Ariel Winter Exclusive Interview

Ariel WinterAriel Winter is one of Hollywood’s young stars on the rise. From a slew of  TV guest spots, including Bones and Criminal Minds to voice work, to the big screen in the new film Speed Racer, Ariel is sure to be a star, and maybe even a director someday (she wants to do that in the future, too!). We talked with her about her latest film, her upcoming projects, and more.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Tell us about the movie Speed Racer, and your character, Trixie.

ARIEL WINTER:
Speed Racer
is about a young boy who, when he grows up, he wants it to fulfill his destiny to become the top racer and he wants to clear his family’s name. He’s also driven to win because of the loss of his brother, Rex. With Trixie, my character, and his family at his side, he’s just unstoppable. The character young Trixie is loyal to the racer family. She’s smart, she’s adorable, she’s tough. Trixie’s always got feedback. She loves to accessorize and she wears a lot of cute clothes.

THE STAR SCOOP:
What was your favorite part about making this movie?

ARIEL WINTER:
One of my favorite parts of making the movie was working with the cast and crew. I got to fly to Germany. It was my first visit to Europe. I was just lucky enough to play Young Trixie. I love to act.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Why do you think kids should see this movie?

ARIEL WINTER:
I think kids would like to see this movie! It’s a high energy, futuristic family film, and it’s a great cast. It’s funny, romantic, and it will keep you on the edge of your seat.

THE STAR SCOOP:
You have done a lot of guest roles on TV. Do you like movies or TV better then?

ARIEL WINTER:
I don’t know. I enjoy both film and TV. It gives me the opportunity to play different characters on screen. But, if I had to choose one, I would probably take film, because you get to work from start to finish. You get to see how your character progresses.

THE STAR SCOOP:
You have also done the voices on some animated projects. How is acting with just your voice different than being in front of the camera?

ARIEL WINTER:
Well, with voiceovers, you create what you think a character will sound like. You can also go to work in your pajamas [laughs]. In acting, you have to create a visual character using your own likeness and be a different person.

THE STAR SCOOP:
What other projects do you have coming up?

ARIEL WINTER:
I’m coming out in Opposite Day. I play the lead, Carla Benson with my brother Sammy, who is played by Billy Unger. The movie is about adults turning into kids and kids turning into adults. My brother makes a wish that kids should rule the world, and it actually happens. So Carla and Sammy have to go on an adventure to set the world right again. I also just finished a movie. I play Lisa, a gadget obsessed tomboy.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Even though you’re one of Hollywood’s rising child actors, how do you make sure to still be just a normal kid?

ARIEL WINTER:
I just consider myself a lucky girl who gets to do what I love. I bike ride, I jump on my trampoline with my friends. I talk on the phone a lot, I text my friends, I listen to music. Also, I also do my chores and my school work [laughs].

THE STAR SCOOP:
We hear you love the environment. What’s your favorite way to make a difference?

ARIEL WINTER:
Well, I conserve water, I unplug appliances when I’m not using them, and I use the three R’s. Renew, Recycle, and Reuse

THE STAR SCOOP
We’d love to hear about your singing group!

ARIEL WINTER:
I am in a group called 4evercrush with my best friend We write the music with our writing team, and then we go into the studio and record it. We loved music, so we figured, why don’t we make our own?

Ariel Winter is one of Hollywood’s young stars on the rise. From a slew of TV guest spots, including Bones and Criminal Minds to voice work, to the big screen in the new film Speed Racer, Ariel is sure to be a star, and maybe even a director someday (she wants to do that in the future, too!). We talked with her about her latest film, her upcoming projects, and more.

The Star Scoop:

Tell us about the movie Speed Racer, and your character, Trixie.

Ariel Winter:

Speed Racer is about a young boy who, when he grows up, he wants it to fulfill his destiny to become the top racer and he wants to clear his family’s name. He’s also driven to win because of the loss of his brother, Rex. With Trixie, my character, and his family at his side, he’s just unstoppable. The character young Trixie is loyal to the racer family. She’s smart, she’s adorable, she’s tough. Trixie’s always got feedback. She loves to accessorize and she wears a lot of cute clothes.

The Star Scoop:

What was your favorite part about making this movie?

Winter:

One of my favorite parts of making the movie was working with the cast and crew. I got to fly to Germany. It was my first visit to Europe. I was just lucky enough to play Young Trixie. I love to act.

The Star Scoop:

Why do you think kids should see this movie?

Winter:

I think kids would like to see this movie! It’s a high energy, futuristic family film, and it’s a great cast. It’s funny, romantic, and it will keep you on the edge of your seat.

The Star Scoop:

You have done a lot of guest roles on TV. Do you like movies or TV better then?

Ariel Winter

Winter:

I don’t know. I enjoy both film and TV. It gives me the opportunity to play different characters on screen. But, if I had to choose one, I would probably take film, because you get to work from start to finish. You get to see how your character progresses.

The Star Scoop:

You have also done the voices on some animated projects. How is acting with just your voice different than being in front of the camera?

Winter:

Well, with voiceovers, you create what you think a character will sound like. You can also go to work in your pajamas [laughs]. In acting, you have to create a visual character using your own likeness and be a different person.

The Star Scoop:

What other projects do you have coming up?

Winter:

I’m coming out in Opposite Day. I play the lead, Carla Benson with my brother Sammy, who is played by Billy Unger. The movie is about adults turning into kids and kids turning into adults. My brother makes a wish that kids should rule the world, and it actually happens. So Carla and Sammy have to go on an adventure to set the world right again. I also just finished a movie. I play Lisa, a gadget obsessed tomboy.

The Star Scoop:

Even though you’re one of Hollywood’s rising child actors, how do you make sure to still be just a normal kid?

Winter:

I just consider myself a lucky girl who gets to do what I love. I bike ride, I jump on my trampoline with my friends. I talk on the phone a lot, I text my friends, I listen to music. Also, I also do my chores and my school work [laughs].

The Star Scoop:

We hear you love the environment. What’s your favorite way to make a difference?

Winter:

Well, I conserve water, I unplug appliances when I’m not using them, and I use the three R’s. Renew, Recycle, and Reuse

The Star Scoop:

We’d love to hear about your singing group!

Winter:

I am in a group called 4evercrush with my best friend We write the music with our writing team, and then we go into the studio and record it. We loved music, so we figured, why don’t we make our own?

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