Victoria Justice proves victorious this summer thanks to her Moscato Fizz cocktail.
“I can’t think of a better drink during summer,” the actress, 30, exclusively tells Us Weekly. “There are sweet, subtle notes of melon, passionfruit and kiwi — it’s like taking a sip of your own tropical paradise.”
Justice, whose recipe makes one drink, also noted that the Moscato Fizz is a great addition when you’re relaxing poolside or hanging out with friends.
“I don’t know much about wine,” Justice confessed during a joint “Jake’s Takes” interview with costar Adam Demos in May 2022. “When I buy wine, I buy it based on what label is the coolest and what art I like. I’m like, ‘Oh, this looks cool!’”
Demos, 38, chimed in: “My advice is don’t act like you know what you’re talking about and just enjoy it or don’t. Like, it’s annoying when people start talking about it. If it tastes good, happy days!”
In Netflix’s A Perfect Pairing, Justice leaves her Los Angeles home for Australia in hopes of recruiting a local vineyard to join her firm’s umbrella of winemakers. While down under, Justice’s Lola gets mistaken for a ranch hand by sheep farmer Max (Demos).
“The traveling part is so fun,” Justice previously told Us in March about visiting new places for various films like A Perfect Pairing. “The last couple [of] movies I did, one was in South Africa, the other in Australia. I might be doing one in Thailand coming up. So, it’s really exciting to get to step into new parts of the world and explore those cultures and then also create these new characters.”
When Justice isn’t busy on set, she’s found that the Moscato Fizz — a bubbly take on Yellow Tail’s wine — hits the spot as her go-to cocktail for the summer months.
Keep reading to get Justice’s recipe to mix up a Moscato Fizz:
- 3 oz club soda
- 2.5 oz Yellow Tail Moscato
- .75 oz fresh lemon juice
- 1 oz of favorite berry liqueur or spoonful of favorite jam
- 2 fresh herbs of your choice, for garnish
- Fill a stemless wineglass with ice. Pour in club soda.
- Combine Moscato, lemon juice and either liqueur or jam in a shaker. Shake over ice for about 30 seconds, then pour over club soda.
- Garnish with fresh herbs of your choice.
You know summer is in full swing when you’ve got beach days and pool hangs on your calendar. While many people are looking forward to jet-setting to wanderlust locations the next few months, Victoria Justice’s plans for vacation SZN are a lot closer to home. The actor tells Elite Daily what she’s looking forward to most this summer is just “hanging out with friends” and chilling in a hammock. And for any girls night in, she says you need two things: an Insta-worthy charcuterie board and a glass of wine.
The 30-year-old multi-hyphenate, who is teaming up with Yellow Tail for the launch of the brand’s new moscato, calls it the “perfect summer drink,” thanks to its hints of pear and cantaloupe. It’s a must for Justice’s relaxing nights at home — she’ll enjoy a glass while listening to her song of the summer, Doja Cat’s “Attention,” or marathoning Love Is Blind on Netflix — and the Victorious alum is planning to pour one out while watching her former castmates in the Zoey 102 movie when it comes out on July 27. (Justice, who played Lola on Nickelodeon’s Zoey 101 from 2005 to 2008, wasn’t able to participate in the upcoming reboot due to her busy schedule but tells Elite Daily that the show still holds a special place in her heart. “I’m just really rooting for all of them, and I’m so excited for the movie,” she says.)
Below, Justice shares more wine pairings for different summer activities you may be planning, her secret ingredient for the perfect hang, and her idea of the ultimate “treat yourself” day. [continue reading]
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EXCLUSIVE: Actress and singer Victoria Justice (The Tutor), model and actress Devon Ross (Irma Vep), Taylor John Smith (Where The Crawdads Sing), and Dermot Mulroney (Scream VI) are leading cast in feature sic, which is filming in Thailand.
The film marks the feature directorial debut of The Fighter and The Finest Hours screenwriter Paul Tamasy who also penned the script.
