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‘The Kissing Booth’ screen captures

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Schön! Magazine


Joey King is not your average teenager. At just 18-years-old, she can boast of having worked in some of the biggest productions in the industry throughout her 14-year-old career: from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Night Rises and FX’s acclaimed series Fargo to horror maestro Jen Wan’s The Conjuring. But she keeps adding names to her resumé: having just announced her appearance in the upcoming thriller, The Bayou, alongside Academy Award-winner Gary Oldman and Maze Runner‘s Dylan O’Brien, and even stepping into production. There’s no doubt that King can do it all, and she doesn’t have any plans of stopping soon. Wise beyond her years yet candidly refreshing, King opens up to Schön! about stepping into the industry at a young age, the perils and pleasures of social media and her latest venture, The Kissing Booth, which premieres today on Netflix.

You’ve been acting professionally since you were four. How did your interest in acting start?
Since we were little, my sisters and I just always had a desire to express ourselves in a way we couldn’t explain until we started doing little local theatre plays together. Then we really understood that we loved to entertain people and provoke emotion from people. Ever since then I’ve loved the feeling of being on a set and [bringing] characters to life.

What do you think has been the best and worst part of stepping into the industry that young? How does it feel to be stepping into the limelight now as a protagonist?
I think for me, the best part has been that over the years I’ve gotten to meet people that I will call friends and even family for the rest of my life. I’ve been so lucky, almost everyone I’ve encountered along the way has been lovely. I think the worst part for some people is that they can get very caught up in the lifestyle of being somebody with a lot of attention on them, but although it sounds cliché, having a good family around you is the best thing to keep your head right. I’m very lucky in that aspect too.

Speaking of family, your grandmother was into theatre and, as you mentioned, your sisters are also in the business. How was it growing up in your family? Did they influence your acting in any way?
My family is a blast. My whole family is full of characters. Me and my sister Hunter would make home movies a lot when we were younger and edit them ourselves so we were always doing something crazy. At six years old, I was in charge of special effects and sound effects in our films… lots of responsibility [laughs].

You’ve just released Summer ‘03 to positive critics on your acting. How do you feel you have matured in your craft as an actress since? Because you clearly have!
SXSW was one of the greatest experiences I’ve ever had. I feel so proud to be in Summer ’03. It’s a performance of mine that I feel really confident in, which is hard for me to say because I’m always so critical [about] myself. I think when it comes out, people will be shocked, laughing, and feel like it relates to them in a way. It’s a wild movie. In terms of maturing in my craft, I try not to take myself too seriously and just have fun. Being carefree and committing yourself 110% to a character is so liberating and I hope that, as I get older, I get a chance to challenge myself and play many different kinds of characters.

You’ve been part of major productions like Christopher Nolan’s Batman: The Dark Knight Rises and more recently the series Fargo. What role has been your favorite so far and who are looking forward to playing in the future? Any experience that has been particularly formative or memorable to you?
It is pretty crazy to take a look at what I’ve gotten to be part of. I’m looking forward to EVERYTHING! One thing I loved so much about making Fargo was that I got the chance to play someone who has an accent in the show and I would definitely love to play someone with an accent again. An experience that has been particularly memorable and formative to me was filming Going In Style. I got to work with some of my idols — Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin — which was a life-changing moment for me, all while being directed by one of my closest friends Zach Braff. The whole experience of filming that movie will forever be so special to me. Everyone was so so nice.

Your next project, The Kissing Booth, is set to air on Netflix. What can you tell us about the project?
I’m so excited for The Kissing Booth to release on Netflix [today]! It’s such a cute movie that I had an exceptional time making. It’s a film about a girl named Elle Evans and she has a MAJOR crush on her best friends brother. It’s romantic, silly, heart-wrenching and just hilarious. I’m in love with it and I hope everyone else will be too.

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Joey King Joins Gary Oldman & Dylan O’Brien In Thriller ‘The Bayou’

EXCLUSIVE: Wish Upon and Summer 03 star Joey King is joining Oscar winner Gary Oldman and Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien in crime-thriller The Bayou, I can reveal.

Shoot is due to get underway in New Orleans in June on the project, which we revealed this week. It will be Oldman’s first movie since his Oscar win for The Darkest Hour. Pic is being sold and produced by Millennium Media, which is cooking up deals in Cannes. O’Brien will play the protégé of a hitman (Oldman) who becomes determined to save a teenage girl (King) from being sold by a human-trafficking ring.

Script comes from Point Break scribe W Peter Iliff, with Runaway Jury and Homefront helmer Gary Fleder in talks to direct. Producers are Natalie Burn (The Expendables 3) under her Born To Burn Films banner and Rob Van Norden (Olympus Has Fallen). Exec producers are Avi Lerner, Trevor Short, Boaz Davidson, Jeffrey Greenstein, Jonathan Yunger, Doug Urbanski and Iliff.

Rising actress King is currently in production on Blumhouse drama Between Earth And Sky. In post for the actress are James Franco’s Zeroville and Netflix rom-com The Kissing Booth.

She is repped by UTA, Dan Spilo at Industry Entertainment, and Howard Fishman of HWHM+F.


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Blue Fox Entertainment Boards Joey King SXSW Comedy ‘Summer 03’

EXCLUSIVE: Blue Fox Entertainment has boarded world rights to writer-director Becca Gleason’s SXSW debut Summer 03, starring Joey King (Independence Day: Resurgence).

Todd Slater brokered the deal on behalf of U.S. sales firm Blue Fox while ICM and UTA’s Grace Royer negotiated on behalf of the filmmakers. Blue Fox’s distribution arm will release the movie domestically this fall.

In Summer 03, 16-year-old Jamie and her extended family are left shocked after her calculating grandmother unveils an array of family secrets on her deathbed. Jamie is left to navigate her own love life and maintain her closest friendships in the midst of this family crisis.

Also starring are Andrea Savage (Veep), Paul Scheer (The Disaster Artist), Jack Kilmer (The Nice Guys), Erin Darke (Good Girls Revolt), and June Squib (Nebraska).

“We feel that Blue Fox Entertainment, being an exciting new force in the industry, is a dynamic distributor that will give Summer ’03 the best opportunity to shine both in the US theatrical market and the international marketplace. Their genuine enthusiasm and appreciation of this one-of-a-kind coming of age film is infectious,” said producer Eyal Rimmon.

The production was financed and produced by Tadmor in association with Big Cat Productions, with Big Cat Productions’ Alexandre Dauman ($1) and Tadmor Partner Eyal Rimmon serving as producers. Tadmor Founder and Chairperson Gideon Tadmor and Partner Jim Kaufman executive produced.