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LQ Stills of Now Add Honey

August 03, 2014



I added two low quality stills of Lucy’s new movie Now Add Honey. Lucy plays Honey Halloway,  the Hollywood teen star returns home to Australia for a short trip and finds her life crumbling into chaos. Now Add Honey is slated for late 2014 release.


Gallery Links: Home > Movie Production > Now Add Honey

Lucy as Alex Hayes in The Preppie Connection

July 29, 2014


Lucy has been cast in The Preppie Connection as Alex Hayes, the most popular girl in school who becomes the apple of a young drug dealer’s eye. Directed by Joseph Castello, The Preppie Connection is a chronicles that exploits a group of private school students who ran a drug distribution operation in the early 1980s. The story centers on Toby, the lower-class scholarship student, who uses his street cred and access to drugs to make friends with the popular kids, eventually allowing him to cultivate a drug trafficking network. You can see the first behind the scene picture of Lucy with Thomas Mann below.




Gallery Links: Movie Production > The Preppie Connection > Behind The Scene

Lucy Fry Exclusive Interview

July 07, 2014


Lucy sat down with Female First to chat about the DVD release of Vampire Academy in UK where she also talked about her two upcoming films Now Add Honey & 6 Miranda Drive.

Lucy Fry has teamed up with Zoey Deutch to lead an all-star cast in Vampire Academy: which is an adaptation of the novel by Richelle Mead.


We caught up with Fry to chat about the film, her role as Lissa Dragomir, and other film projects she has on the horizon.


– Vampire Academy is about to be released on DVD, so can you tell me a bit about the film?


It’s really fun! There is a great mix of comedy action and Romance all surrounding the powerful friendship between Rose and Lissa.


– You take on the role of Lissa Dragomir in the film, what was it about this character and Daniel Waters’ script that drew you to the project?


I loved the Journey that Lissa goes through. At first, she is really shy and relies on her best friend Rose for everything, then she tries to take matters into her own hands and fix things alone but this just makes her even more fragile and crazy.


She goes on a really wild ride emotionally and eventually learns how to be at peace with herself… but only after hitting rock bottom first.


– Vampire Academy is the first in a series of success and popular books, so how much responsibility do you feel knowing that there is already a very dedicated fan base attached to this story and characters?


I never thought of it as responsibility but rather a shared excitement for this story.


It’s really encouraging to know that there are fans of the books who feel as connected to Lissa as I do.


– How much did you use the novels as you were developing the character of Lissa? Or did you just use what you had in the script?


I used the book constantly as a reference point because it helped me to really flesh out the subconscious journey Lissa goes through.


The book really delves into the complexity of her powers and how they hurt her, as well as the reasons why she turns on Rose and lets herself get hurt in the process of winning back power.


It was amazing to have so much depth written for me to refer to.


– Friendship is really at the core of this story, so how did you find working with Zoey Deutch in particular, as this is the core relationship?


I loved working with Zoey; she is a phenomenal actress and always such fun to be around. They couldn’t have found a more perfect Rose.


– This movie mixes, friendship, romance, action, humour, so how much was this blend of different genres a major draw?


I loved it; it was so fun to get to go through the full range of experiences during filming.


From blowing things up, to romance scenes, to playing around with Zoey and every day high school hilarity… I loved it.


– Mark Waters is in the director’s chair for the film, so how did you find working with him? What kind of director was he?


He was amazing. He pays so much attention to detail and really knows how to bring out the comedy in a scene.


I felt really safe working with him because I knew he wouldn’t move on to the next scene until he got exactly what he needed.


– How collaborative a process was it between Mark and yourself as you were developing the character of Lissa? Was he very open to you bringing your own ideas to the table?


Well Lissa already existed very clearly as a complicated three-dimensional character in the book, so it was easy for both of us to see clearly who she was.


However, in terms of how I played her, he was very open to my interpretation. Especially with the healing scenes.


It took me a while to get my head around how that pain would feel in my body and Mark was open to the way I wanted to play the healing process.


– Away from Vampire Academy, you are also set to star in Now Add Honey, so can you tell me a bit about that?


I LOVED filming Now Add Honey, it was so much fun to go back home and do a really wacky Australian comedy after the intensity of the vampire world!


It is about an American Child Star, Honey Halloway, who flies to Australia with her show mom Beth (played by Portia De Rossi) to secretly release Honey’s new single ‘Pop Down South.’


However, Beth gets caught at the airport for smuggling a huge quantity of pain Killers for her Botox surgery, and is sent to Rehab.


So Honey is dumped with her dysfunctional middle class Australian Family and is forced, agonisingly, to learn what it is to be a normal human being rather than the worshipped starlet she grew up as.


