- Julie Andrews is putting any misunderstandings about her participation in the third Princess Diaries movie to rest.
- Julie stated, “I think we know this is probably not going to be possible,” in an interview with Connect Hollywood.
- I also don’t know where it would run or float,” she added. I’m starting to wonder if we will actually carry it out.
Julie Andrews is clearing up any confusion regarding her involvement in the third Princess Diaries film. In the first two films, the actor portrays Queen Clarisse Renaldi, Anne Hathaway’s Mia Thermopolis’s grandmother.
Since it was revealed that the 3rd project was in the initial stages of development, the Sound of Music actor has responded to questions about her comeback.
In an interview with Connect Hollywood, Julie said, “I think we know this is probably not going to be possible.”
How long has it been since The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement’s release, when it was briefly discussed? Furthermore, Annie, the princess—or queen—is considerably older than I am.
Additionally, I have no idea where it would float or run, she continued. As for us carrying it out, I now have my doubts.
Garry Marshall’s 2001 release of The Princess Diaries was its first instalment. The teenager from San Francisco, California, Mia Thermopolis, played by Anne, discovers she is the heir apparent to the fictional European state of Genovia.
Mia is the focal point of the coming-of-age comedy based on the well-known Meg Cabot series. The sequel to the first movie, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, was released in 2004. In this sequel, Julie and Anne both made a comeback.
Aadrita Mukerji is composing a script for a fresh episode of Princess Diaries for Disney, it was revealed a month earlier.
According to sources, the film is not being marketed as a reboot but as a continuation of the existing film series.
In addition to stating her support for the 3rd movie, Anne has stated she would be thrilled to return for a fourth Princess Diaries movie if Julie were to join her.