Published: Thu, January 23, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Sophie Turner wishes to play Miranda in 'Lizzie McGuire' reboot

Sophie Turner wishes to play Miranda in 'Lizzie McGuire' reboot

As a long-time Lizzie McGuire fan, and a big big BIG fan of both Miranda and Lalaine, I'm pulling for our OG girl to refill those shoes and give us the closure we've been needing for decades.

The Lizzie McGuire reboot is expected out on Disney+ later this year.

Sophie took to Instagram to also announce that she is up for playing a role in the series and also revealed the name of her character.

Why Sophie Turner is 100% willing. And Turner has a plan to recover the show. "I'm obviously devastated like the rest of us", Turner mumbled in a series of Instagram Stories.

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When Disney+ first launched, Turner shared she was rewatching the iconic Disney Channel series.

Actors Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine and Jake Thomas, who played Lizzie's family, are also set to return. But after the two episodes were shot down, Disney pulled the brakes.

The new show will follow 30-year-old Lizzie living in NY and working as an apprentice to an interior decorator, with fellow stars of the original show Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine, and Jake Thomas returning as Lizzie's family, alongside Adam Lamberg as her other best pal, Gordo. "Lizzie McGuire staff, please call me", he concluded. News after the show was announced.

Hilary Duff premieres on Instagram the long hair with which we imagine the imminent Lizzie McGuire. "I think there is a lot of pressure to please the fans who are so stubborn, which I love so much, and I have similar strong opinions about where people ended up, what brought her to NY, who is still in her life and who is not, her job, her personal journey, "she said".

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