It’s official Instagram.
Actress Liza Soberano is now followed by Hollywood actors Catherine Newton and Cole Sprouse on the image-sharing platform amid reports of her appearing in a US-produced film.
An online account dedicated to sharing updates on ABS-CBN and its talents shared that the stars are now IG mutuals on Wednesday.
“WATCH: Hollywood stars Cole Sprouse and Kathryn Newton are now following Liza Soberano on Instagram,” Kapamilya Online World posted.
The development has been significant for Liza’s fans, especially since Cole only follows a select few on his Instagram, his only social media account.
The movie director, zelda williamsalso follows the Filipino-American actress, and vice versa.
These could be confirmed by a quick look at their respective Instagram accounts, with Liza under the handle @lizasoberano, Cole under @colesprouse, Kathryn under @kathrynnewton and Zelda under @zeldawilliams.
The development came after fans of Jacques Reid—Liza’s talent manager—claimed that Jessie Stafford of JSLA Events tagged the actress on Instagram Stories.
JSLA Events produces red carpet events, music shows, movie premieres and more.
Jessie allegedly shared a message from Kathryn, who posted a photo of a shingle for the film “Lisa Frankenstein.”
In the reshare, Jessie tagged Zelda, Liza and transparent artsthe artist management company that manages James.
“I send you and your team all the incredible energy to kill this movie!” she wrote.
Wonderful news from LA with good luck messages for director Zelda Williams with @lizasoberano and managing Transparent Arts artists who are also tagged.
Liza Frankenstein began filming and productions.
Good luck to everyone involved in this film! pic.twitter.com/qPA2EYJgNR
— James’ REIDers (@REIDersOfficial) August 9, 2022
Deadline.com reported that “Lisa Frankenstein” is set in 1989.
It “follows an unpopular high school girl who accidentally resuscitates a handsome Victorian corpse during a thunderstorm and begins to rebuild him into the man of her dreams using the broken tanning bed in her garage”.
Kathryn has previously starred in Netflix’s “The Society,” HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” and CBS’s “Gary Unmarried,” among others. She’s set to make her Marvel debut in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.”
Cole, meanwhile, is a mainstay on CW’s “Riverdale” and has appeared in such films as “Five Feet Apart” and HBO Max’s “Moonshot.”
Liza said it had “always” been her dream to pursue a career in Hollywood, the world’s biggest film industry.
“My personal goal is to be able to bridge the gap between the Philippines and America and help the younger generation, the little girls, who also dream of coming here and having a career, and I want to make it easier for them when they do do it in the future, and if that means me taking the first step, then so be it,” she previously said.
Last May, Liza’s former talent manager said she would no longer renew their contract as she planned to start a career in Hollywood.