Zendaya confesses what he assumed rolling a scene from Euphoria by which he still has scars

Zendaya has explained in an interview the challenge that she supposed for her record one of the most difficult scenes of Euphoria. She can be seen in the fift

Zendaya confesses what he assumed rolling a scene from Euphoria by which he still has scars

Zendaya has explained in an interview the challenge that she supposed for her record one of the most difficult scenes of Euphoria. She can be seen in the fifth episode of the second season of the series, a delivery that premiered in HBO Max on Monday, February 7.

The actress who gives life to Rue in the drama spoke with Entertainment Weekly and confessed: "It was a very hard day, I mean, I hit myself. I still have some scars on my legs and some brunette." Spoilers below!

The chapter opens with a strong discussion of the protagonist with his mother, Leslie (Nika King), who has learned that his daughter still keeps consuming drugs. The young woman denies it and says she only takes marijuana. She ends up facing her sister, Gia (Storm Reid), until she discovers that who has betrayed her is Jules (Hunter Schafer).

Rue loses control in a very violent scene, with screaming, tears and moments of high tension. She gets breaking a door and destroying part of her's house while she tries to look for her suitcase with her pills. She later she meets Jules and Elliot (Dominic Fitch) in her home and discovers that she is doing an intervention.

"It is Rue simply destroying his life, caught fire and knocking down everything to basically reach what he feels like the Fund," Zendaya said. The character of her is spent most of the chapter fleeing from her, since she escapes from her mother's car when she tries to take her to the hospital and later tries to mislead the police in a trembling persecution.

"It was so intense and scary of approaching and, obviously, something incredibly exhausting emotionally, but also physically, I worry about Rue and I hate when you are suffering. I think that in all this episode there is a lot of pain and it is coming to the surface. This is also He crosses with his abstinence syndrome, which is extremely physically painful, "explained the interpreter.

The D.A.R.E program, which focuses on preventive education against drug use in the United States, has issued a statement against the second season of Euphoria. In it they accuse the fiction of "glorify and erroneously represent the use of drugs, addiction, anonymous sex, violence and other destructive behaviors."

Zendaya answered these criticisms by saying that the series "is not a moral story to teach people how to live their lives or what they should be doing." The actress said she expects production to help people feel less alone with their experiences and pain: "Maybe they feel that they are not the only ones who are dealing with what they are dealing with."

Date Of Update: 09 February 2022, 10:11

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