After starring in box office bombs like film and I should have been part of the relationship with this guy Nolan, who I felt was incredibly cool and very talented," he says."I was so focused on not being pigeonholed and so scared of being considered only one thing as an actor. (Hello, Miss Universe.) “I’m going to help you out, because I’ve been on that end of it man, I’ve been ate up on the internet before,” Harvey said. Best I can tell, Steve is going to film Josh on a date and observe his techniques.Of course, if the woman Josh goes on a date with already knows about his past relationships, this might be over before it even begins.Everybody has their own judgements and they can say whatever they’d like, but hopefully they see me as a genuine person who is honestly really looking to find somebody and to settle down and eventually have a wife and a family.Glamour: Was it worth setting yourself up for more scrutiny?"But when you work with somebody every day, it's like trial dating. Though Josh has talked openly about surprisingly turning down huge superhero roles like Superman, Spider-Man and Batman before, he gets into more detail with the magazine."I've definitely said no to some of the wrong people," he tells the magazine. I don't like it." In particular, he talks about souring his relationship with critically acclaimed director Christopher Nolan.
They not only hired their Batman for it, they also hired my girlfriend at the time." He’s referring of course to Christian Bale and Scarlett Johansson, whom he dated for more than a year before splitting in 2007.
I more easily fell into this flawed quest to determine the long-term viability of a relationship — immediately asking questions about families of origin, personality, and character.
In the end, there is no test like the test of time.
Glamour: You're about to embark on your second reality show.
What do you hope viewers say about you after watching ] I went on the show to learn more about myself, to learn how to put myself out there more, and start dating more because I really didn’t do that in the past.
I've met very important people in my life doing films," he explains.