Julie Zangenberg will not be a part of the upcoming season two of the series 'GG Horsens.
It confirmed the show's creator, Morten Vogt Urup, Friday to ekkofilm.dk and told that the reason was creative differences.
Extra Magazine attempted in the context, to get a comment from Julie Zangenberg, however, not replied to our request.
But now the breaks she the silence. It happens in a so-called story on Instagram - and she is not agree with the interpretation, as the show's creator has.
'It was not 'creative differences'. I thanked no to the offer of a season 2, but wish the cast all the best,' writes Julie Zangenberg and manifests at the same time his dissatisfaction with Morten Vogt Urups comments:
'I find it sad that you use my name to create headlines, when I am not involved in the project any longer. Lacking in ambition, unprofessional and inelegant'.
She sends at the same time, a big thank you to his fans and tells that she is happy for both his and the team's work.
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Ekstra Bladet has been in contact with Morten Vogt Urup, which confirms that it is technically true that Julie Zangenberg even took the decision to leave the series.
Julie Zangenbergs comments that it is unprofessional to use her name to create headlines, he understands not, however, much of the. He believes that it is the actress, who has acted unprofessionally.
Morten Vogt Urup tells that the first season was a success, and, overall, has 2.3 million views on YouTube, and therefore went to the people behind early to work on the sequel.
- We had along the way, a lot of meetings with Julie, and we chose to try to involve her in it all, so she felt secure in the project. Everything was lovely. She thought that it was the resources at mit, and she clapped her hands for joy. Therefore, we had many meetings with her - both physical meetings and telephone conversations.
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Therefore, they went, according to Morten Vogt Urup in the process of writing the manuscript from the many conversations, and as they pretty much were ready to go into production, it took the actress a decision.
- Two months before the start-up of production selected Julie Zangenberg, however, to leave the production. This happened immediately after she discovered that her best friend might not be a photographer on the series. Suddenly she could not see themselves in the project any longer. Two months before the start we were, therefore, without a leading role, and all the work that had been made in half a year, was wasted, he says.
Why should the series be written about.
- She has cost the job of a number of actors, because when her role is being written out, there are a lot of others who also can not be with anymore. So I don't know what I want to say is unprofessional. I will say that it is unprofessional, that she so late in the process finds out that she will not be a part of the series. But it is maybe just me.
Immediately after Julie Zangenbergs exit took Morten Vogt Urup the decision to cancel the second season.
But already after a few days he got a good idea and changed his mind, and he has certainly not regretted it.
It has been 1000 times better without her character. Julie was also difficult to work with as an actor, because she has many demands. So the best thing that has happened is that we have removed the drama from the production, says the creator.
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the Extra Leaf has subsequently been in contact with Julie Zangenbergs manager, Elisa Happiness, which reports that the actor does not want to go into details on why she chose to leave the series.
'Juliet have nothing more to say about why she said no thank you. The point is that SHE said no thanks. Julie said no for personal reasons. Not that she was the wreck or dropped', she writes in an email.
instead of Julie Zangenberg will be starring in 'GG Horsens now be played by Miri-Ann Beuschel, as you know from ungdomsserien 'Doggystyle'.