Thanks to TeenVogue, we have 3 stills with Bella for the upcoming movie the DUFF, and also a photoshoot image by Guy Lowndes for TeenVogue.
I had previously added one promo for the DUFF, which is from the CBS site for the film.
The flick is based on the novel The DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend), by Kody Keplinger, who was only 17 when she wrote it. Protagonist Bianca (played by Mae Whitman) has been labeled “the DUFF” by the student body and is determined to overthrow Madison (Bella’s character), the school’s evil queen. “I don’t like playing mean characters, but Madison isn’t your typical pretty girl,” Bella reveals. “She wears simple outfits and doesn’t raise her voice.” Her dark brown eyes widen. “All the fire is in her expression!”
Bella jumps up to go to the gym for her next take. It’s decked out with a rotating disco ball and full-on party decor for this pivotal scene, where Madison, in Bella’s words, “finally gets her slap in the face.” With The Hangover’s Ken Jeong as a costar (“He is so cool!”) and a tight-knit cast (“Skyler Samuels and I go to the pool on our days off. We’re soaking with organic coconut oil—it’s supposed to be good for you!”), this experience has been one for the ages. “I’ve never gone to an actual homecoming,” Bella whispers to me from the stage. “But I’m living it now, so I don’t need to do it for real!”
“Robbie is so funny with his Toronto accent that he tries to hide,” Bella says of costar Robbie Amell, who plays the movie’s leading man. “He’s so cool. He asks me if I want to watch the the Kings game, so I’m like, ‘Yeah.’ I want to learn about hockey so I always try to get Robbie to teach me! And he’s like, ‘Shut up, I’m trying to watch the game!'”
|- 004 x Promotional Photos/Stills
– 001 x By Guy Lowndes for TeenVogue
Bella is the cover star for Latina Magazine December 2014/January 2015 issue. Added the outtakes from the photoshoot the the gallery, along with the cover!
Cuban-American singer and actress Bella Thorne dishes on her upcoming movie roles and the personal life of a rising star in Latina’s December 2014/January 2015 issue. The 17-year-old fashionista reveals how she handles the criticism on everything from her clothes to her ethnicity in Latina’s exclusive interview, which hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on November 10, 2014.
On the public’s response to her fashion choices: “Does it irk me? Definitely. It irks me deep down into my soul. It’s like, ‘What do you want from me? I’m a teenager.’ ”
On her recent breakup with on-and-off boyfriend Tristan Klier: “He doesn’t really get why I can’t just go to the mall or go to the gym like a regular teenager because of who I am. It’s a little tough at times.”
On having her first big role on Disney’s Shake It Up cancelled without warning: “We read about it in the trades. Nobody from the network told us. It did feel like a betrayal. The show was my home for three years, and the cast and crew were my family.”
On putting her other passion, writing, to good use: “I wanted to write a book because I’m dyslexic. It’s important to me to show my fans all over the world that if I can do it by working for it, so can they.”
On defining her Latin roots, despite criticism, after her father’s tragic death: “I know I’m Latina. I don’t think speaking Spanish or having dark hair is what makes you Latin. That’s ridiculous and it irritates me when people question it. Having a quince made me feel closer to my roots and closer to my dad.”
On working and entitlement: I wish people knew how hard I work. People are so quick to judge. They think I am some spoiled little rich girl who was just handed all this. They don’t see how hard I worked and everything I fought to overcome to get here. I worked for it all, and so did my family.
|- 011 x Latina Magazine Cover Outtakes
– 001 x Latina Magazine [December 2014/January 2015]
Bella attended on October 22nd, the Just Dance Homecoming 2015 held at Aspire Pacific Academy and was on hand to crown the king and queen.
And on October 25th, Bella attended Taylor Spreitler’s Birthday Party.
Images from both events have been added to the gallery!
|- 008 x ‘Just Dance’ Homecoming in Huntington Park|
|- 016 x Taylor Spreitler’s Birthday Celebration|
Bella will voice a young version of Laura, the love interest in The Weinstein Co.’s animated comedy ‘Underdogs’!!
