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Mar / September 13th, 2016

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Rowans new movie is now up online for anyone who wants to watch it! I’m going to check out it soon. You can watch it below:

Source: https://www.kenzo.com/en/m-thereal.html

Mar / September 10th, 2016


Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

In case you haven’t seen it yet Rowan’s trailer is out for the Fall/Winter move that she starred in called “The Realest Real”. The movie is directed by Carrie Brownstein!

Source: Kenzo FB Page

Mar / September 4th, 2016

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Rowan did an interview with She Knows where she talked a lot about the importance of Girl Meets World, if the show will have a 4th season, and more. We have quoted some of the parts where she talks about Girl Meets world.

Source: SheKnows.com

On if there will be a 4th season:

“I know as much as you do,” she said. “We are hoping for a Season 4, obviously, because we want to continue our story, and I feel like it’s an important story to tell. But as of right now, we just finished [filming] Season 3 and we’re still waiting on the word. But we do have more episodes coming out this year that air into early 2017, so we’re covered for a little bit.”

On bullying:

“The culture is kind of inevitable because everybody who bullies somebody… it’s a projection of something that’s going on or it’s just a response because that’s what’s cool or something,” she said, revealing, “I was bullied really, really badly in third grade until, like, fifth grade. And I think one thing that helped — because I didn’t tell my mom for a long time — was for my mom to start asking, ‘How is this person? How is that person? How was your class?'”

On why the Triangle arc was importnant:

“We just used the triangle kind of as a metaphor for how Riley and Maya will never let a boy get between them,” she continued, “which I think is something we can really teach young girls because young girls are taught to cater to boys and to always be obsessed with them. I think our show definitely values sisterhood as its main theme.”

On tackling important issues:

“I think the way children’s shows present children is a reflection of how adults think of children. I think with our show, the staff thinks that children are super-intelligent and inquisitive and amazing, and I think that reflects on the writing. We don’t talk down to our audience; we talk to our audience. We know that these are issues that 12-year-olds know about — 12-year-olds know about STEM subjects and how there are girls lacking in that field, and they respect that we cover the topics.”

Mar / August 28th, 2016

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

Rowan is did a speech at WEDay and they will be showing her speech soon. Details on how you can watch it are below:

Source: Rowan’s Twitter 

Mar / August 5th, 2016

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Rowan is featured in the September issue of Glamor Magazine. The magazines website put up an interview they did with her where she talked about different things regarding being a woman, her interests, etc. We’ve quoted some of the interview below.

Source: http://www.glamour.com/story/rowan-blanchard-beyonces-lemonade-changed-my-life?

GLAMOUR: What does it mean to you to be a woman in 2016?

Rowan Blanchard: What it means to me to be a woman in 2016 is to acknowledge intersectionality and to acknowledge where I am more privileged than other women. It’s also about, for me, seeing where I can help other people, but also where there wasn’t much change, and when you look at a timeline, where the gaps are and where there are things that we could still work on. I think what’s most important for me in 2016 is seeing where I can help other women.

GLAMOUR: What’s the best piece of advice you would give to women and girls reading Glamour?

RB: The biggest piece of advice I would give to other women and girls is that it’s really hard, and I feel like we’re promised in like these phrases like, “Never give up,” and stuff like that, it’s going to be easier if you just listen to them. In my experience, and I think the experience of my friends and other women around me, it’s a lot—you have to do a lot for yourself because the world isn’t as friendly to women and girls as it should be, and it’s not as helpful as it should be. So my answer would be to help each other, and to help yourself, and to put yourself first, and to put the other women around you first. Because there’s nothing wrong with those phrases, but I think when they’re put in the context of survival they’re very light, and they don’t quite explain what’s actually happening. Protect yourself and to protect other girls and to form a sisterhood or your version of a sisterhood and to thrive in that.

GLAMOUR: If you could re-write your Wikipedia page, what would the first line be?

RB: If I could re-write my Wikipedia page the first line would be “Rowan Blanchard wants to help other people, pretend to be other people, and become a flower child and move to the woods.” [Laughs]

GLAMOUR: In her princess dress.

RB: In her princess dress that I’m wearing today. [Laughs]

GLAMOUR: You exude such natural confidence for someone so young. Who’s been a mentor to you?

RB: I mean, obviously I think my mom. That’s such a go-to answer, but it’s true. The friendship that you create between you and a mom—or you and an older woman figure—is so important and so influential. I think that my relationship with my sister, my relationship with my best friends—when I’m feeling really terrible about myself, they’re always there to let me know that I am being dramatic about something, or I’m being stupid about something—it’s good to have those kinds of people to drag you back down and protect you. My best friend Raegan is definitely somebody who’s helped me with that because I feel like there’s moods that you go through when you’re a girl where it’s just like, “Oh, I hate this. I hate this. Oh my God, I hate myself and my body.” It’s good to have friends and other women who can help you with that. I also think just all girls are my mentors. [Laughs] I feel like I’ve learned everything I know from just being around other women and learning from them.

Mar / June 18th, 2016

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Rowan has been cast along side Orange Is The New Black’s Natasha Lyonne in an upcoming comedy movie titled “The Realest Real”. The movie will be directed by Carrie Brownstein. The movie will put a funny spin on Fashion and will make it’s debut in September  during New York’s Fashion Week. For more info on the movie check out the quote below.

Source: Hollwyood Reporter

The comedy, titled The Realest Real, will star Orange is the New Black’s Natasha Lyonne, House of Cards’ Mahershala Ali, The Last Five Years’ Laura Harrier, Girl Meets World’s Rowan Blanchard and musician Kim Gordon, and focus on connection in the age of technology.

Mar / June 10th, 2016


Rowan is doing a Question and Answer during the East Coast viewing of Girl Meets World! If you have Twitter go send your questions to her now!



Kendra / June 9th, 2016

11159966_635302289902588_7914479724438230715_nAttention GMW Fandom!! Girl Meets World, Peyton Meyer and Rowan Blanchard have been nominated in the 2nd wave of Teen Choice awards!! Let’s show our love and get to clicking away!

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