LATE Disney star Cameron Boyce explores black magic in the trailer for the final TV series Paradise City.
The actor sadly passed away at the age of 20 last year and appears in the trailer and asks whether black magic is real.
"Do you think that devil worship is real in Hollywood?" he asks in the teaser below. "Like the whole black magic, and all that stuff."
"Oh, I definitely think there's good in evil spirits," replies a woman played by Perrey Reeves. "And black magic is real."
Boyce, who starred in Disney Channel show Jessie, plays Simon Ostergaard, a teenager, aspiring singer, and DIY concert promoter.
The eight-part series focuses on the lives of Simon and a rock star who is connected to a supernatural phenomenon that he idolizes, as their worlds collide through their broken homes built by the music industry.
The brand new show also features another former Disney Channel star Bella Thorne, former Desperate Housewife Drea De Matteo, Mark Boone who featured in Sons of Anarchy, Fairuza Balk, Rys Coiro, Ryan Hurst, Booboo Stewart, Olivia Culpo, and Brooke Lyons.
A release date for the series has yet to be announced.
After his passing, his family started the Cameron Boyce Foundation to honor his life and legacy.
It endeavours to "provides young people artistic and creative outlets as alternatives to violence and negativity and uses resources and philanthropy for positive change in the world."
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According to the show's official Instagram account, some of the profits made from Paradise City will be donated to the foundation.
Yesterday, Libby Boyce, Cameron's mother, thanked fans for their love and charity donations on what would have been her son’s 21st birthday on Thursday.
In July 2019, Cameron passed away, at 20 years old, after suffering a seizure, and his family and friends later created the Cameron Boyce Foundation in his honor.