Your best option would be to co-star in a movie with him or if you happened to meet him somewhere near the place where he lives.
He has also mentioned in a Bravo chat session that he spends a lot of time with his friends from university.
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SO please dont say something which is not required. Love, Susan Moseley William Moseley Yes, they started dating in 2005 and broke up(unfortuntely) in 2007. If that's the reason they left Narnia then I am ashamed, just add the word 'Incest' and everything is fine.
ite busy, so you will only be able to meet him briefly.
It is a transition Moseley is aware of: "When Peter steps through the wardrobe, he’s a boy.
But when he steps back out of the wardrobe, as the story finishes, he’s a man," says Moseley, who is still both the boy who keeps a toy badger on his bed, but a gentleman who insists on paying for lunch.
I didn’t behave like a gentleman at all, I behaved like a savage." Like the character he plays in the Narnia films, Moseley, 21, has done much of his growing up on screen.
Cast for the role of Peter Pevensie at 15, he was very much a young boy in the first film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, but appears on the brink of manhood as a 17-year-old Peter in Prince Caspian.Hopefully, they will, becuase both of them are REALLY close. We have 3 kids- Georgia(adopted who acted as Lucy) Rachel and Daisy. I would love it if they did, but sadly they are and always have been JUST friends :[ Like another person said, they flirt a lot, but it's harmless flirting. that would be awesome if they were dating cause they look great together!!!!!!!!!!"It’s not like I walk round with a sword, a shield and giant lion strapped to my back," he laughs.And has the adulation brought forth a leading lady for Moseley?A huge success at the box office - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe made £400 million at the box-office making it one of the biggest grossing films of all time - Prince Caspian looks set to eclipse that success, making £30 million in its opening weekend in America last month.