Sandra Oh wants to continue as Vice Principal Gupta in The Princess Diaries Part 3
, currently under development.
Entertainment Weekly Posting online Friday, the actress had a message for the film’s creative team about a potential return: “I’m ready to be queen. Call me! I’d love to see how Gupta is in the world Progress.”
Last year, The Hollywood Reporter
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in production. Anne Hathaway had 1235279769 publicly expressed She was interested in a third installment, but sources at the time said she didn’t have a deal to return to the series, hoping she would return if the new film passed the script.
as to whether Julia Andrews will 1235279769 reprise her role as Queen Clarice Rinaldi , she said in an interview last year that “it’s probably not possible.”
Although “Intern Bud
star did not confirm if anyone on the film team had contacted her, she did talk about 2001 The infamous line in the film She Learns the Queen is Coming to High School.
In the viral scene, Wu’s character confided to Hathaway’s Mia that the media went into a frenzy after leaking the news. She is a princess. As she explained what happened, she got a phone call in her office and answered, “Gupta. Um. Um. Um. Here comes the Queen.”
While Wu said she “has no idea” why the phrase became so popular on social media, the actress did recall an instance when she said it to her in public to someone from the younger generation.
“I feel like it’s like your generation gets hit at a very young age,” Oh explained. “I remember like 193058, I was walking down the streets of Chicago, and there was this young man who was at , which is not my usual demographic, this is like a straight white guy of college age. He walks past me, then runs back to me, singing Line: ‘Um. Um. Um. Here comes the Queen.'”
“I was like, ‘Who is this four-year-old frat boy?” she quipped. “He’s walking up to me, saying that line.”
As for Princess Diaries 3
, Most details have been kept under wraps. But Adrita Mukherjee has been tapped to write the script for the new film, which sources say will be a continuation of the first two films rather than a reboot. Franchise veteran Debra Martin Chase is also returning to produce, with Melissa Stark executive producing. 193058