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Sofia Carson Is Hesistant About Doing More 'Descendants' Without Cameron Boyce, Too

Sofia Carson Is Hesistant About Doing More 'Descendants' Without Cameron Boyce, Too

Much like Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson is also a little hesistant about doing another Descendants movie without Cameron Boyce.

Speaking to ET at the 2019 Latin Grammys this week, the 26-year-old actress and singer stopped to talk about the possibilities.

“The Descendants franchise changed all of our lives. I don’t think any of us can imagine it without Cameron [Boyce],” she shared. “Who knows what the future holds.”

However, that doesn’t mean she’d say no to anything that came up.

“I love Evie,” Sofia added, making it clear that if another possibility arose, she’d love to hear about it.

Cameron Boyce's Family - Sister Maya, & Parents Victor & Libby - Honored at Heller Awards 2019

Cameron Boyce's Family - Sister Maya, & Parents Victor & Libby - Honored at Heller Awards 2019

Cameron Boyce‘s family pose for a picture on the red carpet at the 2019 Heller Awards held at Taglyan Complex on Thursday night (November 7) in Los Angeles.

The late Descendants actor’s parents, Victor and Libby, and sister Maya, represented the Cameron Boyce Foundation, which was honored with the Impact Award.

In memory of Cameron, the organization provides young people with creative outlets to support the causes he was passionate about, including ending gun violence, providing clean water and advocacy for epilepsy awareness.

One of Cameron‘s best friends and co-stars, Booboo Stewart, was also at the event.

The Heller Awards are presented to distinguished individuals for excellence in the talent industry – managers, talent agents, and casting directors

10+ pics inside of Cameron Boyce‘s family at the 2019 Heller Awards

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Dove Cameron Doesn't Want To Do Another 'Descendants' Without Cameron Boyce

Dove Cameron Doesn't Want To Do Another 'Descendants' Without Cameron Boyce

Dove Cameron is opening up about the future of the Descendants franchise.

While speaking with ET about her new music, the 23-year-old actress and singer opened up about the possibility of doing more projects within the franchise.

While she’s very excited about the potential for more stories, Dove doesn’t love the idea that Cameron Boyce isn’t there.

“I don’t love the idea of doing it without Cameron, I don’t know what the plot would be and I don’t know what it would look like,” she shared. “But I also love the franchise and I love [director] Kenny [Ortega], and I love Disney and I love that cast. I loved that time in my life.”

With or without her, Dove is looking forward to the next installments, whatever they might be.

Cameron passed away after an epileptic seizure this past July.

New 'Descendants' Halloween Short Features Brand New Song 'Keep Your Head On Halloween'

New 'Descendants' Halloween Short Features Brand New Song 'Keep Your Head On Halloween'

The Descendants crew are back in a new Halloween themed short!

The core four – Cameron Boyce, Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson, and Booboo Stewart – all return in doll form, along with China Anne McClain‘s Uma and Sarah Jeffery‘s Audrey.

In the short, Mal, Evie, Jay and Carlos wander into some wicked woods and get spooked by Uma and Audrey. A headless horseman then comes in the mix and scares them all.

Also included in the short is a brand new song by the cast – “Keep Your Head On Halloween”!

Descendants Cast – ‘Keep Your Head On Halloween’

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Dove Cameron Opens Up About Watching 'Descendants 3' Following Cameron Boyce's Death

Dove Cameron Opens Up About Watching 'Descendants 3' Following Cameron Boyce's Death

The first time Dove Cameron watched Descendants 3, she was wrecked.

The 23-year-old actress opened up about watching the final film of the franchise with her best friend, which happened after Cameron Boyce, who played Carlos in the movies, had passed away.

“I watched it [Descendants 3] for the first time with my best friend, who’s not in the film, and was ruined,” she shared with Yahoo in a new interview. “In light of recent events and in light of it being the last one, and having no premiere, and things like that, my best friend was like, ‘You know, what we’re doing today? You’re going to put on all of your Descendants merch, we’re going to get out your crown, and we’re going to cry and make brownies. And we had a marathon, and I was wrecked. I wrote for ages and mourned the loss of it so much.”

