The 16-year-old Girl Meets World actor teamed up with peta2 for their Adopt Don’t Shop campaign.
In the video below, Corey talks about making Sunshine a part of his family. “You can tell how grateful and loyal Sunshine is to my Mom and my family just for saving her. I think that’s really special and so I’m glad that we had the opportunity to do that.”
Check out the ad below!
Why Corey Fogelmanis Thinks Animal Adoption Is Important
Just the night before, the three debuted the season finale of their show on Disney Channel, and Sabrina also dropped her new music video for “Smoke and Fire”.
Hosted by Blake Shelton, tune in and watch TONIGHT at 8PM ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
FYI: August is wearing La Miniatura. Sabrina wore an Alice + Olivia dress, Saint Laurent shoes, Olympia Le Tan clutch, Sloane Street earrings and Meira T rings. Corey wore an AllSaints shirt with ASOS pants, jacket and shoes.
The 16-year-old actor opened up with the glossy about his experience on stage, Girl Meets World and photography. Check it:
On the magic of live theatre: “I’ve been going to the theatre basically since I was born. I didn’t actually start appreciating it until I was around three. I’m so fortunate to have been introduced to live theatre at such a young age and it helped me develop an appreciation that I will have for the rest of my life. I love everything about theatre. I love the architecture in the theatres and reading about the actors and the creative team in the Playbill. I love how effortlessly the music, lyrics, lights, and choreography all blendtogether telling a story. I say effortlessly but I know how much effort goes into putting a show up and keep it running. I have so much respect for stage actors and everyone involved in the creation of this art.”
On pursuing photography professionally: “Yeah, I think so. For now, photography is a way for me to channel my creativity and kind of just shut out the world, but I’m not opposed to doing it professionally in the future.”
On his favorite Girl Meets World episode: “I don’t want to choose just one episode because we’ve covered such a broad range of topics from bullying to autism to self-acceptance; to me they’re all equally important.”
The 16-year-old actor opened up about his photography, learning something new on his new movie, and Girl Meets World. Check it:
On tackling real issues on Girl Meets World: “We did an episode about belief, we did an episode about feminism, so it’s really cool that we can incorporate that, especially in a children’s television program. [For 'Girl Meets I Am Farkle'], when we were shooting the episode, we had professionals look over the script just to make sure we were correctly portraying it. We wanted to make sure that we were doing it right. The whole reason we wanted to do the episode is that, people who have autism or Asperger’s, they’re just people. So I think it was really cool that we could portray that and shine a light on that and get people to realize that.”
On his new role in Mostly Ghostly 3: One Night in Doom House: “We just finished our second week of shooting and it’s been really great so far. We’ve been playing around with a lot of special effects. We’ve done some green screen and stuff like that. It’s a little difficult, but it’s not too hard to get used to. You just don’t know what to expect, so once they put it in post, it’ll be really exciting to see how it all comes together.”
On not really using social media for his photography: “She [my Mom] always brought her camera around. I think that’s how I got introduced to it and I played around with it. The past couple of years, I’ve just gotten really into it and I bought myself a camera. I just try to shoot whenever I can…When we filmed the pilot is when I got an Instagram and Twitter, and before that, I didn’t really feel like I needed to.”