AnnaSophia Robb poses at the City Year Los Angeles Spring Break: Destination Education event held at Sony Pictures Studios on Saturday night (April 20) in Los Angeles.
The 19-year-old Carrie Diaries actress spent time chatting with AmeriCorps members before posing for pictures.
The third annual fundraiser raised $1.3 million in support of the 275 AmeriCorps workers who serve as tutors, mentors, and and role models to over 4,000 students that are at risk of dropping out of school.
AnnaSophia, posing with actress Amy Smart, also attended Kiehl’s launch of an Environmental Partnership Benefiting Recycle Across America held at Kiehl’s on Wednesday night (April 17) in Santa Monica, Calif.
She was spotted getting her nails dolled up for the event just a few hours earlier.
Later on in the day, Chloe and AnnaSophia were spotted at the Hard Rock Music Lounge Fools Gold Sunset Party headlined by A-Trak. There, they browsed Stoney Clover Lane for lucky charm bracelets and checked out the Missguided rack.
The trailer for AnnaSophia‘s new movie, The Way, Way Back, was just released.
The film, out on July 5th, follows 14-year-old Duncan’s (Liam James) summer vacation with his mother, Pam (Toni Collette), her overbearing boyfriend, Trent (Steve Carell), and his daughter, Steph (Zoe Levin). Having a rough time fitting in, the introverted Duncan finds an unexpected friend in gregarious Owen (Sam Rockwell), manager of the Water Wizz water park.
AnnaSophia Robb suits up for summer on the May 2013 issue of Seventeen, which hits newsstands April 16th!
The 19-year-old Carrie Diaries star opened up to the glossy about kissing on camera, missing out on college, and dealing with drama. Check it:
On making out with her co-star Austin Butler: “One of the biggest challenges for us is to be sexy and flirty on camera because we just can’t take each other seriously any more—kissing on camera isn’t that fun! But he’s so cute! He talks about Vanessa [Hudgens] all the time. They’re crazy in love! I don’t think I’m ready to be that in love. They put so much time into their relationship, and I’m too selfish right now.”
On dealing with high school drama: “I think girls are especially worried about being judged, and when you’re in high school, everything seems like a bigger deal than it is. As soon as you’re out, it feels like forever ago—zip-a-dee-doo-dah! So do what you want, and if people are going to judge you for it, who cares? You might not fit in, but that’s okay. Everyone thought I was weird in high school!”
On why she deferred admission to Stanford University: “I’m a spiritual person. So I prayed and thought about it a lot, but I trusted my gut, because what else do you have to go on?”