Euphoria’s Zendaya Says Rue Will ‘Hit Bottom’ In Season 2


Euphoria Star Zendaya has revealed that there are dark times ahead for her character, Rue Bennett, in the upcoming second season of the HBO drama, claiming that she will bottom out in the new episodes.

The series, which follows a group of struggling high school kids, has seen recovering drug addict Rue relapse and face emotional turmoil in her relationships, and Zendaya has said things will only get worse for her character.

“This season, more specifically, she’s going to the bottom,” she said (via RadioTimes.com). “When we get to the halfway point, that’s when the bottom hits bottom, and that’s where it got extremely painful for all of us to watch. And to represent her going through that m ‘hurt. “

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With EuphoriaThe most recent season 2 trailer suggests that Rue is going to face more difficult times, including an increasingly strained relationship with his mother and a possible shady deal, things could indeed turn out to be bleak. for her.

But Zendaya, who is also known for her roles in Spider Man and Dune, promised there is light at the end of the tunnel for Rue.

“I remember having a conversation halfway through [season two] Like, [Rue] I can’t stay here, “she said.” We can’t leave her [in this dark place].

“And I always thought Rue would be fine because Rue is a version of Sam [Levinson, Euphoria‘s creator and writer] and Sam is who he is, and was able to take all of that pain and make it into this wonderful TV show many years later. “

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She added: “I wanted to see this and I think we all wanted to see this, a sense of hope, because it’s getting so low for her. It’s a long journey, but we’re getting there. I promise. . Keep loving her and keep supporting her. “

The actress has previously described the second season as “difficult” and said it will “not be a fun watch,” so fans might want to brace themselves for more heartache.

Euphoria returns to HBO for season two on January 9.


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