“That’s often the thing about bullying; becoming a victim to bullying means that you were taking a stand for something, speaking an opinion, making the opposition,” Ally shared after recalling her own bullying story. “I admire those who were willing to do what I never did and face what is wrong.”
Meaghan added, “I am confident with who I am and what I do. I think the best way to deal with bullying is to put yourself in the bully’s shoes. What is happening in their life to make them say mean things? Maybe they’re not happy with their home life. Don’t try to solve this problem yourself, and definitely don’t fight fire with fire. Talk to a trusted adult and have them advise you on the best way to deal with your situation.”
Synopsis: Russell (Stewart) is going on dates with girls while nurturing a secret relationship with star quarterback Kevin (Deeley), who will do anything to prevent his teammates from finding out. Min (Maki) and Terese (Blonsky) tell everyone that they’re just best friends.
And then there’s Ike (Newell), who can’t figure out who he is or who he wants to be. Finding the truth too hard to hide, they decide to form a Geography Club, thinking nobody else would want to join. However, their secrets may soon be discovered and they could have to face the choice of revealing who they really are.
Allie Gonino is moving on after the cancellation of The Lying Game — to the Sundance Channel.
According to THR, the 23-year-old actress has joined The Red Road.
The show revolves around a weathered sheriff struggling to keep his family together while policing two clashing communities: the folks in the small town in which he grew up and those in the neighboring Ramapo Mountains.
Allie will play Rachel, the eldest daughter of the as-yet-uncast local cop struggling to keep his family together. She has a Romeo and Juliet-type relationship with a 16-year-old Native American from the neighboring mountains.