The Hills star Audrina Patridge covers Maxim magazine and promotes her new horror slasher film – Sorority Row – and panhandles tidbits about her new reality show and life as an actress. The Maxim October issue hits newsstands on Friday, September 18 and here are blog excerpts:
On if this is going to be her last season on The Hills: You know, it’s just something that I felt inside. I’m an adult now, and I don’t need all the petty drama and drinking and fighting. I’ve done that, and I’m ready to move on.
On Sorority Row and her character Megan: I play a sorority girl who gets cheated on. And if you cheat on one Theta Pi, you cheat on all Theta Pis, so me and the other sisters decide to pull a prank on my boyfriend—which does not go according to plan. It’s very gory, but it also has a lot of comedy, so when you’re not getting scared and jumping, you’re laughing.
On upcoming The Audrina Show: The producer is Mark Burnett, who executive-produced Survivor. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at my life in L.A.—the movies and shoots and parties. It’s not as glamorous as it appears, plus it’ll actually feature people I know. It’s, like, real.
In Sorority Row, five sorority sisters of Theta Pi cause the death of one of their own during a foolish prank gone wrong, they conspire to discard the evidence and never speak of the nightmare again. Fast-forward one year to graduation. As they prepare to say good-bye to the house and each other, the girls plan one last alcohol-fueled bash on Sorority Row, confident their dark secret remains buried. But does it? As the party rages in the front yard, the bedrooms and the hot tub, the girls receive cell phone videos taken the night of Megan’s murder from an anonymous sender who threatens to forward the videos to the police. Then, one by one, the sisters and their unsuspecting boyfriends are stalked by an unseen killer.
Sorority Row hits theaters on Friday, September 11. To oogle and read more on Audrina Patridge, visit Maxim.com.
Audrina Patridge is repped by Andrew Francis and April Tombs @ International Creative Management and Jonathan Perry @ Agency for the Performing Arts, attorney Lawrence M. Kopeikin @ Morris, Yorn, Barnes & Levine and publicist Jennifer Shoucair @ S/W PR Shop.