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Hey everyone! As you already know Mackenzie is turning 16 on 10TH November and here we airm to collect as many messages, graphics and videos as possible for Mackenzie’s 16TH birthday. The past 4 years we created birthday videos with submissions from fans all the world. Click the picture to see the information! (spanish or english)

sweet 16 birthday project english
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Thanks to Vogue Italia we have this video and some screencaps from Mackenzie . I absoluty love these. All these can be found in our Galley, check them out now!! I am sure you will love them!

Also we posted a video in our youtube account






Thanks to we have some new/old photos from Mackenzie Foy shoot Vogue Bambini in 2012. The photos were taken by Dani Brubaker.Enjoy these photos.


Is already for another update! Mackenzie Foy is featured in the September issue of Vogue Italia  and one new picture of mackenzie have popped up online. The photoshoot was taken by Michel Comte for Vogue Italia. I absolutely love it!! Here is the note in the magazine:


There is a time in every woman’s life when awareness
self takes body and soul, while the living aspirations and happiness
appear on the horizon, to chase and catch up on the ridge
of an intense decade. For girls portrayed in these
pages it all happened earlier, and with a frenzy that
remember or which already look incredulous, without even
ask what dowry he has pushed the destinies: imperious beauty
but out of the norm, classic talents, skills as Millennials,
determination or maybe just luck? To MacKenzie
Foy is a typical path of the child stars of Hollywood cinema:
spotted by a talent scout, starts as a baby model
going from commercials to TV series. The fame comes with
the film of the last decade phenomenon “Twilight,” where is the daughter
demi-vampire Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, and consolidates
this season with the blockbuster “Interstellar”. She
But it has nothing of teen starlets: the free look
of malice, to 16 years she has a beauty already full but still discreet
and one bon ton style in his daily life as a student,
as well as on the red carpets of film festivals, distinguishes
by peers.





Actress Mackenzie Foy Explains How Tae Kwon Do Keeps Her Centered

Today an animated adaption of The Little Prince premieres on Netflix, featuring one very talented 15-year-old as its lead voice actor. Meet Mackenzie Foy, who you may recognize as Bella Swan and Edward Cullen’s young daughter in Twilight: Breaking Dawn. Having grown up dancing, Mackenzie turned to tae kwon do and found the sport equally satisfying for helping her develop incredible power, strength, and diligence. Oh, and did we mention she has a black belt, too? When she wasn’t showing us her high kicks and her nunchaku skills on set, Mackenzie chatted about what she learned while voicing her character in The Little Prince, The Little Girl.

“I used to be a dancer, but my studio closed, so I wanted to find something active that would be fun to do with my brother. In tae kwon do, we learn to be respectful to everyone. Respect is definitely something that I already had before going into tae kwon do, but it enhanced. And being able to do things under pressure is really important.”

“When I do tae kwon do, I feel happy. It’s a very safe place for me. I love being physically fit and being able to do kicks and real push-ups. If I ever was in danger, I could fight. I could protect myself or someone else. It actually took me six years to get my black belt. It taught me that getting what you want takes a lot of hard work and time.”

“I filmed The Little Prince for about four years on and off. It was really fun, and I have great memories. A lot happened in those four years: I mean, I aged significantly, I worked, the film changed. To get connected to the story, I read the original book and studied the personalities of The Little Prince and The Aviator so that way I could incorporate them into the role of The Little Girl because she is not a character out of the original series.”
“The Little Girl taught me to be hardworking and do what you need to do, but also have fun. You can be silly at times too. My character dealt with a lot of pressure at a young age. I can relate to that. We all deal with that. When I’m in a situation where I am under a lot of pressure, I usually just take a deep breath so I don’t get anxious. And my mantra when I practice tae kwon do? Don’t fall down.” — as told to Maddie Sensible.

Today Mackenzie was filming on the set of Home & Family. Dont miss it Tomorrow, will air on The Hallmark Channel in USA.
I added some need pictures on Home & Family set. All of these can be found in our Gallery, so be sure to check them out now!

Thanks to Isabell from Muse Mackenzie we have this new interview!

In The Little Prince, a Little Girl (voiced by Mackenzie Foy) lives her mega-controlled life by her well-meaning, stiffly-professional mom’s life schedule. She’s a smart child with no sense of wonder. When The Aviator (Jeff Bridges) a grizzled old dreamer next door, comes into her life with stories about a mythical prince who lives on a tiny asteroid, is when she really learns to be alive.



The Aviator encourages Little Girl to enjoy life

The Aviator encourages Little Girl to enjoy life

Beautiful young actress Mackenzie Foy has grown up over the course of recording her Little Girl voice in many sessions for The Little Prince an animated film based on the popular children’s book. She had just turned 12 when she started recording and now she is 15. Big difference! Mackenzie told us, “I’m several inches taller and went through puberty since then. I recorded the voice over several years. It was a learning curve. That experience has taught me many things”.

The teen will soon star as lead character Clara a Disney version of The Nutcracker. She was a model and was originally noticed as a young child at a dance recital. Her fave animated film way back then was Bambi and she has sort of been playing Pokémon Go but admits she is lazy at it. She warned us, “Never interrupt someone playing Pokémon. While I was doing hair and make-up for a press day there was a Pokémon in the hotel room so I was like “Oh my gosh!” It’s really fun. Sometimes I’ll cheat when my mom is driving around in the car. I’m lazy about it”. She is certainly not lazy about her acting.

Kidzworld: Serious question: Do you think that kids in show business are encouraged to grow up faster than other kids in order to be disciplined and have a strong work ethic?

