I am just doing my job: Zendaya on her kissing scenes getting undue attention

I am just doing my job: Zendaya on her kissing scenes getting undue attention

Challengers was released in Australia on March 26 while the premiere in the US is scheduled to take place on April 26

Actress Zendaya wondered what is so different about the kissing scenes in her movies that they are getting far more attention than any other actors'.

While promoting her upcoming film Challengers on Jake's Takes show, which she also co-produced, she addressed the issue calling it "very odd."

She thanked the host for bringing it up and added he wouldn't be asking this question if it was any other actor. The Spider-Man actress termed it weird and wondered if her kissing scenes are given a lot of attention just in order to make it a "viral thing." She just calls it a "completely normal part" of her job.

The actress is gearing up for her upcoming theatrical release Challengers, which follows Tashi (Zendaya), a former tennis prodigy turned coach, who is married to a champion on a losing streak. Her strategy for her husband's redemption takes a surprising turn when he must face off against his former best friend and Tashi's former boyfriend.

Challengers is written by Justin Kuritzkes and directed by Luca Guadagnino. Mike Faist and Josh O'Connor too play pivotal roles in the film. Music is done by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, besides Sayombhu Mukdeeprom and Marco Costa handled cinematography and edits respectively.

The film was released in Australia on March 26 while the premiere in the US is scheduled to take place on April 26.

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