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Press/Photos/Video: Alycia Debnam-Carey Models CHANEL Fall 2018 Couture for Coveteur

Press/Photos/Video: Alycia Debnam-Carey Models CHANEL Fall 2018 Couture for Coveteur

Everyone remembers their firsts. First kiss. The subsequent first breakup. First time living away from home. First job. And if you’re Alycia Debnam-Carey, your first time wearing CHANEL couture. While most people are used to seeing Debnam-Carey portraying the zombie-fighting Alicia Clark on Fear the Walking Dead, we got to see a completely different side of the actress when we holed up with her for an afternoon at the Surrey Hotel with rooms and rooms full of CHANEL.

While Debnam-Carey spends most of her time commanding the screen, it is fair to say that fashion may have been her first love. “Fashion has always been something I have been so passionate about since I was very young,” she told us. True to form, most of this love was inspired by what she saw on film. “A lot of early fashion memories for me were old movies. What really rings true is something like Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and those ruby-red slippers. I think I’ve now acquired a shoe fetish because I just love shoes, but that is very burnt into my memory, those pieces.” She continued, “Silly things too, like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, when Kate Hudson’s wearing that gold yellow dress. I remember thinking to myself, I want to wear that when I’m 10 or something. I think for me, that’s where that love comes from too—the combination of movies and fashion for me has always been a collaboration. I find so much whimsy and enjoyment of it.”

Of course, we had to ask what Debnam-Carey’s style is like on her days off—when she’s not dripping in diamonds—and we learned she has a very specific go-to. “I adore summer dresses, that’s my go-to in L.A. I actually struggle when it’s not summer because everyone else is like, Great, I get to wear jeans and a t-shirt, but for me, I only wanna live in summer dresses. I love like, the ’40s and ’50s style particularly. And I love a little flat or a little slide. Actually, in the moment, I’ve been really loving mules. And then a great classic bag to bring it a level up.”

As the day went on, we also got to learn more about the actress and her career. “I’ve always known I wanted to do this,” she explained, “so I actually started out at quite a young age. I did my first song when I was eight, and that’s when I fell in love with it. I just didn’t know that a whole world existed where people could collaborate together and create magic. I just knew that that was what I wanted to do.” At 17 she signed with a manager in the U.S., and by the time she was 18 she left Australia and moved to L.A. While the first year was slammed with back-to-back shooting, Debnam-Carey also got a taste of the highs and lows of acting. “I had an amazing first year, it was kind of a dream one. It was back-to-back work; it was almost too good to be true. And then the second year, it was radio silence, and I think that’s part of the growing pains of L.A. and the industry. You need to have that challenge, and it’s good for you to have that so you know that it’s really what you want to be doing. And the reasons you love doing this are the right reasons, which are, for me, the art of it and the process of it. After that I got a couple of great roles, but of course, it’s really been Fear the Walking Dead that has been my greatest learning environment. I learned so much from the brilliant actors on that show—Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, Lennie James, Cliff Curtis, Colman Domingo—these people have been just incredible actors but also amazing professionals.”

Debnam-Carey hopes to bring all of these experiences into her career for the future. “I’m in this exciting position where I get to lead a show in a different way, and now I’m actually at the forefront, which is very different but also very exciting. But other than that, I’m trying to be very particular with what I choose next. I want to focus on film or limited series more, because it just gives you a little bit more time to jump around and investigate other characters and other worlds, and that’s what I’ve always fallen in love with. The way you get to experience different lifetimes, and periods of times, and costumes, and characters.”

While we will be waiting to see what Debnam-Carey does next, in the meantime, we’re checking her out in couture.

Source: Coveteur

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Videos: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ 410 ‘Close Your Eyes’ BTS & Episode Clip

Videos: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ 410 ‘Close Your Eyes’ BTS & Episode Clip

I’ve added 3 new videos from last night’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead to the video archive. Videos contain spoilers so make sure you’ve already seen the episode.

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Press/Videos: Alicia and Charlie Have Issues in ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 4, Episode 10 Preview

Press/Videos: Alicia and Charlie Have Issues in ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 4, Episode 10 Preview

Warning: Article contains spoilers

After a mid-season summer vacation, AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead returned on Sunday night riding high off of the strong positive reaction to the fourth season. By killing two main characters, introducing several new survivors, and transitioning Lennie James‘s Morgan from The Walking Dead to Fear the Walking Dead, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg have done a quality job of introducing new viewers to the FTWD “universe” while not abandoning the loyal fanbase (though they may not have always liked every decision they made).

