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Alyson-Stoner.us Birthday Project
Posted by Kiki on 29/06/2014 at 12:57 am | Comment this (0)

We’re at that time again! August is quickly approaching which means Alyson’s birthday is right around the corner! Alyson will be turning 21 this August and I wanted to make the BIGGEST project yet! Want to help make Alyson’s birthday special? Participate in this years project! Details below:

- Write a birthday message to Alyson wishing her a ‘Happy Birthday’
– Get creative and make birthday edits/graphics for Alyson
– Mention anything else you want to tell Alyson!

I will be putting together a birthday book with everyone’s messages and sending it to Alyson herself!
All submissions must be sent in by AUGUST 1st! That gives everyone about a month to work on their messages! Email everything to alysonsfans@yahoo.com

 

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Alyson Stoner Interview with StayFamous.net
Posted by Kiki on 22/07/2014 at 2:12 am | Comment this (0)

Check out Alyson’s newest interview with Stayfamous.net where she talks about Step Up, Music, Education and more!

She’s focused. She’s driven. And she’s as talented in front of the camera, and in the recording studio, as she is on the dance floor. But that’s not what makes Alyson Stoner so incredible. In a world of Hollywood glitz and glamour, she is also thoughtful, intelligent and philosophical.

She runs downstairs for a moment to find an inspirational poem to share with me, during a recent interview. An adaptation of Kent Keith’s “Paradoxical Commandments,” they are the same words reportedly found written on the wall in Mother Teresa’s home for children in Calcutta — known popularly by the title, “Do It Anyway.” Alyson also recites the beloved quote by Marianne Williamson, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” But it is her final saying that resonates with the most wisdom: “Who you are is what you do when no one is watching.”

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For a girl who has grown up in the spotlight as a Disney Channel star on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Phineas and Ferb and in the Camp Rock movies, she could very easily have been swept away by the temptations of fame and the allure of fortune. But being the same person in her private life as she is in public is important to Alyson.

“They are empowering quotes,” she said. “And they remind me of my value structure and priorities in life, which is not at all about hoarding success for myself, but just truly being humbled by how brilliant the world is and how much there is to learn and see.”

This year, Alyson is taking Hollywood by storm with several new projects on the horizon, including the newest installment of the popular Step Up movie franchise, which hits theaters on August 8.

“I play Camille Cage, who was originally Channing Tatum’s little sister in the first Step Up installment,” Alyson said. “I reprised the same role in Step Up 3D, and played opposite Adam Sevani, the character Moose. We sort of kindled a relationship at the end of that movie. Well, now in Step Up: All In, I’m continuing my relationship with Moose.”

Over the years, Alyson has grown up in the role, making it one of her longest acting projects to date.

“I have enjoyed playing Camille because as she’s evolved, she’s learned her own worth within a relationship,” Alyson said. “She’s often considered a team player, and although there’s nothing wrong with being a team player and not the leader, I think it’s important for her to recognize her voice and value in different situations.”
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Alyson Stoner Talks Dance Inspirations and more with Hit Fix
Posted by Kiki on 19/07/2014 at 1:13 am | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner Interview with TV Grapevine
Posted by Kiki on 18/07/2014 at 3:08 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner is all grown up, but she is still an incredible talent. Her fans remember her for her work in Disney hits such as The Suite Life of Zach and Cody and Mike’s Super Short Show. She went on to show off her dance skills in Step Up and just grew up before our eyes.

Now she is starring in Expecting Amish, a new Lifetime movie that premieres this weekend. To celebrate her new role, we have a special exclusive interview with Alyson. Below are some of the highlights from our chat.

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THE BEGINNING: Alyson, who is originally from Ohio, started out as a dancer. She attended a convention at the tender age of seven, which led to her heading to LA for a nine month trial period to try acting. She ended up showing potential, so she and her family relocated there permanently.

She went on to work on several products for The Disney Channel, while still dancing. She worked with several artists, such and Missy Elliott, Ludacris and Eminem during this time, and eventually pursued a singing career.

EXPECTING AMISH: In her new movie Expecting Amish, Alyson plays Mary, who is a friend of Hannah. She describes her character as having a blurred line between ally and villain because although she wants to support her friend in her new journey, she has her own insecurities and jealousies.

To prepare for the role, she read several books and watched documentaries about the Amish culture in order to get a better understanding of the culture’s customs. Her goal was to show what was going on while still hiding the fact that she had a deceitful side to her. This kind of role was a new challenge for her, but one she happily accepted.

WHAT’S NEXT: Now that Expecting Amish is about to premiere, Alyson has been hard at work with several other projects. She as several new movies coming out, such as A-List and Step Up, as well as two new animated shows for Disney and Nickelodeon.

In addition, she is going to be in New York for a concert series she is working on August 8th and 9th.

ADVICE TO FANS: Alyson has been a star for most of her life and has also been a very positive role model for her fans. When asked about what advice she would give them, she had a very interesting answer: build self awareness and emotional intelligence so we can relate to the environment and people according to the past. Be in tuned to your own mind and spirit in order to become a responsible, scholarly, respectful citizen for society.

PEOPLE WOULD BE SURPRISED TO KNOW: Although she is a staple on television and film, Alyson is actually ‘painfully normal’ and an ‘extreme introvert.’ She is social because of her job, but would prefer to be home alone with a good book or spending time outside.