The film follows a group of roommates in a US city who accidentally kill an innocent man, “leading them down a dangerous path of deception and cover-up”.
Tamasy is re-teaming with his producing partner Dorothy Aufiero, with whom worked on The Fighter, Patriots Day, and the The Finest Hours. Also producing are Wych Kaos, Scott Clayton, Jordan Gertner, and Gary Hirsh, with Adam Zachary Smith aboard as exec producer.
The project is being shot at Baang Rig Studios in Thailand, with the Southeast Asian country standing in for the U.S. We’re told backing comes from Thai sources and a US company which wasn’t disclosed.
The project marks model Ross’s first ever movie after recently making her screen debut in HBO Max series Irma Vep.
“I’m excited to be directing my first film, and shooting at Baang Studios has been an incredible experience,” said Tamasy. “We’ve assembled a great cast and crew, and I can’t wait for audiences to see the final product.” [source]
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This weekend Victoria has been busy attending Coachella Festival 2023. We have uploaded our gallery with the pictures from her different appearances. Follow the links below to view the images.
Before hitting theaters on March 24, Collider’s Steve Weintraub had the opportunity to speak with the stars of Jordan Ross’ upcoming psychological thriller, The Tutor. Between the main three, Garrett Hedlund, Noah Schnapp, and Victoria Justice, we gleaned a little insight into this small-budget nail-biter they say has a “page-turner” script that kept them on the edge of their seats, one Hedlund likens to Primal Fear’s level of suspense.
In The Tutor, Ethan, played by Hedlund, is the titular mentor who’s offered an unbelievable summer gig to work with a billionaire’s son, Jackson (Schnapp). As the two spend more time together, Ethan’s uneasy concern that Jackson may be a deeply troubled young man is compounded by the fact that Jackson seems to know an uncomfortable amount about his new tutor, and shows up unannounced during dinners with Ethan’s newly-pregnant wife, Annie (Justice). Things take a turn for the worst when Jackson accuses Ethan of assault, and the tutor begins to tumble down a slippery slope. According to the trio, this twisting story will “surprise and terrorize” audiences with its unexpected outcome.
During the conversation, which you can watch in the video read below, Hedlund, Schnapp, and Justice share with us how they got involved with this project, what appealed to them most, and how the locals of Birmingham, Alabama contributed to the film. The trio also teases upcoming projects like Justice’s “action-adventure” comedy, California King, Hedlund’s next Taylor Sheridan series, Bass Reeves, and Schnapp admits he’ll be “crying and upset” when Stranger Things Season 5 wraps, and we can guarantee he won’t be alone with his tears.
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Vertical Entertainment have officially dropped the trailer for their new, eerie thriller that will becoming to the big screen this March.
The Tutor, which will hit cinemas on March 24th, follows Garrett Hedlund’s character, a tutor to a teen (Noah Schnapp) who takes things a little too far.
In the movie, Hedlund plays an in-demand tutor named Ethan, whose gigs often cater to the privileged members of the East Coast. His newest job is to tutor Jackson, the son of a billionaire who resides in a remote New York estate. Shortly after Ethan and Jackson begin working together, Ethan starts to realize that Jackson’s fascination with him turns into a dangerous obsession. As tension mounts, Jackson poses a greater and greater threat to Ethan, leading him to figure out what’s really going on with Jackson before things get even worse.
Starting with its instrumental soundtrack, the trailer sets the tone for what viewers can expect going into the movie, also using an array of shots to showcase the grandiose aspects of the estate. Everything takes a turn after Ethan poses a question that Jackson seems affronted by, leading into Ethan’s side investigation on his new and mysterious tutee. Moreover, Jackson becomes even more unsettling as the trailer offers insight into Ethan’s personal life with his newly pregnant wife (Victoria Justice). While it’s clear that Jackson has some sort of ulterior motive in mind, the exact reasoning behind it remains unclear beyond his mounting obsession with Ethan and his life. Whatever Jackson’s intentions are, they certainly aren’t good ones. (source)
Check out the trailer below!