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  • November 30 - The SECRET To Finding Purpose In Life STARTS HERE… | Katherine McNamara & Jay Shetty
  • November 27 - Katherine McNamara For True Beauty Discovery
  • November 25 - Kat Guest Staring On Life is Short with Justin Long
  • November 22 - Katherine McNamara Dishes On Just Released New Song ‘What Do We Got to Lose’
  • November 22 - New Kat Music “What Do We Got to Lose”
  • November 16 - New “The Stand” The Prophet Vs. The Dark Man Promo
  • November 30, 2020  abby No comments Interviews

    On this episode of On Purpose, actor Katherine MacNamara and Jay talk about laughing in
    moments of chaos, finding perspective each and every day, and being curious about the world
    and your purpose in it.

    Katherine MacNamara is a self-proclaimed professional chameleon. As an actor known for her
    roles in Shadowhunters and Arrow, she gets curious about her character’s role in the story and
    does in depth research to be able to fill that role.
    On this episode of On Purpose, Actor Katherine MacNamara and Jay talk about approaching
    learning with excitement and joy, finding laughter among chaos, and letting your curiosity guide
    you towards purpose.They also briefly talk about which Hogwart’s house we each would be in.
    Reach out to Jay and Katherine on Instagram to let them know what house you think you’d be
    sorted into.

    November 27, 2020  abby No comments Interviews

    Actress Katherine McNamara endorses True Beauty Discovery

    November 25, 2020  abby No comments Interviews

    Kat was guest on the pod cast Life is Short with Justin Long, You can listen to the pod cast on Apple Music Here

    Katherine McNamara (The Stand, Arrow) talks to Justin about her love of economics (she graduated high school at 14 years old!), the time she was Elaine Stritch’s guest on the set of 30 Rock and the volunteer work she does for anti-bullying.

    November 22, 2020  abby No comments Interviews, Music

    justjaredjr.com – Katherine McNamara is surprising fans with her brand new song “What Do We Got to Lose“!

    The 24-year-old actress and singer just debuted the track on Saturday (November 21). JJJ spoke to Katherine to get the scoop on the song, and find out more about her music. She even teased a few more surprises!

    “‘What Do We Got to Lose’ is about taking a risk, following your heart, and giving something a chance – no matter how unlikely it may seem,” she told us. “When it comes to life and love, if there’s anything I’ve learned, it’s that you have to remain open to possibility of whatever life will throw at you – good or bad. Maybe it will be a happy ending, maybe not, but either way it’s a chance to learn and grow as a person.” and it’s now available to purchase on digital music retailers!

    JJJ: What drew you into this song?
    KM: I have always been a person to be stubbornly optimistic. I love the idea of being on the precipice of taking a leap of faith and jumping into something new, hand in hand with someone who excites and surprises you. It can be a scary feeling in life, love, or otherwise to be vulnerable enough to say “Let’s do this. Let’s try and see where it goes.” That feeling can also be exhilarating and, when you can truly trust someone, the most rewarding. It’s that feeling of tension and euphoria that I feel the song exudes.

    JJJ: Why did you want to make it your next release?
    KM: In cleaning up my computer desktop earlier this year, I discovered my archives of music I recorded nearly 5 years ago. Folks need something to smile about this year. Something to distract them, entertain them, and get them off the couch and dancing on their feet. For me, this music took me on a nice stroll down memory lane. I hope it puts a similar spring in your step. This is the first of a few surprises I have in store. I wanted to start with this track as it felt like a theme for this crazy, unpredictable year. When life is uncertain and everything feels up in the air – take a leap of faith, take a risk, trust your heart. After all, it’s 2020 – what do we have to lose?

    JJJ: What was your favorite part about making this song?
    KM: I have so missed making music. This song was recorded several years ago but in getting it ready for release, it has reinvigorated my passion for it. I started as a dancer, so music has always been my escape whether I’m singing, dancing, or driving in my car. It is a different kind of vulnerability for me – given that it’s the only aspect of my creative output in which I’m not playing a character and effectively putting a little slice of my soul out there for people to listen to. I enjoy the thrill of that risk though – it pushes me to open up creatively in a new way – that’s beneficial as both an artist and a human.

    JJJ: Do you have any plans for an EP or album?
    KM: Eventually, I’d love to. I was well on my way years ago, but instead I spent a good few years fighting demons on Shadowhunters and then fighting to save Star City on Arrow, so my music ended up on the back burner for a bit. However, this year has given me time to rethink and restructure to allow me to get back to it while waiting for the world to heal itself. I was actually considering releasing these tracks on an EP and calling it ARCHIVES, but decided to release them as singles instead. Regardless, it has reminded me how much I love making music – this is only the beginning – wherever it may lead.

    JJJ: Your songs have different tones and vibes, but are all pretty dancey. Is that the kind of overall sound you are going for with your music?
    KM: I love a good beat that gives you a reason to dance, but ultimately, my sound is still developing. This music is from pretty far back in my archives so I’m excited to get back to writing and see what comes to the surface now. That’s the beauty of art and of life – you never know what’s coming next.

    November 13, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Interviews

    November 09, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Interviews

    justjaredjr.com Katherine McNamara, Gregg Sulkin and Cameron Fuller have teamed up for a new project!

    The trio of actors are in the development stages of bringing the book “The Devouring Gray” by Christine Lynn Herman to the screen.

    They made the exciting announcement over the weekend in a new YouTube video on Gregg and Cameron‘s joint channel.

    “It is a remarkable story about a small town and four families, and the next generation coming up and taking charge of their future,” Katherine says in the video.

    “Christine has been absolutely amazing in collaborating, and just working with us. It’s an incredible book,” Gregg adds.

    “This book is so fun. It is just different. It’s dark YA, which is really fun,” Cameron said.

    “We have had the opportunity in our careers to play characters that we’ve been really passionate about, and to be a part of some fandoms that are really amazing,” Katherine continued. “A lot of those things have stemmed from source material, whether it be a comic book, or a book… Now, moving forward, this book is another one that we really feel has an amazing story that those of you out there that we know and love, will also be excited by.”

    October 31, 2020  abby No comments Interviews

    October 31, 2020  abby No comments Interviews

    October 30, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Interviews

    Katherine McNamara shows us her personal library! She shares fantastic book recommendations and points out the “Shadowhunters” and “Arrow” knick-knacks that make her shelves personal and fun.

    October 29, 2020  abby No comments Interviews

    Hollywood Reporter – Spooky season is looking a lot different this year. Haunted houses have been replaced with drive-thru experiences, pumpkin festivals have been cancelled or severely reduced in capacity, and trick-or-treating is being discouraged in many areas, including Los Angeles County and even banned in Beverly Hills. The social holiday is adapting to social distancing, and these Halloween-loving celebrities have had to rethink their annual plans.

    Katherine McNamara, star of the CW’s Shadowhunters and CBS’ upcoming Stephen King adaptation The Stand, is a champion of One Voice, an organization that usually prepares bags of holiday food but will be turning donations into grocery gift cards this year, as the holiday season approaches. The actress is also a big fan of costumes and horror movies, and this year has been doing what she calls “reverse trick or treating.”

    “Whether I’m at home or on set, I always try to do something [for Halloween],” McNamara says. “Baking is kind of a therapy for me, it’s very nostalgic and comforting, so I bake a bunch of cookies and put them in a little bag and drop them off at the end of driveways for my friends and family.”

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