With the November release date of her upcoming film "The Frozen Ground" quickly nearing, Vanessa Hudgens garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the October 2012 issue of Untitled magazine.
The 23-year-old actress struck a range of fashionable poses for the publication while chatting about her successful cinema career.
Highlights from Miss Hudgens' interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Untitled!
On her 'High School Musical' days:
“High School Musical was incredible and it was so fun and it gave me so many fans which I’m very, very thankful for, but it also closed people’s minds up as to which characters I could portray. They only saw me as Gabriella Montez and I love that character but there’s so much more to me than just that. So for a while I was kind of struggling and fighting for these roles that I just desperately wanted. It was hard and it was a struggle, but then again life is always a struggle. Having a career will always be a struggle. You’ll always have to fight for what you want. Definitely crossing over and being able to tackle these grittier parts was a challenge, but I feel like I’ve done it! It’s a whole new chapter!”
On the extreme weather faced during the filming of 'The Frozen Ground':
“There would be days where the wind chill was about negative 30. It definitely added to the harsh element of the film… my feet were literally frozen in my leather bound soles.”
On taking 'Spring Breakers' to the Venice Film Festival:
“I’ve never even been to a film festival, let alone competed in one! I’m really proud of the movie. I feel like it’s a breed of its own, it’s a movie unlike any other and it’s very fresh and fun and exciting. I feel like it’s a great take on our youth culture right now.”