Dylan O’Brien and Britt Robertson have been dating ever since they starred in their super cute romcom together The First Time. Obviously since they’re both major movie stars who are constantly jetsetting across the globe to film movies, it’s a given that sometimes they have to visit each other on set. But even though Britt loves seeing her BF, she admits that it’s not fun having Dylan on set. It basically makes her super nervous and embarrassed.
Now, Dylan is confirming that the feeling is mutual. “I’m definitely like that too… You get nervous you know,”
he dished to ODE. “We’re so funny about that with each other, like showing each other our stuff, our movies.”
But it’s actually a good thing, as it’s only because they respect each other so much as actors and they just don’t want the other to see anything but their best. “It’s a very cute, endearing thing I guess, where we’re shy about what the other one thinks because we love them… I get nervous with her on set because I think the world of her as an actress, not just like my girlfriend.”
Aw! So Dylan doesn’t like acting in front of Britt, but it’s okay because it’s for the cutest reason ever, and he knows it. “I get nervous, I get butterflies,” he said. “It’s sweet, yeah.”
Cutest. Couple. EVER.
Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Hobbit: Battle of the 5 Armies
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Mila Kunis – Jupiter Rising
Britt Robertson – Tomorrowland
Jennifer Lawrence – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
Lily James – Cinderella
Scarlett Johansson – Avengers: Age of Ultron
Mackenzie Foy – Interstellar
Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Blake Lively – The Age of Adaline
Britt Robertson – The Longest Ride
Felicity Jones – True Story/ The Theory of Everything
Reese Witherspoon – Wild
Kristen Stewart – Still Alice
Chloe Grace Moretz – If I Stay
Choice Movie: Drama
If I Stay
The Age of Adaline
The Longest Ride
The Theory of Everything
Britt Robertson is EVERYWHERE. Just last month you could see her falling in love in Nicholas Sparks’ latest book-to-movie rendition, The Longest Ride. And, this month she stepped it up even more and is casually saving the world in Disney’s Tomorrowland.
Besides killing it in the acting world, she’s also dating our favorite hottie Dylan O’Brien. But, apparently it’s not all roses and daises. We got to catch up with the 25-year-old actress and she told us one thing she absolutely HATES when Dylan does. To find out all the details, plus everything you ever wanted to know about Tomorrowland, read the full interview below:
Congratulations on Tomorrowland! What can you tell readers about this movie?
“Yeah, it’s a story that follows my character, Casey Newton, who grows up in modern-day Florida. She’s trying to figure out what her future will be and thinking about colleges. Everyone around her isn’t very excited about the future and she’s trying to remain upbeat and positive. Because of this mindset, she gets recruited to go to Tomorrowland. Along the way, she meets George Clooney’s character, Frank, and another character, Athena, and together they go into Tomorrowland.”
What about your character, Casey?
“Casey is sort of a technical whiz and her dream is to work at NASA. Her dad is a NASA engineer but they’re disassembling all their equipment that goes out to outer-space, so it doesn’t seem like a promising future for her. But she’s still looking up and she’s still optimistic.”
Are you like that in real life?
“I mean I’m not totally opposite from her. I don’t know if I’m as optimistic as she is. I definitely learned from her. I played her for seven months and she rubbed off on me a little bit.”
Tomorrowland is based on the futuristic land at Disney. How much of the actual land makes its way into the film?
“You will see It’s a Small World, Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress, but the two rides aren’t referred to as being a part of Disney. They’re just acknowledged at the World Fair, which takes place during the film.”
Are you a fan of Disney World or Disneyland? Do you have a favorite park or attraction?
“I am. I’m a fan, but I’m not really great with big crowds so I try to make it a once a year occasion. I do love Space Mountain and for the premiere they shut down part of Tomorrowland for us. I was able to ride Space Mountain enough for a lifetime!”
What was it like working with George Clooney?
“He’s such a wonderful human being and such a nice guy. He’s always entertaining and trying to keep us happy and enjoying our time with him. He was always very considerate of myself and Raffey (Cassidy), who plays Athena in this film.”
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Britt Robertson has been dubbed an actress to watch by theater owners.
The “Tomorrowland” star will receive the “Star of Tomorrow” award at CinemaCon, the annual exhibition industry trade show taking place this April in Las Vegas.
Robertson is a new face on the film scene, but that could change if “Tomorrowland” connects with audiences when it debuts on May 22. The fantasy film also stars George Clooney and is directed by Brad Bird (“Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”). The plot remains a closely guarded secret, but the talent attached make the film one to watch.
Robertson will next appear alongside Scott Eastwood in “The Longest Ride,” which will be released April 10. She is best known for starring in The CW network’s “Life Unexpected” and “The Secret Circle,” and CBS’ “Under the Dome.” Other film credits include “Delivery Man,” “Dan in Real Life” and “Cake.”