Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter | A Nocturnal Blooming

Somewhere under the golden rays of the California sun, the seedling of a pristine Himalayan Blue Poppy begins to sprout. The stem grows slender but sturdy. The roots branch out rapidly, deeper into the chalky soil. The petals bend and fold, thirsting for rain, sometimes dropping wistfully in utter silence. The aroma remains as sweet as ever, the striking, blue-hued foliage a glimpse of treasure under meticulous growth challenges. Confidence is a delicate flower and needs to be nourished as such. Sabrina Carpenter—actor, singer, and producer—is well aware of this. The 22 year-old’s career has blossomed quickly, seeing Carpenter traverse any and all artistic avenues that pique her interest.
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Sabrina Carpenter to Star in Film Adaptation of YA Novel THE DISTANCE FROM ME TO YOU at HBO Max

Actress Sabrina Carpenter (Girl Meets World, The Hate U Give) has signed on to star in the feature adaptation of the YA novel The Distance From Me to You, from author Marina Gessner. New Line Cinema won the bidding was to produce the film for HBO Max, and Tiffany Paulsen (Nancy Drew, Holidate) is set to adapt the screenplay, and Carpenter and Danielle Fishel are executive producing.

Sabrina Carpenter Had Chicken Fingers for Breakfast

Sabrina Carpenter is not your typical 22-year-old; she’s a cool 22-year-old, with a low-key 26 million followers on Instagram. Aside from a burgeoning musical career, the former Girl Meets World star is also a fashion designer, producer, movie actor, and Broadway star. Carpenter made her acting debut in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, before starring in Tina Fey’s Broadway musical Mean Girls. Now, she’s spending some time in Atlanta filming Amazon’s Emergency, a role she describes as “timely with the weight of the world,” but without forgoing humor. Carpenter is also hard at work on an album after signing a deal with Island Records, the home of everyone from Demi Lovato to Elton John. Her latest single, “Skin,” has been streamed over 155 million times and counting. It’s safe to say that the world is hungry for Carpenter’s presence—and she knows it; which is why she’s also preparing to produce and star in Alice, Netflix’s reimagining of Alice in Wonderland. After a long night of filming in Georgia, Carpenter got on the phone with us to talk about dancing, dreaming, and why everything is magic in the making.

‘Emergency’: Sabrina Carpenter, RJ Cyler to Star in 2020 Black List Comedy Thriller From ‘R#J’ Director

Sabrina Carpenter and RJ Cyler are set to star in a socially aware comedy-thriller from R#J director Carey Williams. Emergency, based on the 2018 Sundance short film about a group of Black college kids who grapple with calling the police when they are faced with an unusual situation, is a comedy thriller that screenwriter KD Dávila expanded into a feature film script, which landed on the 2020 Black List. Now, it’s being made into a film with Amazon Studios overseeing the project.
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Is Olivia Rodrigo's "Deja Vu" About Joshua Bassett & Sabrina Carpenter Again? Let's Investigate

Olivia Rodrigo fans are hardly done blasting "drivers license" non-stop, but they're going to have to make room for another new song on their playlist. The singer's second single, "deja vu," is here, and it's already capturing fans' hearts. Like her debut release, the song has some pretty ~deep~ lyrics, and fans are wondering if Olivia Rodrigo's "deja vu" is about Joshua Bassett and Sabrina Carpenter, who are rumored to have inspired her previous track. Here's the deal.

Olivia Rodrigo Says "Drivers License" Can't Be About Sabrina Carpenter Because She "Doesn't Know Her"

Olivia Rodrigo and Sabrina Carpenter's alleged feud—you know, the one where Olivia released her smash-hit single, "Drivers License" and people thought it was about her feels for Joshua Bassett and him possibly dating Sabrina thanks to a very suspicious lyric—thankfully seems to be over now. In fact, Olivia's now saying there's no way that song could even be about Sabrina since they never forged much of a friendship.

Olivia Rodrigo on Sabrina Carpenter: ‘I Actually Don’t Know Her At All’

Maybe “blonde” was the only rhyme, indeed. We won’t bother recapping all the drama of this High School Musical: The Musical: The Series love triangle, but there were songs, and response songs, and music-video look-alikes, and now there is a backstory to all of this. In an interview with, “driver’s license” singer Olivia Rodrigo said she doesn’t think she could respond to Sabrina Carpenter’s latest track, “Skin,” because “I actually don’t know her at all.” “I think we’ve met once or twice in passing, but I’ve never had a conversation with her, so I don’t think I could write a song that was meaningful or emotional about somebody that I don’t know,” she said. “But I think artists should be able to write about whatever they want to write about.” Later in the interview, Rodrigo discussed going back to the studio and a letter she got from Taylor Swift, which she said was stained with “snot from sobbing my eyes out.” But questions remain. Will Sabrina visit Josh on the set of HSMTMTS? Could Sabrina and Olivia have a conversation there, or will they remain like two ships passing in the night? Will Olivia’s next pop power ballad be a duet with Mariah Carey or J-Lo? Guess we’ll see how this plays out at East High. Watch the full interview below:
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Olivia Rodrigo Says She’s ‘Never Had a Conversation’ With Sabrina Carpenter Amid ‘Drivers License’ Drama

Not so fast! Olivia Rodrigo revealed that she barely knows Sabrina Carpenter despite claims that she wrote her hit song “Drivers License” about her and Joshua Bassett. “I actually don’t know her at all,” Rodrigo, 18, said during the Tuesday, March 2, episode of Live! “I think we’ve met once or twice in passing, but I’ve never had a conversation with her.”