Posted by Tsaress with Comments Off on The Big Wedding and Fake Ben Barnes Accounts
As many sites as this one have stated again and again Ben does not have facebook or twitter please do not be taken in. The latest facebook I will not link is a fake.
Ben confirmed in a video interview a few months ago he does not have twitter or facebook.
Thought I would give a few points on how to spot a fake.
Check the layout is it proffessicial are they using a personal picture or is it one that be got from anywhere. Silly graphics/background normally scream fake. If it’s a twitter account are they officially verfied do other verfied actors etc reply to them. Do they have a offiicial website that is linked to the twitter or facebook. Do fansites link to the account and say it’s official. What type of pictures do they post are they pictures that can be got from anywhere. Do they post at weird times e.g when they would be asleep or working or in another country.
For explain on a good verfied account Let’s take Alex Meraz who plays Paul in New Moon and Eclipse he opened a twitter account and the 3rd tweet he posted he put a picture with a sign with his twitter address on it. Then other known verfied actors replied to him and finally he was verfied account and has his myspace and twitter linked to his official site.
I hate the fact their are fakes.
Nice little comment about Ben from http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk
“Ben Barnes was the star – a friendly, charming guy. He chatted to everyone and kept asking me all about Scotland and could even do a great Scottish accent.
Article of The Big Wedding http://www.latinheat.com
Patrica Rae, known for her memorable role in the critically acclaimed award-winning film Maria Full Of Grace, was cast to co-star in the comedy film The Big Wedding.
Rae will portray “Madonna Sotto”, the biological Ecuadorian mother of Alejandro Griffin played by British actor Ben Barnes.
She joins one of Hollwyood’s most prestigious cast including Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Katherine Heigl, Amanda Seyfried, Topher Grace, Ben Barnes and Robin Williams.
De Niro and Keaton play a divorced couple who, for the sake of their adopted son (Ben Barnes)’s wedding and his believed to be conservative biological Latin mother (Patricia Rae), pretend they are still married. Evidently, they quickly learn that acting the part isn’t as easy as they thought it would be.
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