Friday, May 20, 2011

Hilary talks about Music Career

Hilary Duff did another interview for the movie Bloodworth. This time she was interviewed by Izumi Hasegawa of Buzzine.

The whole interview was pretty good, but I found Hilary's comments on her music to be particularity interesting:

IH: Do you have any plans with music?

HD: I do, actually. I'm just starting to build a new team of people, and I'm going to start writing, and I think I'm going to make another record. It's been four years. I really just needed that time to take a break and reevaluate, and grow a little bit outside of being onstage and stuff. Trying to change people's perception of who I am now and accept that, I think it's the right time now, and I've got that itch.

IH: Do you want to write all your own songs, or collaborate?

HD: No, I want to collaborate. I think I'm a big believer in collaboration. I haven't done it for four years, so I'm not sure where my competence level is, of just trying to write the whole thing. If there's an amazing song that I love that's done right now, I'd sing it, or I'd love to sit down and write with people. I think it'll be a mish-mash.

IH: Are you going to do the same style of music?

HD: It's definitely going to be pop music. I'm a sucker for a catchy song and dance music -- that's my sweet spot, so I'll definitely do that.

Now, to be fair Hilary has been saying pretty much the same thing about her music career for a while now. That she is looking to restart it soon and she has the "itch" to get back into singing. So I'm taking this with a grain of salt, but it's good to see Hilary talking about music again and taking steps to start up the process.

For the whole interview, go to Buzzine.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Hilary talks about Independent Films

Hilary Duff was interviewed by Huffington Post about her new movie Bloodworth.

Hilary talked about what it's like to work on the set of independent films. She relayed some stories from the Bloodworth set and also talked about the other small budget movies she's made including According to Greta.

Hilary also talked about her book Elixir and the upcoming sequel Devoted.

Read the whole interview at Huffington Post.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Hilary gets Manicure - May 17, 2011

Hilary Duff got her nails done at Bellacures salon on Tuesday afternoon.

Credit: Oh-Hilary.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Bloodworth Opening this Friday

Hilary Duff's new movie Bloodworth will be opening this Friday in ten cities. Hopefully the movie will do well enough to roll out to more cities in the weeks to come.

Here are the locations for this weekend (May 20th):

Market Street Cinema - Little Rock, AR

Laemmle Sunset 5 - West Hollywood, CA

Gardens Cinamax 6 - Palm Beach Gardens, FL

The Flicks - Boise, ID

Kentucky Theatre - Lexington, KY

Robinson Film Center - Shreveport, LA

New Mexico
CCA Cinematheque - Santa Fe, NM

North Carolina
Carolina Asheville 14 - Asheville, NC
Movies @ CrownPoint 12 - Charlotte, NC
Raleigh Grand 16 - Raleigh, NC

Be sure to check the official Bloodworth site for the most up-to-date locations.

Bloodworth Videos with Reece Thompson

A couple of videos with Hilary Duff and Reece Thompson talking about Bloodworth:

This one is actually over a year old from the 2010 Santa Barbara International Film Festival:

Monday, May 16, 2011

Hilary is still Bonnie - For Now

Hilary Duff still holds the lead role for the upcoming movie The Story of Bonnie and Clyde.

Last week it was reported that Hilary had been fired from the role, but those reports apparently had jumped the gun.

Today, a story by Contact Music revealed that Hilary was emailed by the director Tonya Holly saying, "You know you're my Bonnie and of course I don't even know where this all came from and I'm so sorry..."

Hilary was quoted as saying, "So, if the movie ever gets made, I think I'm Bonnie... It's been a long time coming. With these independent movies, sometimes they never get made or sometimes they take 10 years to get made."

So it looks like Hilary is still Bonnie, for now. I would imagine that it's still possible she could be replaced because of scheduling conflicts or any other reason. It's even more possible that the movie will never be made.