I think that an English Audience will love it too because our humour is very similar!


– You are currently filming 6 Miranda Drive, how is that going? How are you finding Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell as parents?


They are truly amazing fake parents! This is my first film to be shot in America and I feel so lucky that they have both been really generous with their wisdom about how to navigate the industry here.


Also, I love watching them act. I stay on set to watch their scenes together because it is an amazing opportunity for me to learn from two incredibly brilliant actors.


– Throughout your career, we have seen you move between TV and film projects, so how do the find moving between the two mediums?


At the moment I am loving film, I love how every scene needs to be strong and important in order to get the story across in the 2 hours or so time frame.


I just love being on set and being part of a team working together to create something that we all believe in. It’s a euphoric feeling.


– Finally, what’s next for you?


Wait and see!



Australians In Film’s Heath Ledger Scholarship Dinner

June 13, 2014


I added 20 MQ images of Lucy at Australians In Film’s Heath Ledger Scholarship Dinner at SLS Hotel on June 12, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. Click the link below to see the images in the gallery. (Will be updated with HQ pictures later.)




GALLERY LINKS: Public Appearance > 2014 > Australians In Film’s Heath Ledger Scholarship Dinner

David Shama Photoshoot Outtakes

June 11, 2014



I added 2 MQ Outtakes of Lucy from her 2014’s photoshoot with David Shama for Nylon Magazine. Don’t forget to click the link below to see the images in the gallery.




GALLERY LINKS: Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > 2014 > Nylon Magazine

Lucy Fry Outtakes for Russell Baer

May 18, 2014



I added 9 MQ Outtakes of Lucy from her 2013’s stunning photoshoot with Russell Baer. Don’t forget to click the link below to see the images in the gallery.




GALLERY LINKS: Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > 2013 > Russell Baer

Zoey Deutch & Lucy Fry Are Two Sneaky Gals in ‘Vampire Academy’ DVD Extra Clip!

May 15, 2014



Zoey Deutch and Lucy Fry sneak intoJackson Bews‘ room and hypnotize him in this brand new DVD extras clip from their movie Vampire Academy, provided exclusively to


The clip is being premiered just in time for the film’s DVD release, which falls on Tuesday (May 20). Be sure to grab your copy when it hits store shelves!


In the film, Zoey plays Rose Hathaway, a Dhampir, which is a half human-half vampire, a guardian of the Moroi, who are peaceful, mortal vampires living discreetly within our world. Her calling is to protect the Moroi from bloodthirsty, immortal Vampires, the Strigoi.


Watch the clip below!





‘6 Miranda Drive’ Adds ‘Vampire Academy’s Lucy Fry

May 07, 2014


Deadline reports Lucy is joining the micro budget film ‘6 Miranda Drive’.  Lucy will play Stephanie, the family’s bright and introverted teenage daughter. For more information, read the article below.


Australian actress Lucy Fry is going from Vampire Academy to the spooked suburbs in 6 Miranda Drive, from Blumhouse Productions. Pic stars Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell in the tale of a family that returns home from a Grand Canyon vacay with a supernatural force in tow. Fry has been cast as Stephanie, the family’s bright and introverted teenage daughter. Fellow Aussie Greg McLean (Wolf Creek, Wolf Creek 2) wrote and is directing the Blumhouse pic which Universal is set to distribute. Jason Blum is producing for Blumhouse alongside Matt Kaplan of Chapter One and Bianca Martino of Emu Creek Pictures. Fry is a client of ICM Partners, Intellectual Artist Management, Mollison Keightley Management, and Loeb & Loeb.

Pre-order Your Vampire Academy DVD!

April 08, 2014




Special features on the Vampire Academy DVD will include:

Alternate Opening
Deleted Scenes

A Conversation With Author Richelle Mead

Vampire Academy DVD will be released on Blu-ray, Video-On-Demand, and Pay-Per-View on May 20th.


Source: Dhampirlife


Lucy To Star in Victoria Mahoney’s ‘Paper Tiger’

March 31, 2014



IMDB listed Lucy to play Paisley Brown in Victoria Mahoney’s Paper Tiger. Dominic Purcell will play Tommy Shaw, the father of Lucy’s character. Paper Tiger is set to film this coming Summer. You can read the official synopsis below.


Tommy Shaw failed the bar after a stint at the prestigious Berkeley University, and set forth on a life of a process server. He is single and lives in a dingy apartment in Los Angeles.


Paisley Brown is fifteen years old and has just lost her mother to cancer. After her aunts refuse to care for the girl, they seek out her father who doesn’t know she exists.


In this tumultuous introduction, the two fight and bud heads. But in the end both are inspired to accomplish their dreams because they have each other.



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