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BLACKPINK’s Jennie shared her thoughts on participating in the ‘Cannes International Film Festival’ at the same time as her acting debut.
On the 23rd (local time), through the fashion media “WWD”, Jennie revealed her thoughts on her acting debut in the HBO drama “THE IDOL”.
Jennie said, “I feel burdened that everything is happening at the same time, but I am grateful.” I’m honored,” he said with a heartfelt impression.
“I have admired Sam Levinson for a very long time,” said Sam Levinson, who produced and directed “The Idol.” In the same film, she explained, she had to take Sam Levinson and the music industry seriously. She also added that she “would work with Sam Levinson on everything because it’s about the (music) industry.”
Regarding the reason for appearing, he said, “I was attracted to (‘The Idol’) because it’s a work about the music industry. I thought it would be useful.” rice field.
Jennie then revealed about acting, “I didn’t really train or prepare. Sam Levinson wanted me to be who I am.” She said acting in a music video as a singer is a completely different experience than her. She “had never had[acting]experience before, so it was definitely a challenge,” she explained, adding that she was “kind of breaking down walls for myself.”
“THE IDOL” starring Jenny will feature all the hottest stars in Hollywood and Billboard, including Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose Depp, The Weeknd, and Troye Sivan. It will be premiered at the 76th Cannes Film Festival and will be aired on HBO on June 4th.