4 March 2018 / Appearances / No Comments

Zoey attended the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards yesterday and i have added 65 HQ pictures to the gallery. More soon!

3 March 2018 / Other News / No Comments

Zoey Deutch has joined Suzy Amis Cameron’s Red Carpet Green Dress (RCGD) 2018 Oscars campaign. Deutch who stars in the upcoming film, FLOWER, will be wearing an eco-conscious gown designed by an established global designer that will be revealed at the 90th Academy Awards ® on Sunday in Los Angeles. Deutch along with Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out, Atlanta, Sorry To Bother You, The Girl In The Spider’s Web)) will both represent RCGD at the biggest awards ceremony in Hollywood.

RCGD was founded by actress, environmental advocate, educator and wife of director James Cameron, Suzy Amis Cameron back in 2009, and has worked with internationally acclaimed designers to dress stars in ethical formal wear and jewelry for the Academy Awards®. Deutch and Stanfield are among a wide variety of celebrities who have partnered with the sustainable campaign including Emma Roberts (American Horror Story, Scream Queens), Sophie Turner (X-Men, Game of Thrones), Naomie Harris (Moonlight), Gina Rodriguez (Annihilation, Jane the Virgin), Kellan Lutz (Twilight), Jake McDorman (American Sniper) and Missi Pyle (Gone Girl).

A vibrant, diversely talented and charming actress, Zoey Deutch last starred in Ry Russo-Young’s BEFORE I FALL, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews. This year she will star in a trio of films including Max Winkler’s FLOWER starring opposite Kathryn Hahn and Adam Scott, which opens March 16. Additionally, she will star opposite her sister Madelyn Deutch in THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN, which is also written by Madelyn and directed by their mother Lea Thompson. MarVista will release the film in June. And finally, she stars opposite Glen Powell in the romantic comedy SET IT UP, which Netflix will release July 13. She recently wrapped production on RICHARD SAYS GOODBYE opposite Johnny Depp, which will debut late 2018. Recent credits include REBEL IN THE RYE opposite Nicholas Hoult, EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!! from writer/director Richard Linklater, WHY HIM? opposite Bryan Cranston, and DIRTY GRANDPA opposite Robert De Niro and Zac Efron.

Partnering with RCGD this year is Absolut Elyx and Tesla. With partners such as these, along with annual contests, financial security can be provided to MUSE School CA. MUSE School CA is an environmental non-profit educational organization Amis Cameron founded in Calabasas, Calif. with her sister Rebecca Amis. This assistance enables students to access a transformative educational experience. MUSE School CA ensures smaller class sizes, personalized instruction and learning practices; all set within an inspiring and beautiful campus. Through these key elements, MUSE School CA paves the way in creating leaders of the future. For more information, go to www.museschool.org.

Source RedCarpetGreenDress.com

1 March 2018 / Appearances Other News / No Comments

Film Independent has announced the final batch of presenters set to take the stage at the 33rd edition of the Independent Spirit Awards, which IFC will air live Saturday at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET.

Joining the roster of presenters are Call Me by Your Name‘s Timothée Chalamet (who’s up for Best Male Lead and also the best actor Oscar the next day), Robert Pattinson (also up for Best Male Lead for his role in Good Time), Spirit Award winner Janelle Monáe, Get Out scene-stealer Lil Rel Howery and awards-season MVP Michael Stuhlbarg. Rounding out the list of presenters are Zoey Deutch, Elizabeth Olsen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Sarah Silverman. […]


27 February 2018 / Appearances / No Comments

41 pictures of Zoey at the Dior Fashion Show in Paris have been added to the gallery. Zoey looks stunning

10 February 2018 / Appearances / No Comments

Hi! Zoey attended the Tory Burch Fashion Show in New York yesterday. 63 HQ pictures from this event have been added to the gallery:

8 February 2018 / Interviews / No Comments

Zoey Deutch has more famous dopplegangers than she can count. Rose Byrne, Keri Russell — “When the poster for ‘The Americans’ was on Laurel Canyon [Boulevard], two of my acquaintances texted me, ‘Congratulations on your show!’ ” — laughs Deutch, as she settles into a couch with a big hoagie sandwich after her Alexa cover shoot in Downtown LA. The actress, 23, has been told she looks like Isla Fisher so many times that she sought her out at a recent benefit. “I was like, ‘I know you get this a lot — my name is Zoey, we look alike,’ and she was like, ‘Really?’ and I was like, ‘Ugh!’ It was pretty embarrassing.”

