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July 07, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Articles, Pretty Little Liars


Lucy Hale, who recently celebrated Pretty Little Liars‘ 11th anniversary, wishes nothing but the best for the show’s upcoming reboot.

Speaking with ABC Audio, the actress weighed in on Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin — a reboot that comes not even four years after PLL aired its final episode on Freeform.

“I personally don’t have a problem with it. This is the honest truth,” said Hale, who starred as Aria Montgomery in the original series. “I’m very curious to see what it is even going to be [about]… I don’t know if it’s the same characters or the same storyline or what’s even happening!”

“I love Pretty Little Liars, so I think I’ll like the reboot,” Hale continued.  “I wish them well. I truly do. I hope it’s a major success.”

Hale, 32, noted that reboots allow new actors to get their start in Hollywood and, as a reminder to PLL fans, referenced her own big break.

“I’ve been a part of reboots, I did the Bionic Woman reboot,” she explained, referring to the 2007 re-do of the series that originally ran between 1976 and 1978.  Hale played Becca Somers, the teenage sister of the titular character.

“I know some friends that have been a part of reboots and got trashed for even being a part of it, but I think as an artist, you always have to be supportive of other people,” Lucy continued.

Hale, who recently partnered with the sustainable dog food brand KARMA, said the reboot will allow more people falling in love with Pretty Little Liars.

“I think a lot of people will be discovering it for the first time, too, like they won’t even know the original people, which is really funny,” she smiled. “I only have well wishes for everyone involved.”

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July 01, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Articles, Ragdoll

Lucy Hale is heading back to her crime and murder days with the new limited AMC series, Ragdoll and with consideration to her being a true crime fan, the opportunity is a thrilling one for her. The actress played a rather intriguing role of Aria Montgomery in the popular series Pretty Little Liars, but now she’s stepping into the new and “dark” series as DC Lake Edmunds. During an exclusive interview with PopCulture.com, Hale revealed that while she can’t discuss too many details just yet, the role is incredibly unique.

“It’s based off of a book series and it’s really different. It’s a different type of project for me, just tonally,” the 32-year-old shared after revealing she has been across the pond in the U.K. filming the anticipated limited British-produced series. “The whole thing is just so exciting because I’m the girl that loves true crime. I listen to every podcast; I watch every documentary. I don’t know what it is about so many women and girls my age, we just are obsessed.” Hale goes on to state how she believes it’s the “psychology behind it all” and discovering what “makes people tick” as to why so many people are just as interested in true crime as she is. “So this show is a lot of that […] it’s dark; it’s really dark.”

According to IMDb and a report from Variety, Ragdoll is the story of how “detectives look to untangle the case of the Ragdoll Killer, who has killed six people and sewn their bodies into the shape of one grotesque body nicknamed the Ragdoll.” Hale added, “We all have this curiosity about death and the afterlife and I think it’s all of it. Like, the unknown, we want to know more about the unknown and the unfathomable, so it just blows my mind that there are people that do things like this.”

While the book series, written by author Daniel Cole, may be fictional, Hale did explain that the new show pulls from real-life experiences as well. “It really is the psychology behind it all. And in our show, we really draw from some things that have actually happened. So that’s a whole other added element that just makes it very real. And it’s crazy. It’s very fun though,” Hale detailed.

Though she is delving into the darkness with her latest project, Hale is simultaneously shining a light on helping the planet when it comes to pet owners. The actress recently partnered with KARMA to launch a sustainable, plant-based dog food that will help the carbon footprint, something Hale feels very passionate about. “I’ve just been trying to be a little more sustainable […] more recycling, less single-use plastic, driving less, giving away unused items.” She admitted, before her partnership with the dog food brand, she didn’t know there was a plant-based dog food out there, but is happy to hop on board.

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June 14, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Site Updates

Today is Lucy’s birthday so a happy birthday from us, thanks to Jess for the graphic! (If you click the graphic you’ll get a bigger version!)

June 03, 2021  Vicki Comments are off A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song, Images

I have added HD screencaps from A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song.

June 02, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Dude, Images

I have recapped Dude as some screencaps were missing when I updated the thumbnails (think it was when I moved my site; no idea why it happened) and also a new gallery theme by Cherry Gem!

Warning for nudity.

May 31, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Images

Lucy has done a new photoshoot finally, which looks amazing!

May 29, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Articles, Ragdoll

“Ragdoll,” the new AMCAlibi thriller starring Lucy Hale (“Pretty Little Liars”), has started production in London, Variety has learned.

Hale plays DC Lake Edmunds, a new recruit at the London Metropolitan Police, who is tasked with investigating a murderer known as the “Ragdoll Killer”. She is joined by Henry Lloyd-Hughes (“The Irregulars”) as DS Nathan Rose and Thalissa Teixeira (“Anne Boleyn”) as DI Emily Baxter.

As the case develops, the trio come under increasing public scrutiny, especially when the killer — whose modus operandi involves murdering and dismembering his victims before sewing them back together in the shape of one grotesque body — begins taunting Edmunds and her colleagues by sending them a list of his intended victims, which includes Rose.

Shooting started at the end of April and has continued through May in central London.

Based on Daniel Cole’s eponymous novel, the six-part show is scheduled to premiere later this year on cabler AMC in the U.S. and on BBC Studios-backed pay-TV channel Alibi in the U.K.

Freddy Syborn serves as lead writer and executive producer while Toby MacDonald and Niall MacCormick direct. Sally Woodward Gentle and Lee Morris of Sid Gentle Films, the producers behind BBC America series “Killing Eve”, are also executive producing the series, together with Philippa Collie Cousins on behalf of Alibi and Dan McDermott and Kristin Jones, who commissioned “Ragdoll” for AMC. Lizzie Rusbridger is producing.

Cousins commissioned the show for Alibi, alongside Pete Thornton, head of scripted. The show was ordered by Alibi channel director Emma Ayech.

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March 27, 2021  Vicki Comments are off Images

I have added a new photoshoot to the gallery.