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04 May

His latest film, The Art Of Getting By, sees him kissing Emma Roberts on-screen. It is about everything people go through as they come to the end of high school. The film looks at how important it is to have the courage to go for something you really want. There is always a bit of yourself in every character you play. But George is different from me in the way he responds to what happens. We come from different backgrounds but there was no barrier between us. A lot of boys have some clothing or possession that defines them at that age. I am in the lucky situation in that I don’t need to do a film just for the sake of it.

I am not the sort of person who has gone through a disillusioned stage, thinking that the world is coming to an end. We hit it off right away and it was very relaxed, without any awkward moments. It makes it easier to get on with someone when you have intimate moments together – we had to be in love when we were in character, of course, so that was a good start. We went to a flea market in New York and wandered around and picked it out. I will do it if it fits into the Cambridge schedule and if it is something I really want to do. College is incredibly important and I wouldn’t want to mess it up.

The drama series is the prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's iconic 1960 horror film Psycho, in which Max co-stars as Dylan, the half-brother of Freddie Highmore's Norman Bates.where his character, Norman, killed his mother, Norma (Vera Farmiga).“[I'm happy with the] fantastic pay-off for the story set-up…It feels worth it,” he shared during a video interview.When loner George meets Sally, he's inspired to broaden his horizons beyond skipping school and drawing all over test papers. ER: I don’t know if I’d do another one, but my favorite band is — I just discovered — Foster the People. In that way, it’s been quite easy to separate acting and going back to a normal life. I’ve also been in the reverse where you think you really like someone and then you’re like, "Oh. We know you're pretty into music because of that great Supervideo you did.