Willow talks to RelateMag.com

Willow did an interview with Relatemag.com where she talks about Catching Fire, her fans, upcoming projects, being on the cover of Seventeen magazine, and more! It’s such a great interview, check it out here. Also, our original gallery is working again, huge thanks to our awesome host for helping fix it!

Do you have any up and coming projects that you can tell us a little bit about?
Well, I am working on Mockingjay part 1 and 2 right now. So I will be busy with that for a while. I am also going to be shooting a movie directed by Jennifer Lynch, starring Vincent D’Onofrio and Tim Roth.

If you could remake any movie, what movie would it be? What role would you play and who would you like to play opposite of you?
“The Breakfast Club”. I think that would be a cool film to remake. I would love to play Molly Ringwald’s part and then have a bunch of other young actors. Maybe Asa Butterfield. I think he is very talented.

What was it like being on Seventeen’s cover? What was the photo shoot like? What was your favorite part?
Being on Seventeen’s cover was a dream. It’s something that I never thought would have happened to me. The shoot was in New York and I had never been there before, so that was really exciting. The clothes were incredible, which is always fun and the people involved in hair, makeup and styling made it very fun.

Read more: RelateMag.com

Gallery Down: Sorry!

Hi Willow fans! As you may have noticed, our sites gallery has been down for the past few weeks. Since we could not find the error, we had to completely reinstall the gallery. The gallery is working again now but we have to upload all the previous photos over again so it may take a few days for it to be back to normal. Thank you for your patience!

Bryan Sheffield Photography

Bryan Sheffield has released some gorgeous pictures he shot of Willow for Aritzia magazine! The photoshoot was done in a Los Angeles mansion a few months ago, and the location looks beautiful! We love the new outtakes!

INTERVIEW with Willow Shields!

Our site got the amazing opportunity to do an interview with miss Willow Shields herself! Willow has been super busy these past few months so we are beyond thankful that we got the chance to chat with her! Willow talks Catching Fire, Mockingjay, dancing, charity, and more! Photos by Keith Cotton.

IW: You can act, you love to dance, and you are great with art and photography. Are there any other skills or hobbies you would like to tackle?
Willow: I do a little dancing and gymnastics. I would love to have the time to get better at both of those. Sometimes, when I am shooting or traveling I miss a lot of my lessons, so then I fall behind in classes. I would love to be able to pursue these more.

With Mockingjay filming coming up, is there a certain scene you’re excited or nervous to shoot?
Willow: Well, there is definitely one scene that I am excited AND nervous about. Won’t say which, in case someone reading this has not read all the books. But, I am pretty sure everyone else knows what scene I mean.

The Hunger Games has so many important messages and themes in it, what stands out to you the most about the story?
Willow: Biggest message for me has always been family and how important those ties are. Do whatever is necessary to protect your family and the ones you love.

Prim was only 12 when Katniss went into the games, can you imagine what it must have been like for her to watch her sister in the arena?
Willow: I can’t really imagine what it was like for Prim to watch her sister in the games. I can only imagine that Prim was forever changed by it. I don’t think you can watch something like that and not be.

You have gotten to travel a lot for your work, is there a place you have not been that you would like to visit?

Willow: I would love to travel the whole world. But right now, I kind of want to take a trip through Europe. I just got to go to London, for the Catching Fire premiere, and it made me want to travel around there more.

Tundrakatiebean: How has your age affected your career?
Willow: I think when you are young, a lot of parts are small. You play the kid in the family, the little sister. It’s hard to find really interesting roles. Luckily, Prim was a really interesting character.

Dreamofactress: What’s your favorite go-to hairstyle?

Willow: My favorite go to hairstyle would have to be down and naturally wavy or up in a messy bun.

LetsEndTT: Willow, are there any other charities besides Operation Smile & STOMP Out Bullying you support?
Willow: I am also involved with The Thirst Project, which helps bring safe drinking water into communities by building wells. I also try and do volunteer work closer to home, in shelters.

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