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Watch: New Clips from Alycia Debnam-Carey’s movie ‘Friend Request’ (Out Today)

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Alycia Debnam-Carey‘s new horror movie Friend Request officially hits theatres today!

In the movie, Alycia plays a popular college student named Laura, who has a ton of friends both online and offline. However, after Laura unfriends social outcast Marina, Marina kills herself in a ritual meant to torment Laura, which appears in a video on Laura’s profile. Soon, creepy content begins appearing on Laura’s page, and her friend count begins to fall while her real life friends start dying mysterious deaths leaving Laura to find out how to break the deadly curse before it’s too late.

The movie also stars The RoyalsWilliam Moseley, Connor Paolo, Brit Morgan, Brooke Markham and Liesl Ahlers.

Check out some new clips from the movie below!



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Alycia Debnam-Carey talks ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ and ‘The 100’ with W Magazine

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Fear the Walking Dead actress Alycia Debnam-Carey recently chatted with W Magazine, where she revealed that she never planned on doing TV and what it’s like being a part of a huge franchise like The Walking Dead.


On When She Started Acting:

“I started when I was really young. My mom’s a children’s television writer, so I was involved and around from a very young age. When I was eight I did my first film with Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown, who are a quite well-respected Australian producer-director duo, and that just changed my whole perspective on what I could do in life and be. From there, I just kept doing it. And during my last year of school, I decided I was going to go overseas to try it.”

On her first job she booked in LA:

“I booked a horror film called Where the Devil Hides. It’s… you know, a horror film. But it was the first full-length movie I’d ever done and it got me my visa and I could start work. My first year was incredible, and I booked a couple of jobs. The second year was just crickets. I didn’t book any jobs, which was so disheartening. I was getting close to things, but never actually working. But that’s a lot of L.A. and a lot of this job. You can’t do it unless you’re ready to face a lot of rejection. You just can’t.”

On not initially wanting to do TV:

“It’s funny because TV wasn’t something that I wanted to do. I wanted to do movies. I’d said a lot of no’s to a lot of shows previously, because I couldn’t fathom being on a show for such a long time and only doing one thing. But it is interesting how now TV has just exploded; it is chapters in a book rather than one novel. And especially now that studios are either making superhero films or sequels. But I got [CW dystopian show] The 100, when I still had that idea of, “I don’t know if I should be doing TV.” But I knew it was a cool character.”

Alycia Debnam-Carey for Vogue

On what she learned doing TV for the first time on The 100

“You learn a lot of technicality. You have to be very aware of everyone else’s jobs as much as your own. It’s hard because you don’t get to spend as much time on your own material, because you get scenes at the last moment. But then you also get an incredible arsenal of knowledge of filming TV. You get to know what is important, and I needed that. I couldn’t have done anything bigger than that. I look at these kids who are starring in huge films and am amazed at how well they fare. Of course you have great production behind you, but a lot of it is on you when you have to herald a massive franchise. I think of how much I’ve learned from doing television, and it is so invaluable.”

On if she was a Walking Dead fan before joining Fear the Walking Dead:

“I hadn’t seen it. I did a quick binge. I watched three seasons in a week. I had to stop because it was getting really intense and I was working on it while watching it. So going in, I had absolutely no idea—I knew it was a thing, but not to what extent. But sometimes it is better to go in like that, or else you will pysch yourself out.”

On when she realized it was a phenomenon:

“Probably the first Comic Con that we did. I was up on that panel in front of 6,000 people, and we were all just mute and scared. People had warned us, but that is when it all hit. It was way bigger that we expected. We anticipated enough, but you really see a whole other level of it at Comic Con.”

On her character Alicia:

“It has been nice to have a character that has had a real growth. This is a character who went from being a normal teenage girl before the apocalypse to someone who has been really ravaged by it. And not in necessarily a bad-ass way. Of course she looks amazing doing it, but there has been something very dark, very real, and very traumatic. It is amazing to go through all of those emotions and be able to explore the full journey of one person, and how they get to that place. Often you see someone in the middle of this arc, where it’s like, “And now they are this cool, warrior badass.” This felt like a lead up, and now I get to give people exactly that.”

You can read Alycia’s full feature here!


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September 9 NYFW Front-Row: Fifth Harmony, Bella Thorne, Halsey & MORE

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Another day, another fashion show!

As New York Fashion Week rages on, stars continued to step out for front-row seats to all the fashion-packed fun on Saturday (Sept. 9).

The girls from Fifth Harmony (Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke and Lauren Jauregui) were spotted hitting up the Philipp Plein fashion show together, where Bella Thorne was also spotted taking in all the latest trends.

Meanwhile, Halsey, Sabrina Carpenter and Shay Mitchell were all seen checking out the Jonathan Simkhai show, while actress Alycia Debnam Carey made an appearance at the Dion Lee show (where Halsey also stopped by), and Victoria Justice checked out the Rebecca Minkoff show.

Check out all the front-row looks from yesterday’s shows below!

Pictures: Getty


Fifth Harmony (Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke and Lauren Jauregui) at the Phillip Plein fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Bella Thorne at the Phillip Plein fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Halsey at the Jonathan Simkhai fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Halsey at the Dion Lee fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Sabrina Carpenter at the Jonathan Simkhai fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Victoria Justice at the Rebecca Minkoff fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Shay Mitchell at the Jonathan Simkhai fashion show on September 9, 2017.


Alycia Debnam Carey at the Dion Lee fashion show on September 9, 2017.


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Alycia Debnam-Carey Steps Out for the Dion Lee Show during NYFW

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Actress Alycia Debnam-Carey popped up in New York City on Saturday (September 10), where she was checking out the Dion Lee fashion show at Pier 59 Studios during New York Fashion Week.

The Fear the Walking Dead actress hit up the event sporting a strapless white minidress from the designer, as she joined DJ Leigh Lizark and model Jessica Hart in the front row to check out the brand’s newest collection.

Pictures: Getty


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Alycia Debnam-Carey Steps Out for the Australians In Film Dinner

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The Fear of the Walking Dead actress Alycia Debnam-Carey stepped out in Beverly Hills, California on Wednesday (June 1) to attend the Australian In Film: Heath Ledger Scholarship Dinner at Mr. C Beverly Hills.

The 100 actress stunned in a blue lace halter dress as she posed for pictures on the red carpet, before heading inside the event to celebrate Australian actors.

The Heath Ledger Scholarship is a scholarship meant to help Australian actors who are attempting to break into Hollywood by helping them attend acting school and by providing mentorship from professionals in the industry.

Still mourning Lexa, but I love seeing Alycia on the red carpet!

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