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Recently, Emma sat down with Vogue to talk about many things — like her childhood, equal pay for women and her upcoming role in the fantastical movie-musical “La La Land.”She also, very briefly and reluctantly, talked about her ex-boyfriend Andrew Garfield. Her work can also be found in Buzz Feed, Cosmopolitan, and subtweets. The camera is better choreographed than the humans.It pivots and swoops and shimmies between side mirrors, while the hoofers just tend to fling their arms the way comics do when imitating bad Broadway. But his remix is so confident that for a second you believe you’re seeing something new.Now that celebrities and mere mortals share their lives on the same platforms, there is an asymmetrical feeling of intimacy: The fan can follow the celebrity with great attention, and the celebrity can broadcast their life without giving a thought to the massive public audience at the receiving end.With the old hurdles of gaining access to celebrities removed, fans have an unprecedented sense of connection to the private lives of their idols.