Check out the first official outtake of Alyson from the photoshoot she did for ‘Step Up All In‘. Doesn’t she look amazing? Hoping to see more! Click the thumbnails to see the full photo!
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Alyson is featured in the September first issue of the Australian magazine “Girl Power” where she talks about her new movie Step Up All In. I added to the gallery one large quality scan of her interview spread. Check it out below!
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First official trailer for the short film, Kadence!
Still reeling from the loss of his mother, a damaging and complex relationship with his father, and a relentless battle with his own inner demons, Kadin’s grip on reality is loosening by the day. Amid this struggle comes an enigmatic and brazen new neighbor, Marissa, who, along with the promise of a budding new friendship gives Kadin an ancient voodoo doll. Her reassurance is seductive and the promise of a brighter future leads Kadin to make a sinister choice.
Written and Directed by: Jacob Johnston
Produced by: Jonathan Back, Rachel Walker, Nicole Hendrix and Jason Rostovsky.
Check out the newest Youtube video from Kurt Schneider featuring Alyson Stoner, Sam Tsui, Alexa G. They did amazing!
Made In Hollywood’s Patrick Stinson interviews stars Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Alyson Stoner, Adam Sevani, Stephen Boss, and producer Adam Shankman.
Here it is! Check out the first official still of Alyson Stoner as “Marissa” in her upcoming movie “Kadence”. Stay tuned for more photos and info on the movie/release. Click the banner to view the photo.
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Check out Alyson’s newest interview with ‘Sweety High” where she talked about her biggest passions, as well as her upcoming work including Step Up All In!
“Growing up, I did not distinguish acting from my other hobbies,” Alyson said.
Along with acting, she was also extremely fond of sports, math team, pottery and painting, among other interests.
“I now see I was so engaged, challenged, and comforted by the process of role-playing and regulating my emotions in auditions that it was an integral life instructor, which is why I believe my passion never faded, only heightened,” she said.
Her first major-onscreen role was for the 2003 film Cheaper by the Dozen. When she first auditioned for the film, director Shawn Levy called her in to read for the role of one of the twin girls.
“After having too much sass, he gave me sides for the other twin,” Alyson said. “Still unsatisfied, he had me read for Sarah Baker. She was supposed to be 13 but my petite frame proved to be a challenge. But eventually he believed my tomboyish spunk fit the bill.”
Alyson nabbed the role, but the call confirming that she got the part couldn’t have come at a worse time!
“I was actually in the process of evacuating my house because of a nearby forest fire,” Alyson said. “I was ecstatic, and also really terrified! I screamed with glee, and then basically went back to packing up memorabilia.”
Alyson was just 3 years old when she started studying ballet, tap and jazz at a local dance studio in Toledo, Ohio. When she moved to L.A. at the age of 7, she took up hip-hop dancing as well.
“Now I study hip-hop, house, breaking and some specialty styles,” she said.
Though her dancing abilities eventually opened up the part for her, Alyson said that her role in Step Up almost didn’t happen.
“I was actually not supposed to be in Step Up,” Alyson explained. “The director of Cheaper By The Dozen 2 was producing Step Up, and he remembered Channing Tatum’s character having a foster sibling. Originally the script called for a little African American boy, but the director took a chance on me and switched the role completely.”
Alyson’s success in Step Up also nabbed her roles in Step Up 3D, as well as the latest installment, Step Up All In.
“I couldn’t have ever perceived the franchise would be so successful and enduring!” she said. “With each film, you do your personal training plus rehearsals, and you embrace all of it knowing the production team could demand anything of you at any second.”
Alyson had always been a singer as well, and she trained vocally even before her time with Disney. She was interested in songwriting from a young age.
“My mom collected hundreds of pages of lyrics I wrote beginning at age five,” Alyson said. “But after Camp Rock, I really honed in on developing a sound and being an artist.”
In the beginning, Alyson’s perfectionism made the process somewhat difficult and emotional for her.
“Because the microphone heard every flaw and nuance, I cried several sessions in a row before acknowledging not every take would be perfect,” she said. “When I learned to let go and face my own voice, I unlocked a wider range, stronger tone, better pitch, and of course, creativity.”