But when the series resumed, things appear even more tense, distant, and hopeless than they did during the season’s first half. Grief, distrust, and fear have created situations that our survivors are going to be forced to deal with if they’re to survive — each other and the storm.

After a mid-season summer vacation, AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead returned on Sunday night riding high off of the strong positive reaction to the fourth season. By killing two main characters, introducing several new survivors, and transitioning Lennie James‘s Morgan from The Walking Dead to Fear the Walking Dead, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg have done a quality job of introducing new viewers to the FTWD “universe” while not abandoning the loyal fanbase (though they may not have always liked every decision they made).

But when the series resumed, things appear even more tense, distant, and hopeless than they did during the season’s first half. Grief, distrust, and fear have created situations that our survivors are going to be forced to deal with if they’re to survive — each other and the storm.

Fear the Walking Dead s04e10 ‘Close Your Eyes’: Alicia’s forced to reckon with an agonizing past while seeking refuge from a storm.

With storm clouds gathering around — and among — our survivors, here’s a look at what viewers can expect from the fourth season of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead:

The first half of season four began with one figure huddled around a campfire, and ended with nine. Characters who started their journeys in isolation collided with each other in unexpected ways and found themselves in one of the last places they ever expected to be…together.

In the back half of the season they will explore who they are now – as individuals and as part of the greater group – and how they will forge ahead. They will find themselves pitted against new adversaries – human, walker, and even nature itself. Theirs will be a journey wrought with danger, love, heartbreak, loss, and ultimately, hope.

Source: Bleeding Cool News

Press/Videos: Alicia Gets an Invitation to Alexandria in This Fear the Walking Dead Sneak Peek

Press/Videos: Alicia Gets an Invitation to Alexandria in This Fear the Walking Dead Sneak Peek

Season 4B of Fear the Walking Dead will pick up some time after Madison’s (Kim Dickens) death. Our survivors have found a new place to live where they’re all close enough to each other to help if necessary but not so close that they’re a community. There’s still some bad blood between June (Jenna Elfman) and Charlie (Alexa Nisenson) and Madison’s people after two of the three Clarks died, you know? And even within the smaller groups not everyone is together. Luciana (Danay Garcia) and Strand (Colman Domingo) are living in a mansion where they’re raiding the wine cellar every day, and they don’t see much of Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), who’s living in the greenhouse and growing isolated from humanity.

Meanwhile, Morgan (Lennie James) has decided to go back to Alexandria. He’s enlisted Al (Maggie Grace) to drive him, and he’s trying to convince the others to come with him. In this clip, he makes his pitch to Alicia, who he finds killing walkers with her sharpened gun barrel by herself at a fence at the edge of the property. Someone has been tacking notes begging for help to the walkers’ bodies, and Alicia is trying to figure out where the notes are coming from. Morgan, who has seen this kind of behavior before in himself, is skeptical that she’ll be able to help.

Source: TV Guide

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Photos/Videos: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 4

Photos/Videos: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 4

New stills and behind the scenes photos from season 4 of Fear the Walking Dead have been added to the gallery. I also updated the video archive with 2 new trailers for season 4B. I plan on getting the Fear the Walking Dead sections of both the photo gallery & video archive completely caught up ahead of the 4B premiere on August 12th.

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Press/Videos/Photos: San Diego Comic-Con Coverage

Press/Videos/Photos: San Diego Comic-Con Coverage

9 video interviews from the San Diego Comic-Con have been added to the video archive. I also added the corresponding screencaps to the gallery.


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Press/Photos/Video: San Diego Comic-Con Variety Studio

Press/Photos/Video: San Diego Comic-Con Variety Studio

Aycia and her Fear the Walking Dead castmates sat down for an interview with Variety yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con. I have included a video below, and photos/screencaps have been added to the gallery.

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Press/Videos/Photos: SDCC IMDB Boat

Press/Videos/Photos: SDCC IMDB Boat

Here are some new videos of the Fear the Walking Dead cast on the IMDB Boat at San Diego Comic-Con. The interview screencaps have been added to the gallery as well.

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