22 April 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

Hello Zoey fans! As you know, Zoey is one of Marie Claire’s Fresh Faces and last night the publication threw a celebration event for the ladies. She had the support of her mother, Lea Thompson, who attended the event as well and it’s fair to say that we just love the mother-daughter duo. Photos from the event and the photobooth have been added to our gallery, enjoy!

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22 April 2017 / Photoshoots Portraits / No Comments

Zoey was yesterday at Tribeca Film Festival for the screening of Flower and while promoting the movie, she stopped by the studio set up at the festival for a couple of portraits! Check them out bellow.

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22 April 2017 / Articles Flower / No Comments

HOLLYWOOD LIFE — Zoey Deutch, 22, is hitting the big screen in a major way with her new indie drama, Flower, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday, April 20, in New York City. HollywoodLife.com spoke to the young actress on the red carpet, and she EXCLUSIVELY shared how important the role was to her and how much she enjoyed the experience.

“For me as an actor, trying different stuff and experimenting, to me I don’t think about it like that,” Zoey told us, referring to the edgy, dark role of Erica she plays in the film. “But I guess that is how it’s being perceived. That is important, to always be cognizant of perception versus reality and how things are being viewed. It was an extremely challenging and wonderful experience, mostly because Max [Winkler] is just such a great guy and such a wonderful director. I love him dearly.”

As for Max, the director, he couldn’t stop gushing over Zoey’s performance. “She was amazing. She liked the script and we talked a lot about the character and all of the sort of quirks and idiosyncrasies that character had and she related to a lot of it,” he shared. “We really just let her go and let her be free, and feel totally in control of her character. I love her performance in this so much.”

Max also shared that the actors were given the chance to improv, allowing them the “freedom” to embrace and embody their characters. “We worked really hard on the script and at that point I wanted all the girls to feel totally in control of all their dialogue and what they wore. There was a lot of improvisation and a lot of freedom and we didn’t shoot it in sort of a conventional way where everyone had to hit certain marks,” he explained. Oh, and believe it or not, Max, Zoey and the cast filmed the movie in just 16 days! Crazy, right?

Here’s the full description of Flower from Tribeca’s lineup: Seventeen-year-old Erica Vandross isn’t like most teenage girls. When school’s out, for example, she and her two best friends seduce older men in order to extort money from them—you know, typical extracurricular activities. Much of Erica’s rebellious attitude stems from the abandonment of her biological father, who’s in jail and has left her similarly free-spirited mother (Kathryn Hahn) to raise Erica alone. Everything changes, however, when mom invites her new beau (Tim Heidecker) and his overweight and fresh-out-of-rehab son (Joey Morgan) to move in with them, giving Erica an unexpected connection to the “hot older guy” (Adam Scott) she and her friends obsess over at the local bowling alley.

22 April 2017 / Flower Videos / No Comments

DEADLINE — Max Winkler has mastered both sides of TV and film as director of such comedy series as Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl as well as indie films like 2010 Ceremony starring Uma Thurman and Michael Angarano. He comes to the Tribeca Film Festival this year with Flower, a sexually charged teenage comedy that not only is a nod to Paul Brickman’s earlier work, but also turns the 1980s teenage dramedy genre inside out.

Zoey Deutch plays Erica, a 17-year-old who performs sexual favors for older men, and extorts money from them. Her life is shaken up when her free-spirited mother (Kathryn Hahn) invites her boyfriend (Tim Heidecker) and his anxiety-ridden son Luke (Joey Morgan) to move in with them. However, Erica and Luke may just be the best thing to happen to each other. All the while, Erica is fixated on a hot older man at the bowling ally played by the sublime master of deadpan, Adam Scott.

The script came Winkler’s way via Danny McBride, Jody Hill and David Gordon Green’s production company, guys who’ve mined the black comedy out of upside-down suburbanites in HBO’s Vice Principals and Eastbound & Down and features like The Fist Foot Way and Observe And Report. Flower certainly folds into that world.

While mounting an indie edgy teenage comedy comes with its challenges, and there were some starts and stops for Flower, Winkler says “I had an emotional connection” to the material. “I’d never seen a female character do all these things.”

“It felt like a weird 1980s VHS that my older brother gave me disguised in another VHS box. I was excited because all of these movies I loved had male leads like Tom Cruise in Risky Business or Patrick Dempsey in Loverboy,” says the son of Happy Days actor Henry Winkler. Here, Winkler and Deutch expound on the making of Flower and exactly what makes Erica tick. Upcoming showtimes for Flower at Tribeca can be found here. CAA is handling domestic and foreign sales.

21 April 2017 / Appearances / No Comments

Zoey is currently at Tribeca Film Festival for the screening of Flower and we have added the first photos from the red carpet to our gallery, which you can check out by clicking on the link bellow! Make sure to follow us on twitter @zdeutchcom as we’ll be keeping you updated with gallery additions!

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20 April 2017 / Flower Interviews / No Comments

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — Flower is a bold offbeat dramedy in which Zoey Deutch touches tongues with Kathryn Hahn, tries to date Adam Scott and offers her future stepbrother a blowjob. Co-written and directed by Max Winkler, son of Henry Winkler, the acquisition title makes its world premiere on Thursday at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Deutch stars as Erica, a teenage girl who rabidly scavenges suburbia for love and validation (i.e. using sex to extort money from much older men as a way of handling the imprisonment of her father). But things become unpredictable when her free-spirited mother (Hahn) introduces her to a soon-to-be stepbrother — overweight, unstable and fresh out of rehab. “She has issues with anxiety and abandonment,” Deutch tells The Hollywood Reporter. “And like most young women, she doesn’t know how to navigate through all these things that she’s experiencing.”

To authentically capture her character’s mixture of childlike ardency and urgent rebellion, Deutch dove into texts ranging from Judy Blume classics to Andrea Dworkin feminist literature. Reviving Ophelia and Erotic Capital shed light on female adolescence, and Sex at Dawn and The Ethical Slut shared more on monogamy and polyamory. And before production began, she attended therapy sessions as Erica — Winkler observed, and the specialist knew nothing of the role.

Additionally, the 17-day shoot in the San Fernando Valley was strategically staffed with a female crew. “Our line producer, cinematographer, production designer, wardrobe designer, editor — all women. I didn’t even meet with men,” Winkler explains. “I grew up as this short and nerdy guy who didn’t always relate to the ideas of masculinity portrayed in movies, and honestly saw more of myself in female characters like Erica. So I wanted a set where everyone felt totally comfortable and empowered to tell me their ideas and hold me accountable for any misinterpretations. I think the more we can place ourselves inside each other’s narratives and connect across lines of difference, the better.”

What resulted is Deutch’s second starring vehicle, following last month’s Before I Fall adaptation. “Making this movie was wildly vulnerable and felt like a real risk, but I never once felt judged or unsafe,” says the 22-year-old actress, who is also Lea Thompson’s daughter. “It was honestly the most fun I’ve ever had making a movie, and I’m heartsick for the experience. It’s just 17 days, but it completely changed my life.”

14 April 2017 / Candids / No Comments

Zoey was photographed out in Beverly Hills hanging out with her mother and we’ve photos from the duo to the gallery!

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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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