According to the Hollywood reporter Zendaya is currently working a new Animated Film titled “Duck Duck Goose” you can read below for more information!
China’s Original Force Animation has been quietly setting up an animated motion picture unit while getting its first batch of features off the ground, and it is holding its debut event on Wednesday evening during CG conference Siggraph in Los Angeles.
The new unit is based in Culver City and headed by co-presidents Sandra Rabins and Penney Finkelman Cox, who are partners in the venture, along with Original Force founder Harley Zhao. The company seeks to produce at least one CG feature film approximately every 18 months.
During the launch event, the filmmakers revealed concept art and some details from their first projects. Currently in production in the feature unit is Duck Duck Goose, directed by Jenkins from a screenplay by Jenkins and Rob Muir. So far, confirmed voice cast includes Zendaya, Lance Lim, Greg Proops, Diedrich Bader, Rick Overton, Ken Jeong and Jennifer Grey. Finkelman Cox and Rabins are producing the feature along with Viola Chen.
In the story — set in a world that the filmmakers are giving a painterly look — a free-wheeling hero, Peng, rejects the community of his tight-knit flock of geese in an attempt to live life on his own terms. But after he narrowly rescues two young ducklings from a deadly cat named Banzou, Peng agrees to look after them.
For more information on all new films check out The Hollywood Reporter.
While Saturday’s “KC Undercover” posted soft ratings, Sunday’s episode was the most-watched since January.
For “KC Undercover,” the second and third parts of the “Double Crossed” event brought mixed results.
Part two, which aired on Saturday night, drew the show’s second-lowest viewership total on record.
Sunday’s conclusion, however, delivered the show’s best viewership since the second episode, which aired on January 25.
Saturday’s “KC Undercover” posted a 0.31 adults 18-49 rating with 1.82 million viewers. Both marks trailed those of Friday night’s first part, which scored a 0.40 with 2.40 million.
Sunday’s episode then roared back with a 0.47 rating and 3.02 million viewers. It was the third-most watched on record (behind the January 18 premiere and aforementioned January 25 episode).
— Sunday night’s Disney Channel lineup also included “I Didn’t Do It” (0.36 rating, 2.20 million viewers).
1. Favorite pizza topping?
Cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.
2. Favorite sport?
I’m going to have to go with basketball because I’m tall.
3. Last album you bought?
I think the last actual full album I bought was the Drake album [If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late].
4. Craziest fan story?
Honestly, the coolest ones are when girls my own age come up to me and are like, “Oh my god, I stalk you on Instagram! You brows are amazing!” That’s the best thing to me because I’m like, thank you. Thank you so much.
5. Favorite Disney Princess?
Princess Tiana because she has an attitude.
6. Favorite old-school Disney Channel show?
That’s So Raven. You know the eye.
7. A lifetime supply of chocolate or pizza?
Pizza. I don’t think you could survive off chococlate. But you can survive off pizza because I’ve been doing it for 18 years.
8. Twitter or Instagram?
That’s hard! They kind of go hand in hand.
9. Most-used hashtag?
Hashtag Okrrr. O-K-R-R-R. I use it all the time.
10. Last person who texted you?
She’s 19. So it’s not that much of an aww. She’s like, “When are you coming back so we can chill?”
10. Who’s your doppelgänger?
I don’t have one. I have a very interesting face. So I’ve met very few Zendayas with this face. I’ve never met someone that I’ve thought, Wow you look like me.
11. Favorite reality show?
Jersey Shore. Defnitely. One of my favs back in the day. My niece’s name in my phone is “My UTI.” Because of Snooki. “My UTI!” So embarrassing.
12. Celebrity crush?
That’s a long list. Do we have time for that? I would definitely say Morris Chestnut is up there. Idris Elba. Channing Tatum. I mean… the list goes on and on.
13. Can’t live without…?
My cell phone. It’s right here.
14. Dream vacation?
Sleeping! I just want to sleep! That’s all I want to do, just sleep on a beach somewhere.
15. Best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?
Someone showed me a jar of Nutella once and, no I’m kidding. Honestly to do whatever makes you happy. And that is the most important thing that I could tell anyone. You have to do what makes you happy.
16. Go-to comfort food?
Ice cream. Häagen-Daaz.
17. Person you’d like to work with?
Beyoncé, Riri, Nicki, Drizzy.
18. If you could invite five people, living or dead, to a dinner party, who would they be?
Michael Jackson, OK? You’ve got Beyoncé, all right? You’ve got Stevie Wonder, right? And then Bob Marley and Tupac. I don’t know what’s about to go down at that dinner party. It’s about to be nuts.
Yet another photoshoot of Zendaya! I’ve added gorgeous photoshoot pictures of Zendaya in high quality for Harper’s Bazaar Magazine. You can also read her interview below.
How do you think fashion impacts your public persona and how people see you?
I like to think of myself as a strong influence for young people, and I think a big thing about being young is finding out who you are, experimenting, not being afraid to try things, and not being afraid to really embrace who you are and what makes you happy. And I think fashion is a big part of that. You don’t have to care about what people think or let people determine your happiness. Do whatever the heck you want.
Describe your style in three words…
I would say, my style is pretty fearless, definitely unique but still classic.
Do you have any style icons?
Honestly, just people who like to do their own thing. For example, Eryka Badu. People who don’t really follow the rules that are set in fashion and wear whatever the heck they want because that’s their style or that’s what they create for themselves. It’s a very admirable quality.
Zendaya is a a part of Paper Magazine’s “Beautiful People” issue. I’ve added a gorgeous photoshoot picture to the gallery. You can also read her interview about her career, music, etc, below.
Congrats on the new K.C. Undercover. It’s a huge opportunity for you — you’re starring in the show, obviously, and it’s been quite the year. Tell me a little bit about it.Well it’s cool for me because not only do I get to act in it and be in front of the camera; I get to be behind the camera and produce, which is kind of a new hat I’m putting on. I’ve always wanted to do it, and I’ve always kind of paid attention to behind the scenes, but now I have a whole new respect for what goes into creating a production.Pretty much any kind of decision that is being made, they usually talk to me about it first – whether it be script changes, costumes, sets, design, whatever. I like to be involved as much as possible.Are you also in the midst of working on your new album, or have you kind of had to put that on pause while you’re shooting the show?No, I’m working on it. I usually work on it on the weekends.Can you share anything about that?Well there’s no title yet, but honestly I’m just trying to make good music that I enjoy and that I think that is a step up from the last time.