Justice takes a moment to look back on the early days of his career as he celebrates his new movie ‘Trust’.
Victoria Justicenew movie Trust It’s out on Friday and it’s a huge departure from the shows he did during his Nickelodeon days. Justice leads the film as Brooke, an art gallery owner who lives in New York City with her husband Owen (Matthew Daddario). While it may seem like the duo has it all, the foundation of their relationship is put at risk when Brooke signs a new artist (Lucien Laviscount) and Owen has an encounter with another woman (Katherine McNamara) in a bar.
With the film coming to PVOD on March 12, Justice joined us for an episode of Collider Ladies Night go back to your early inspirations and retrace the steps you took to move from Nickelodeon content to movies like Trust. Yes, that involves discussing your career Zoey 101 and headlining his own series with Victorious, but before that, Justice made a guest appearance on a very popular Disney Channel show in 2005 – Zack and Cody’s suite life.
Given the fact that he would eventually star in his own show, I opted to ask him what he learned from watching Cabbage Y Dylan sprouse do it first. This is what he said:
“I think I learn from every job I work at. I was so young We were all so young! I think I was 11 when I was on that show. It could have been my first guest starring role. It was definitely my first kiss with Cole. I will never forget that “.
Justice pointed out a particular quality about the Sprouse brothers that he admired then and now:
“I think looking at them they just did a great job and there is a lot to balance when you are a kid and you are trying to focus all your school work hours and then you are also working these long hours and then you are also trying to find time to remain. a normal kid and hanging out with your friends. I’ve always admired that thing about Dylan and Cole. Even though they’ve been in the spotlight since they were so young and they’re so famous, they’re so normal. When you hang out with They are just super down to earth, down to earth, cool guys. And their parents, specifically I think their dad, always did that and I always admired him a lot. ”
Like the Sprouse brothers, Justice also has a few family members in her corner who help keep her grounded:
“My mom and I are very close, and my mom would come on set with me all the time. My mom has always been very involved in my career and my life. And both of my parents have been! I am very fortunate to have two amazing parents who are incredibly supportive of me. It’s not every day your parents will just say, ‘Yeah, we’re going to give our son a chance. My wife and daughter are moving to Los Angeles and they will, and we will fly there. And it looks like it’s going pretty well, so we’ll move there too and see how it goes! ‘It’s crazy. I feel very lucky that they believed in me and I also feel very fortunate that they are very focused and down-to-earth people. ”
If you’re looking for more from Justice on his experience breaking into the industry, working with Nickelodeon, and making the switch to more mature content, stay tuned for the full episode of Collider Ladies Night releasing tomorrow, just in time to break free from Trust!
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