While no plot details have been revealed, the first film was set in the near future with Earth at war with the Kaiju, monsters that emerged from an inter-dimensional portal at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Rim: Maelstrom will start production in November in Australia and China. The film is expected to release on February 23, 2018.
For example? Did you know that Karan speaks three languages? Or that he wants to travel Europe?
Check out all the fun facts about him below!
And be sure to watch Bunk’d on Fridays @ 8PM on Disney Channel.
1. I don’t have a middle name.
2. My favorite city to visit is NYC.
3. I grew up in Seattle, WA.
4. I’m a whopping 5’3.
5. I love me some coffee.
6. I’m first generation Indian American.
7. I have an older sister Sabreena who in college right now. She’s going to Chico State.
8. When I’m older I want to backpack around Europe.
9. My favorite actor/ comedian is Aziz Ansari.
10. I speak three languages- English, Punjabi, Hindi.
Sophie Reynolds joins a bunch of her fellow Disney Channel stars for a fun group photo while attending the Just Jared Jr. presents the Disney Mix Launch Party on Friday (August 19) at The Greenhouse at Platform in Culver City, Calif.
The 17-year-old star of Disney XD’s Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything met up with her co-star Felix Avitia, in addition to Best Friends Whenever‘s Landry Bender and Gus Kamp, and more.
Paris Berelc and Karan Brar are best friends who have teamed up on the best thing ever — a #GetSchooled campaign!
The two Invisible Sister stars teamed up together and are encouraging their fans to donate to The School Fund, to help fund scholarships for a classroom of Kenyan students who otherwise would not be able to afford school.
“I know sometimes we all complain about school, but when you imagine not being able to go at all—no chance at graduation, college, having your choice of career? That’s just tragic,” Karan shared. “We can’t eliminate school fees today, but we can at least help some people stay in school for another year.”
Paris added, “It’s not fair that depending upon where you were born, some of us get to go to school, and some live on maybe a dollar or two a day, and then they are charged $150-$500 if they want to go to school. Too many have no choice but to drop out. These particular students work really hard in school. They’re smart and would excel anywhere—so long as they have scholarships and can stay in school.”
Paris and Karan are even raffling off a lunch date in Los Angeles (one supporter will be selected at random to fly out and join them for a special lunch in the city. Airfare to Los Angeles will be included for the individual winner plus a guardian or parent) and some fans who share their #GetSchooled posts will be randomly selected to receive autographed swag from The School Fund.