But the woman she resembles most? Her mother, Lea Thompson (famous for her epic ’80s hits “Back to the Future,” “All the Right Moves” and “Some Kind of Wonderful”). Thompson and her husband, director Howard Deutch (“Pretty in Pink”), raised Deutch and her sister Madelyn, 26, in the thick of the LA scene. “I definitely grew up in it,” says Deutch, who has home videos of Walter Matthau holding her as a baby for proof. “If I could have half the career that my parents have had, I’d be so lucky.”

The young actress is now paving her own way in Hollywood. After debuting on the Disney Channel, she bared her dramatic chops with last year’s “Before I Fall” and next month’s indie gem “Flower,” in which she plays a teen girl who gathers her friends to exact justice on a rumored pedophile. “I’m excited to play this sort of character that I’m usually on the sidelines watching the men play,” Deutch says. “She’s a vigilante.”

The story couldn’t be more timely, of course, with the #MeToo movement reaching critical mass. “I am so proud and in awe of the people who have come forward about [James Franco],” she says of recent accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior against the actor (Franco, with whom Deutch worked on the films “Why Him?” and “The Disaster Artist,” has disputed those allegations). “I know how hard it is, and the pros and the cons and the sh–t that goes into making a decision like that.”

She’s also a strong supporter of the Time’s Up campaign against gender discrimination and abuse, recently posting about the 2017 Sundance bash for “Before I Fall.” “I heard the party’s *brilliant* DJ made three times more for two hours, than I did making the actual film,” she tweeted on Jan. 21.

“That pissed me off,” she says now. “That was really brutal.” She explains that while she didn’t personally see evidence of the amount that DJ Tiësto was paid, she wanted to add her experience to the conversation. She notes that it’s “changing the way that I look at things, and the roles that I wanna take and the money that I deserve to make.”

While Deutch is zip-lipped on whom she’s currently dating (she split from her boyfriend of five years, actor Avan Jogia, nearly a year and a half ago), she’s happy to share her unconventional opening line.

“The first thing I say during a date is, ‘My work comes first.’ A lot of my friends will say that that’s not an open way of approaching a situation, but I have to be honest with myself — in my life, my work comes first!”

Deutch took her first acting class at age 5 — although her parents forbade her from becoming a professional child actor. “It wasn’t even in the realm of possibility,” she notes. Still, she attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (working as a babysitter and junior camp counselor on the side) and, at 15, finally began auditioning for roles.

She was quickly cast on Disney’s “The Suite Life on Deck” in 2010, made her big-screen debut in 2013’s “Beautiful Creatures” and has worked steadily ever since. “But I wake up every morning feeling like I just haven’t done enough, and I need to do more, and I need to learn more,” she confides to Alexa.

Deutch has the energy of a kid home from college: She speaks quickly, exaggerates her facial expressions to make points, and is entirely unself-conscious as she bites into her sandwich. She’s dressed in vintage high-waisted Levi’s held up with a thick black leather belt from her mom’s closet, which she’s paired with a tight, white Hanes T-shirt from the boys’ section and Commes des Garçons Converse sneakers.

“Don’t I look like a 12-year-old boy?” she asks, pointing to herself with laughter. “I have to work with what my body gave me. And I have the body of a frikkin’ boy!”

Deutch says she appreciates when her stylist of three years, Elizabeth Stewart (who also styles Jessica Chastain and Cate Blanchett), steers her toward up-and-coming designers. Stewart, meanwhile, values the actress’ playful edge, telling British Vogue: “It’s … fun to work with new clients who love to explore and be daring, like Zoey Deutch.” When it comes to the big labels, Deutch is a fan of Miu Miu (“because it has a sense of humor, it speaks to my personality”) as well as Valentino and Dior (“for their silhouettes and their femininity”). Her favorite red-carpet look to date is the elegant white Tory Burch dress she wore to last year’s Met Gala.

And when she’s working in New York — as she was recently for the Netflix rom-com “Set It Up” — she’ll hit up Café Habana, Bar Pitti or Carbone on Thompson (“though I can never get in,” she jokes). And she recites her Katz’s Deli order by heart: Half pastrami, extra mustard; two latkes, extra crispy, no sour cream, extra applesauce; egg cream; a matzo ball soup; half old pickles, half new pickles; and a seltzer or a beer.

