Camila Mendes Says She’s ‘Keeping An Open Mind’ About Life After ‘Riverdale’

Camila Mendes is thinking ahead to her post-Riverdale life. ET’s Cassie DiLaura conversed with the 28-year-old performer at the introduction of her new film, Do Revenge, and Mendes quit fooling around with what she keeps up with that ought to do after her long-running CW series arrives at a resolution.

“I don’t have even the remotest clue. I simply need to keep an open viewpoint and I simply need to see what it looks like to have some more extra energy in my life and how I need to deal with that recreation time,” she shares. “I feel like I simply need to go into it with an open standpoint.”

While her reasonable game plans are problematic as of now, Mendes makes sure around a specific something – – that she’ll be “so near and dear” when Riverdale wraps its seventh and last season.

“I’ve grown up with these people. I partook in my entire 20s with them, so we’ve really experienced such a ton together,” she says. “I can’t imagine what it will look like when I don’t see them in every case.”

Until shooting gets in October, notwithstanding, Mendes and her Riverdale co-stars are taking some solid division. “We contribute energy with each other continually, so we’re happy to appreciate respites,” she shares.


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Yet again as Mendes plans to get into the Riverdale groove one last time, she’s busy propelling her new Netflix film, Do Revenge, in which she and Maya Hawke play sidekicks who agree to seek after one another’s harassers. Before its presentation on the constant component, fans are at this point energetic for a side project of the film.

“Not that I’ve known about simultaneously, I don’t have even the remotest clue,” Mendes tells ET of expecting a side project is in the works. “I can’t resist the urge to contemplate what a Do Retaliation spin-off would look like. I imagine it’d be some sort of time jump.”

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