Blackpink’s Jennie made her Hollywood acting presentation with her appearance in the trailer for the HBO show series “The Idol.” Flicker and you could possibly miss her, in any case; Jennie shows up in the trailer at the 00:28, 00:34 and 00:59 second timestamps. 바카라사이트
Captaining the show is “Elation” maker Sam Levinson. Featuring vocalist The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye) and Lilly-Rose Depp, “The Idol” follows Depp as a wannabe pop vocalist who starts a convoluted close connection with a Los Angeles club proprietor, played by Tesfaye, who is furtively a clique chief. The series’ trailer is overwhelmed by scenes of debaucherous parties, cocaine consumption, Hollywood houses and a voice hollering “More, more, more, blow out!” 슬롯사이트
Joining Tesfaye and Depp are Troye Sivan, Steve Zissis and Debbie Ryan as series regulars and Melanie Liburd, Tunde Adebimpe, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren, Nico Hiraga and Anne Heche in repeating jobs. While YG Entertainment has made no authority declaration about Jennie’s contribution, it appears she is something other than an appearance as she shows up in different scenes in the trailer, implying that hers could be a common job.
The series has previously confronted some hindrances in its creation. Last April, Variety detailed that chief Amy Seimetz left her situation after six episodes had finished creation. Moreover, the cast and group were rearranged, with HBO telling Variety: “The Idol’s inventive group keeps on building, refine, and develop their vision for the show and they have adjusted on another innovative heading. The creation will change its cast and group accordingly to best serve this new way to deal with the series. We anticipate sharing more data soon.” 안전놀이터
No authority delivery date has been declared for the show, however Deadline revealed that HBO at first arranged seven episodes as of April with no further updates as of now. 슬롯게임
This will be Jennie’s most memorable Hollywood acting job and one more achievement to add to her rundown of achievements. Her trailer appearance concurs with Blackpink’s new declaration of their reality visit and August collection, which OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder allegedly added to. The K-pop group of four is likewise scheduled to have their very first virtual show in association with “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile” later this July. They additionally stood out as truly newsworthy last week for their Rolling Stone Korea interview where the essayist portrayed Thai part Lisa as “fascinating” and guaranteed Jisoo isn’t the gathering’s “generally capable” part.