Our Slaylebrity lady Zendaya — talent incarnate, star of The Greatest Showman, and former Bella Thorne collaborator — appears in Vanity Fair’s 2018 Hollywood portfolio, right alongside some of the biggest actors in the world. Literally, Oprah Winfrey is in this spread. Oh, and Nicole Kidman. And Robert De Niro and Jessica Chastain.

Zendaya is an outlier, if only because of her age. The actress, née Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman, is 21 years old. She’s been a part of the zeitgeist really since 2010, when she was cast in Disney Channel’s Shake It Up. (Bella Thorne also starred.) She went on to star in her own series K.C. Undercover in 2015, and now she’s here, a movie star with two major films under her belt. This year, she starred in Spider-Man: Homecoming as M.J. She also starred in The Greatest Showman, a circus musical that currently has an album at the top of the charts.

The truth is, Zendaya is a superstar, and it’s time we acknowledged her power. She’s Gen Z, a part of the new forward-thinking generation. She loves social media. She’s fearless in fashion. And, she was really good in Spider-Man: Homecoming. (Don’t worry, she’s going to appear in the sequel.) On top of all that, she’s invested in being a role model for future generations.

“I’ve had the luxury of watching people do this before me, and I realize that [being a role model] is actually a huge part of the job,” she told InStyle in November. “You sign up for that. You’re being watched. You can choose to accept that and appreciate it, or you can choose not to. That’s 100 percent your choice. I choose to acknowledge it.”

By Refinery 29

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Sony Wins Rights to Zendaya’s Thriller ‘A White Lie’

Sony’s TriStar Pictures has won the worldwide rights to the psychological thriller “A White Lie,” produced by and starring Zendaya as the first African-American woman to graduate from Vassar College The project is based on Karin Tanabe’s novel “The Gilded Years.” Hello Sunshine’s Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Levy Neustadter will produce the project with Zendaya. Monica Beletsky (“Fargo,” “The Leftovers”) is writing the script. “The Gilded Years” told the true story of Anita Hemmings, a light-skinned, African-American woman who was the descendant of slaves and passed as white so she could attend Vassar during the 1890s. She’s pulled into the elite world, where she’s treated as a wealthy, educated white woman who finds romance with a moneyed Harvard student. “Monica, Zendaya, Lauren, and Reese have developed a bold and original approach to Anita’s story that explores complex and timely themes in a way that is sure to thrill audiences,” said Hannah Minghella, president of TriStar Pictures. Minghella and Nicole Brown will oversee the project for TriStar Pictures. Zendaya starred opposite Tom Holland in Sony’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and as trapeze artist Anne Wheeler, with Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron, in Fox’s “The Greatest Showman.” Zendaya is represented by CAA, Monster Talent, and Bill Skrzyniarz of Skrzyniarz & Mallean. Hello Sunshine is represented by CAA and attorney Gretchen Rush of Hansen Jacobson. Tanabe is represented by Bridget Wagner Matzie at Aevitas Creative Management. Beletsky is represented by CAA and Tara Kole of Gang Tyre Ramer & Brown.

Source: By Variety

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