Zendaya gives fans a first glimpse of ‘Euphoria’ special


Zendaya has shared the first look at new Euphoria episodes on her Instagram account.

The actress, who plays the lead role of Rue in the HBO show, teased the upcoming bridge episodes between the first and second seasons with a new poster.

Two special episodes will be released before season two eventually begins, as production on the follow-up season was delayed in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The first, titled ‘Trouble Don’t Last Always’, will be streaming from December 6. The episode will follow Rue celebrating the festive season, and was written and directed by showrunner Sam Levinson.

Earlier this year, Zendaya had explained why Euphoria was opting for potential bridge episodes between seasons. “We’re trying to figure out how to eventually be able to create a season two that we’re all really proud of and get all the best out of it that we want, but also still being very safe,” the actress explained.

She also explained how season two was well underway before the global lockdown was enforced in March. “We were headed into season two and we had done table reads and wardrobe fittings and all kinds of things and then obviously everything happened and we got shut down, literally like two days before we were about to start the first day of shooting.”

Zac Efron, Zendaya, and Hugh Jackman Join James Corden in a Hilarious ‘Crosswalk Musical’: Watch


Broadway on Broadway! James Corden had some fun with the stars of The Greatest Showman during Thursday night’s Late Late Show. Zac Efron, Zendaya, and Hugh Jackman all joined the British host for his popular segment “Crosswalk Musical.”

As the group prepared for their performance in the streets of New York City, there was some tension between Jackman and Corden.

“I’ve always admired what James has done on the crosswalk. It’s super clear that he has a great mind for theater. I have a feeling with my input, we can really take this thing to the next level,” Jackman said before trying to offer Corden some advice.

“Look, Huge, is a very talented man,” Corden said, purposefully mispronouncing the actor’s name, “but he’s got to realize that while he might be playing ‘The Greatest Showman,’ I have to living up to the mantle of actually being ‘The Greatest Showman.’”

When they started feuding, Corden mocked the Wolverine star, joking, “Why don’t get you get your claws out, you great sissy?”

But the pair moved past their tiff, putting on the show. Despite the actors’ enthusiasm, some seemed confused by the entire concept.

“This is not the best way to do a musical, or cross the street,” a concerned Efron said. “I was skeptical at first. Definitely, still skeptical.”

Zendaya added, “That was amazing. It exceeded all of my expectations. That being said, there was a mugging going on that we did absolutely nothing about. Other than that, it was great.”

Watch the clip to see the funny sketch!

This article was originally published by: ET

Bruno Mars Seduces Zendaya In His “Versace On The Floor” Video


Bruno Mars finally rolled out the video for “Versace On The Floor” yesterday (August 13) and it was worth the wait. The visual finds our hero entering his apartment clad, naturally, in Versace. He bumps into his glamorous neighbor in the hallway — played by Zendaya — and manages to seduce her without saying a word. The 31-year-old simply sits at his piano and belts out the song, while his (future) love interest falls in love through the wall and gets her freak on alone. Don’t worry, there’s a happy ending for both of them.

The video has every chance of going viral, which should help “Versace On The Floor” become the third top 10 single from Bruno’s 24K Magic LP. The title track and “That’s What I Like” have both been certified quadruple platinum (he’s the only artist to land two in 2017), so expectations are high for this. And it’s off to a good start with the slinky ballad already racking up more than 150 million streams on Spotify. It’s also benefiting from a David Guetta remix. Watch the belated video up top.

This article was originally published by: Idolator