Robbie Amell wears a beanie on his head to keep warm after a workout in Vancouver, Canada on Friday afternoon (March 27).
The 26-year-old Flash actor listened to some music on his way back to his hotel.
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In his recent interview with Glamoholic, Robbie opened up about filming his new movie, Max.
“Max is a very different project for me. I’m playing a Marine and show with 10 active duty military personnel. I have so much respect for our servicemen and women, just to work alongside them for a week was an incredible experience,” he shared.
Robbie added, “I think this will give people a look at an older, more mature side of me.”
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Robbie Amell puts his buff biceps on display for this feature in Glamoholic magazine’s Men’s Issue.
The 26-year-old actor opened up to the glossy about his high school experience and his fiance Italia Ricci. Check it:
On being labeled: “I was labeled a jock in high school but I wasn’t really bullied about it. It was actually kind of true, I played a lot of sports. I like to think I wasn’t the stereotypical dumb jock though.”
On his secret for a successful long-term relationship: “Trust. And not talking about your relationship in interviews.”
For more on Robbie, visit Glamoholic.com.
Kyle (Robbie Amell) rough houses a bit with his dog Max in the brand new trailer for Max.
Here’s the movie’s summary: When a US marine dog handler (Amell) is killed in the line of duty, his service dog, Max, is so traumatized by the loss that he’s unable to work with any other handler. The marine’s grieving family adopts Max, and so follows a difficult bonding between the dog and the family’s young son (Josh Wiggins), who must overcome his own loss while learning how to relate to the dog in order to help him recover.
Meanwhile, former associates of the deceased marine enter the family’s lives as part of some clearly shady deals, and conflict between them and the family patriarch (Thomas Haden Church) brings Max’s and the family’s recovery to a head.
Max hits theaters on June 26th.
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Robbie Amell wears a sweater really well in this new shot from his ShuString magazine cover.
The 26-year-old Flash actor opened up to the glossy about what he does in his spare time, advice he would give others, and more. Check it:
On his hobbies: “My fiancée [Italia Ricci] and I, ya know, we love just going to breakfast, taking it easy whenever we have the spare time to just relax.”
On what he would tell aspiring actors: “I believe that one has to be able to take criticism, and be able to take ‘no’ for an answer. Stick with it and persevere despite the hardships and hurdles that you may encounter.”
For more on Robbie, visit ShuStringMagazine.com.
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Ashley Tisdale sticks close to hubby Christopher French inside Ted Baker London’s SS15 launch event held at Avalon Hotel on Wednesday afternoon (March 4) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The newly married couple were joined by engaged couple Italia Ricci and Robbie Amell, plus Laura Vandervoort, Ryan Guzman, and Young & Hungry‘s Jonathan Sadowski.
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In case you missed the news, it was just announced that Laura had split and ended her engagement with Oliver Trevena.
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Robert Buckley, David Anders, Malcolm Goodwin, and Rahul Kohli get together for a photo opp during the Nerdist + Xbox Live App Launch Party held at Microsoft Lounge on Monday (March 2) in Venice, Calif.
The iZombie guys were joined by The Flash actor Robbie Amell, Faking It‘s Gregg Sulkin, as well as The Maze Runner‘s Dexter Darden and Ki Hong Lee.
Meanwhile, a brand new trailer for iZombie just debuted. Check it out below! And don’t forget – the show premieres on Tuesday, March 17 @ 9/8c on The CW!
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Robbie Amell’s smile is just everything in this shot from the March 2015 issue of NKD mag.
The 26-year-old The DUFF actor opened up to the glossy about his roles, looking back and more. Check it:
On how his grandmother changed his life: “Right when I had been [in Los Angeles] for a little while, I had gotten close to a lot of things but hadn’t booked anything, and she wanted me to give it one more shot,. [The $10,000] got me to my first gig and was the reason I could stick it out.”
On growing with his fans: “I did a lot of kid stuff and built a younger fan base, which was amazing because a lot of them have grown up with me. Now in the last couple years, I’ve gotten to play closer to my own age and do a little more of the things that I’m looking forward to doing for the rest of my career.”
On how far he’s come: “My last two years, especially, have been very successful, and I’m very blessed to be able to continue working and continuing doing what I love. Getting to go to work and having a good time every day is pretty awesome.”