Speaking with Vogue, Ross opened up more about the film and working with Olivia Holt on the project.
“What was so great about that film was that we had a great script, but on set we really had the freedom to improvise,” he shares. “I like to go off the other actors in the scene, which kind of stinks when you’re acting with someone who’s not that great.”
Ross adds, “But when you have people like Olivia Holt and Markian Tarasiuk, they’re really great actors and we really feed off one another. That’s the kind of acting I love, because you’re just 100 percent in that moment.”
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In fact, showrunner Marlene King said she wants to return to that world “at some point in time,” according to THR.
“Rosewood goes on, there’s always more to say,” Sasha Pieterse teased.
Shay Mitchell added, “Sex and the City had two movies, so you never say never, right? It would absolutely be nice to see the PLLs again in five years, but I’ll be catching up with them sooner than that. ”
“We joke around about it being like SATC, ‘Let’s just put the PLLs in Dubai and see what happens!’ But, how would you bring them back together?” Troian Bellisario said. “Once this mystery is done, it all depends on what the story would be. Would it just be about what they’re doing in life and if that were the case, some time would have to pass and it would be very different.”
Ross Lynch‘s intense new movie role had an impact on his real life.
The 21-year-old actor/singer plays a serial killer in My Friend Dahmer, which is obviously a huge departure from his work on Disney Channel’s Austin & Ally.
“When I was doing the majority of the Disney stuff, I was always thinking, ‘What’s next?,’ because Disney is not forever,” Ross told Variety. “Although it was a great time and I learned extraordinary things, I knew there had to be something [else]. I didn’t want to go off the rails and started partying. When Dahmer came along, it was the perfect opportunity to really immerse myself in that role and hint at what I’d like to do in the future.”
He added, “The most I felt the role had affected me was when I got home. I realized how much was lingering. I was anti-social for a second. Generally, I’m a happy person.”
In case you missed it, Ross also recently revealed that he could return to Disney some day.