Dove revealed that after watching it in private with her BFF, she also screened it with Booboo Stewart, who plays Jay.

“We kind of looked at each other and were like, ‘Oh, that wasn’t as hard as I thought it was going to be,” she says. “It feels like Cameron is still here, when you watch it. It wasn’t as painful as we thought … We’ve all been around each other so much more recently than we usually are than when we’re not doing the films. I think it’s felt quite healthy, quite like, everything’s still kind of the same. It’s not. But if we can kind of feel like it is.”

Dove also had some words of advice for fans who are mourning Cameron‘s death still.

“The things that we feel closest to are the things that we feel most seen by sometimes,” she shared. “I know I was that kind of kid, I grew up definitely like, music was my best friend … And for me, music was something I felt close to, something I felt like I knew, a language that I spoke … And I think a lot of people feel that way about characters that they fall in love with.

“They’re like, this is my person, I feel represented by them. I feel like they’re very real to me. And I can understand that.

She continued, “The beautiful thing about things that are created to entertain us and make us feel seen is that they exist actually mostly in our minds, even though we’re watching something or reading something, really the relationship we have with it is in our mind and so the beautiful thing about that is it becomes yours. And so even though these movies might not be happening anymore, those characters are yours, and they’re real to you. And so they can live forever in you.”

BRB, we’re going to binge watch Descendants and cry some more.

Skai Jackson Says It's Not Hard To Continue Cameron Boyce's Legacy

Skai Jackson Says It's Not Hard To Continue Cameron Boyce's Legacy

Skai Jackson holds up her book, “Reach For The Skai: How to Inspire, Empower, and Clapback”, while making an appearance at Build Series on Tuesday (October 1) in New York City.

The 17-year-old actress and now author talked about the decision to write a memoir at a young age, how she got started in acting, and talked about her late friend and co-star Cameron Boyce.

“I’m so grateful I had that time [with him on Jessie], it was five years, a crazy five years,” Skai said on the show. “It was the best thing ever. I got to spend every single day with him, so it was like having a brother, and everyone else included. He was just such a ray of sunshine anytime he came into the room. Anywhere he would go, he would just cheer you up. He was such a lovable person. I’m just so grateful I got to spend those years with him, for sure.”

Skai also talked about keeping his legacy going.

“That was one thing that his family wanted to keep, that we just continue his legacy,” she added. “Which isn’t hard to do, and not a pressured thing. It was just something we really want to do. And The Cameron Boyce Foundation, you can donate to that. And he has a clothing line he was actually going to put out himself, and they dropped some things on that, which is really exciting. We just want to keep his inspiration, everything he wanted to do, and put it out into the world.”

You can now purchase Skai Jackson‘s brand new book “Reach For The Skai: How to Inspire, Empower, and Clapback”, anywhere books are sold!

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Karan Brar & Sophie Reynolds Present Cameron Boyce Pioneering Spirit Award at Thirst Gala 2019

Karan Brar & Sophie Reynolds Present Cameron Boyce Pioneering Spirit Award at Thirst Gala 2019

Karan Brar and Sophie Reynolds helped honor their late friend Cameron Boyce at the 2019 Thirst Gala!

The duo, who were Cameron‘s closest friends and roommates, took the stage at the ceremony on Saturday night (September 28) at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

During the ceremony, Karan and Sophie presented the inaugural Cameron Boyce Pioneering Spirit Award, which honors those who have used their platform to help provide clean drinking water to people around the world.

Cameron was previously given the Spirit Award and it has now been renamed in his memory.

Karan and Sophie presented this year’s award to YouTuber Craig Thompson, who has raised more than $155,000 to build freshwater wells in Kingdom of eSwatini.

Other attendees at the event included Laura Marano, Monique Coleman, Wyatt Oleff, Jillian Rose Reed, Casey Simpson, Luke Benward and Drake Bell.

For more information about The Thirst Project, visit their official website.

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