They may only play sisters on Euphoria, but if you've ever seen Sunday and Storm Reid together off-screen, you might think the two actresses were actually related. Their super close IRL bond is what gives them such good onscreen chemistry, and basically every scene featuring Rue and GIA is guaranteed to make you ugly-cry.
During an interview with Seth Meyers on Late Night in August, Storm revealed how she first met Sunday as a 9-year-old fan in a California Ben & Jerry's who nervously approached the starlet for a picture. “I've admired her my entire life,” Storm said of her onscreen big sis, and these pics of the stars together prove just how special their bond is.
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisey” alum Daniel Golfer is writer on the series, with “The Society’s” Chris Laser as showrunner and “House of Cards” vet Charles McDougall directing. This show’s look into her life, marriage and trailblazing career as she transformed the way we talk about food is an absolute delight,” said Sarah Aubrey, head of original content for HBO Max.
“Our incredible cast and formidable creative team are a recipe for success, and we couldn’t be more excited.” “We’re delighted to expand our relationship with HBO Max by teaming with our production partners at 3 Arts on ‘Julia,’ the complex and compelling story of the celebrated chef, author and TV personality who almost single-handedly invented the world of food television,” added Jocelyn Sago, Lions gate Television Group’s senior vice president. “Combining an extraordinary creative team, powerhouse cast and timely subject, the series has all the ingredients to resonate with HBO Max audiences for years to come.” “Julia” is produced by Lions gate and 3 Arts Entertainment.
Todd Schulman is a consulting producer on behalf of The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts. Apple TV+ has ordered a two-part rockeries about Oprah Winfrey from director Kevin MacDonald and executive producer Lisa Newspaper, the team behind “Whitney,” the streaming service said Thursday.
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When Sunday was announced the winner, Reid leaped impressively into the air, overcome with happiness for her friend and colleague. Recently, Sunday made history when she took home her very first Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
Reid recorded herself waiting on bated breath to see if her TV sister would take home the coveted role; even hilariously shushing her barking dog. When Sunday was announced the winner, Reid leaped impressively into the air, overcome with happiness for her friend and colleague.
In an interview with Collider, Sunday got candid about how important the relationship between GIA and Rue is on Euphoria. The Malcolm & Marie star shared that she felt that GIA is one of the sole reasons that Rue does her best to get clean.
She had spotted Sunday at a Ben and Jerry’s location in Los Angeles and completely fangirled over her. The Greatest Showman actress took to Twitter on Friday (February 9) to share her thoughts about the A Wrinkle in Time stars.
This actress, singer, dancer, and model has taken the entertainment business by storm ever since she got her big break as Rocky Blue on the Disney Channel show Shake It Up. She blew us all away as an acrobat in The Greatest Showman, won legions of fans after her stint on Dancing With The Stars, and regularly slays the fashion game at events like the annual Met Gala and the Oscars.
Luckily for you, we've gathered together a bunch of little-known things about this star's younger years to give you a bit of an insight into her background. The star told Teen Vogue that a lot of people think her name is “more fancy than it is”, hence why they try to rhyme it with “papaya”.
According to Complex, her parents, Gazebo Adam Coleman and Claire Steamer, named her after the word for “to give thanks” in the Zimbabwean Shone language. Sunday told Complex that Eugenia is the “closest person” to her and that the two regularly hang out in Los Angeles.
These days Sunday is a bona fide star living in what Observer once described as a “$1.4 million mansion”. Still, Sunday has frequently stated that she had a very happy childhood and that her humble beginnings make her appreciate her stardom that little more.
Whether you've watched Sunday soaring across the screen in The Greatest Showman or singing and dancing on Shake It Up, it's hard to imagine that she's actually a super shy person. To this day, Sunday admits that she's not exactly a social butterfly or a party girl: she told Allure that she prefers nights in with her family to going out with friends.
For example, as Refinery29 reported at the time, the star received near-universal praise for her defiant response to Giuliani Rancid's comments regarding her dreadlocks at the 2015 Oscars. At this time, Sunday and her two close friends lobbied their school principal to put on a play celebrating Black History Month.
Speaking to Complex, Sunday revealed that she watched Disney shows “a lot”, and that they ultimately inspired her to enter the acting industry herself. Like many children and young people, Sunday sadly faced more than her fair share of teasing during her school years.
Speaking to Glamour, Sunday recalled an incident in the fifth grade when she hadn't acted to stop a classmate from being bullied. The fact that Sunday caught the acting bug at a young age is in no small part thanks to her mother's career choices.
According to Glamour, while Claire Steamer's main profession was teaching, she also held a second job at the California Shakespeare Theater! Sunday would frequently accompany her mom when she went to work, and quickly found herself becoming fascinated with all things performing arts.
She admitted in an interview with Allure that she didn't understand what most of the actors were saying in the archaic Shakespeare plays, but she knew that she wanted to be in their place one day. When it became clear that Zendaya's goal was to pursue a career in performing arts, her parents decided that the best option for her education was an arts-based approach.
According to BuzzFeed, a young Sunday starred in the music video for the Kids Bop version of Katy Perry's Hot 'N Cold all the way back in 2009! Although it wasn't Sunday singing on the track, she did a great job of miming into a flashy golden microphone and dancing her heart out on-camera.
Speaking to Allure, Sunday revealed that her parents drove her to all of her auditions and always encouraged her to work hard to achieve her goals. Aside from The Greatest Showman, perhaps Zendaya's most famous screen credit is the Disney Channel show Shake It Up.
After two years of working on Shake It Up, Sunday was earning enough money to support her family, meaning her mom was able to quit her job and move to L.A. too. As Cosmopolitan notes, by this point, she'd become such a prominent Disney Channel star that she was actually able to undertake some serious negotiation regarding her role.
Undercover's run, and would have refused to take part in the show if she hadn't had a bit of extra control over it. Just like the majority of celebrities, Sunday has had to deal with a lot of speculation regarding her dating life over the years.
Even though Zendaya's career path seemed to be set in stone even from her childhood, she still took the time to get a strong education.