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How to Avoid Being the Movie Star in 2020

How to avoid being the movie star in 2020: Get a haircut, keep your chin down, and don’t wear a wig or makeup.

The list of things that movie stars can do to stay in the limelight is long, but here are a few of the things that will help you avoid the inevitable.1.

Keep your chin upDon’t go in for a face-to-face chat with your audience.

Even if they’re not at your movie, be polite and say hello.

It’s okay to say hello to your family and friends, but don’t give them any opportunity to talk about your work.

It makes it seem like the whole audience is going through some sort of meltdown.2.

Don’t get into the middleBe prepared to answer questions from the audience.

It can be hard to get a laugh out of a question if you’re sitting in the middle of a discussion.

Don, however, be respectful to the audience and not ask any of their questions.

Don and your peers will appreciate it.3.

Don-don’t-do-donateDon’t ask for money.

If you do, people are going to think you’re a jerk.

And they will.4.

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Don’t do it.5.

Donate to charityDonate to a local movie theater or theater group.

The only reason people will give money to your theater is to see you perform.

Donors will also think you are doing something good.6.

Don your hairDon’t try to look glamorous.

It won’t help your look.

Instead, wear a nice casual shirt, a pair of jeans, and a black T-shirt.

You will be less likely to look like you’re the star of your own movie, which will be more flattering to your audience, said Jodi DeMello, senior director of marketing for Hollywood Cinema & Live.7.

Wear blackIt’s not your movie.

You can’t get away with wearing black to a film festival.

Wear the right colors for your scene and your audience won’t think you’ve gone all-in on that color, said DeMella.8.

Use makeupWhen you go to the movies, wear your makeup to avoid getting too overwhelmed.

If it looks too much like you have to use your makeup in your scene, use an alternative color.

Don a black face paint and use a small mirror to help get your natural light into your eyes.

If the camera is on, you can use your hand to lighten your look as well.9.

Use your smartphoneBe ready to answer any questions people have.

But don’t be too preoccupied with it.

It could be distracting to the person you’re interviewing, so don’t take it out on them.10.

Don an older movieWhen you are a film star, you have a lot more to give.

Don the younger movie stars, too.

Use their stories and look back on your life to give a sense of hope and inspiration.

And don’t let anyone tell you you’re not a good role model.