Aimee Payne has said that he was inspired by his son to appear in the new children’s film Ron’s Gone Wrong.
His song is on the soundtrack of the film Sunshine, while he also appeared in the film Animation as a voice actor.
Speaking at the premiere of the film London Film Festival, Payne, 28, said to have starred in the film Was a “great experience”.
He said he would “love to do more” acting work.
“It’s because I wanted to do this job more than anything, who doesn’t want to do a song for a Disney movie?” he told the PA news agency.
“Second thing for my boy too, to recognize my voice in the film. I want to see if he gets it.”
Rons Gone Wrong is a friendship story in the age of social media that follows Barney, a socially awkward schoolboy, and his perishable digitally connected device Ron.
The film also stars Olivia Colman, Rob Delaney, Jack Dylan Grazer, Ed Helms, Justice Smith, Ricardo Hurtado, Marcus Scribner, Zach Galifianakis and Kylie Cantrol.
Cantral said he hopes the film will encourage audiences to re-evaluate their relationship with social media.
“I think it’s very important and in 2021 I feel like this is a day and age where social media can be overwhelming,” she told PA.
“I think it’s good to know your limits.
“It’s also hard because I feel like not everyone is seeing people in person, so I feel like we’re getting so used to Zoom and FaceTime, but it’s still so important to be in person.” And making those real connections face to face.
“I hope this film resonates with the audience and lets everyone know that it’s not everything online.”
The film was directed by Jean-Philippe Vine and Sarah Smith.
Vine said he hopes the film is “a celebration of the mess of a true friendship”.
He said, “We look at friendship in terms of how we use social media and what happens when you take away social media and you build relationships based only on differences and all kinds of things that make you happy. like.”
Ron’s Gone Wrong will be released in theaters on Friday.