EXCLUSIVE Interview with Alyson Stoner
Posted by Kiki on 19/04/2014 at 1:33 pm | Comment this (0)

In celebration of 3 years online here’s a special treat — Check out my EXCLUSIVE interview with the one and only, Alyson Stoner. Alyson chatted exclusively with to discuss her upcoming films, new music, and much more! Read the interview below! Thanks again, Alyson!

AlysonStonerUS: You blew us away with your single Dragon (That’s What You Wanted). When can we be expecting a new single?

Alyson Stoner: The truth about the music process for me is it’s a creative endeavor, more of a hobby or second job, than my main income, acting. As a young person, I still have the same responsibilities of paying for college classes, rent, food, and basic living expenses like all of my friends. I write music when I’m inspired, but it has often taken the back burner for more immediate duties. My hope is to release a new song called “Cutting Room Floor” and record two more within 2014.


AlysonStonerUS: How did it feel reading everyone’s positive reviews on the song/video?

Alyson Stoner: I admit, I had put so much time, energy, and money into this song and video (everything came out of my own pocket), that I was proud even to just COMPLETE the project, let alone release it. The team I built and the people involved brought a dream to fruition. I was so confident in the work we’d done that it didn’t matter what other people thought. I, the “recovering” perfectionist, was shockingly pleased! After hearing nearly 100% positive feedback, it was icing on the cake and an extreme encouragement to stay true to my creative instincts and vision.


 AlysonStonerUS: Do you plan on releasing another EP or album this year?

Alyson Stoner: Life is what happens while we’re planning it, ya know? I’ve discovered that following spontaneous creative impulses (which is what sparked Dragon as well as Sweater Weather), is the better route to releasing music more often. I can’t wait for you to hear Cutting Room Floor. The concept is incredibly moving, but the track’s heartbeat still pumps like an anthem. Such a beautiful, powerful force. As for a standard EP or album, I’m going where the wind blows. Music and art simply can’t be controlled, I’m learning (Unless you have a lot of money.. a LOT of money).


AlysonStonerUS: This summer fans will be watching you on the big screen for your returning role as Camille in the newest Step Up film. Tell us about the movie. How does this one differ from all the other previous Step Up films?

Alyson Stoner: Step Up All In is directed by the coolest woman in the world, Trish Sie. She directed that fabulous OK, Go video where the artists are all on treadmills doing different choreography in one continuous take. She’s off the wall and also acutely aware of dance, since she’s a former choreographer herself. Besides the outrageous athleticism and competitive nature of dance captured on film, there’s also a beautiful story about channeling your dream and learning to face the realities of life without losing sight of your passion.


 AlysonStonerUS: What can we expect to see with Camille’s character? How has she grown since the last time we saw her? Will we see her relationship with Moose grow?

Alyson Stoner: You’ll be surprised at the starting point for Camille and Moose. Or, maybe it’ll be exactly what you expected. Either way, Camille and Moose are older, wiser, more developed as people. They have a sophisticated perspective on taking care of what matters and keeping priorities straight. But their continued love of dance is something that’ll either draw them closer or apart.


 AlysonStonerUS: Hoovey the Movie is based on a true and inspiring story and expected to release sometime in 2014. What role do you play in the film?

Alyson Stoner: I play Jen Elliott, Hoovey’s sister. In real life, Jen was a champion track star who also battled her own health scare. In the movie, the focus is on Hoovey’s condition. I’ve just seen a few brief clips and it looks to be very bright, wholesome, and touching.


 AlysonStonerUS: 2014 has only just started and you already have so many films in the works. Which role/film are you most excited for everyone to see?

Alyson Stoner:  I am most excited for you to see my role as Mary in the Amish Film project. I have never experimented with so many sides of my personality as when I’m identifying with the curiosities, insecurities, and jealousies of Mary. I also rarely ever play a character who explicitly shows what she’s feeling, including the ugly sides. Sarcasm and spite, sure. But, some of these scenes? Yikes. She’s a bit manipulative, whether or not she knows it.


AlysonStonerUS: What’s a typical day on set for you? Any fun behind the scenes experiences you can share?

Alyson Stoner: A typical day on set is generally showing up around 6a. I dump my personal belongings in a small trailer (maximum occupancy two, ha!), hit the breakfast line -catering is so much better than my instant oatmeal at home – then go through “the works.” This includes wardrobe, hair and make-up. Sometimes we’ll be pulled early for blocking, where we’ll run the scene with the director and crew to plan our physical marks and movements; the camera operator has to learn her/his choreography, too. While waiting for the crew to light, I like to pull the actors together to run the scene and start getting into character. Sometimes we improvise, sometimes I stay quiet and create memories as my character to enter her reality. This way, when the director calls action, the first take already has some golden moments. With independent films, we’re filming 6 or 7 scenes a day. Sometimes you only get ONE take! We normally work 12-13 hours.

