Whoopi Goldberg meets Pope Francis in Rome
Vita gazette – Whoopi Goldberg meets Pope Francis in Rome: “Maybe this scene will go in Sister Act”. On a surprise visit to the Vatican, Whoopi Goldberg points to St. Peter’s Basilica and sparks the imagination. “Maybe this scene will happen in the film; you don’t know it yet, but we are in Rome. What are we doing here? You’ll find out soon.”
Sister Act star Whoopi Goldberg announced to fans that she was unexpectedly in Rome to visit the Vatican, where she met Pope Francis: “I’ll be here for a short time, but I hope to return.” The eternal city is only the last stop on the Italian tour of the actress, who had also recently been to Recanati.
The film Sister Act 3, directed by Tim Federle, will be released 2024 on the Disney+ streaming platform. It will also be visible on Sky Glass, Sky Q, and the Now Smart Stick app. In five videos published in Instagram stories, the Oscar-winning actress for Ghost shared with followers the morning of October 12, which began at the hotel in Trinità dei Monti and continued with an out-of-the-ordinary acquaintance near Bernini’s colonnade. “Ah, yes, I forgot to tell you I met the Pope today. Extraordinary, isn’t it?” says Goldberg as she drives away in the car.
“Maybe this scene will happen in the film; you don’t know it yet, but we are in Rome. What are we doing here? You’ll find out soon”: this is how Whoopi Goldberg, star of Sister Act, announced to fans that she was unexpectedly in Rome to visit the Vatican, where she met Pope Francis. In his Instagram stories, he pointed to St. Peter’s Basilica, suggesting that he was carrying out a project related to the eternal city. The actress is ready to perform again in the third chapter of the saga, which began in 1992 and will be released in 2024.
A few hours ago, Deloris Van Cartier of Sister Act continued the report on her short stay in the capital with other Instagram stories from the Hassler Hotel where she is staying: it is a super luxury five-star facility in Piazza della Trinità dei Monti. “I’ll be here for a short time. I’ll do another short tour, but I love being in Rome. I hope to return soon,” she said. Rome is only the last stop on Whoopi’s Italian tour. In September, she was in Recanati for the film Leopardi & Co., a romantic comedy directed by Federica Biondi with Jeremy Irvine, Denise Tantucci, Paolo Calabresi and Paolo Camilli.