March 31, 2009 08:54:26 GMT
When asked whether she would do another 'Hannah Montana' movie, Miley Cyrus insists that making another movie of the series will take away 'a lot of the reality'.
Although her "Hannah Montana: The Movie" is yet to blow up the U.S. big screen, Miley Cyrus was not so keen about the idea of making another movie out of "Hannah Montana" series. In a press conference to promote the upcoming movie on Monday, March 30, the 16-year-old star responded to a fan's question as quoted by E! Online, "I feel like...this is a TV show. We were really lucky to have enough material to make one movie. To do another one takes away a lot of the reality."
"Normal high schoolers see Hannah's blond wig and say, 'That's not reality'," the daughter of singer Billy Ray Cyrus, in addition, elaborated. "It was very clever the way, in the movie, we reveal Hannah Montana, but we didn't make [the plot] in a way that makes another season unrealistic. We're all doing a season three, and we all wish to do a season four. So I don't know if I would do another film, but we would love to do another season."
Apart of hinting on the possibility of no more "Hannah Montana" movies, the actress/singer also confessed how she missed her family's farm outside of Nashville, Tennessee after spending a few weeks filming on location in the Volunteer State. "I wish I had more time" to stay there, she said adding, "That was the longest I had been back since I left. I am really hoping to move back there at some point. Filming really made me miss home."
Bringing the story of "Hannah Montana" series to the next level, "Hannah Montana: The Movie" will put its attention more on Miley Stewart. When her popularity as Hannah starts to take a toll on her life and her identity as the pop-star persona threatens to take over her life, her father decides to take her home to Crowley Corners, Tennessee for a dose of reality, forcing her to figure out what's really important.
Coming to U.S. theaters on April 10, the comedy movie from Walt Disney Pictures stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana. Supported by the series' original cast ensemble, including Mitchel Musso, Jason Earles and Emily Osment, it will also see Taylor Swift, Tyra Banks, Vanessa Williams and Lucas Till.