Soooo sorry for the huge lack of updates lately, been super busy with work and life in general! Anyways, Aly & AJ have been busy girls lately! Last month, they did a photoshoot for clothing brand Lucky Brand by photographer Cass Bird. Hoping to see the photos soon! They also went to a couple of halloween parties and attended their friends’ Leighton Meester and Dana Williams show at the Troubador. See the pics below!
AJ was in the recent episode of ‘The Goldbergs’ on TV last night. I’ve added a still to the gallery, and a couple of ones I didn’t have, too. You can also see the screen captures from the episode in the gallery now
Sorry it’s been such a long time since I last updated, the girls have been pretty quiet! Anyway, AJ appeared in another episode of ABC’s ‘The Goldberg’s’ last night as her reoccurring role as Lainey Lewis! She also did a duet in the show (as well as played guitar) with co-star Hayley Orrantia, who plays Erica Goldberg. I’ll try and upload a video of the end clip when I get chance!
Until then, I added the screen caps, stills and behind the scenes from the episode:
AJ’s new Movie ‘The Guilty Innocent’ has it’s first trailer and movie poster. AJ is only in it for around a second (at 0:26) but it gives you a bit of an insight into the film! It also has a poster now
Aly’s been a busy lady recently, she has landed a recurring role in CW’s iZombie, taking over the role as the main characters BFF, Peyton. Here’s a short summary of the show: (credit to Deadline)
Aly Michalka (Easy A) has booked a recurring role on the CW drama series iZombie, from Warner Bros TV. Based on the DC comic, iZombie is a supernatural crime procedural that centers on med student-turned-zombie Olivia “Liv” Moore (Rose McIver), who takes a job in the coroner’s office to gain access to the brains she must reluctantly eat to maintain her humanity. But with each brain she consumes, she inherits the corpse’s memories. With the help of her medical examiner boss and a police detective, she solves homicide cases in order to quiet the disturbing voices in her head. Michalka will play Peyton, Liv’s best friend. This was a series regular role, played by Alexandra Krosney in the pilot, and changed to recurring.
As well as this, Aly appeared in a recent episode of Anger Management, unfortunately due to the erratic showings recently – we didn’t know it was going to air so suddenly! I’ll upload the caps as soon as possible, so watch this space!
I’ve not been able to update as much as I’d like to recently, I’ve been so busy! Aly & AJ attended the For Love and Lemons SKIVVIES Party on the 1st of August, they both look stunning! I’ve added HQ’s of the girls at the event to the Gallery:
Deadline have shared some more details about Alyson & Amanda’s new Untitled Movie. Hopefully we’ll get more details soon, read the article below:
EXCLUSIVE: Aly Michalka and AJ Michalka have wrapped on an untitled indie dramedy for first-time feature writer-director Stephen Pierce Ringer. The musician-actress siblings known as Aly & AJ, who perform together as the musical duo 78violet, produced and starred in the film as two sisters on the cusp of adulthood spending their last week in their LA hometown before embarking on their next tour.
The Michalkas drew on their own experiences as Billboard-charting touring musicians for the non-autobiographical, fictional story. They should have plenty of material: The pair released the first of three studio album in 2005 and co-starred in Disney telefilm Cow Belles and MTV’s Super Sweet 16: The Movie before building their own respective acting careers in TV and film. Aly appeared on Phil Of The Future, Hellcats, and in films Bandslam and Easy A and last year joined the cast of Two And A Half Men. AJ’s credits include The Lovely Bones, Secretariat, and ABC’s The Goldbergs. They produced the film along with Ringer and Kerry Barden through Violet House Productions.
Mimi Rogers also toplines the cast, which includes Gil Bellows, Dan Byrd, Liam Aiken, Amanda Crew, Tyler Labine, Madeline Zima, Erin Cummings, Ryan Donowho, Gale Harold, and Jon Heder.
“AJ and I have always wanted to create a project that we could be involved in from the very start from the script development stage, to the financing, to the casting process,” said Aly Michalka. “We wanted to utilize our own lives as entertainers as the jumping off point for a fictional story. So we took our vision to our director to bring our idea to life. This was a movie to be made together as young women, not as children like we had in the past.” Said AJ Michalka: “The best part of this project was being able to work with the one person that knows you better than anyone else. We pushed each other to share parts of ourselves that no one has ever seen on screen before. We were very transparent about our insecurities and our failures.”
Aly and AJ Michalka are repped by Gersh, Evolution Entertainment, and McKuin, Frankel, and Whitehead.