WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
- Write a message wishing Mackenzie a happy birthday.
- Make a graphic using photos from our gallery.
- Record a video of yourself wishing Mackenzie happy birthday.
- Make a fan video for Mackenzie.
- Hold up a sign wishing Mackenzie a happy birthday.
RULES & GUIDELINES:
- All videos must be no longer than 20 seconds.
- All entries must be appropriate.
- Your graphic or video must be completely made by you.
- Only one submission per person.
- All submissions must be sent in by Sunday, November 3rd or they won’t be included.
HOW TO SUBMIT:
Simply fill out this form and send it to mackenziefoyfans.us[@]gmail[.]com with the subject 2019 Birthday Project! Just remove the brackets from the email. You can also use this Google form!
Link to graphic/video/photo/etc.:
**Videos and edits will appear best if they are 1280×720px!
We can’t wait to see everyones submissions! The final video will be posted on Mackenzie’s birthday for everyone to watch on our YouTube channel.
Mackenzie is featured in the September issue of Vogue Taiwan! Check out the first look at the shoot below.
Last night, Mackenzie attended the Saint Laurent Mens Spring Summer 2019 Show in Malibu, California. Check out photos in the gallery below!
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms actress Mackenzie Foy and Oscar-winner Kate Winslet (The Reader) have signed on to star in a new reboot of Black Beauty, based on the best-selling children’s classic by Anna Sewell.
Adolescence director Ashley Avis will helm the new Black Beauty, adapting the script herself from Sewell’s novel, which is told as a fictional autobiography of the titular wild horse. In a significant change from Sewell’s book, in which Black Beauty is a carriage horse, in the new adaptation, she is a a wild mustang captured on the Wyoming Plains.
Foy will play a 17-year-old girl whose bond with Black Beauty helps her overcome the death of her parents. Winslet will voice Black Beauty’s inner thoughts.
Jeremy Bolt and Robert Kulzer will produce Black Beauty for Constantin Film, with Martin Moszkowicz executive producing.
Mister Smith Entertainment is handling world sales and will be introducing the project to buyers next week in Cannes.
Black Beauty has been adapted multiple times, for film and television, most recently in 1994 in a version starring Sean Bean and David Thewlis, with Alan Cumming as the voice of the horse.
Foy is repped by Lighthouse Management + Media, Coast to Coast and Myman Greenspan Fineman Fox Rosenberg Light. Winslet is repped by CAA and United Agents.