She's playing two roles in the upcoming DCOM "Frenemies."
Actress Mary Mouser is playing the roles of Emma & Savannah, and we caught up with the star about playing those roles and more!
Fanlala: Selena Gomez did it, Michael Cera did it, now the torch is being passed to you! How was it acting as two different people, against yourself?
Mary Mouser: It was a blast shooting, kind of confusing at times because I couldn’t remember who I was at certain times, but such an unforgettable experience. It’s so much fun to just research and play one role, so to play two people was really, really cool. The different accents were a little bit challenging, but the end result came out amazing
F: Can you describe to us what a “Frenemy” is?
MM: A "Frenemy" means something different to everyone. For my situation not to give away too much of the plot, is when my friend becomes a “frenemy" when we become a little bit too competitive with each other, we’re still friends but there's much more to the situation. Personally, I prefer to have friends.
F: In real life, are you more like one or the other of the personalities you play in the movie?
MM: I guess it really all depends on the day. There’s a little bit of me in all of them. Bella and Zendaya are usually BEST friends, what was it like seeing them in a different light for this movie?
MM: Honestly, I think them playing different roles from what you guys are normally used to seeing was pretty awesome. It’s one of those things you know where you’ll always be rooting for one or the other, or maybe even both. Off screen, everyone gets along great, but I don’t want to give too much away, so you’ll just have to wait and see…but I will say that I am so lucky to have been able to work with so many amazing people in this movie.
F: We’re sure you have a few GOOD friends to hang with, what do you do in your free time when you’re not acting?
MM: We absolutely love to shop! (I mean, what teenager doesn’t right?). We also love going to the movies, but sleepovers with my friends are the best. We like to take tootsie rolls and match them up with other candies to see how they taste together. It may sound gross, but it’s so good, you have to try it!