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Lili Reinhart Is Happy From The 7-Year Jump In The Netflix Series Riverdale

Riverdale Actress Lili Reinhart Is Happy From The 7-Year Jump In The Netflix Series
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Lili Reinhart Is Happy From The 7-Year Jump In The Netflix Series Riverdale: Actor Lili Reinhart has revealed that a 7-year jump in Riverdale has benefitted her. She is even looking forward to it.

Lili Reinhart Did Not Want To Play The Role Of An 18-Year-Old

Lili has confirmed this piece of news earlier this year. She described the 7-year jump funny because finally, she would play the role of a character who is of her actual age. For instance, she would no longer be a teenage girl as portrayed in the 5th season of Riverdale.

Reinhard then explained why the comic book drama decided to change the period. Lili said:

“It’s kind of our way of revamping, I guess.”

Lili further added that she is relieved as now she wouldn’t play the part of a girl who is some years younger than her. She feels on top of the word. Reinhart mentioned that she did not want to be near 30 and act like an 18-year-old.

Riverdale Actress Lili Reinhart Is Happy From The 7-Year Jump In The Netflix Series
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Precautions Are Taken To Keep Everybody Safe On Riverdale Set

Lili also revealed her time spent on the Riverdale set. She said that precautions are taken in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. It is essential to keep all the actors and crew members safe.

Reinhart gleamed with excitement in the Netflix series behind the scenes video. Lili was a bit nervous before as she thought that the environment would be too sensitive for any creativity to evolve. However, everything is under control.

Lili Reinhart concluded by saying that people on the set wear lanyards. The colour marked on it depicts how close one can get to the cast.

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