Disney+ Original “Hollywood StarGirl” Starts Its Production

Disney Plus StarGirl

Recently Disney+ shared exciting news about the production of its original awaited movie “Hollywood Stargirl” and fans couldn’t be much happier. 

Disney Plus original Stargirl 2 will see Grace VanderWaal return as Stargirl, alongside actress Elijah Richardson playing Evan, who is the romantic lead opposite VanderWaal.  The script is based on the original character from Jerry Spinelli’s bestselling book.

Advertisement

Disney Plus Hollywood StarGirl Set

Disney+ Original Hollywood StarGirl Starts Its Production

On Set.
Image Source: Instagram (@juliamhhart)

Talking about the show director, the movie is set to be directed by Fast Colour director Julia Hart and is an Ellen Goldsmith-Vein produced movie. And the production of the movie has already been started.

Advertisement
Advertisements

The first part of Stargirl was released on 24th March 2020, and after the movie is gaining good feedback from the movie industry, the production of the next part has been started.

Watch Stargirl | Official Trailer | Disney+

Julia teased us about the upcoming production from a chair laid on the beach which reads,

Advertisement

“Hollywood Stargirl” will follow Stargirl’s journey out of Mica, Arizona, and into a bigger world of music, dreams, and possibility. The film will see Grace VanderWaal return as Stargirl, with Elijah Richardson playing Evan, who is the romantic lead opposite VanderWaal.  The script is based on the original character from Jerry Spinelli’s bestselling book.

And on the other hand Founder/CEO of The Gotham Group and producer Ellen, also shared a colorful clapperboard written Hollywood Stargirl,

Producer Gotham Elen also flaunted her happiness writing,

Advertisement

Here we go! @stargirl #hollywoodstargirlmovie So happy to be back with our Stargirl family! @disneyplus @disneystudios ⭐️👧🏼🎬

The exact release date of the Hollywood StarGil is yet to be revealed but made sure to bookmark BAE. If you enjoyed reading the article and more Disney+ updates make sure to bookmark BAE Magazine.

Advertisements