While twins Cole and Dylan Sprouse grew up in the spotlight as the devious duo in Disney’s “The Sweet Life of Zack and Cody,” Cole says that they’ve grown out of the “kitschy twin thing” that they were known for when they were younger.
“I think it’s a little embarrassing when people do that at my age,” Sprouse told Variety during an interview for the Power of Young Hollywood issue. “Twins reach an age where they either choose to be fully-formed individuals or they choose to become ‘The Shining’ twins, which is really terrifying and I’m just glad my brother and I missed whatever fork in the road that was.”
The “Riverdale” actor also spoke about the toxicity of social media saying, “the internet rewards extremes which is bound to have adverse effects.”
Stephan James discussed diversity in Hollywood, life lessons he’s picked up in his acting career and his Toronto roots for Variety‘s Power of Young Hollywood. “I want to look around and see a thousand black leading young men, guys like me who are doing it every day.,” said James. “I’m proud to be a part [...]
For Variety‘s Power of Young Hollywood issue, Grammy-nominated singer Camila Cabello sat down to talk about her childhood idols such as Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran, the lessons she’s learned since rising to fame with Fifth Harmony (and eventually leaving to pursue her solo career in 2016) and — of course — her latest duet [...]
While twins Cole and Dylan Sprouse grew up in the spotlight as the devious duo in Disney’s “The Sweet Life of Zack and Cody,” Cole says that they’ve grown out of the “kitschy twin thing” that they were known for when they were younger. “I think it’s a little embarrassing when people do that at [...]
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Rian Johnson’s massive cast from the beloved TIFF movie “Knives Out” gathered together to spill the details on which whodunnit star murdered Christopher Plummer’s character at Variety’s Toronto International Film Festival presented by AT&T. Chris Evans, Katherine Langford, Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis and Toni Collette all have their suspicions. Read our full review from […]