On the Amish film, we spent the moments in between takes making up Amish remixes to pop songs. Instead of “Whip My Hair,” I said “Pin my hair” because we had to keep our mane in a tight bun. Beyonce’s “Check Up On It” became “Check my Bonnet.” All in good fun, of course.


AlysonStonerUS: What has been one of your most memorable experiences in your career so far?

Alyson Stoner: One of the most memorable experiences in my career to date was performing on stage in Argentina. That was the first concert where I not only saw signs in the crowd with my name on it, but fans also threw stuffed animals and gifts on stage for me. I expected them to do so for the Jonas Brothers who were headlining, but to have that kind of love and support directed at me was otherworldly and overwhelming. I felt like I departed from my body and was watching it happen, wide-eyed. It is never for the fame or fortune, but to affect and share in such an atmosphere is undeniably special.

The journey is full of highs and lows, hope and suffering, and every moment is worth remembering.


New Layout
Posted by Kiki on 19/04/2014 at 1:25 pm | Comment this (0)

On Sunday, April 20th, is celebrating 3 YEARS ONLINE! It’s unbelievable how much the site has grown since I first launched it 3 years ago today. Thank you to ALL who constantly visit and support the site. It wouldn’t of gotten to this point without you all. I truly appreciate it. As a little -pre-celebration, check out the NEW LAYOUT on the site. It’s a great change now that Spring is here. Hope you all like it and keep checking back for updates. xo



“Escaping Amish” Official Trailer – First Look!
Posted by Kiki on 11/04/2014 at 11:25 am | Comment this (0)

Check out the official trailer for Alyson’s NEW MOVIEEscaping Amish” starring Alyson, AJ Michalka, Jesse Mccartney and many more! It looks incredible. Stay tuned for more info!

Escaping Amish Montage from Richard Gabai on Vimeo.

Performing at the Lights Camera Cure Dance Marathon
Posted by Kiki on 25/03/2014 at 1:00 pm | Comment this (0)

Alyson performed at the Lights Camera Cure Dance Marathon on March 23rd. I added to the gallery 16 large quality photos from Alyson’s amazing performance. I also added 1 medium quality photo of Alyson and her dancers backstage. Check them out below.

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Step Up: All In Official Trailer
Posted by Kiki on 20/03/2014 at 5:44 pm | Comment this (0)

Hollywood Knights Celebrity Basketball Game at Corona High School
Posted by Kiki on 18/03/2014 at 7:34 pm | Comment this (0)

Check out a video from the Hollywood Knights Celebrity Basketball game a few weeks back. You can spot Alyson throughout the video and also see what happens during the game!

New Still from “Hoovey” the Movie
Posted by Kiki on 05/03/2014 at 9:06 pm | Comment this (0)

I added to the gallery 1 new high quality still of Alyson Stoner from her upcoming movie “Hoovey“. No official date has been set for the release but it’s expected to be released sometime in mid 2014! Check it out below! Stay tuned for more info!


Hoovey tells the story about  promising high school basketball player Eric “Hoovey” (Cody Linley) collapses on the court, doctors discover a life-threatening brain tumor. Hoovey will survive the high-risk surgery, but at what cost? Can he relearn to walk, read, even to see clearly? The road is long, and meanwhile overwhelming medical bills threaten to undo everything his parents, Jeff and Ruth, have taken a lifetime to build. With seemingly no one to turn to—but with tenacity and love born of faith—an entire family regains its footing. Hoovey learns to read again, to dribble and shoot a basketball and, finally, stepping out in faith, he’s back on court for another shot at his dream . . .

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Alyson Stoner at the Hollywood Knights Celebrity Basketball Game
Posted by Kiki on 28/02/2014 at 2:52 pm | Comment this (0)

I added to the gallery 14 high quality photos of Alyson Stoner at the Hollywood Knights Celebrity Basketball Game at Corona High School on February 22nd. Check them out below!

Home > Public Appearances > 2014 > February 22nd – Hollywood Knights Celebrity Basketball Team at Corona High School

Phineas & Ferb Nominated for Kids Choice Award
Posted by Kiki on 24/02/2014 at 6:24 pm | Comment this (0)

They are finally here – the nominations for the 2014 Kids’ Choice Awards have officially been released! Phineas & Ferb is nominated for Favorite Cartoon and Perry the Platypus is nominated for Favorite Animated Animal Sidekick! Phineas & Ferb deserves to WIN so as soon as voting begins, make sure you cast your vote everyday! Congratulations to the cast on their nomination!



The Kids’ Choice Awards take place Saturday, March 29, from 8-9:30 p.m. ET/PT

Favorite Animated Animal Sidekick
Patrick Star
Perry the Platypus

Favorite Cartoon
Adventure Time
Phineas & Ferb
SpongeBob SquarePants
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

**Stay tuned for voting information!**

Young at Heart Valentines Formal
Posted by Kiki on 22/02/2014 at 1:23 pm | Comment this (0)

I added to the gallery 9 large quality photos of Alyson at Red Eye Inc’s “YOUNG AT HEART Valentines Formal” on February 16th! Check them out below!

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