In the behind-the-scenes look, Sofia, Sabrina and co-star Kevin Quinn, dish about all the moments they shared behind the camera and revealed more scenes from the flick.
In flick follows two competing babysitters Jenny (Carpenter) and Lola (Carson), who turn into allies as they go on the hunt in the big city for one of their kids who somehow snuck away. It is a comedic, heartfelt story that the entire family can enjoy together.
The two Descendants stars will join author Melissa de la Cruz at the book signing for “Return To The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel” on Tuesday, May 24th in Glendale, Calif.
Sofia, who plays Evie and Cameron, who plays Carlos, will stop by Barnes & Noble at the Americana with Melissa to greet fans, read from the novel and maybe even sign a few copies of the book.
Just a few rules for attendees: This is a wristband event. Wristbands will be distributed starting at 9AM THAT DAY, May 24th. Only one (1) wristband per book, which you must already have. Seating for the reading is limited. No personalization. Photos from the line only.
To celebrate 100 Disney Channel Original Movies, they’re releasing DCOM 100: Your Favorite Songs from 100 Disney Channel Original Movies soundtrack, which features a ton of our fave songs from Lemonade Mouth, Teen Beach Movie, High School Musical 2 and more!
Sofia Carson hits the red carpet with Martina Stoessel and Jorge Blanco for the premiere of Tini: El gran cambio de Violetta held at Cinepolis Plaza Carso on Wednesday night (May 18) in Mexico City, Mexico.
The 23-year-old singer and actress plays Melanie in the film, which is out in Europe now.
Sofia Carson shines on the Summer 2016 cover of Girl’s Life magazine.
The 23-year-old Descendants actress and “Love Is The Name” singer chats about her music, education and that one time she met Hilary Duff. Check it:
On meeting Hilary Duff: “I had just come from the airport after shooting in South Africa. I looked crazy. No makeup, messy hair, sweatpants. But my sister Paulina was like, ‘Sofia, if you don’t go up to her and talk to her, I’ll never speak to you again.’ I was definitely fangirling a little. All I managed to say was, ‘Hi, sorry to bother you, but I just finished shooting A CinderellaStory,’ but she was so sweet. She was like, ‘What?! That is so cool!’”
On one particular song on her album: “I wrote it when I first moved to Los Angeles for college. I just sat down and this ballad came out. It’s my absolute favorite song to sing. The day that I get to perform that one live, I can die happy.”
On her education: “I was kind of a nerd when I was younger, always studying or at dance practice. I knew I wanted to be a singer and actress, but it was never a question of whether I was going to go to college or not. I’ve had to take time off, but there’s nothing like having an education and a degree. Nobody can ever take that away from you. I’m very lucky to be able to get to do everything that I love—and I have to thank my parents for their support through it all.”
FYI: For the carpet, Olivia wore an Alexis top and shorts, Jerome C. Rousseau heels, Melissa Kaye Jewelry earrings, and rings from Anna Beck Designs, Sylva & Cie and Ruifier. For her performance, Olivia wore an Elisabetta Franchi top, Zara shorts, Stuart Weitzman shoes, Graziela Gems earrings and rings from Melissa Kaye Jewelry and Katz Meows. Jordan wore a Cult of Individuality t-shirt and a Triton necklace.