Actress Vanessa Hudgens is back on Netflix with her Christmas romantic comedy movie ‘ The Princess Switch: Switched Again’ and scatters the holiday spirit around.
The movie, which returned to the screens two years later with its sequel, stars Vanessa Hudgens, Sam Palladio, Suanne Braun, and Nick Sagar in the lead roles.
In these difficult days when special days cannot be celebrated as before, the film made everyone happy and is highly watched because it has an energy that makes people feel hope and joy.
In her last interview with Screen Rant, Vanessa Hudgens explained how it felt to work as an executive producer and play 3 different characters in the sequel, and shared the details about the movie.
Expressing that she never dreamed that she would play in a movie in which she would portray three different characters, the actress successfully came through this challenge.
In addition to this challenge, she actually had to play six different characters because they switch. Although she had to run her brain on overdrive for this job that they almost accomplished with magic, she is quite happy to share the result with the world.
Here’s what she stated:
“Well, you know… Playing three characters is something that I never thought I would really be doing. I do love a challenge, and a challenge it was! Because it’s not just the three characters.
The characters are switching, so it’s, like, six characters, all put together in one of me! So my brain, definitely, was working on overdrive. But I feel like what we achieved is magic. I’m just so excited to share that with the world.”
People really want to watch films not so much tiring and just want to watch a movie in a warm blanket which makes oneself feel nice and safe. This is that kind of movie and Vanessa Hudgens also announced that a third and last one will be released next year.
“You know, three, I think, is where I tap out. That’s my max. But I’m very excited, because we are going to be doing another one, so there will be another one for everyone next year.”
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