The star of the beloved Disney Channel sequence, who had been established to direct an upcoming reboot for Disney+, claimed on Wednesday that ideas to bring back again the clearly show are suspended.
“I know the attempts and conversations have been almost everywhere seeking to make a reboot do the job but, regrettably & in spite of everyone’s greatest attempts, it isn’t really heading to come about,” she wrote in a write-up on Instagram.
Even though a certain cause was not supplied, Duff stated her hopes experienced been that any reboot of the collection would be “trustworthy and genuine to who Lizzie would be right now.”
“We can all acquire a second to mourn the awesome female she would have been and the adventures we would have taken with her. I’m extremely unfortunate, but I promise everyone experimented with their ideal and the stars just failed to align,” she explained.
Again in February, Duff manufactured a community plea for the collection to be moved to Disney-owned Hulu from Disney+, hoping it would allow for the display a lot more imaginative independence to portray an more mature version of the character.
“I would be doing a disservice to everyone by restricting the realities of a 30 yr old’s journey to dwell below the ceiling of a PG ranking,” she wrote in an Instagram put up at the time. “It really is important to me that just as her activities as a preteen/teenager navigating lifestyle were authentic, her future chapters are similarly as serious and relatable. It would be a aspiration if Disney would permit us shift the display to Hulu, if they were fascinated, and I could carry this beloved character to everyday living once more.”
“Lizzie McGuire” aired from 2001-2004 on The Disney Channel. A movie based on the collection was produced in 2003.
“I have been so honored to have the character of Lizzie in my lifestyle. She has created this sort of a lasting effects on a lot of, such as myself,” Duff extra on Wednesday. “To see the fans’ loyalty and enjoy for her, to this working day, suggests so significantly to me.”