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PINK SKIES AHEAD (2021)
Role: Stephanie
Genre: Comedy | Drama
Status: on MTV (May 8, 2021)
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BAALAT HACHALOMOT (TV-2021)
Role: Nur / Rose Romano
Genre: Israeli Drama Series
Status: on HOT TV (July 20, 2021)
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CHA CHA REAL SMOOTH (2022)
Role: Macy
Genre: Comedy | Drama
Status: On Apple+ June 17, 2022
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UMMA (2022)
Role: River
Genre: Horror
Status: In Theaters March 18th
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‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ Picked Up by Apple

admin     Jan 26th, 2022     Reply to Article

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTERCooper Raiff is behind the film as writer, director and star.

For the second year in a row, Apple has landed one of Sundance’s buzziest titles.

The streamer landed the worldwide rights to Cooper Raiff’s Cha Cha Real Smooth in a deal pegged around $15 million. The U.S. dramatic competition feature follows an aimless college graduate who gets a job as a party starter and befriends a young mother (Dakota Johnson, who also produces) and her autistic daughter, played by newcomer Vanessa Burghardt.

Leslie Mann, Evan Assante, Brad Garrett, Raúl Castillo, and Odeya Rush also appear in the feature, which was financed Erik Feig’s PictureStart and Endeavor Content. Along with Feig and PictureStart’s Jessica Switch, Johnson and Ro Donnelly produced.

Raiff is the writer-director-actor behind 2020 SXSW grand jury prize winner Shithouse, with Cha Cha being his second feature. Heading into the festival, insiders pegged Cha Cha, which screened in the fest’s U.S. Dramatic Competition section, as one of the fest’s hottest titles. The Hollywood Reporter review of the film called it “a confident step in a burgeoning career.”

ICM Partners, WME and Endeavor Content negotiated the deal on behalf of the filmmakers.

The deal for Cha Cha marks the biggest sale of the fest thus far. At last year’s Sundance, Apple paid a record-breaking $25 million for CODA, which continues to collect accolades in this year’s awards race.




Odeya Rush for PPlus Magazine

admin     Jan 14th, 2022     Reply to Article

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Odeya Rush for AT Magazine

admin     Sep 12th, 2021     Reply to Article

New photoshoot for AT Magazine, Odeya looks stunning! You can read the interview (in hebrew) right here

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Odeya Rush for Schön! Magazine

admin     Dec 31st, 2019     Comments Off on Odeya Rush for Schön! Magazine

SCHON! MAGAZINE – Odeya Rush can do it all. The Israeli-American actress is perhaps best known for her breakout roles in acclaimed movies such as Goosebumps, Lady Bird, and Netflix’s Dumplin’ but, behind the scenes, Rush is also a writer and director herself.

Rush’s latest venture on-screen comes in the form of Netflix’s new festive flick, Let It Snow, which premiered on the streaming giant on November 8. Playing the role of Addie, Rush stars alongside Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Kiernan Shipka, Jacob Batalon and Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse’s Shameik Moore in the long-awaited film adaptation of John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson’s YA novel from 2008.

Equal parts heartwarming and heartbreaking, Let It Snow is the perfect rom-com to get you into the Holiday spirit. To coincide with the film’s launch, Schön! caught up with Rush to discuss her journey into acting, adapting books to the screen and her future behind the cameras.

You started acting professionally at 13 in an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, but how did you first discover acting? When did you get your amateur start?

I was always writing and directing plays at home with my younger brothers. When I got a bit older I fell in love with making movies on iMovie. And in school, I always participated in the plays or talent shows. That’s where it all began.

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Odeya Rush shares her Beauty Tips and Confidence Secrets

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BYRDIEOdeya Rush: “It’s Good to Not Be Too Attached to What Other People Say to You/u>”

When I was getting ready to interview Odeya Rush, I wasn’t sure what to ask her. Whether playing mean-girl Jenna in Lady Bird or sweet, down-to-earth best friend Elle in Dumplin’, the 22-year-old actress sort of just… radiates perfection. She’s beautiful, charming, and magnetic to watch onscreen, sort of like that one girl you went to high school with who was somehow too cool to hate. What do you even say to someone so flawless?

But despite her air of effortlessness, it turns out Rush knows a thing or two about battling insecurities. After dealing with a vicious outbreak of acne during the filming of Let It Snow, the starlet tried every trick in the book to calm her skin—but it wasn’t until she changed the way she talked to herself that her self-image began to improve. Following her performance as difficult-to-love Addie in Netflix’s holiday film, out this Friday, Rush decided to treat herself with the same kind of empathy that she used as an actress to relate to her characters. Want to find out about how she got into the role of an ice queen, figured out her holy-grail acne routine, and built her self-esteem back up? Read on.

