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Posted on June 09, 2016 and filed under Behind the Scenes, Callie Jacob, Interviews, Maia Mitchell, The Fosters, Videos


Maia Mitchell interviewed on the set of Freeform’s “The Fosters” for Season 4





Posted on July 12, 2015 and filed under Interviews, Teen Beach 2, Teen Beach Movie 2

Thanks to Lindsey at On Screen Style, we have a new interview featuring the costume designer from Teen Beach 2 which describes Maia’s character’s style in the film. Click on the link below to see exactly how you can steal Mack’s fashion statements!

Last time we checked in with surfing high schooler McKenzie (Maia Mitchell) — in the original Teen Beach Movie — she was spending her summer cruising around with the Wet Side Story gang in 1960s clothes.

Fast forward to the start of the school year (in Teen Beach 2), and Mack’s now riding a much more modern day sartorial wave.

With the second chapter of the story, “we sought out to capture the different sides of her character — fun, carefree surfer, studious overachiever, and beach-cleaning activist,” TB2 Costume Designer Anthony Tran told OSS in an email interview. “Mack’s style has a definite bohemian vibe in terms of prints/colors, but we see the touches of structure/order with the jackets, blazers, etc.”

While nearly all of the looks from the first movie were custom made, the sequel’s contemporary setting created an opportunity for more of a 50/50 split in terms of store-bought clothes and created ones. Anthony said, however, that when he and his team hit the mall, they always kept one key element in mind. “It  was important for us to shop at stores/brands that would be accessible to both an average high school girl like Mack and our audience.”

Below, Anthony reveals more behind-the-scenes details from Mack’s costume closet, and stay tuned to this site because I’ll also be doing a post on Lela’s looks!

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Posted on March 17, 2015 and filed under Interviews, Screencaptures

In a recent interview with Conan O’Brien, the “Teen Beach Movie” actress shared her feelings about the lack of variety on the emoji keyboard. First, she points out that only a few countries are represented with their flags. Noticeably missing is a flag from Australia where Maia grew up.

“What do they have against Australians?” she asked jokingly.

Later, Maia, who also stars in “The Fosters,” gets real about the obvious disproportion of emoji characters.

“There’s also a lot of white people emojis,” she said. “Have you noticed the imbalance?”

No need to worry, though. Maia also brought along a screenshot of the racially diverse emojis -– all two of them.

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Screen Captures > Maia Mitchell – Conan O’Brien Show – March, 16th 2015



Posted on January 18, 2015 and filed under Callie Jacob, Interviews, The Fosters

Rough seas are ahead for The Fosters.

ABC Family’s heartwarming (and heartbreaking) family drama – recently renewed for a third season – returns for season 2B on Monday, Jan. 19 and with the way things ended last summer, we’re on pins and needles for the next batch of episodes! With Lena and Stef gearing up for a custody battle over Callie against her birth father Robert, the Adams-Fosters household is about to experience more drama than it’s ever dealt with before.

“There’s a lot to be sorted out,” executive producer Peter Paige exclusivelytells ETonline. “When you have so many people who come to the table with so many different kinds of baggage, there [are] always suitcases of drama to be unpacked.”

“It’s a fast-paced season – a lot happens. It’ll make you laugh, probably more than we usually do,” he adds. Whew.

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