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‘Vampire Academy’ New Stills

Several new stills of Zoey in Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters have been added to the gallery.

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‘Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters’ Portraits #4

Zoey and Lucy Fry promoting ‘Vampire Academy’ for a portrait session in Sydney on February 20, 2014.

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Vampire Academy Stars on Why their Movie’s Different

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Zoey Talks ‘Vampire Academy’, ‘Midnight Rider’ and More

COLLIDER – Based on the best-selling book series from author Richelle Mead, Vampire Academy tells the story of half-vampire/half-human guardian Rose Hathaway (Zoey Deutch) and her royal Moroi vampire best friend Lissa Dragomir (Lucy Fry). As two 17-year-old girls trying to survive the perils of Moroi society and high school, Rose will sacrifice everything to protect Lissa from those who are putting her life in jeopardy. From director Mark Waters (Mean Girls) and writer Dan Waters (Heathers), the film also stars Danila Kozlovsky, Dominic Sherwood, Sarah Hyland, Cameron Monaghan and Sami Gayle.

At the film’s press day, actress Zoey Deutch spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about how she got involved with the film, how much insight she got about her character from the book, the dream sequence that’s been added, that it’s such a quotable film, the extensive training she had to go through, the scene she was most excited to see the final product of, and what it was like to work with co-star Lucy Fry. She also talked about her next film, Midnight Rider, about the Allman Brothers. Check out what she had to say after the jump.

Collider: How did this come about for you?
ZOEY DEUTCH: I saw Mark’s name attached to it. I love Mark. I’m a huge fan of his. So, I auditioned for it, and I fell in love with Rose. It’s very rare that you get a part that you actually like. People have a misconception, whether it be because actors lie or because you’re reading interviews from giantly, massively famous actors, but you don’t just get offered parts, all the time. You actually have to work to get them. It’s a rarity to get one that you actually like, when you’re not already established. But, this was exciting because it was a great character and something that’s never been done before, and I also got it.

If you were going to do one of these young adult adaptations, especially one that is a vampire story, was it important to you that it be different from what’s already out there?
DEUTCH: I think so, yeah. It is important. And I do think it stands alone.
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