How are you doing? Did you do anything fun for Halloween?

Yeah, we had a Halloween party at my boyfriend’s house and all our friends were there. I dressed up as Jojo Siwa, so I was like, “I need some pinks and purples!” I made, like, a purple smoky eye.

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Vogue – Scan

admin     Oct 17th, 2019     Comments Off on Vogue – Scan

Odeya is featured inside the new issue of Vogue US (November 2019). 1 scan has been added to the gallery




Actress Odeya Rush Directs Music Video For Harry Nathan’s “Alright”

admin     Oct 12th, 2019     Comments Off on Actress Odeya Rush Directs Music Video For Harry Nathan’s “Alright”

WONDERLAND MAGAZINELady Bird actress Odeya Rush directs a music video about pastries in love, and we are so here for it.

Consider a pastry. A golden morsel of warmth. A flaky mound of happiness. There are many reasons to love the underrated food group, and now, prepare to give it a whole lot more of love with singer-songwriter Harry Nathan’s new visuals for his song “Alright”.

The Sydney-based artist has been making waves for a while now with his enchanting brand of lo-fi pop, and “Alright” is a hazy, feelgood track with shoulder-shaking 80s influences.

And the music video is truly a low-budget wonder to behold, featuring a mating dance between a chain-smoking croissant and a moustache-toting toastie, directed by none other than Nathan’s friend Lady Bird actress Odeya Rush. Obsessed.

This comes as Rush’s third self-directed music video for her friend and collaborator, musician, Harry Nathan.

We caught up with the Nathan and Rush below…

Hi both, love the concept of a love story between pastries – where did the idea for the video come from?
Odeya: We started with a simple idea to have Harry make a delicious sandwich in his kitchen. We thought it would be something super easy to make, though as the idea grew I knew we couldn’t make something that didn’t excite or challenge us. This video is the result of a DIY, super low budget attempt at a love story between a sandwich and croissant. Bon Appétit! Or in Hebrew, beteavon!

Harry, you wrote “Made this in my kitchen with my best mates” – it sounds like it was loads of fun…
Harry: The pastry love saga was a lot of fun, albeit being trickier to make than we thought, we had to learn a lot on the fly. Odeya was directing and shooting, whilst the rest of us worked the marionettes to bring the puppets to life.

Harry, what is the song about?
Harry: It’s about meeting someone and knowing you only have a short time together, so you need to make the most of it.

Odeya, is this the first time you directed something?
Odeya: Well, it’s my third time directing a video for Harry, but this has been a passion of mine since I was very young. I used to direct plays and make movies on my iPad with my younger brothers.

How did you get involved in the project?
Odeya: We’re always talking about random ideas, we’re best friends and hang out all the time so our projects tend to evolve organically.

Where did you get your inspiration from?
Odeya: I was hungry. I got inspired by those instagram food porn videos, and I love a good sandwich. Sandwiches are very friendly, and I thought it would be a good food to make a story around.

Would this be something you’d like to explore in the future?
We have so many crazy ideas. Of course we want to keep evolving and growing, we’re really inspired by a mix of different people from Wes Anderson to Tim Heidecker and hope to continue exploring our tastes and building this universe.

What’s next for you both? What are you excited for?
We’re working on a new video that’s in the same universe but also completely different to anything you’ve seen from us. Not promising anything, but there might be a goat in a vest…

Watch “Alright” below…

Harry Nathan – Alright [Official Sandwich Music Video]




Odeya Rush Talks Acne & Beauty As A Rising Movie Star (Refinery29)

admin     Sep 25th, 2019     Comments Off on Odeya Rush Talks Acne & Beauty As A Rising Movie Star (Refinery29)

REFINERY29.COMOdeya Rush Wants To See More Acne In Hollywood

For some, a lipstick is just a lipstick. But for others, it’s a source of strength, creativity, and expression. In our series Power Faces, we’ll explore the relationship between strong women and the makeup they choose to wear — or not. Our latest subject is 22-year-old actress Odeya Rush, who will star in Netflix’s upcoming film Let It Snow and Harry Nathan’s music video for “Alright,” which she also directed. This story was told to Thatiana Diaz and edited for length and clarity.

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When I first started going to Hollywood events, I used to wear so much makeup. It would be heavy eyes, lips, lashes, and I looked older than I do now. I thought, “I have a professional makeup artist. Let’s go hard.” But I’d go to these events and look in the mirror and not recognize myself. So many people around me would say, “No, this looks good.” It just didn’t feel like me.

Eventually, I learned it’s really important to wear things that make you feel good about yourself. I don’t think I’m ever going to go that hard with heavy makeup again. For me, I look and feel better with something softer and more natural paired with a statement eye or lip.

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