Disney Channel mega-star Bella Thorne, last seen in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, has joined the voice cast of the animated foosball comedy Underdogs for The Weinstein Company.
Hitting theaters in April of 2015, Underdogs is an Argentine-Spanish family film from director Juan José Campanella that follows the adventures of a Foosball table that magically comes to life. One of the players must defend his hometown and his girlfriend from a nefarious soccer player, with the animated adventure undergoing a more Hollywood-style revision.
The recently announced American cast also includes pop star Ariana Grande, Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Matthew Morrison (Glee), Katie Holmes (The Giver), John Leguizamo (Chef), Eugenio Derbez (Instructions Not Included), Taran Killam (12 Years a Slave), Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live) and Chazz Palminteri (Rizzoli & Isles).
Underdogs is not only undergoing an American cast update, its also getting a dialogue retooling as well, with the story being tweaked for domestic audience. Bella Thorne is voicing a young version of the love interest Laura, who will be played later in the film by both Ariana Grande and Katie Holmes.
Bella Thorne joins the cast of Underdogs for TWC after having taken on a role in their upcoming horror reboot Amityville: The Awakening.
Underdogs comes to theaters April 10th, 2015 and stars Rupert Grint, Peter Serafinowicz, Anthony Head, Rob Brydon, Juan José Campanella, Ralf Little, Pablo Rago, Miguel Ángel Rodríguez. The film is directed by Juan José Campanella.
Bella has gotten a new guest-starring role! Read about it below, from E! News. Will post more info as it pops up.
Make way for the hospital’s new diva!
Former Disney darling Bella Thorne is set to guest star on Fox’s freshman drama Red Band Society, E! News has exclusively learned.
The Shake It Up star will play Delaney Shaw, an extremely popular pop star who will check into Ocean Park Hospital for “exhaustion.” (We all know what that really means, right?!) But it seems like Delaney isn’t too exhausted as the trainwreck will get involved with two (!) of our Red Band boys.
Better keep a close eye on Jordi (Nolan Sotillo) and Leo (Charlie Rowe), Emma (Ciara Bravo)! Or could Dash (Astro) finally be getting a love interest (and triangle) of his very own?
Aside from Shake It Up, Thorne has made appearances on The O.C., Big Love and Wizards of Waverly Place, and recently guest starred on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. She’s set to star in the upcoming adaptation of The DUFF, opposite Parenthood’s Mae Whitman, as Madison, the school’s resident evil queen.
Other guest stars set to visit Ocean Park in upcoming episodes include Mandy Moore as Dr. McAndrews’ (Dave Annable) ex and The Secret Life of the American Teenager’s Daren Kagasoff as the hospital’s new bad boy.
While it’s taken a two-week break due to the World Series, Red Band Society returns with an all-new episode on Nov. 5. And Red Band, which was one of our favorite new offerings of the fall, also seemed to click with viewers, as it’s currently sitting at No. 7 in our definitive ranking of all the new shows.
Red Band Society airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox.
Bella is featured in the new issue of 360 Magazine! You can take a look at some scans of it in our gallery now.
|- 004 x 360 Magazine [Autumn 2014]|
The episode of CSI, Book of Shadows, featuring Bella is airing tonight, October 19th, on CBS! Here is the episode preview! Sadly seems to not feature Bella.
There are also two sneak peeks from the upcoming episode.
Also Yahoo shared a clip featuring Bella, but I cannot put it here on the site, but be sure to click HERE and take a look!
Bella Thorne, star of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, in theaters 0ct. 10, imagines the worst possible date ever, and it involves a broken engine, ugly shoes, and the “Pharrell hat.
When she’s not hitting the silver screen alongside Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner, Bella Thorne lends her voice to a variety of causes.
Along with working the Thirst Project to bring water to people in developing countries, she’s an animal rights supporter and hopes to one day open a cat sanctuary.
The star of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is also a writer and takes her experience from being bullied as writing inspiration for her new novel “Autumn Falls.”
You can always watch the most recent FULL EPISODE at: http://www.takepart.com/live
It’s Bella’s birthday today October 8th! We wanted to wish her a very happy 17th birthday and we hope she will have a fantastic day!