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Rowan was photographed by Campbell Addy for the W Magazine. I added the shoot to our gallery, plus you can read Rowan’s interview for the magazine below!

Rowan Blanchard Talks About the Power of Teenagers, A Wrinkle In Time, and Her New Book Still Here.

Talking to Rowan Blanchard is mesmerizing. She speaks about Rihanna with the giddy enthusiasm of a teenybopper, and can quickly pivot to intersectional feminism with such ease that it becomes hard to wrap your mind around the fact that she is just 16 years old.
Of course, Blanchard’s accomplishments are a triumph for someone of any age: She is best known for headlining a hit Disney Channel show, Girl Meets World, but also recently scored a role in one of this year’s most anticipated films, next month’s A Wrinkle In Time alongside Oprah, Reese Witherspoon, and Mindy Kaling; and became an author. Last week, Blanchard published her first book, Still Here, which is a collection of art and essays from Blanchard and a number of contributors hand-selected by the actress, such as poet rupi kaur, photographer Gia Coppola, and writer Jenny Zhang. The book stems from an idea Blanchard had at 13 to record what she describes as “teenage survival.” “I don’t view it specifically about being about being a teenager girl,” she said while in New York, promoting the book. “It’s just about growing up, whenever that is.”
On the day of her book release, which also happened to coincide with the second-to-last day of New York Fashion Week, Blanchard modeled some of spring’s most most vibrant and exciting clothes—fitting, considering she is one of Hollywood’s most vibrant and exciting stars—and spoke about her new book, her frustrations with the Me Too movement, and much more.

How long have you been focusing on getting this book out?

Rowan: I told my cousin I wanted to make something like this in August of 2015. At the time, she worked at a book publishing company, and I was telling her very loosely [about my idea], not ever thinking it would actually happen, because that stuff doesn’t happen. She was like, “I can actually help you plan this.” So we started the process then. I didn’t really get anything going until December of that year, and then I started taking meetings and it started to feel real. I was trying to hold on to it because as soon as people find out that you’re doing something, they want to start to manipulate it into whatever is commercial. This so f-cking stupid, but people wanted me to make a feminism book. At that time I was literally 14. Just because you wanted to headline this as a 14-year-old made a feminism book, no, I’m sorry. That’s not me. I very much was like, “No, I’m sticking to my vision.” In 2016 was when I found a publisher that I started working with, and at the end of the year is when I started receiving contributions.

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by admin   /   15.02.2018   /   0 Comments

so as you know, Rowan has released his new book called Still Here (you can buy it here) and also “A Wrinkle In Time” will be released on March 9. She has participated in several programs to promote these two projects, you can check the photos in our gallery below!!!!

by admin   /   08.02.2018   /   0 Comments

Rowan was the cover of the March/April issue of the Seventeen USA! I added the shoot and magazine scans to our gallery and also i added the video of rowan answering questions with Storm Reid, plus you can read Rowan’ interview for the magazine below!


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Rowan Blanchard became famous as the star of The Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, but now, in addition to starring in the upcoming epic A Wrinkle in Time (in theaters March 9), she’s making a serious name for herself as an author (her book, Still Here, hits shelves on February 20), an activist (check out her inspiring speech at last year’s Women’s March in LA), and a champion for awareness and equality via her social media channels.

Even with all of that going on, the 16-year-old is most interested in one role: being a regular teen. In an interview for Seventeen’s March/April cover story, she opened up about graduating from Girl Meets World, conquering self-esteem struggles, and staying optimistic about the future. Here’s a sneak peek:

On self-expression: “I’ve always been really nervous about adults calling me pretentious or saying that whatever I was doing was dramatic. I think that’s a really interesting word that we put on teenagers: dramatic. People are always saying our feelings are over-the-top, or they’ll say, ‘They’re just being teenagers.’ But we forget that when you’re a teenager, everything is literally happening for the first time. Growing up is dramatic! It’s emotional, it’s sad, and it’s really amazing. I think it’s such a rare and sacred point in somebody’s life when they’re willing to wear their heart so openly on their sleeve.”

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