EXCLUSIVE: Behind-the-Scenes Details from the Set of ‘Safe Haven’

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Part Four: Meeting and Interviewing Cobie Smulders

At this point in the day it was pretty late and one of the reporters had to leave in order to catch her flight home (I still feel sooo bad she didn’t get to interview anyone!), but whatever because this was the moment where Cobie came over to me and a few other peeps I was with to just chat. Like, literally “What’d you have for breakfast?” Wait, not literally, but she and I and the rest of the people had a very casual conversation about pretty much nothing. I forgot I was talking to a movie star for a sec.

Then after a few more minutes of waiting around, Cobie offered to do an interview with me. She lifted up her chair and brought it over in front of some trees so I could get the perfect background shot (seriously, no signs of diva here whatsoever) and we engaged in a super-awesome 6-minute convo about her character in the film, Josh Duhamel’s shirtless scenes and her favorite teen pop stars (since she plays one on TV, duh!). I was too scared to ask for a picture with her because, hello, she’s Cobie Smulders.

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  • Leah

    I was listening to Radio Baha\’i this past weenekd when I heard a commercial that did not settle well with me. It stated that if you were racist, sexist and several other things then you did not belong in the Baha\’i Faith. I thought about the message and myself and wanted to write to you because I have been a Baha\’i for 40 years and I have struggled with all of those things within the arms of Baha\’u\’llah. Some of them I have overcome and some I am still struggling with. I am glad that I have had the struggle within the Faith instead of outside it and would like to ask you to reconsider that commercial to say that if you are having problems with these issues then the Faith is for you. We are not perfect and we struggle, but if you know that your feelings are troubling you, look to the Faith for assistance. It seemed to me that the commercial was pushing people away and surely we are an embracing community despite all of our faults. and struggles. Thank you