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19 April 2017   by

Another resident of Riverdale stops by the YH Studio, this time Camila Mendes, who portrays the iconic raven-haired beauty Veronica Lodge in The CW’s edgy take on the Archies comics! She reveals to us whether she’s an Archie or a Jughead in real life, plus we put her to the task of not only giving us her responses to “Riverdale Rapid Fire” but also giving her a chance to respond to her co-stars’ answers!

17 April 2017   by

Camila Mendes and her Riverdale co-star KJ Apa are featured on the Spring issue of New York Moves and it’s fair to say that Camila looks absolutely beautiful in the photoshoot we have added to our gallery and you can check it out bellow! Scans have also been added, thanks to my friend Lauren from maggie-siff.com, and you can read the article bellow!

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NEW YORK MOVES — Camila Mendes is living every 22-year-old’s fantasy. The recent NYU Tisch graduate graces the TV screen every week as vixen Veronica on the hit CW show Riverdale featuring characters from the iconic Archie comics. But really she gets to hang out with swoon-worthy K.J. Apa and Cole Sprouse. Not a bad first job.

Mendes luckily graduated a semester early from college, and after an “anxiety-ridden” casting process, she landed the lead role of sassy, complicated Veronica. “I lost a lot of sleep, shed a lot of tears,” Mendes joked. “It was very intense, but that is kind of what we sign up for when we decide to be actors.”
Just in its first season, Riverdale has already captured an entire millennial audience, filling the gap that Vampire Diaries and Gossip Girl left, as Mendes explained. A dark spin on Archie comics, the show features a modern interpretation of redheaded Archie (Apa) torn between seemingly-innocent Betty (Lili Reinhart) and sensual Veronica, with his best friend Jughead (Cole Sprouse, unrecognizable from his Suite Life of Zach and Cody days) standing by—all while Riverdale investigates a teen murder. Definitely not as happy as the 50s comics.

As Riverdale grows and flourishes, so does Mendes. At first, the grueling television filming schedule was a stark change from the Tisch School of the Arts theatre screen-acting classes. “With theater you get like months of rehearsal time. And shooting a television show, you rehearse it two seconds before you shoot the thing!” Mendes said. “You really don’t have the luxury of preparation like you do in theatre.” But during the first season, Mendes adapted. “[It] was like a muscle I was building—like trusting yourself and being able to act quickly and make choices quickly.”

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16 April 2017   by

Hello Riverdale fans! I’ve added to the gallery high definition screencaptures from this week’s episode, in which Jughead had a very epic birthday party. Sadly, next week there won’t be a new episode of Riverdale but the show will be back the following week with the last episodes!

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15 April 2017   by

The Riverdale cast has decided to grace Coachella with their presence this weekend and we’ve got photos from the first event they attended inside the musical festival, which you can check out bellow!

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