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‘Makes me feel like Teflon’

Rachel Zegler, star of Disney's upcoming Snow White remake, is thanking the haters and critics who bombarded her with comments criticizing the original 1937 animated version.

“I started to feel like Teflon,” Zegler told actress Halle Bailey on Variety's latest episode. “Actors on Actors” interview series.

Zegler, who stars in the new film “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,'' spoke about how he deals with negative stories. I verbally communicated to them that being in the spotlight doesn't make them less human, that they are allowed to have moments of humanity, and that it doesn't necessarily mean doing what they want, which is even more inspiring. Ta. ”

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Snow White reboot actress Rachel Zegler has claimed she appreciates the backlash she received for appearing in the film and making derogatory comments about the animated version. (The Walt Disney Company via Getty Images)

Zegler received negative attention this year after a video went viral slamming the themes of the original 2022 movie.

At the 2022 D23 Expo, she disparaged classic movies' outdated depictions of romance, telling Variety: She dreams of becoming the leader she knows she can be and the leader her late father taught her could be if she was fearless, fair, brave and honest. ”

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Harry Bailey using the microphone

Zegler shared her views with actress and singer Halle Bailey, who also received backlash for her casting in Disney's remake of The Little Mermaid. ((Photo Credit: Joi Stokes/Getty Images For Disney))

Zegler told Bailey that he was grateful to his critics, saying, “I chose to be there knowing that my critics were probably having a really tough day, and I is releasing a movie. And I'm so grateful for that moment. They say the worst thing and you just say, 'Thank you so much,' so nothing hurts anymore.” I couldn't do it, and it started to make me feel like Teflon.”

“There is so much love in my life and I am so grateful. We are able to do what we do and it speaks for itself. We love what connects people to each other. “We're creating, and there are people out there saying things that make people want to fight instead of unite,” she concluded.

Bailey also said she appreciates the enthusiasm from social media critics, saying, “It's been a great lesson for me to block out naysayers and negative opinions. I realized that it had helped me and I used it for my own life.” advantage. “

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