By Emily LakdawallaPublisher November 20, 2018 14:17:26″I feel like I’ve been able to grow from my childhood and experience all of the ups and downs and ups and downs of my life,” she says.
“I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, it’s a little bit scary.'”
She’s been a loner for her whole life.
The same goes for her younger brother, who is the subject of her forthcoming film, “Litter Box.”
“He’s the one that’s always being in trouble,” she tells me.
“We never really had any real relationships.
We never really did anything that really meant anything to each other, and so that’s really helped me to grow and find myself.””
Litter box” is a follow-up to her 2016 film, which was about the life of an aspiring singer-songwriter who ends up losing her life to an epidemic.
“Litchbox” is an animated series that explores a different, less familiar side of her life.
It’s also the first time we meet her younger sibling, Alex, who also plays a role in the film.
Alex is a lovable, bright and playful little kid who has just begun singing.
He’s also obsessed with music and has already made a name for himself on the local radio.
“He was always my favorite,” says Leah.
“Even when I was younger, I just loved him.
He just really seemed like he had this innate sense of humor and that energy.
I always just felt like I was really drawn to him, and I felt like that’s how he was.
I was like, I could never get over him.”
The series will feature three episodes, and will feature music by local artist Mike Gaudreau, who wrote the soundtrack for “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” and other projects.
“I was super-excited to be involved with the project, because we just had a really good collaboration with Mike,” Leah says.
“When I first saw ‘Litch Box,’ I was blown away by the idea that he was such a great musician and such a really cool artist,” she continues.
“It’s really nice to get an opportunity like that.”
“We’re also very grateful to have a director in Mike and his team who is a really fantastic producer,” she adds.
“His production design and all of his visual effects are phenomenal, and his production design for ‘Littlerocket’ is just so awesome.
We’re really grateful to Mike and to the team that he has for doing this amazing job.”
I ask Leah about the relationship she and her brother have with the movie and how it came to be.
“Yeah, I’ve gotten to know my brother more over the last few years,” she responds.
“And so I’m super excited about that because I feel like he’s a very unique character, and he’s kind of my role model.”
“I think that we all share that we just have these amazing stories that are about growing up and getting through some of the most difficult experiences of our lives and learning to navigate those things,” she concludes.
“But we also all know that the most important thing to us as a family is that we’re still in this world, that we still have the joy of making movies and that we’ll be back and doing more of that, and hopefully in the future we can continue to be in that together.”
You can watch “Littlestarnal Box” at Netflix.
It’s available now and will be released later this year.