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Miles Morales, like many young people preparing to leap into the next stage of their lives, is struggling to find out who he is and what he is meant to be.
Prior to its global theater release later this month, the movie has received high critical praise, having secured a rare 100 percent score on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, at the time of this article’s publication.
With Moore starring alongside the likes of Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld and Nicolas Cage, this role is expected to push the actor on to greater roles.
Reflecting on the lack of encouragement he once received when he was younger, Moore said it’s very important for young people to “feel like anything is possible when they put their mind to it.”
“If you’re passionate about it, following that path might lead you to what you’re really supposed to do,” he added.
Moore’s comments come as Vodafone and Sony Pictures announced a global collaboration that aims to support millions of young individuals in recognizing their skills and discovering digital jobs that complement these.
In the promo, Moore tests out Vodafone’s “Future Jobs Finder,” which offers several short psychometric tests designed to match a person’s interests and talents to available jobs and training opportunities. The program itself was launched back in March.