Mackenzie: I think some cases are different than others but all of the child actors that I have encountered, as well as myself ,are real kids. I mean we do all the things that kids do. We’re normal. We just to do different things. We like to act and make people feel happy or sad but we’re “real” people. No one has ever pushed me to grow up like that.


Little Girl's mom doesn't want her wasting time

Little Girl’s mom doesn’t want her wasting time

Kidzworld: Good. So you’ve been able to avoid that. As a teen do you still retain that sense of childhood sense of wonder?

Mackenzie: Very much so!

Kidzworld: Do you live on a tight schedule? I assume your mom hasn’t planned out your whole life like your character in this film. What do you do to relax and kick back when not working?

Mackenzie: It kind of varies according to what I’m doing and what my situation is but, most of the time, I have no idea what I’m doing until the day of. Usually, I wake up, do school and Taekwondo (she’s a black belt) and come back home. I’m usually ready for anything and keep a back-pack ready.


The Little Girl (Mackenzie Foy) starts to dream

The Little Girl (Mackenzie Foy) starts to dream

Kidzworld: Did they show you drawings or early animation of your Little Girl character?

Mackenzie: They showed me some clay sculptures of her and, later on, showed me more storyboards then the actual animation itself. The clay sculptures were the Little Girl, the Aviator, The Little Prince and the Fox.
Kidzworld: I so want one of those toy stuffed foxes. Did they give you one?

Mackenzie: They gave me a cute key-chain.


The Little Girl, toy fox and The Aviator

The Little Girl, toy fox and The Aviator

Kidzworld: Any pets at home?

Mackenzie: I have a cat and a dog. They don’t really get along but I think they get along when no one is looking.
Kidzworld: What was the hardest scene to record and get your voice right and which one was the most fun?

Mackenzie: Hard to remember. We re-did a lot of it because, sometimes, the script would have changed so they’d have me to it again but all of it was definitely a challenge trying to convey all the emotions without using my body or my face. But, it was fun. They shot a bit of video of me recording and I think, as in all my characters, there’s a little bit of me inside them (once they are on screen).


Mackenzie Foy today

Mackenzie Foy today

Kidzworld: You voiced Violet in The Boxcar Children. How was recording for The Little Prince different?

Mackenzie: Well I did The Little Prince first then Boxcar Children. But it was really different. For The Boxcar Children, we did a lot of group recording sessions. All of the children were there. I did some single (recording) but not for the entire script and I had to dub some of it so that was a different experience trying to match (another voice actor) Pauline’s performance. That was really tricky.
Most of The Little Prince, I did by myself with director Mark. It had a total different energy and feel to it which was unique. I got to record with Jeff Bridges (The Aviator) and that was really fun!

Kidzworld: I know you have read the book.. Talk about that and showing everyone the snake drawing?

Mackenzie: “The Little Prince” is one of my favorite books. I used to get the picture of the elephant inside the snake, and I would go around and show it to all of the adults and ask them what they saw. The ones who hadn’t read the book said it was a hat. I was like, ‘No, it’s an elephant inside a snake!’” I read it for school in I think the fourth grade. But, I’m a big fan and continue to read the book.


Sad Little Girl is always studying

Sad Little Girl is always studying

Kidzworld: Do you think you have writing or drawing talent? Would you like to create your own book?

Mackenzie: I love to draw and paint. I’m very active in that way but I’m not very good with the written word though.

Kidzworld: If you go to college later on what would you study?

Mackenzie: I want to study cinematography.


Little Girl and Aviator plan to find The Little Prince

Little Girl and Aviator plan to find The Little Prince

Kidzworld: What bands or music artists are you really into right now?

Mackenzie: It changes weekly. I love Adele, Imagine Dragons, I’m a huge fan and Taylor Swift.

Kidzworld: What would you say to teens and tweens as to why they’ll really enjoy seeing The Little Prince?

Mackenzie: It is a beautiful film. It’s a film that I recommend seeing again throughout your life because every time you see it there will be a different meaning and a different layer uncovered.


The Little Prince Poster

The Little Prince Poster

See The Little Prince in selected theaters and on Netflix staring August 5th


Mackenzie Foy will discuss about The Little Prince this Wednesday, August 3rd on the tv show Home & Family at 10 AM on Hallmark Channel.

We would be grateful if you guys could record the show and post it to Youtube! Please tweet us the link to the video if you decide to do it Thank you!!

We added a new interview in our youtube account where Mackenzie Foy talks about her experience on making ‘The Little Prince’ over a four year period.

Exciting news! Mackenzie has a new film, she has been cast as lead character Clara in Disney’s live-action The Nutcracker.

Young Interstellar star Mackenzie Foy has been cast as lead character Clara in Disney’s live-action The Nutcracker.

Lasse Hallström is directing the film, which is based on The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by E.T.A. Hoffmann.

Ashleigh Powell wrote the script for the project, which is produced by Mark Gordon and executive produced by Lindy Goldstein.

The story, set at Christmas time, follows a young girl named Clara whose favorite toy, a Nutcracker, comes alive. After he defeats the Mouse King, he whisks Clara away to a magical kingdom inhabited by dolls. The story inspired the iconic ballet, which featured one of Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s most famous compositions.

Sam Dickerman and Allison Erlikhman are overseeing the project for Disney, while Sara Smith is overseeing for The Mark Gordon Company.

Misty Copeland has already been cast to play the lead ballerina role in the sole dance sequence in the film. The project is eyeing a fall start.

Foy will be in nearly every scene of the film playing the young protagonist. Foy was previously seen playing Renesmee, the love child of Edward and Bella, in the Twilight franchise. She also starred in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar and voices a character in The Little Prince. She’s repped by Lighthouse Management & Media, Coast to Coast Talent Group and Myman Greenspan.

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