Booboo Stewart Remembers Cameron Boyce & Chats New Series 'Paradise City' | Celebrity Page

Booboo Stewart is continuing his rock fantasy on Paradise City, which also serves as one of his last projects with long-time friend, the late Cameron Boyce.


The Rock Journey Continues On 'Paradise City' 🎸

The music plays on in the new series Paradise City, which acts as a spin-off from the supernatural 2017 film, American Satan.

Booboo Stewart reprises his role as Vic Lakota and opens up on the continued storylines, which he believes fans will love.

"A lot of times, people turn things into TV shows or they make a sequel, but I really do think that there are many stories to tell. I know a lot of people really loved the movie and I was excited to continue this story for the people who loved the film so much," Stewart said.

Booboo's Friendship With Cameron Boyce ❤️

Along with Booboo, the series also stars the late Cameron Boyce, who passed away in sleep from an epileptic seizure in 2019.

Cameron and Booboo were long-time friends who co-starred together in the popular Disney Descendants movies.

"I love him. He's my little brother. I really really love him a lot. [We have to] continue to extend his legacy for as long as we all live. He will be remembered forever. I think it's amazing that we get to see him in this light, because he's fantastic and he's so good in this show," Stewart said.

You can catch Booboo and Cameron star in Paradise City beginning March 25th on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu, FandangoNow, Google and Microsoft.

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