The ace and one of finest rising female megastar on the block right who wowed her fans and us all with her remarkable performance in Netflix’s hit monochrome dramatic english film Malcolm & Marie (January 2021) in which she starred alongside Tenet (2020) fame nuanced hollywood actor John David Washington, Hollywood actress Zendaya spills beans on Space Jam and Euphoria season 2.
Opening up more about her experience of doing voice over for a particularly important character in Space Jam: A New Legacy, Zendaya spills beans on Space Jam and Euphoria season 2.
In her recent globally renowned digital hollywood magazine candid interview, the Euphoria star Zendaya spills beans on Space Jam and Euphoria season 2.
Voiced by Disney alum and Euphoria star Zendaya, the latest avatar of Lola Bunny is one of the biggest X factors in much awaited Space Jam: A New Legacy which all actually starts with her introduction.
Also, its interesting enough to see that when Lola Bunny becomes the final and pivotal Looney Tunes character which has gotten added into LeBron James and Bugs Bunny’s team roster in the film, Ofcourse it’s with a truly special fanfare.
Just like Lola Bunny in Space Jam, even Zendaya is a newly emerging unstoppable force and true powerhouse of talent to be reckoned with who in the past decade has proven her credibility and mettle by portraying varied and diverse out of the box characters with ease and confidence starting up from her debut as Rocky in Shake It Up followed by her Emmy award winning turn in Euphoria to the iconic MJ in Spiderman franchise who is also soon going to be seen as Chani in highly anticipated hollywood movie titled Dune.
Opening up on challenges faced by her whilst doing the voice over for character of Lola Bunny in Space Jam: A New Legacy, Zendaya says, “The challenging part was the fact that because of COVID, I wasn’t able to be in a booth with the director or with any of the other actors. So we had to make it work in my house, in somewhat of a closet space, which was nice, because I didn’t have to put any real clothes on. But, you know, it’s hard to kind of maintain that, and you have such a respect for voice actors who have to maintain so much energy while being in [a room], just through their voice. And without being able to use… obviously, like, I talk with my hands so much, but how do I give this energy without any of that? That’s kind of the difficult thing is kind of maintaining that energy when you don’t have that human ability to have human connection. But all on the same token, I got to learn how to do better. And I had a great director, Malcolm, who guided me through the process”.
When asked about which never seen before and totally unconventional character she’d like to essay in future which people or audiences could never imagine her doing, on this Zendaya shares, “Hmm. I don’t know if I have a specific role. But I mean, I’ve always wanted to play like some type of villain. I’ve always wanted to play a heightened, more theatrical kind of villain. Not literally musical theater, but the vibe of musical theater, almost. What else? I’ve always wanted to play a mob boss. I don’t know if that’ll ever happen for me, but I have a good New York accent so you never know”.
Finally spilling the beans about the excitement for fans to witness her character Rue’s growth in HBO Max’s hit television show Euphoria’s forthcoming season, Euphoria 2, Zendaya reveals, “It’s a difficult season, I’m kinda in the middle of it. I had like a 2:30 a.m. wrap time last night, we’re in the thick of it. But, you know, the show was intense. And it’s very personal to, not only ourselves and all the people who work on it, but also, to other people who have been able to relate so deeply to the characters or see their experiences being reflected through Rue. So we take that very seriously. And it’s definitely challenging, it’s a challenging season. It’s gonna be hard and it’s gonna be devastating sometimes, but I think Rue really deserves all of that care when it comes to her character, because I think she represents a lot for so many people. And I hope to make those people proud with our depictions of Rue and where all the characters go. I think this season’s not going to be easy, though. It’s not going to be a fun watch, I don’t think. Sometimes”.
Space Jam: A New Legacy’s official Youtube trailer link –