Ariana Grande Updates: Artist Ariana Grande is going to the big screen! Isn’t that great news??!! The pop star was simply reported to play famous great witch Glinda in a film transformation of ‘wicked’!
Ariana Grande is 28 years of age, and was passionate subsequent to discovering she will star in another Wicked film variation! The Grammy champ is set to play Glinda the Good Witch in the film adaptation of the notorious broadway melodic, which is being delivered by Universal Studios.
Ariana had put her hands over her face as she sat before an Apple MacBook, probably on a video call with chief Jon Chu who conveyed the news. By saying THANKS HEAVENS she captioned the picture which she posted on Thursday, November 4, adding a heart emoticon with a bolt through it and labels for Jon, co-star Cynthia Erivo who will play Elphabater Wicked Witch of the West— and the actual picture
In the photograph singer, Ariana Grande additionally showed a picture of an exquisite pink rose bouquet from her new and lovely co-star Cynthia. She said that PINK GOES GOOD WITH GREEN a statement read, following a message from The Outsider entertainer. Pink alludes to the person Glinda, played by ARIANA GRANDE while green is the marked shade of ELPHABA.
What Ariana Grande Shared About the Movie?
The message read saying that Congrats Miss A( referring to Ariana), the part was actually made for her— he anticipates offering this melodic excursion to her Love, Cynthia.
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Fans are already excited about the upcoming movie, as Ariana Grande is setting foot on the big screen.
This movie is a prequel to the notable Wizard Of Oz, which follows the story preceding Dorothy’s appearance.
Broadway legends Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth separately played Elphaba and Glinda in the exceptionally fruitful unique run, which started back in 2003. A movie adaptation has been in talks for quite a while, with Crazy Rich Asians chief Jon Chu coming on board in February.
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