Category: David Henrie
David Henrie The Star Scoop interview excerpts. On the Wizards Of Waverly Place episode he wrote: 'I’d assume we’d see it in the summer. I can tell you a little bit about it. There’s some fun relationship, boyfriend/girlfriend type things that I got to do with Alex, dealing with issues that all teens in a relationship..
..or have been in a relationship can relate to. Which is trust, being someone that you’re not.. to please that other person and seeing where that can eventually take you.' Advice for how kids can give back to their community: 'Find what where you can best help and who you want to help. There’s a lot of help to be given in the world so find what you’re passionate about. My passion has always been..
..children, so I’ve most recently did LA’s Best, I taught impromptu to kids after school, which was very fun. You can apply improv to all different aspects of your life where it can help you. After, I moved on tot he next project, which is United Way and that’s really for educating children under the age of three,
Because 85% of your brain develops before the age of three. It’s tough to sort of stop a problem once it’s already in motion, if you can do that before the problem even happens at an early age, by educating, by loving, by nurturing.. will help exponentially.
Where should we expect to see you? In the five year plan, I hope to be following a career path along the lines of Shia [LaBeouf]. I think he’s someone who came from a Disney audience and sort of bridged that into a successful feature film career. I think first and foremost, he’s talented and that’s why it happened. I am hoping that I have similar success.
Producer Frank Marshall tweeted about new voice roles for the US version of Arrietty: The Borrower: 'Beginning to record Arrietty's parents, who will be voiced by Amy Poehler & Will Arnett. This should be fun..' David Henrie & Carol Burnett were cast as the voices of the human 'beans.'
Bridgit Mendler plays title character. Film is directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, w/ Hayao Miyazaki supervision. Updates Mary Norton 1952 novel The Borrowers by moving the story to a modern Tokyo suburb. The story follows the 'little people' who live under the floorboards of a regular human family.