As said in our previous post, ‘Vampire Academy’ producers want to launch an IndieGoGo campaign to raise money for the sequel: ‘Frostbite’. If you want to help, click here for more information.
MTV – Are you ready to remember just how much high school sucked again? Good, because now you have a chance to help make a sequel to this year’s “Vampire Academy” a reality.
The producers behind the first film are this week launching an IndieGoGo campaign to raise money for “Frostbite: A Vampire Academy Film.” If fans contribute $1.5 million, the financial backers will be convinced that there’s enough fan demand for the movie and fund the rest of the production cost.
The campaign launches this Wednesday, August 6.
Producer Mike Preger said that the decision to move forward with the crowdfunding campaign was totally motivated by the fans.
“The fans mean everything to us,” he said in an email to MTV News. “We decided to move forward with ‘Frostbite’ because of the fans, and we want to give them the purest book to film adaptation possible. We have a script by Piers Ashworth [screenwriter of "St. Trinian's"] that does just that. We want to give them exactly what they expect.”
At the end of June, Zoey played Emily in the play ‘Barophobia’ during week 4 of the 22nd Annual Young Playwrights Festival at Stella Adler Theatre in Los Angeles.
Theatre > Barophobia (2014) > On Stage
BYRDIE – A gorgeous hairstyle doesn’t just happen. There’s usually an entire infrastructure behind it, and, more often than not, the glue that holds it all together is the bobby pin. It’s the resident, pint-sized powerhouse of any beauty toolbox, but it’s rarely given the credit it deserves. We decided it’s time to showcase the bobby pin’s versatility. Of course, a bobby pin without hair to pin does very little to help our cause. Luckily, actress Zoey Deutch graciously agreed to have her tresses tousled and pinned.
The brunette beauty, who’s graced both the big and small screens, told us she usually keeps her look clean and simple (lately she’s been loving a laidback low ponytail). But in the very capable hands of celebrity makeup artist Andre Sarmiento and hairstylist and co-owner of Ramirez|Tran Salon Anh Co Tran, Deutch let us get her all dolled up.
Flip through to see the step-by-step instructions on how to create three totally chic (and insanely easy) hairstyles using only three bobby pins!
Zoey is in the June issue of Vanity Fair magazine and you can now find the photoshoot in our gallery.
Zoey Deutch (right)
Hometown: Studio City, California. Age: 19. Big break: Ringer, on the CW. Last selfie: “Right now, to check if I had red lipstick on my teeth.” Last song downloaded: “Fancy,” by Iggy Azalea. Favorite movie to watch with parents: Anchorman. Starbucks order: Tall iced two-pump hazelnut latte. Person she’d like to meet: Hillary Clinton.
We added high quality pictures of Zoey at the Kate Spade Saturday Summer Solstice Party held at The Roof on Wilshire in Los Angeles. Zoey wore Kate Spade Saturday’s Criss-Cross Dress.
Public Appearances > 2014 > Kate Spade Saturday’s “Summer Solstice” Party
Zoey attended the ‘Marc By Marc Jacobs’ Fall/Winter 2014 Preview on June 20, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
Edit: More photos have been added, thanks to Chris Evans Online.
Public Appearances > 2014 > ‘Marc By Marc Jacobs’ Fall/Winter 2014 Preview
Zoey attended the HBO’s ‘True Blood’ Final Season Premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre on June 17, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
Public Appearances > 2014 > HBO’s ‘True Blood’ Final Season Premiere
We added the digital scan of Zoey in the latest issue (July) of Vanity Fair magazine. Thanks to Mouza!
Magazine Scans > 2014 > Vanity Fair (July)
On the July issue of Vanity Fair, cover star Shailene Woodley headlines a portfolio of up-and-coming stars we like to call “The New Wave.” Photographed by Miguel Reveriego, these rising talents have a huge variety of major projects on the horizon, from new spins on classic fairy tales to high-profile sequels to some of the summer’s biggest potential blockbusters. And they come with just as much variety in their backgrounds; some, like Jaden and Willow Smith, are children of Hollywood royalty, while others, like Jack Reynor and Eve Hewson, have traveled from overseas to work with some of our biggest directors. No matter where these actors and actresses came from, we only see them going one place from here: Up. And up. And up. See them all in the July issue—available this week on newsstands in New York and L.A. and for download in the digital edition—and scroll down for a sample of what’s inside.