Many people know Bella Thorne as a popular, flame-haired former Disney star, but it looks like there's more to this Florida native than what many fans see in the tabloid mags. Apparently, the 18-year-old is being hailed as the "next Kylie Jenner" and Hollywood's mogul-in-the-making, thanks to her multiple talents and ability to juggle all of her projects with ease.
According to a recent profile in Fortune Magazine, the Ratchet and Clank acrtress also directs, produces, sings and is even a popular teen author with over 20 million followers on social media. The former Shake It Upstar opened up in the piece about about her first animated film and her character, the tough-talking Cora.
Asked why she took on the role, Thorne explained, "I really wanted to do the movie because I was hoping they would ask me to be in the video games. And when they asked me I was like, "Oh my God, thank God you guys mentioned it!" When they put me in the game, I was so stoked."
She added, "To work in that environment and get to be behind-the-scenes about it is so cool. So that's hopefully my next step, but just being in Ratchet & Clank's video game is so awesome. My character is just a badass little female, so I [was] stoked to play her. Looking at the video game script though, they're like 3,000 pages long. It's actually crazy because you have to literally do like every single thing...like I can open this door, that door, or I can get the fat hat. You can do all those different types of things. But you literally have to write out everything, which is so confusing, and it's just so long. It's actually crazy. And the art behind it is just so cool. When I got to do it, I don't even know how many lines I had."
As far as her net step in Hollywood, Thorne says that she's looking to starting several different lines with her sister Dani, which will definitely give the Kardashians a good run for their money.
Thorne dished, "I'm starting a backpack and shoe line with my sister Dani. We're doing our sketches right now and I love her style. And then I'm starting a dance class at the Millennium Dance Complex this summer, which is not really about routines. It's more about girls just getting confident in their skin and their body and being able to dance in a group to music, and have fun and have a good workout. But at the end of the day, I want these girls to be confident in themselves as women."
"Ratchet and Clank" is in movie theaters now.