I am starting something new tonight, every Tuesday for the next few weeks, I will be posting a few outtakes from previous shoots Willow has done with her father Rob Shields. I want to send a big thank you to Rob and Keith Cotton for allowing me to post these pics on the site! Tonight I am sharing 2 beautiful photos from 2012, aren’t they lovely?
Hi Willow fans! I have a great new update today. First things first, Willow shot with Keith Cotton Photography again a few weeks ago down in Atlanta. I have been adding the shots to the gallery as they come out, Keith has also sent some higher quality versions of a lot of them to me for the site, too. And let me tell you, there’s a ton of pictures yet to come! I will be updating the gallery with every new pic so keep your eye on the “Latest Images” portion of the header!
Also, some outtakes from Willow’s Teen Vogue shoot with Lauren Ward have been released! The pictures are absolutely gorgeous! They aren’t in the best quality, but they’re something! Hope you enjoy! You can also see the amazing new gallery header made by the talented Celin when you visit the gallery!
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.
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