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AnnaLynne McCord Talks Ridiculous Web Rumors

AnnaLynne McCord is certainly one of the “it” girls of young Hollywood. She shot to fame thanks to ‘Nip/Tuck’ and ‘90210,’ and now the blonde bombshell is going digital in a new Web-only series called ‘Dial*’ (pronounced “Dial Star”). The premise of the show is all about someone finding AnnaLynne’s cell phone and the ensuing drama that could come with such a situation. Given the sensitive materials that could and have been found on the phones of some celebs (explicit pictures, videos, etc.), we wanted to ask Miss McCord what the worst thing someone might find on hers would be. Her answer, plus the most ridiculous Web rumor she’s heard about herself … after the jump!

So ‘Dial*’ will be seen on the Web only. What’s the most ridiculously false thing you’ve read about yourself on the Internet?

Actually, quite frankly, I make it a point to try not to read anything. You have to believe the good, and if you believe the good, you have to believe the good and the bad in my opinion. So, I try not to read any of it, so I don’t have to go along with it. I do know, I don’t know if it was on the Internet, but someone in France told me that while I was in France I was apparently also dating Shia LaBeouf. [Laughs] I was like, “That’s really cool, I wonder what it’s like to date him and not realize that you’re dating him,” because I really wasn’t aware that I was with him ever. [Laughs] But, that wasn’t really me reading it on the Web.

Stars have gotten into some trouble with people hacking into their private phone photos. Would there be anything on your phone that you have to worry about?

Well, I like to think of myself as a wise woman, and I learn from the mistakes of others, so absolutely not. If there was, there are passwords and their are codes and I don’t even want to go there with that. The worst thing they’d find on my phone is me doing a cross-eyed photo with my sisters, making some goofy face, which is definitely blackmail worthy, but not really in the way I’m sure they’re hoping when they’re trying to exploit my pictures on my phone.

Source: popeater

AnnaLynne McCord Talks ‘Dial*,’ ‘90210′ and Celebrity Impersonators

AnnaLynne McCord has a beef with celebrity impersonators. She also likes to be on the forefront of new and emerging forms of entertainment, so when the ‘Dial*’ (‘Dial Star’) web series opportunity was presented to her, she said she was very intrigued.

In the AT&T and NBC Universal Web series that will be available across mobile and Internet platforms starting June 8, McCord plays herself and is also an executive producer on the project that finds her cell phone falling into the hands of an aspiring actress. The young actress, Celia, suddenly has all sorts of doors start to open for her because she has McCord’s phone and some private information that gets her into swanky parties and in front of the right industry people.

The project struck close to home for McCord. She said she has dozens of impersonators online and has even been verbally attacked by one. The ‘90210′ starlet chatted with TV Squad on all things ‘Dial*,’ how she reclaims her privacy amidst the watching eye of the paparazzi, her film work and of course what’s coming up for her character in Beverly Hills, Naomi.

What drew you to this Web project?
It was interesting when Universal and NBC first approached me, they came in and they had a lovely spiel. They were like, “Rosario Dawson has done this, this is the future.” I’m very on board with whatever is trendy and coming up next. I love the idea of everything heading towards the Internet with iTunes and all of that. That’s where it’s all going. I like to get on the bandwagon early, you know what I mean?

As far as the project itself, I was hesitant initially. I really don’t do the whole playing myself thing — that gives me anxiety to say the least. But it was cool because I was given some creative input and actually came on as an executive producer and took what they started with as far as ideas with everything like having my cell phone stolen and someone trying to impersonate me. We took it and added a different level because I’ve been dealing and I know a lot of other entertainers — actors, singers, what have you — personalities in the public eye deal with the issue of Twitter, Facebook fan pages and people impersonating us and speaking to our fans.

