Friday, October 12, 2012

An Open Letter to Paradigm Talent Agency (Or Whomever Reps Ezra Miller)

To Whom It May Concern at the Paradigm Talent Agency (or whomever represents Ezra Miller):

Shame on you. Shame on you for denying the FIVE fans waiting for hours in the cold last night to meet Ezra. Shame on you for choosing your dinner reservations over the loyal and devoted fans.
Yes, I think Ezra is very talented and cute and he has a huge career ahead of him. I agree with you on all counts. But, he's still up and coming and really shouldn't be dissing people this early in his career. It's bad enough that the company who put on The Perks of Being a Wallflower screwed over the fans at the premiere; you should at least take care of the fans who wait outside talk show appearances. The fact that there wasn't a barricade or a legion of fans should tell you something: Ezra has a long way to go. If he were already more popular, there would've been way more people there. I'm glad I only waited twenty minutes (after coming from a different event) instead of the three hours like the other girls. Still, it was maddening the way we were disregarded.

Please be more mindful of people in the future; dinner reservations can wait.

Pinky Lovejoy

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