Colin Firth and Emily Blunt co-star in the upcoming indie film "Arthur Newman," a romantic comedy about two people who fall in love during an unexpected road trip.
Firth plays a former pro-golfer, who runs away from his old life by buying a new identity after his marriage and career fall apart. In the film, the press labels him "the choker" after he fails to win a major golf championship, and Firth says the relentless media attention is the motivation behind his character disappearing.
So, we asked Firth and Blunt if they felt like the media goes too far in their scrutiny, particularly with regards to younger stars. For example, Jada Pinkett-Smith recently took to her Facebook page to defend stars like Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift, whom she thinks have been bullied unfairly recently by the press.
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