HBO Kicks Off ‘Succession’ Season 3 In “Full Beast” Mode At Natural History Museum; Content Chief Casey Bloys Glad “To Be Introducing Old-School HBO Premiere”

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Deadline 13 October, 2021 - 12:05am

By Sam Joseph Semon For Dailymail.com

Zendaya spoke about the development of her views on style during a recent interview with InStyle.

The 25-year-old actress discussed various aspects of her past with regard to her sense of dress in the sit-down and told the media outlet numerous anecdotes from her past.

At one point during the interview, the Dune actress spoke about how she put together an outfit comprised of clothing that was entirely purchased from the retail store. 

Keeping it real: Zendaya reminisced about wearing clothing from Target at her first movie premiere during a recent interview with InStyle; she is seen at the 71st Emmy Awards in 2019

Feeling good: The Dune actress pointed out that, during the premiere event,  'I thought I was fly. I felt cool'; she is pictured in 2010 though it is unclear if this was the actual outfit she was talking about but it is the first red carpet event where she was pictured

'When I was 14 and at my first movie premiere, my outfit was a bunch of stuff that I had from Target. And I thought I was fly. I felt cool,' she said.

Zendaya also pointed out that she took her time at the event as a learning experience and still remembers what she learned at the function.

'To this day, I think that's really all that matters. Then you know you're doing the right thing,' she expressed.

The Euphoria star did note, however, that she does put time and effort into her red carpet appearance and figuring out what movements work with her clothing.  

Interesting approach: During the sit-down, Zendaya expressed that she thought of red carpet events as prominent ways to show off new 'characters and narratives'; she is pictured in 2019

'When I put on an outfit, I will occasionally look at it in the mirror and see what poses work with the silhouette. I do think a little bit about that.'

Zendaya expanded on her statement, and remarked that she saw each major event as an opportunity to try out new fashion ideas.

'I think about red carpets as having their own characters and narratives. We build a little story for all the looks. It's like an extension of my acting career in a weird way — you just pop this wig on or whatever it is,' she said.

She added, 'Clothes sometimes are very emotional, so I get to embody these different facets — maybe they're of myself, or maybe they're alter egos. But I get to meet these different women through clothes.' 

Looking back: The Euphoria star also expressed that she takes 'a lot of style inspiration from my grandmothers'; she is pictured in 2019

The performer went on to express that she admired many of her predecessors' respective senses of style and kept visual aids around her home in case she needed to find a quick reference.

'I have a picture of Diahann Carroll on my wall. And I take a lot of style inspiration from my grandmothers,' she said.

Zendaya also reminisced about one of her very first splurges and noted that she still had her purchase lying around. 

Looking to the future: Zendaya concluded the sit-down by expressing that, although she turned 25 last month, she felt 'like I just started my 20s'; she is seen in 2018

'I think it was my first time in Paris for my Disney show, and I bought this teeny Louis Vuitton bag. It's pretty cute. I still have it somewhere,' she said.

The performer concluded the sit-down by speaking about how she was looking forward to the future while trying to come to terms with aging.

'I'm ready for 25, but it's a little scary. I feel like I just started my 20s, so that's a little strange to wrap my head around. I'm closer to 30 than I am to 19,' she said.

Zendaya humorously added: 'It's all downhill from here.' 

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Succession Cast Members Speculate How the Roy Family Would Endure Quarantine Together: 'Death!'

PEOPLE 13 October, 2021 - 09:00am

At the Season 3 premiere event, held at New York City's American Museum of Natural History on Tuesday, many of the stars –– including Sarah Snook, Alan Ruck and Jeremy Strong –– mused on how the embattled family would get along if they all had to quarantine together.

"Maybe there was a moment in time when we might have explored [COVID-19] on the show. I think Jesse [Armstrong, Succession's creator] has really unerring instincts, so we didn't explore that on the show [in the end]," Strong, who plays Kendall Roy, tells PEOPLE.

However, when asked about the prospect of the Roys having to endure lockdown together, he jokes, "I would get the f out of there as quickly as possible."

He adds, "I always imagined like Greg [Hirsch, played by Nicholas Braun] and Tom [Wambsgans, portrayed by Matthew Macfadyen] talking about masks, what kind of masks they were gonna wear, I thought that would be funny. But no, this family would kill each other."

Snook, who plays Kendall's sister Shiv, agrees.

"Can you imagine that? Ah, like what are they gonna do? Play like Jenga or Clue or poker? It would be like, I wonder who would die first? I can't imagine," she says. "Family holidays would have been bad enough for the Roys, but at least they had access to get out, an exit point."

Ruck, who plays older half-brother Connor Roy, has one word on what could happen during a Roy family quarantine: "Death!"

Only Macfadyen offers a (somewhat) differing view. "Oh my god. I think it would be really lovely and harmonious," he says jokingly. "Everyone would bond, I think that would be really lovely, really sweet. Maybe that will be an episode."

Succession follows the Roy family as they prepare for the next phase of their media conglomerate, Waystar RoyCo, amid family patriarch Logan's (Brian Cox) declining health.

Following the cliffhanger-filled conclusion of the Emmy Award-winning show's sophomore run in October 2019, Season 3 began filming in New York City last fall, before being teased with an explosive trailer this summer.

Succession's third season premieres Sunday, Oct. 17, on HBO.

