Monday, March 21, 2016

Adolescene Film Starring India Eisley

India Eisley will be starring a new movie titled Adolescene 

A new project in India. "Adolescene" The film should have been released 2 years ago, and even the trailer was released, but due to the fact that the survey was moved to Los Angeles film output was postponed. The actress plays the role of Alice replaced by India.

Since  before we gave you the wrong information about the subject of teen film that sits on drugs plays Mickey River (Adam), and the girl with whom he falls in love with playing India (Alice).

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Friday, February 19, 2016

India Eisley Inspiring Thought

I think people, especially in this profession feel a constant pressure that we need to feel everything fully at all times. But I think that as important as it is to feel deeply, it is equally as important and very necessary, to let go for a bit. Unplug and don't feel. Because when you do return from that short spell of letting yourself go, you're able to come back to your feelings with more knowing. Knowing that feelings and all of these emotional shifts and waves you may be experiencing, are just that. Nothing more, nothing less. We are all here with that in common. Whether you are an actor, an astronaut, or an accountant. We are born, we go through web of emotions and a series of our own tailor made changes, we find solace in the fact that others are as well, then we leave. What matters is the lasting effect we can leave the future people that will undoubtedly go through the same silly emotional self made web we are going through now. That's what makes any creative medium unique. We can have a timeless effect, on occasion, that can touch future and has the ability to be a part of some other beings existence.. I think that's a beautiful and rare thing really.. So if ever you get overwhelmed with the day to day, remind yourself to give yourself a break from it all, without guilt. As important as it is to feel, it is important to acknowledge those feelings, take what you will from them, but then allow them to pass, as they undoubtedly will anyway, regardless of how and for however long you feel them. It's ultimately your own choice. Anyway. I'm certainly not trying to sound overly philosophical, but it was just a thought really x

- India Hussey - Eisley

( via India Eisley herself )

Friday, May 15, 2015

India Eisley will be starring in '' My Sweet Audrina ''

Lifetime is staying in the V.C. Andrews business.

The network has greenlit a TV movie adaptation of Andrews' 1982 novel My Sweet Audrina, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on one of Andrews' few standalone books, the gothic psychological thriller centers on Audrina, a young girl with an inability to recall past events in her life. Living in her family's secluded mansion, Audrina is kept alone and out of sight and is haunted by nightmares of her older sister, First Audrina, who was left for dead in the woods after an attack. Everyone in her family knows the secret surrounding First Audrina's death except Audrina herself. As she begins to question her past and her disturbing dreams, the grim truth is slowly revealed.

India Eisley (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) has been cast as Audrina. Revenge alum James Tupper will play Audrina's father, Damian, and William Moseley (The Royals) will portray Audrina's love interest, Arden.

Mike Rohl (Reign) will direct the script, written by Scarlett Lacey (The Royals). Dan Angel and Jane Startz (If There Be Thorns) will exec produce, and Harvey Kahn (Flowers in the Attic) will produce. Everywhere Studios and Jane Startz Productions will produce My Sweet Audrina with Front Street Productions.

Lifetime has found great success with Andrews' Flowers in the Attic series. The first film drew 6.06 million viewers and a 1.9 rating with adults 18-49 in 2014. Star Ellen Burstyn was also nominated for an Emmy, a Screen Actors Guild award, and a Critics Choice Television award for her performance. The fourth installment in the series, Seeds of Yesterday, aired last month on the network.

Eisley is repped by ICM Partners, Justice & Ponder and Felker Toczek. Tupper is repped by UTA, United Management and Jackoway Tyerman. Moseley is repped by APA, Intellectual Artists Management and Ginsburg Daniels.

Credit to Hollywood Report

Saturday, January 31, 2015

''AmeriGeddon'' starring India Eisley

India starring in a Action Film AmeriGeddon as Penny . She just went home last last day from shooting in Dallas , Her Mom (Olivia Hussey) posted a photo of her with caption:

                                         ''India's home and I am happyanother job well done!''

for more detail about the film here's the little summary of the Story:

''AMERIGEDDON When a terrorist attack fries the entire power grid and spins the country into chaos, a young Army officer, his maverick mentor and elite group must team up to fight back against the hidden powers that threaten to turn America into a police state.''


But we're kinda hoping this Year :)

Here's the Photo of India on the set of the FILM

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Friday, December 12, 2014

Saturday, November 29, 2014

''The Curse of Sleeping Beauty'' 2015

The Curse of Sleeping Beauty is a Fantasy, mystery, thriller MOVIE which India Eisley starring still NO plot but I know we are all excited for this movie because it's looks awesome and India she's looking so Nice and Gorgeous ..

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Social Suicide ( India'a new film )

 Hopefully we are seeing our perfect India Eisley in a great love story film Social Suicide as (Julia) with her mom Olivia Hussey and Olivia's love team in Romeo&Juliet Leonardo Whiting as ( Julia's Father )
‘Social Suicide’ is a feature length thriller film exploring teenagers’ fascination with exposing intimate details online, the lure of the internet and what it takes to really get noticed.
Loosely based on ‘Romeo and Juliet’, 'Social Suicide' is a modern day police investigation into two teen deaths and one attempted suicide. Their prime suspect, Reese, is on the run so they bring in Balthazar, his best friend and the guy who might have captured it all on film.
As the police interrogate Balthazar while piecing together masses of footage: CCTV, Jackass style stunts, video blogs, happy slaps, snapchats and mobile uploads, Balthazar plots to escape from custody so he can stop his best friend from committing suicide. But Balthazar isn’t always what he seems and his desire for internet notoriety might come at too big of a cost.
‘Social Suicide’ serves up suspense, thrills, drama and romance while the audience is kept guessing until the very end. But more importantly, ‘Social Suicide’ is a film with heart. Stylistically, the film will use found footage (‘Chronicle’, ‘Blair Witch Project’, ‘Vantage Point’) intercut with a police interrogation (similar to ‘The Usual Suspects’).
If Juliet was alive today, her soliloquies would be video blogs, the balcony scene would be snapchatted and Balthazar would have simply called Romeo on his mobile to tell him that Juliet was alive. Or would he?

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