She is also in school studying neuroscience. She is still taking the gen-ed classes, but is loving every moment of being a college student. She says it is a good way to keep her grounded so she isn’t entirely busy with work.

Alyson Stoner Talks Rixton, ER Visit, Step Up, And More
Posted by Kiki on 17/07/2014 at 6:14 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner called in yesterday to talk about everything she’s been up to lately. Her friend Isabella, from Phineas and Ferb, even made an appearance. Check it out!

Alyson Stoner on Major Crimes
Posted by Kiki on 15/07/2014 at 5:30 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner guest starred on an episode of TNT’s Major Crimes last night. If you missed the episode check out one of the most intense moments from it. Also check out a behind the scenes photo of Alyson from the episode. What did you guys think?

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“Expecting Amish” – Preview Clip
Posted by Kiki on 14/07/2014 at 11:40 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner Interview with Nerd Probs
Posted by Kiki on 14/07/2014 at 8:25 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner is one of the busiest women in Hollywood taking on acting, dancing and also singing. Most notable for her roles in Disney Channel’s Camp Rock movie and as the voice of “Isabella” on Disney’s hit show ‘Phineas and Ferb,’ it was her amazing performances in the ‘Step Up’ movies and her musical talents that made us want to have a chat with Alyson (who is one of the most authentic and lovely human beings I’ve ever chatted with). Check out our interview with Alyson below and don’t forget to watch her on Lifetime Channels “Expecting Amish” on July 14th and also in ‘Step Up: All in” on August 8th.

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Ashleigh: How did you get started in acting, singing, and dancing?

Alyson: I’m from Toledo, Ohio and at age 3 I admired my older sister who was a dancer, so I enrolled at the same dance academy as her in their modern program until I was 7. Then I went to an IMTA convention and met with different agents and managers, just for fun, I wasn’t really thinking about making it career. I showed enough potential that they recommended I spend time out to Los Angeles, so my Mom and I commented from Toledo to Los Angeles for the next 9 months. I went on quite a few auditions and after the 9 months my family all moved out to California and my little kid from Ohio dream turned into an everyday reality.

Ashleigh: You’ve been in 3 of the ‘Step Up’ movies so far, what do you like about the ‘Step Up’ franchise?

Alyson: I personally find that each instalment has a different director, cast and crew, and I’ve also been in a different season in my life for each of them, so I feel like each movie is a unique experience that centres around my undying passion for music and dance. Also, I think that the success of the franchise is helpful for launching different aspects of my career. It’s sort of the reliable cousin that you can always count on for every family reunion. Because of ‘Step Up’ I’ve been able to really take my career to the next level. I have them to thank for a lot of my success.

Ashleigh: What is it like on the set?

Alyson: For me it’s a new experience every single time, because – The dance community has a great strength in synergizing immediately. So we recognize that opposed to being competition, which we are in the audition process, once we’re on the job is about cohesion, it’s about striving to highlight each individual in their own element, while also creating something that is visually tantalizing to the audience. While the ingredients of each movie has been different, the recipe for success is the same, which is to click immediately and make the best possible movie.

Ashleigh: Before ‘Step Up: All In’ hits theatres, fans can watch you in a lifetime movie entitled ‘Expecting Amish.’ Can you tell us a little about that movie?

Alyson: ‘Expecting Amish’ stars Jesse McCartney, AJ Mikalka, Jean-Lue Bilodeau and myself during Rumspringa which is the time that Amish teenagers get to decide if they want to remain in the Amish community and abide by their belief system or venture out into the English world. It’s really thought provoking and challenging to study a different culture and I can’t just make character decision on my own inklings, I have to sort get into a different mindset. I play Mary, AJ’s best friend, she wilder than most of the characters I’ve portrayed but it’s been because of her upbringing. She is quick to experiment and quick to try anything and everything. Mary’s personality adds a good contrast to AJ’s character and we show what it’s like to grow up Amish and know that there’s this whole world happening outside your community but being told that’s it’s evil and wrong, and wrestling with that. It’s a major spiritual and psychological issue that everyone wrestles with in the Amish community.

Ashleigh: For your research did you ever watch TLC’s ‘Breaking Amish’?

Alyson: I did not, I personally watched a documentary that AJ recommended. I’m glad I did because the format was more raw and vivid than the style that a 27 minute reality television show can really get into. What’s great is we actually have friends who belong or have previously belonged to the Amish community, so we got first hand stories and I was able to talk with them about visitors and visiting the Amish country. It was very enlightening to think this is very much going on as we speak. What was really interesting was that the upcoming Amish generation is actually closer to average American teenager in their use of the English language because of the use of technology.

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Step Up All In Cast Gives You The Scoop
Posted by Kiki on 14/07/2014 at 3:33 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson Stoner and the cast of Step Up All In give you all the latest scoop on their upcoming movie Step Up All In! Check it out below! Step Up All In hits theaters on August 8th! Make sure to watch!

‘Expecting Amish’ Stills
Posted by Kiki on 12/07/2014 at 5:29 pm | Comment this (0)

I came across 5 new still photos of Alyson Stoner from her upcoming Lifetime movie “Expecting Amish“. Check them out below. Expecting Amish premieres on Lifetime next Saturday (July 19th) at 8pm! Make sure to tune in!

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Alyson Stoner Master Class at Millennium in Salt Lake City
Posted by Kiki on 10/07/2014 at 2:07 pm | Comment this (0)

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