Why Zendaya Is Looking Forward to Filming ‘Euphoria’ Season 2

"And, literally, three or four days before that, they were shut down. "We were supposed to go back to work, I believe, on March 16," Zendaya said. I was like, 'I was so close.' We did camera tests and hair and makeup tests, and we got to see everybody and we had the sets were built."
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In an interview for Variety's Actors on Actors issue, Zendaya talked to "Pose" actress Mj Rodriguez about wanting to return to play Rue, the introverted high school teenager at the center of "Euphoria."
Hopefully, I get to get back into my Chucks and do it again." "And so that’s all I want to continue to do, to show the human side of what addiction does to a person. "I think all we ever wanted was for people to feel seen through our work," she said. Zendaya said that playing Rue has been a career high point for her.
I'm very lucky to be safe and healthy and still know that I have a job, 'Euphoria,' that will be there." But of course, this has all happened and I'm just grateful that I'm in the position I'm in. I can't complain. Zendaya continued, "I mean the scripts were written and I was just so excited — just to go back home is really what it feels like.
"Euphoria," the critically acclaimed HBO drama starring Zendaya, was meant to start shooting its second season in March. But due to the coronavirus, production has been put on hold for now.

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