Her captivating performance as Mara in Steven Spielberg’s musical “West Side Story” earned her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. With her debut, Rachel Anne Zegler had a significant impact on the industry, which helped her Hollywood career to soar. The New Jersey native subsequently capitalised on the momentum of her career and landed the role of Anthea in the blockbuster movie “Shazam! Fury of the Gods.”
Rachel had starred in musicals like “Beauty and the Beast” as Belle, “The Little Mermaid” as Ariel, “42nd Street” as Dorothy Brock, and “Shrek the Musical” as Princess Fiona before being discovered on the big screen. She received Metro Award nominations for Actress in a Leading Role for her outstanding performances in all four musicals. Our viewers are likely to be intrigued by her engrossing and diversified acting roles in the future. Here are all of Rachel Zegler’s future films and television programmes.
Paddington in Peru (TBA)
The British live-action animation film “Paddington in Peru” was directed by Dougal Wilson and is based on the stories of Paddington Bear by Michael Bond. It is a prequel to the 2017 comedy “Paddington 2.” The title of the film implies that the main character would return to Peru, where he grew up with his aunt and uncle, even if the storyline is being kept a secret.
Along with a number of other brilliant cast members, including Hugh Bonneville, Emily Mortimer, Julie Walters, and Jim Broadbent, Rachel will play the part of Gina Cabot in the movie. Ben Whishaw also provides Paddington Brown with a voice. Despite the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, the movie’s filming began as scheduled in July 2023. We may anticipate it to be launched some time in late 2024 or early 2025 even though no official release date has been set and if the development goes on as planned.
Snow White (2024)
Rachel, who has previously made an impression in one musical film, appears in “Snow White,” a live-action musical adaptation of the 1937 animated picture “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” which is based on the Brothers Grimm’s 1812 fairy tale of the same name. The central character of Marc Webb’s musical fantasy film is a young woman who falls victim to the Evil Queen’s cruel spell. Due to the absence of the “seven dwarfs” and the addition of the title character’s new love interest, it departs from the traditional “Snow White” plot.
Rachel will perform on the big screen once more, but this time she’ll be portraying Snow White in the Disney film. She shares the screen with Gal Gadot, Colin Michael Carmichael, Ansu Kabia, Martin Klebba, Andrew Burnap, and others. ‘Snow White’ is supposed to be published on March 22, 2024, however recent sources indicate that the release may be delayed as a result of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
In the upcoming animated musical film “Spellbound” on Apple TV+, Rachel’s lovely voice from “West Side Story” will also be heard as Princess Ellian. The Vicky Jenson-directed film, which is set in the fantastical realm of Lumbria, centres on Princess Ellian, a young woman who is left to rule her kingdom alone after a terrible curse turns her parents into monsters. In order to free her family and nation, she must now set out on a perilous mission despite having the strength and capacity to break the curse. The voice cast for the movie also includes Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem, John Lithgow, Jenifer Lewis, and others in addition to Rachel. The animated movie will undoubtedly be released in 2024, but the precise date has not yet been disclosed.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes (2023)
The science fiction film “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes,” which is based on Suzanne Collins’ 2020 novel “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” will be the next project in which Rachel will play a prominent role. The narrative centres on a young Coriolanus Snow and his path that makes him the oppressive ruler of Panem in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the fifth part in the film series and a prequel to the 2012 movie “The Hunger Games.”
Regarding her part in the dystopian movie, Rachel plays Lucy Grey Baird, a young lady from District 12 who is a part of the travelling band Covey. Her character develops a relationship with the young Coriolanus, which elevates her part above that of the majority of the other cast members. The official release date for the Francis Lawrence-directed film is November 17, 2023.
In her debut R-rated movie, ‘Y2K,’ directed by Kyle Mooney and starring Jaeden Martell, Julian Dennison, Lachlan Watson, and Mason Gooding, Rachel will appear alongside these actors and more. Two unpopular high school students plan to crash the last significant party before the turn of the millennium on New Year’s Eve 1999, and the story follows their decision. However, as soon as the clock strikes midnight, the night’s events surpass their expectations. The identity of Rachel’s character is not yet known. It will probably be released in 2024 because the filming appeared to be finished before the summer of 2023.
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