Rising actress Jenna Ortega went massively viral after being banned from playing the role of Wednesday Addams.
Although Jenna Ortega is just 21 years old, the young actress has proven herself as a force to be reckoned with on both television and the big screen.
In her first leading role on the big screen, Jenna Ortega makes her mark in the iconic role the Scream franchise with the release of the Scream (2022). The film was the fifth installment of the horror series and featured a new generation of characters. Jenna played Tara Carpenter, a high school student caught up in the deadly game of a new Ghostface Killer. His portrayal added a new and mysterious dimension to the film, thrilling both fans of the franchise and new audiences.
From that point on, she continued acting scream vi And Tara Carpenter has reportedly already been signed on to reprise the role scream seventh, which will likely begin filming soon after the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strikes end. In addition to her work in Scream, Ortega is set to play the role of Lydia’s daughter in the upcoming film. beetlejuice 2 The film, which is expected to release in late 2024.
Although she continues to garner roles in major blockbuster films, Jenna Ortega’s most notable role came on Netflix’s hit television series Wednesday (2022) with Tim Burton. In this unique spinoff of the Addams Family universe, Jenna portrays the main character, Wednesday Addams, as a student at Nevermore Academy. His portrayal of Wednesday is a perfect blend of dark humor, wit and charm, which enthralled audiences and received critical acclaim. Her performance has established her not only as a leading lady but also as a rising star in the streaming world.
Netflix has already announced that it has plans for a second season WednesdayAnd, in fact, the show has been listed as the streaming platform’s top priority stranger things Season 5. Although there are many questions as to how Ortega will handle her busy schedule as we head into Halloween, one thing is certain: she will not be playing Wednesday Addams at any time during “Spooky Season.”
Inside the Magic previously reported how Ortega and others will not be allowed to dress as characters from “killed content” this Halloween season. SAG-AFTRA issued guidelines earlier this month urging actors and actresses to dress like normal characters and stay away from the characters they have portrayed at major studios like Disney, Warner Bros., Netflix, Universal and Have depicted or seen. Other.
With the ongoing strike rules, the strange rule for Ortega has inevitably gone viral, even becoming the latest joke for Saturday Night Live. SNL mocked the guidelines in a skit that aired this weekend. Sarah Sherman appeared as SAG President Fran Drescher to prevent children from going trick-or-treating in costumes from hit movies and TV shows.
This was, in some ways, inspired by Ryan Reynolds’ jokes when the rules were first unveiled.
“I’m here to teach you how to do Halloween during a strike,” she said. “It will promote the companies we are striking against that make all these children a bunch of adorable scabs. Children, run home and change before it’s too late.”
She began joking about how to change costumes for Wolverine, Mario, Harry Potter, and many others.
“I can explain it in terms that even a drunk kid can understand,” she said. “Negotiations with studios are a lot like trick-or-treat. You know how you go to the biggest house on the block and all the lights are off and they’re pretending they’re not home? But you can see them through the window eating Kit Kat bars, dozens of Kit Kat bars, billions of Kit Kat bars, a record number of Kit Kat bars. “All of us actors are saying break me a piece of that Kit Kat bar.”
SNL posted a portion of the show on Twitter (x) with the following caption:
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– Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) 29 October 2023
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