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At the Season 3 premiere event, held at New York City's American Museum of Natural History on Tuesday, many of the stars –– including Sarah Snook, Alan Ruck and Jeremy Strong –– mused on how the embattled family would get along if they all had to quarantine together.

"Maybe there was a moment in time when we might have explored [COVID-19] on the show. I think Jesse [Armstrong, Succession's creator] has really unerring instincts, so we didn't explore that on the show [in the end]," Strong, who plays Kendall Roy, tells PEOPLE.

However, when asked about the prospect of the Roys having to endure lockdown together, he jokes, "I would get the f out of there as quickly as possible."

He adds, "I always imagined like Greg [Hirsch, played by Nicholas Braun] and Tom [Wambsgans, portrayed by Matthew Macfadyen] talking about masks, what kind of masks they were gonna wear, I thought that would be funny. But no, this family would kill each other."

Snook, who plays Kendall's sister Shiv, agrees.

"Can you imagine that? Ah, like what are they gonna do? Play like Jenga or Clue or poker? It would be like, I wonder who would die first? I can't imagine," she says. "Family holidays would have been bad enough for the Roys, but at least they had access to get out, an exit point."

Ruck, who plays older half-brother Connor Roy, has one word on what could happen during a Roy family quarantine: "Death!"

Only Macfadyen offers a (somewhat) differing view. "Oh my god. I think it would be really lovely and harmonious," he says jokingly. "Everyone would bond, I think that would be really lovely, really sweet. Maybe that will be an episode."

Succession follows the Roy family as they prepare for the next phase of their media conglomerate, Waystar RoyCo, amid family patriarch Logan's (Brian Cox) declining health.

Following the cliffhanger-filled conclusion of the Emmy Award-winning show's sophomore run in October 2019, Season 3 began filming in New York City last fall, before being teased with an explosive trailer this summer.

Succession's third season premieres Sunday, Oct. 17, on HBO.

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At the Season 3 premiere event, held at New York City's American Museum of Natural History on Tuesday, many of the stars –– including Sarah Snook, Alan Ruck and Jeremy Strong –– mused on how the embattled family would get along if they all had to quarantine together.

"Maybe there was a moment in time when we might have explored [COVID-19] on the show. I think Jesse [Armstrong, Succession's creator] has really unerring instincts, so we didn't explore that on the show [in the end]," Strong, who plays Kendall Roy, tells PEOPLE.

However, when asked about the prospect of the Roys having to endure lockdown together, he jokes, "I would get the f out of there as quickly as possible."

He adds, "I always imagined like Greg [Hirsch, played by Nicholas Braun] and Tom [Wambsgans, portrayed by Matthew Macfadyen] talking about masks, what kind of masks they were gonna wear, I thought that would be funny. But no, this family would kill each other."

Snook, who plays Kendall's sister Shiv, agrees.

"Can you imagine that? Ah, like what are they gonna do? Play like Jenga or Clue or poker? It would be like, I wonder who would die first? I can't imagine," she says. "Family holidays would have been bad enough for the Roys, but at least they had access to get out, an exit point."

Ruck, who plays older half-brother Connor Roy, has one word on what could happen during a Roy family quarantine: "Death!"

Only Macfadyen offers a (somewhat) differing view. "Oh my god. I think it would be really lovely and harmonious," he says jokingly. "Everyone would bond, I think that would be really lovely, really sweet. Maybe that will be an episode."

Succession follows the Roy family as they prepare for the next phase of their media conglomerate, Waystar RoyCo, amid family patriarch Logan's (Brian Cox) declining health.

Following the cliffhanger-filled conclusion of the Emmy Award-winning show's sophomore run in October 2019, Season 3 began filming in New York City last fall, before being teased with an explosive trailer this summer.

Succession's third season premieres Sunday, Oct. 17, on HBO.

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“It could be longer!” Zhao said. “You know, it’s ten characters, the Celestials and 7,000 years. There’s a lot going on.”

In addition, the Nomadland director also confirmed that the highly-anticipated film will be featuring two post-credit scenes that both potentially have major implications to the future of the MCU.

“Don’t just stay for the first one — also stay for the second one, too,” She teased. “They are equally as important in weight, and both have big surprises for you.”

Based on Jack Kirby’s Marvel comics of the same name, Eternals welcomes an exciting new team of superheroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The epic story, spanning thousands of years, features a group of immortal heroes forced out of the shadows to reunite against mankind’s oldest enemy, The Deviants.

The film features a star-studded ensemble including Richard Madden as the all-powerful Ikaris, Gemma Chan as humankind-loving Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani as cosmic-powered Kingo, Lauren Ridloff as the super-fast Makkari, Brian Tyree Henry as the intelligent inventor Phastos, Salma Hayek as the wise and spiritual leader Ajak, Lia McHugh as the eternally young, old-soul Sprite, Don Lee as the powerful Gilgamesh, Barry Keoghan as aloof loner Druig, Angelina Jolie as the fierce warrior Thena, and Kit Harington as Dane Whitman.

Eternals is directed by Chloe Zhao from a screenplay co-written by Matthew K. Firpo and Ryan Firpo. It is being produced by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and Nate Moore. Zhao is coming off from winning numerous awards including Best Picture and Best Director at the recent Golden Globe and Oscar awards for her acclaimed work on 2020’s Nomadland.

The star-studded superhero film is currently slated to arrive in theaters on Friday, November 5 for a 45-day exclusive theatrical run.

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