Victoria Justice has a new interview with Time Out Chicago Kids about her new movie ‘Fun Size’, co-starring Jane Levy and Chelsea Handler, and out in theaters now. In the interview, Justice talks about what it was like being the lead in her first big studio movie, what it was like working with Chelsea Handler, and what she feels about romance in the movie.
When asked about if Fun Size is helping her branch out from the TV roles [as Justice got her start on the Nickelodeon show ‘Victorious’], she says, “It's a great start. It's my first leading role in a big studio film. It's a huge deal for me. I would love to continue to do film and I love making them. I want to play a variety of different characters in different genres of film.”
She also talks about working with Chelsea Handler, saying, “Honesty, we don’t have that many scenes together, but the scenes we did have together were a lot of fun. For her character, Joy, you don’t want to feel bad for her, because she’s being this awful parent, but Chelsea finds a way to bring sympathy to her character.”
She’s also asked about which character from the movie would steal her heart in real life, and she replies, “For me it's all about personality, and I think Roosevelt has the sweetest personality. He’s so cute and adorable and he really sacrifices a lot for Wren. He's real supportive, and I think I would want to be with someone who was supportive and kind.”