I’ve actually had someone on Twitter, someone who has my name right now, @AnnaLynneMcCord, curse at me and tell me that I’m a bitch and that I need to get off because I’m not the real AnnaLynne McCord. I’m like, “Um, OK, well can you please elaborate on what AnnaLynne McCord is thinking right now because she’s a little pissed as far as I know.” So this gets into something I know that my peers deal with. It was a kind of cool little venue and outlet for me in a way to kind of talk about it … Imitation is usually the highest form of flattery and I realize that. In this regard, it’s kind of impersonation. It’s stealing somebody’s identity and it’s really not cool. If you want to make a fan page, if you want to show your support, we’re so appreciative of that, but don’t impersonate me and don’t pretend to be me and talk to my fans as if you’re speaking on my behalf because that’s not fair to me.

You know, that was one of my other questions because I searched for you on Twitter [@IAMannalynnemcc] and there were tons of people pretending to be you.
Yeah, if you noticed I don’t even have my own name! I’m on there because it’s been a great catalyst for me to spread awareness about the great organizations I support and it’s been incredible as far as that. Obviously I was able to incorporate that into this piece on the web series, but yeah, it’s crazy! Like, can I be myself, please? Does someone out there already own my name on every different web account there is? It’s crazy.

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An Interview with Annalynne Mccord

In just a few short years, AnnaLynne McCord has broken down the very difficult doors of Hollywood and has made her stunning presence known. Just a couple years after appearing in her first project, she secured the part of Eden Lord in the hit series Nip/Tuck. Then she secured the role of Naomi Clark in the revised Beverly Hills 90210 series. Astoundingly, with these two roles, she she has nailed the bad girl image and it wouldn’t be surprising to think that that’s who she is. But it’s not!

Unlike many pretty faces in Hollywood, not only is she one of the sweetest and giving people I’ve met in this town, she’s also incredibly dedicated to her craft. During my interview with her, she truly impressed me.

She may have won me over, but if you’re not won over yet, you should know, that when I say she’s giving, she’s giving. Not only does she donate a ton of money to needy causes, she volunteers for a variety of charities such as the Blind Project to help those who truly need it.

YOU MAY KNOW HER FROM: 90210 (2009-Present) | Nip/Tuck (2007-2009) | American Heiress (2007) | Ugly Betty (2007) | The Transporter 2 (2005)

Ever wonder how celebrities maintain their beautiful skin? The following is part of an interview between AnnaLynne McCord of Beverly Hills 90210 and Scott-Vincent Borba, Celebrity Esthetician & Founder of BORBA Skin Care.

My conversation begins with AnnaLynne telling me that she started in stage very young at the age of nine. She shared with me that while her parents loved her quoting Shakespeare and bringing on tears at will, they were afraid for her to do the Hollywood thing and didn’t quite support it.

Now with her talents being noticed, she just finished two new projects in a genre she said she loves most – Action! She stated “ I love bad ass, strong female roles.”

I told her that this is awesome because she reminds me of an Angelina Jolie type. Since her response to what I said was so awesome and I don’t think I can do it justice, I’ll just let you see what she said:

” Thank you! I’ll definitely take that. I love her so much. And for a million reasons. She incredible woman/actress/mother. And she’s one of the actresses who’s also really using her voice in a humanitarian way to make the world better. The whole package is amazing. So thank you so much.”

I can see the same career path for her too.

I then let her know that I watch 90210 and am a huge fan of how good she is at expressing facial emotions before she even says anything and that a lot of people I see on screen can’t. She told me about a book she read that helped her see how she does this called “the Power of the Actor” by Ivana Chubbuck which talks about actors who think they’re really good because they can cry on cue. Yet people in real life don’t really want to cry in real life in front of other people – that they fight it like it’s the worst thing in the world. That you’re supposed to see the emotions and it becomes a secret – like guilt, shame, fear or pain and then you cover it. This provides a connection to you and the audience that other players on the stage might not see and it’s your secret. For both of us, it was a really cool understanding of connecting with the audience.
I then started to talk to her about beauty and skin care. Here’s our dialog:

Scott-Vincent Borba (SV): What [has been] your biggest skin care challenge, and what is your biggest skin care issue that you’d like an answer to?

AnnaLynne McCord (AM): That would be acne. It’s more or less just keeping a handle on it 9 months of the year knowing that I’ll be going to work and going to have to be in makeup, or debris, or have to do what I’m doing all day.

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