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Raven Symone Would Absolutely 100% Return For 'Princess Diaries 3'

Raven Symone Would Absolutely 100% Return For 'Princess Diaries 3'

If you remember, Raven Symone was actually in The Princess Diaries!

The actress and producer starred as Princess Asana in the second film, and got to perform with Julie Andrews during Princess Mia’s slumber bachelorette party.

During an interview with Buzzfeed, Raven confirmed that she would 100% return for another movie.

“Do I get to sing with Julie Andrews again?! Yeah I’m going back on Princess Diaries 3!” she said.

Raven adds, “If I get to sing with Julie Andrews again that would be awesome! I mean I’m a Mary Poppins fan, so, that’s just heaven for me.”

Yep, we’re all ready for this new movie to happen!

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'Princess Diaries' Author Reveals Reason Why Mia's Dad Wasn't In The Movies At All

'Princess Diaries' Author Reveals Reason Why Mia's Dad Wasn't In The Movies At All

If you’ve read “The Princess Diaries” books, you know full and well that Mia’s dad, Artur Christoff Phillipe Gerard Grimaldi Renaldi, is alive.

In fact, he’s alive for the entire series — but not in the films, and the reason for that is all because of Julie Andrews.

Author Meg Cabot spoke to EW about her most famous book series and how it came to be that Phillipe was killed off in the movies.

“He plays a big role in the books…I was like, ‘Oh, oh, my God, what did he do?’ [Laughs] I forgot it was Disney and they always kill all the fathers in like every movie [laughs].”

But that wasn’t the reason they did it at all: “They said, ‘Well, we have this actress, who’s a really big actress, that we want to play the grandmother. And we wanna make her role much bigger, and kinda raise the stakes, and give her a lot more lines, and we think we can give her a lotta the dad—the dad lines,’” Meg shares.

After asking who it was and the actress being JulieMeg possibly had the reaction we all would.

“I was like, ‘Oh my God, kill the dad.’ [Laughs] I was like, it’s Julie Andrews, sure.”

Meg continues, “She is just so—such a nice, fun person, and great to be around. And, I mean, I think they tried to make her as horrible as they could, but it’s Julie Andrews.”

'Princess Diaries' Author Meg Cabot Would Love To Have A Broadway Musical!

'Princess Diaries' Author Meg Cabot Would Love To Have A Broadway Musical!

The Princess Diaries is possibly one of the best movies, and best book series out there, so a Broadway Musical isn’t out of the question right?

That’s what author Meg Cabot is hoping for one day.

“The one thing I’m really hoping for is a musical, so I hope we have a Broadway musical,” she told EW in a recent interview.

“Obviously, somebody has to write the music and lyrics, and I’m not gonna do that because that’s not where my talents lie,” Meg laughs. “So I’m just keeping my fingers crossed that some day we’re gonna get one of those. That would be so fun.”

TELL JJJ: Would you want to see a Princess Diaries musical?

Anne Hathaway Clearly Knows How To Celebrate 'The Princess Diaries' 15th Anniversary

Anne Hathaway Clearly Knows How To Celebrate 'The Princess Diaries' 15th Anniversary

'The Princess Diaries' 3 Movie Is NOT Happening After All

'The Princess Diaries' 3 Movie Is NOT Happening After All

Well, this news just spoiled our day. Looks like that third The Princess Diaries movie isn’t happening after all.

Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that Disney will not be making a sequel with Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews or a reboot, despite the rumors arising.

However, don’t forget about the newest installment in the book series!

“The Princess Diaries: Royal Wedding” from author Meg Cabot is out NOW and it’s a must read!

In the book, Princess Mia’s planned nuptials to longtime love Michael Moscovitz are in jeopardy when the paparazzi uncover a startling secret: Mia has a long lost younger sister. Now a scheming politico is using the royal scandal to force Mia’s father from the throne, leaving Genovia without a monarch . . . unless Mia can prove to everyone—especially herself—that she’s finally fit to rule.

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