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SRV Studio Movie Stars Exclusive Interview


Santa Ramona Chronicles were able to gain exclusive access to interview main actress and romantic lead Aria Grey and her co-star and fellow lead actor Trig Jones for their upcoming movie Know It All, a romantic comedy directed and produced by Santa Ramona Studios which will be released this week with a premiere party being held at Santa Ramona's Convention Center Saturday 22nd May this weekend, 5:30pm SLT.


The SRV Chronicles sat down to discuss the movie with lead actress Aria Grey first:

SRV C: This is your first break out role, what kind of projects do you think you will be involved with in future and will they follow a similar or different genre?

A.G: "I'm really just excited to see what other opportunities come along after this, honestly! My dream is to do more dramatic film roles, so I'm hoping to keep moving in that direction, but I'm open to seeing what else is on that road. I guess you'll just have to stay tuned and see!"


SRV C: What is it like to work with Trig Jones?


A.G: "It was really great! The chemistry was awesome and made it really easy, and even though we were both kinda new to it all, we both took it really seriously, and it made a huge difference to have a partner with the same focus."


SRV C: What was your most memorable experience in filming the movie?


A.G: "Oh god, there were so many things that happened during filming.... but for me I'd definitely have to say getting hit in the head with a flying camera after a cameraman tripped on the beach. I was all bruised and had a concussion and everything!"


SRV C: Would you say you hold any similarities to your character at all in this movie or not?


A.G: "Um.... That's a good question, I wouldn't say we're, like, super alike.... I

was able to tap into certain parts, like I think everyone can relate to a certain amount of insecurity, and Hope is really a person with all of this hidden passion and optimism, which I get. Well, I probably don't hide it as much. But I will say that I can't spell to save my life."


SRV C: What is your idea of a red carpet faux pas?


A.G: "Oh god, I mean, probably, like, a nip slip or something? [laughs] Though who knows, these days something like that might actually help my career!"




SRV C: This is your first break out role, what kind of projects do you think you will be involved with in future and will they follow a similar or different genre?


T.J: Wow, I haven't even thought about that really. I mean, if the premise and the script catches my attention Ill be excited to be on broad for anything. We shall see what the future holds. Ask me again next time we see each other?"



SRV C: What is it like to work with Aria Grey?


T.J: "Aria is an actress that you know you can lean on when it comes to doing the scene at hand. A total professional and also a total, genuine sweetheart. She was an absolute pleasure. I think she outshined me in this movie. She really is a star born. She hates it when I say that, but its a fact."


SRV C: What was your most memorable experience in filming the movie?


T.J: "I think the time we spent in the roof top bar was what really showed me that I had made it into the movies. The setting, the weather, the cameras and crew. It finally became real to me!"


SRV C: Would you say you hold any similarities to your character at all in this movie or not?

T.J: "A few, very few, I cant spell to save my life and I really don't like singing in front of a crowd of people. But I think I get a thrill out of competition, sure. Also I might look all big and tough, I do have a big soft spot for people."


SRV C: What is your idea of a red carpet faux pas?


T.J: "Ummmmm.. well since I'm no professional... I think maybe I'll just go by from what I've seen on the internet. Don't be wasted as soon as you step out of the limo. Don't be a dick, don't act like you're in a bubble. Mingle with the fans and the media, have a good time. I mean why else would you be there. Right?"






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