Thursday, June 27, 2013

Headmistress Kirova has wrapped filming!


So sad to have Olga be done with filming already! :(


We loved having you as Kirova and we can't wait to see all the hard work you've done

NEW SET PICTURE of Zoey Deutch, Sarah Hyland and Lucy Fry

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From left to right: Zoey Deutch (Rose), Lea Thompson (Zoey's mom), Sarah Hyland (Natalie), and Lucy Fry (Lissa)

"London Day 39 - The star's mom (an old pro at this) sits with her daughter and the cast at the monitors. CUUUUTE!" - via Don Murphy

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

"Mako Mermaids" starring Lucy Fry will premiere on Netflix July 26th


Netflix today announced "Mako Mermaids," a new adventure from the creators of global hit teen series "H2O: Just Add Water," is splashing down on July 26 exclusively on Netflix in July.

"Mako Mermaids" revisits the world introduced in "H2O: Just Add Water," a long-running Australian series from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions that has captured the imagination of young audiences in over 120 countries and has become a huge favorite of Netflix members in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland and the Nordics. 

(Watch the trailer + Read More underneath)

Monday, June 24, 2013

Filming Week 5

June 29
Role: Mia

Roles: Mia's friend and Mason (@CameronMonaghan)



Role: Alberta

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Saturday, June 22, 2013

HAPPY 1 MONTH GIVEAWAY!!! (CLOSED)


THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED. Congrats to @BloodSistersUK on Twitter!



Today is a very special day for us here at DL. One month ago today Dhampir Life was born (May 22nd!!) and we cant even believe it's been this long already. We have enjoyed every second of it and thank every single one of you for being a part of this with us!




This is kind of, sort of, a BFD for us and we wanted to share our excitement with all of you so what better than showing our appreciation for all of your amazing support? 

So, now on to the exciting part


HAPPY 1 MONTH GIVEAWAY!!!


(Do you all remember this day? WE DOOOO. )

One lucky winner will be receiving 1 autographed copy of "Vampire Academy" + 1 (unsigned) copy of the Vampire Academy Graphic Novel!

Enter Below ( you can get a total of 5 entries!)

NEW pic of Dominic Sherwood (Christian Ozera)

"Dom bein' Dom."via Zoey Deutch on Instagram

Olga Kurylenko on the cover of Vogue Ukraine July 2013

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Publication: Vogue Ukraine
Issue: July 2013
Model: Olga Kurylenko
Photography: Phil Poynter
Styling: Anders SĂžlvsten Thomsen
Hair: Lyndell Mansfield
Make-up: Andrew Gallimore
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(See the complete interview, scans, HQ, and video underneath!)

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Richelle Mead talks about Zoey Deutch, the Vampire Academy movie, Fiery Heart, and more with Hollywood Crush!

'Vampire Academy' Author Was 'Astonished' When She Read The Script


Much like the romance between guardian-in-training Rose Hathaway and her dreamy Dhampir instructor Dimitri Belikov, bringing "Vampire Academy" to the big screen has been a complicated process full of twists and turns and anxiety-inducing cliffhangers. But, after years of will-they-won't-they, the powers that be have green-lit the production (re-titled "Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters"), which is currently being shot in London with leads Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry and Danila Kozlovskiy.
In celebration (and anticipation) of the film, we hopped on the phone with author Richelle Mead to talk about the long road to movie, a "21 Jump Street"-inspired cameo idea and the next "Bloodlines" novel, "Fiery Heart."
Hollywood Crush: We've been talking about this movie for years, but now we canactually talk about this movie. Does it feel real yet, or will that happen once it's hit theaters?
Richelle Mead: It's a mix of both, for sure. It's so far away, being shot in the UK. There are days that go by and you almost forget it's there, and then—bam!—something happens. I'll see a still from the set or hear one of the actors on social media, and it just brings the whole world to a stop. You're just like, "Oh my god, this is really—there is a movie. It's not something that's far away and removed. It's actually happening." It's definitely getting more and more real each day.
+ Read more of her interview under the cut:

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Richelle Mead talks Vampire Academy Blood Sisters, Dimitri and Rose with Hypable


"Today we spoke with Richelle Mead about Vampire Academy Blood Sisters. She gave us some insight to the script and our favorite characters Dimitri and Rose.
Question: I was wondering if a person or actor inspired the character of Dmitri? Or if you know any hot Russians personally?
Richelle: I’m afraid Dmitri came straight outta my brain. People have asked this and I have contemplated that maybe I should have mentioned it a long time ago, come up with a story to stick to and tell people. I can make up this great thing about maybe my car broke down and a hot Russian came and helped me fix my tire. I basically built a lot of mystique around the character. But the truth is he was born straight from me.
Question: From the actors that you have met playing the characters, which one have you met that matches your imagination from the character the best?
Richelle: I haven’t met any of the cast yet. They all are just spot on. I am so thrilled with the way that they did this casting. Everyone was just, I feel, very handpicked. The director was so conscientious about matching the characters personality with them. I think the one that most is, Gosh, it’s really hard to pick anyone I would say is the most. I mean Zoey has that vibrancy and energy that Rose has. Danila’s got that stoic Dmitri thing going down. Maybe it’s cause he’s a little older than the rest of the cast which is exactly how it should be for the books. I think the one that really knocked me out was when I saw Cameron Monaghan cast as Mason. He is just such a dead ringer for the Mason in my head which is bitter sweet for those who know Mason and the rest of the series. I look and I just think oh Cameron. But ya, they all are, I just couldn’t be more thrilled with the way it panned out.
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Monday, June 17, 2013