Song or comedy? His heart was swaying. Although Olivia Rodrigo left the “High School Musical” franchise two years ago and released her second album “Guts” five months ago, she’s already considering a return to the silver screen.
She’s on all fronts. Olivia Rodrigo was nominated for Catch Me Now at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governors Awards and took the opportunity to reveal a few things. The 20-year-old artist is currently enjoying dazzling success with the soundtrack to The Hunger Games: A Ballad of Snakes and his second album Guts, but he’s not done impressing us just yet. At least that’s what she hopes for her career.
Although she’ll be launching her “Guts World Tour” next February, the “bad idea right?” singer » dreams of returning to movie theaters. ” I like watching movies and telling stories “, the star told Variety during the event. ” I love telling stories, whether it’s songs or movies, it’s something I’m truly passionate about. »
Olivia Rodrigo returns after ‘High School Musical: The Series’?
As a reminder, Olivia Rodrigo participated in three seasons of the Disney+ series High School Musical: The Series. She was forced to quit before the final season to focus on her new album, Guts, which was as dizzying a success as her first. ” Olivia is a very good actress, which is easy to overlook because she is a world-class songwriter, but Olivia is actually a phenomenal actress ” said Tim Federle, the show’s director at the time.
The ideal choice for a young woman would be to be in a movie where her character evolves from adolescence. ” I’d really like to do a coming-of-age film, maybe before I’m an adult.Maybe I’m an adult now “, she joked. The joke doesn’t ring so false since on February 20 the singer will celebrate his 21st birthday. To be continued…