the small screen, where she's scored a prime role in the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's .However, Hudgens clearly hasn't gotten the musical theater geek entirely out of her system; a few years after her gun-slinging, grenade-throwing turn as Blondie, she was back to belting ballads as Betty Rizzo on , where she plays an employee at an insurance agency for superheroes.As time goes by, I started doing research on how to read the codes on the products as not all products stated its manufacturing date or even expiry date on the bottle or box.I find it a bit dodgy that brands prefer to put some mysterious code that no one but only them will understand what it meant. I first written a post on Check Cosmetics back in 2011.Our country was built by strong women, and we will continue to break down walls and defy stereotypes." —23) "The more I have spoken about feminism, the more I have realized that fighting for women's rights has too often become synonymous with man-hating. We are entitled to wear cowboy boots to our own revolution.If there is one thing I know for certain, it is that this has to stop." —25) "Whether I am meant to or not, I challenge assumptions about women. She also keeps up with fans on Instagram, where she enjoys playing with filters, offers up beauty product recs, and posts lots of sweet shout-outs to her current (as of this writing, anyway) boyfriend Austin Butler. As of this writing, she's making an action flick with Gerard Butler, working with mega-stars Woody Harrelson and Frances Mc Dormand on a dark comedy, and speaking out in an eloquent defense of the controversial film , where she'll appear alongside Amandla Stenberg and George Mackay.
hit theaters and introduced audiences to a cast of butt-stomping young ladies in leather (and the men who love and/or seek to destroy them).
Turns out, the actress who got her start as Violet Baudelaire in has a real thing for complicated characters and under-the-radar projects, and a typical Hollywood trajectory is the last thing on her mind.
Instead, she's been very picky about when and where she shows up onscreen since , but her bread and butter is the foreign and festival circuit, where she turns up in movies that most mainstream audiences will never even hear about, let alone see in theaters.
With a steampunk sensibility, a complex fantasy-inside-a-dream narrative, and memorable performances from a cast of up-and-comers, it was one of the most unique films of the year — even if critics kinda hated it.
But whatever happened to Babydoll, Sweet Pea, Rocket, Blondie, Amber, and all the rest of Snyder's dual-universe-inhabiting faves after the cameras stopped rolling? would catapult Emily Browning to A-list superstar status, only to find that her career trajectory was still just as oddball and eclectic as ever.