Rosa Salazar performs on the song “I wanna sink to the bottom with you” by Fountains of Wayne. In this time of isolation, she is making good use of her time to entertain herself and her fans and followers. She danced like no one was watching her (even virtually). It was fun and entertaining to watch.
Rosa Salazar is an actress who has starred in films like Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, The Divergent Series: Insurgent, The Kindergarten Teacher, and Bird Box. She has also acted in series like Parenthood and American Horror Story: Murder House.
In all these movies, she has had a side role. In 2019, her debut lead star film released called Alita: Battle Angel. The film is adapted from Japanese manga artist Yukito Kishiro’s 1990s series Gunnm, and its animation adaptation called Battle Angel which was released in 1993.
During an interview Rosa Salazar was asked, how did she feel when she first read the script
“It was such an obvious answer, but like what a great script I mean you don’t always read a script like that”
The film is produced by James Cameron who is known for massive blockbusters like Titanic and Avatar. It is directed by Robert Rodriguez. The film grossed over $404 million worldwide which made it Robert Rodriguez’s highest-grossing film.
The director revealed that they have plans to make a sequel to the film.
James Cameron shared that the reason why there is a colon after the ‘Alita’ in the name of the movie is that they intended to make sequels to it.
Talking about the delay in the sequel of the movie, Rosa Salazar said
“Yeah, I mean, they had a crazy merger. People are gaining jobs, people are losing jobs. The whole Disney/Fox acquisition is so involved, this isn’t the right time for me to call Alan Horn and be like, ‘Hey bro, I know you got a lotta stuff going on, but like what about Alita 2?’
Rosa Salazar is also very excited about the sequel which is not confirmed yet. She shared that even though she trusts that the movie will be worth it. Christopher Waltz will also most likely return if a sequel is made.
On 25th Feb 2020, Elon Musk shared a picture of Rosa Salazar in her Alita character on Twitter. In the photograph that was shared, Alita’s picture is there on what seems like a spaceship. Rosa Salazar reposted this tweet on her Instagram with the caption “#alitaarmy”. Is Elon Musk also rooting for a sequel to Alita: Battle Angel?