The 26-year-old actor chatted about wrapping up production on MTV’s Awkward and reflected on it’s impact.
“It was really smart. You hadn’t seen anything quite like it the genre for quite some time,” he shared about the first season of the hit show. “It was different, and it kinda shook things up a little bit. And it was fun to originate a character. I had never originated a character on television or anything.”
Beau continued, talking about the final season of the series, “It maintains it’s tone. Obviously things change, there’s new storylines. It’s great to deal with new themes. It’s the end of high school as you know it, the finish line is right there. It’s exciting, it’s trepadatious, it’s nerve wracking, it’s all of the above. It really doesn’t feel like work. I enjoy it. I enjoy going there, and it’s fun when we get to play. It’s bittersweet.”
Tahj Mowry pops his collar in this new shot from May 2015 issue of NKD mag.
The 28-year-old actor chatted about Baby Daddy, working on a successful sitcom and his music. Check it:
On acting in a sitcom: “It’s hard work because you have to remember more things than you would for a film because a film takes more time, so you can do smaller sections of the movie or of the show whereas sitcom you’re doing full scenes, but that’s why it’s fun and it keeps you on your toes. I like to try different things every take, like add and change things without telling the writers sometimes. The writers allow us to be free, and the audience loves it because, you know, they’re sitting there for a while and take after take it can get boring. So you want to change it up a little bit.”
On what’s next for Tucker on Baby Daddy: “We were bouncing around ideas, I think it would be so cool to have Kristin Chenoweth play my mom because obviously I’m mixed — my mom’s black and my dad’s white – so we could totally do that, and she’s freaking awesome.”
On writing his own music: “It’s been really cool because I didn’t really know that I could write songs, I used to be kind of afraid just because it’s kind of vulnerable and you don’t know if people will sing along. I just forced myself into writing it on my own because I did want, essentially, control over it.”
Kathryn Prescott reacts to something off camera in this cute shot from the May 2015 issue of NKD mag.
The 23-year-old actress opened up about Finding Carter, being a real life twin and more. Check it:
On being a twin: “I feel like twins have a very specific type of bond because you literally have been with each other and have been experiencing life with each other since birth, which is a crazy thing to share with someone.”
On Finding Carter: “Carter is not like a typical teenager. She’s more like an adult trapped in a teenager’s body. In her head in a lot of ways she’s more worldly than some other people her age because of her experience. She’s got thinking behind her actions and intelligence beyond her years a bit.”
On The Dovekeepers: “Even though it’s set up on a backdrop of a different time and era, the relationships and the difficulties they’re facing are still faced today. You can translate it into a modern time in your head so at least you can play it as a character living in the here and now rather than doing a dramatic version.”
With “21″, Hunter is planning to release all future singles digitally!
“We’re constantly looking for new ways to get music to the fans in a quicker and more exciting fashion,” Hunter shared with Billboard about the switch. “Now it’s just a matter of letting the fans speak. Change is not a bad thing — it’s a beautiful thing.”
He added about what to call his forthcoming album, “You could call this an EP, but I’m not even sure what this becomes yet. We’re going to let the fans decide.”