Back at home in LA — where she lives in the Valley with six dogs — she surrounds herself with a core group of girlfriends she’s known since childhood, along with a few actress friends, like Chloë Moretz. Deutch calls herself “the germaphobe, food-eating, momlike, crazy one” of the group.

She also remains close to her parents. “I don’t think it was a fear of theirs, that they were gonna lose me. I’m very codependent,” she laughs. “I’m sure that they wish they could have a little bit more distance.”

Indeed, this year Deutch is co-producing and acting in “The Year of Spectacular Men” — directed by her mother, written by and starring her sister, and co-produced by her dad. And she’ll keep auditioning for the parts that feel right — which, she insists, isn’t always easy or fun. “I have to fight for the roles I get, and 99 percent of the time I get a no.

“I don’t look to the thing that I love to make me happy all the time,” she continues. Instead, as she forges her own way, separate from those faces hers resembles and the footsteps of her parents, she leans on what she’s learned so far.

“I know the things that will make me happy all the time,” she says. “My dogs, good food, my family, my friends.”


22 January 2018 / Appearances Candids / No Comments

Hi!! Zoey attended the 2nd Annual Women’s March LA 2018 on january 20, 2018. 40 HQ pictures have been added to the gallery

17 January 2018 / The Year of Spectacular Men / No Comments

The romantic comedy, starring Thompson’s daughters Madelyn and Zoey Deutch, will hit theaters in June.

MarVista Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Lea Thompson’s feature directorial debut The Year of Spectacular Men. The romantic comedy will get a mid-June theatrical release.

The Year of Spectacular Men is a family affair — Thompson directed from a script by her daughter, Madelyn Deutch (Outcast), who also scores and stars in the film as Izzy, a recent college grad who attempts to find her way through her quarter-life crisis by dating five complicated men. She does so with practical guidance from her movie star sibling Sabrina, played by real-life sister Zoey Deutch (Before I Fall, Why Him?).

Zoey Deutch and Thompson’s husband, Howard Deutch, produced the film with Gordon Gilbertson and Parkside Pictures’ Dan Roth and Damiano Tucci. Thompson also plays a supporting role in the film, along with Avan Jogia, Melissa Bolona, Jesse Bradford, Brandon T. Jackson, Cameron Monaghan, Zach Roerig and Nicholas Braun. The movie debuted last year at the Los Angeles Film Festival.

“From our inception, MarVista has taken pride in supporting female filmmakers and voices,” stated MarVista CEO Fernando Szew. “When the team saw The Year of Spectacular Men, we immediately connected with the authenticity of the story and performances and felt that it is a multilayered film that would have strong appeal across generations. We are honored to be working with such a talented, creative and passionate group of women like Lea, Maddie and Zoey, who also bring amazing dynamism as an inspiring family.”

“This has been such a joyous passion project for me and my whole family,” said Thompson. “We feel incredibly lucky that our vigor and energy for The Year of Spectacular Men has been so genuinely matched by MarVista. We can’t wait to release our film with a company who truly believes in and sees the value in telling an authentic millennial woman’s story.”

MarVista negotiated the deal with Paradigm Talent Agency on behalf of the filmmakers.


10 January 2018 / Flower / No Comments

The official trailer for Flower has been released – How excited are you guys for this movie?! I absolutely cannot wait to watch it. The movie is set to be released in select theaters on March 16!

Rebellious, quick-witted Erica Vandross (Zoey Deutch) is a 17-year-old firecracker living with her single mom Laurie (Kathryn Hahn) and mom’s new boyfriend Bob (Tim Heidecker) in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley. When Bob’s mentally unbalanced son Luke (Joey Morgan) arrives from rehab to live with the family, Erica finds her domestic and personal life overwhelmed. With Luke and her sidekicks Kala (Dylan Gelula) and Claudine (Maya Eshet) in tow, Erica acts out by exposing a dark secret of high-school teacher Will (Adam Scott), with perilous results; their teenage kicks become a catalyst for growing up in unexpected and unpredictable ways. Mixing dark comedy and teenage angst writer-director Max Winkler (CEREMONY) and co-writer Matt Spicer (INGRID GOES WEST) re-imagine an unproduced script by Alex McAulay, creating a star vehicle for blossoming talent Zoey Deutch (BEFORE I FALL, WHY HIM?) and elevating the teen movie to new heights.

6 December 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

Zoey attended earlier today The Hollywood Reporter’s Women In Entertainment Breakfast in Los Angeles, and i’ve added to the gallery photos from the event!

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