"I want any reboot of Lizzie to be honest and authentic to who Lizzie would be today," Duff said on Instagram. "It’s what the character deserves."
Activists have called for boycotting the movie, which was partly filmed in Xinjiang, where the Chinese government has cracked down on Uighurs and other Muslims.
The $200 million film will forgo a theatrical release and go directly to streaming on September 4.
"If y’all can retweet this enough times that Disney calls, that’d be greatly appreciated," Julian Bass tweeted. It worked.
The husband-and-wife photographers want more girls to see themselves as regal.
Lizzie, Gordo and Miranda are back for a virtual "Lizzie McGuire" reunion.
You can stream the Duchess of Sussex's new movie on April 3.
Niki Caro on the completely new "Mulan" and its surprising "Game of Thrones" influence.
The actor and Disney Plus reportedly clashed over the vision for a more adult version of the beloved character.
Everyone else looks kind of ... normal.