Vanessa Hudgens was in New York City last Thursday (July 11) before heading off to London to promote her new movie The Frozen Ground. She wrote via Instagram: “Op. touchin the tip top. lol loving NYC”.
Hudgens also shared a snapshot of London on July 15. It was all work on Tuesday (July 16) when she visited BBC Radio 1 for a friendly chat on the film.
According to the Belfast Telegraph she said, “I had my breakfast and got ready then I came here,” Vanessa said. “Yeah it’s early but that’s what caffeine is for. I had two cups of English breakfast tea and a green tea on the way here. I was wriggling in the car! I have way too much energy. [Yesterday] I saw the London Eye. I didn’t go on it as I don’t like lines. There was a very long line. If you call relaxing productive, then I had a very productive day.”
She also shared who she would wake up early for.
“I’d wake up early for Andy Warhol. Have you seen [one of my favourite movies] Labyrinth with David Bowie? It’s so amazing. It’s good, you have to see it! I do love a festival, yes I was at Coachella this year and next year I’ll be at Glastonbury. I’ll wear a headdress, it’ll be perfect.”
Referring to The Frozen Ground – she also shared there were scary moments with co-stars Nicholas Cage and John Cusack.
“The first time I saw it I did have some moments where I was like, ‘Why are you making those faces Vanessa?’ It’s quite gritty and there are some pretty scary moments. My character is based on a real person. We shot at some real places where events took place in. It’s quite heavy there’s an energy that resonates,” she explained. “Nicholas Cage is amazing.”