Preston Oliver and Kyliegh Curran talk about ‘Secrets of Sulphur Springs’

The two young actors work together in the new Disney+ show to solve a mystery.
5:21 | 02/26/21

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Transcript for Preston Oliver and Kyliegh Curran talk about ‘Secrets of Sulphur Springs’
The Tremont is haunted. Plane of others have seen them around the hotel. Only a matter before you do too. She's here. Welcome back to "Gma." That's Disney's new hit, "Secrets of sulphur springs." It's about two kids working together to solve a mystery and finding a gateway to another time. This morning, two of the stars Preston over and Kyleigh Curran are joining us live. Good morning to you both and I want to say congratulations, because this show has been a quick success and, Kyleigh, how does it feel to be part of something so many kids and families are enjoying? It's very surreal. Especially seeing it all put together. I'm so excited for more people to see it. I know, Preston, there is great chemistry on the show and we hear that's one of your favorite things about it. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, everybody in the cast and the crew, everywhere, we all just love talking to each other and we get along. We get to know each other's lives and everybody just ha -- it's all great energy on the set. As I said, it was such an instant hit and we have a question from a young fan of yours, Chelsea rose, so let's have a listen. Hi there. I'm a big fan of your show. My question is when did the actors find out what happened to Savannah? Ooh, good question. So, Kyleigh, when do we find We find out this episode actually, Savannah did, in fact, survive the storm and a lot of big events happen so you should definitely tune in. Ah, okay, we'll be looking to see what we can find out. We know your characters find themselves in 1990 and for some people that means big hair and fun music. For you two, you weren't born back then but, Preston, I do understand that you are a fan of cars from back then. Yeah, so my grandpa used to take me to car shows with like '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s cars and once I saw them on sense I got this sense of nostalgia so it was cool. Your grandpa is my kind of man. We hear you both watched with your families. That's got to be a lot of fun to do that but, Kyleigh, how does it feel when you actually see all your work come together? It's a whole experience, seeing all the months of hard work paid off, amazing. The effect, the sound because we have to rely off our imaginations when we're shooting. It's just reading the script but seeing what the producers and everyone had in mind on screen, it's amazing. And what about you, Preston, how does it feel for you to see that. Oh, yeah, Kyleigh hit it all. I just love sitting down with my family and turning on the show and I usually don't hike seeing myself and hearing my voice but, you know, doing this for six months and then not watching it like that's crazy. I have to tune in and I really do love the show. That's awesome. You know, Kyleigh, we hear you like foreign languages so what are you learning right now and could you teach me a word or two because I am not very good, I've been told. Okay. I am learning Japanese and French. French is very difficult. The grammar, oh, my goodness but I do know a phrase that I use a lot. It means I can't. Thank you, Cecilia. I can't roll nothing. The space in my teeth keeps me from rolling words. Going to use that Preston, I know you posted some really impressive trick shots so how many tries did it take for you to do this and is basketball plan B? It looks like you have a future. Yeah, I would love to join the NBA one day. You are know, I have to grow like 10, 11 inches before I could get that but the threes right there, that was like seven tries maybe. The last ball usually like bounced out. I couldn't get the last ball N the half-court shot or half-court was, you know, maybe four tries, I had like four or five takes in my camera roll and then the behind the back shot was probably like 30 something. You know what, as you guys learn from acting, editing, to us you made it on the first shot each time so that's all that matter. Yeah, no, I tried to -- I was doing that like for like 30 minutes just throwing behind my back and got it and had to play it off cool so I didn't freak out and look nerddy doing it. I hit it and I was like, I cut it. Finally. Well never day -- source. Because you can. Thank you, thank you both. It's been a joy to talk to you, Kyleigh and Preston, I really appreciate you. Congratulations on the success of the show. Thank you, guys. Yep. The first five episodes of "Secrets of sulphur springs" drop this morning on Disney plus so make sure you check that out. There is a new episode airing tonight on Disney channel.

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