14 April 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

Zoey attended this Wednesday a special dinner in celebration of the April issue of C magazine, which she’s the cover of. We’ve added to the gallery photos from the event, published by Zoey herself and her mother on social networks.

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14 April 2017 / Magazine Scans / No Comments

Our gallery has been updated with scans from the May issue of Marie Claire, which features Zoey as one of the magazine’s fresh faces! We’ve also added scans from Vogue Turkey and C Magazine which feature Zoey as well!

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12 April 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

Hello Zoey fans! A couple of days have gone by since Zoey was honored at Dallas International Film Festival and its thanks to the festival that we have been able to add more photos of Zoey taken at the festival! Very adorable photos, some feature a karaoke session (to which we wish there was a video of) that you can check out by clicking on the links bellow!

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10 April 2017 / Articles Photoshoots / No Comments

 

MARIE CLAIRE ZOEY DEUTCH

On her life mantra: “I was raised to do what you love and work your f—cking ass off. Be humble. Be nice to people. And you might be ready to be lucky.”

On whether actors should stay quiet about politics or not: “That will be a debate forever. Before I was an actor, I was a human and a citizen. As an actor, your job is to inhabit different people’s lives and honor their feelings and be empathetic to other people’s struggles. Just because you are an actor, you are not immediately an activist. But if you do have the platform and the opportunity to speak out, then I think it is your civic duty—especially right now—to be on the right side of history. We only have so long on this planet.”


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8 April 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

As expected, Zoey Deutch and Before I Fall director Ry Russo-Young attended a Q&A for the movie after its screening at Dallas International Film Festival. Photos from the Q&A have been added to our gallery!

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8 April 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

Yesterday was a very special day for Zoey as she was honored with a Dallas Shining Star Award at Dallas International Film Festival. The award was presented by Before I Fall director Ry Russo-Young. We’ve added to our gallery some photos shared by the festival’s official instagram account and Rob Hunter. Today, Zoey is set to be at the festival once more for the screening of Before I Fall, followed by a Q&A!

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7 April 2017 / Articles / No Comments

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US OF AMERICA — A half-eaten cheeseburger lies next to a bubbling glass of champagne in a suite in the Sunset Tower Hotel. People move in a frenzy around the room, preparing for the big event. By the window sits a woman, calm amongst the chaos. She is why photographer Koury Angelo and I are here. She is why tonight is such an important night. This woman who seems so relaxed in a room full of kinetic energy is director Ry Russo-Young and tonight is the opening night of her latest film, Before I Fall.

Before I Fall follows Samantha Kingston (played by Zoey Deutch), a high school student riding the wave of popularity into graduation. The clique of teenage girls have a proclivity for gossiping and making others feel unwanted or “less than”. It’s a common trope found inside coming-of-age stories – the beautiful bullies picking on their peers as a source of entertainment. In this story, however, we are following the bully. She isn’t a good girl saddled with a group of bad friends. She isn’t an anti-hero. Samantha Kingston just has an attitude.

Ry greets Koury and I warmly as we come in. She introduces us to her friend who is taking pictures on her phone, and to her husband, Colin, who is keeping her company as the hair and makeup team get Ry ready for the evening. She asks us very little except how we are doing and what’s been going on in our lives. I’m immediately surprised. I had been prepared to be greeted by a list of questions and demands from the award-winning director. “Don’t shoot me during these times”, “How long do you realistically need to be here?” These would have been reasonable questions for her to ask, seeing as how we had only met a week or so prior and now I was in her hotel bedroom with the intention of having a photographer follow her around all night to document her every move. Instead, her kindness upon our arrival was disarming and put me at ease.

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4 April 2017 / Dirty Grandpa / No Comments

Hello Zoey fans! We begin our major site updates with Dirty Grandpa, a comedy movie starring Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Zoey Deutch and Aubrey Plaza. Zoey played Shadia, and her performance was amazing. We’ve added to our gallery posters, promotional photos, production stills and blu-ray screencaptures from the movie. A page dedicated to the movie was created and you can find it here, and our video archive was also updated with some videos from the video that happen to feature Zoey!

Right before his wedding, an uptight guy is tricked into driving his grandfather, a lecherous former Army Lieutenant-Colonel, to Florida for spring break.

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30 March 2017 / Set It Up / No Comments

VARIETY — Zoey Deutch is set to reunite with Glen Powell, joining her “Everybody Wants Some” costar in Netflix’s romantic comedy “Set It Up.”

The story follows two overworked assistants who try to get their horrible bosses out of their hair by setting them up together. Claire Scanlon is directing the film, which will start production this summer.

Katie Silberman penned the script. Justin Nappi and Juliet Berman of Treehouse pictures are producing. The project has been developed at Treehouse Pictures from the beginning and originally had the project at MGM before taking it to Netflix.

Deutch received strong reviews for her performance in the Sundance drama “Before I Fall,” which is currently in theaters. She also starred alongside James Franco and Bryan Cranston in the comedy “Why Him,” and in Richard Linklater’s “Everybody Wants Some” last year. Additionally, Deutch co-stars in “Rebel in the Rye,” which also premiered at Sundance and will be released by IFC in the fall.

She can be seen next in “Flower,” which will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, and just wrapped production on “The Year of Spectacular Men,” which her sister, Madelyn Deutch, wrote and her mom, Lea Thompson, directed.

28 March 2017 / Interviews Photoshoots / No Comments

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C MAGAZINE — At a diner on Ventura Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley, the kind with vinyl banquettes and a case near the entrance stocked with slightly stale pastries and mayo-rich “salads,” actor Zoey Deutch is a regular. The recent star of Before I Fall—the indie screen adaptation of the dark young-adult novel of the same name—orders matzo ball soup and compliments our elderly waitress, with whom she is on a first-name basis, on the eccentric purple streaks in her close-cropped hair. Then the woman touches Deutch’s shoulder in a way that feels so friendly and familiar that you know, you just know, that the 22-year-old actress is the kind of person that you are going to like.

“Everything in my life happens in this place,” says Deutch, using her hands when she speaks, almost leaping out of her seat with energy as she gestures around the room at the gray linoleum and bad lighting. “I’ve been coming since I was a little kid. I have all of my family dinners here. I bring first dates here! I sit here and read. I have all of my meetings here, if I can.” Next to her on the table is a bookmarked copy of Jonathan Livingston Seagull.

The whole setup would make a great scene for a teen movie, if the writer wanted to introduce a sympathetic female lead who is grounded despite her obvious beauty, a small-but-spunky girl who doesn’t forget where she came from. Maybe it’s no coincidence then that teen movies are in Deutch’s DNA. Her parents, actor Lea Thompson and director Howard Deutch, met in 1987 on the set of Some Kind of Wonderful, one of two movies her father directed that was written by the late prolific ’80s screenwriter John Hughes (the first was Pretty in Pink). “It’s hard to grasp when someone says my parents touched them in some way—that their voices were in their heads,” she says.

They married in 1989 and had two girls, Zoey and her older sister, Madelyn, also an actor, who were raised nearby and attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA). From the sound of it, the youngest Deutch always had an outsized personality.

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