Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Audrina Patridge chats about her upcoming new show and all that drama with Kristin Cavallari

It's no surprise that Audrina's ready for the next phase in her career, especially after seeing the conflict between her and Kristin Cavallari in the upcoming season. We chatted with her recently about the movie and what to expect from her in the future. Here are highlights:
On making Sorority Row vs. The Hills: On the movie set with all the girls — Jamie [Chung], Rumer [Willis] and everyone — we actually all clicked and we became friends because we actually wanted to be friends. Whereas on The Hills it’s kind of like you have to film with someone even if you don’t want to. I mean, The Hills is fun, but on the movie it was a totally different group of girls. It was effortless, I have to say. It was a dirty, fun, bloody mess.
On what to expect this season of The Hills: We’re almost done — we’re in the middle of filming the bonus episodes and will be wrapping, I believe, in November. They keep pushing it back. [This Season] I’ve been working more with artists on Epic records. There will be some new up and coming bands on the show. I’ve been filming a lot with Stephanie, and then of course I know everyone thinks there’s going to be a huge drama between [me and Kristin]. We’ll see what happens, we’re not done yet.
On keeping in touch with Lauren Conrad: We’ll text each other every now and then like, “I hope you’re well, I hope you’re doing good” but that’s about it.
On transitioning to her own show: Everything’s still kind of in the process. It’s basically going to be about my life— relationships, friendships, my passion for acting and getting into that. It will show everything behind the scenes in Hollywood. There will be glamor but it’s not as glamorous as it seems! Once we start filming we’ll have a better idea, but we’re trying to get everything in place right now. When we’re done with The Hills, then I'll work on the new show more.
On why everyone should see Sorority Row: It’s a fine line between horror and comedy. When you’re not laughing, you’re cringing. It’s sexy. It’s suspenseful. It keeps you guessing, but it’s also funny and scary. It’s super gory. All the ladies and the guys out there are going to love it!
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