Jenna Ortega Recently revealed that the second season of Wednesday It would be more “discarding any romantic love interest” and “inclining to terrify”. During Ortega’s conversation with Elle Fanning for Variety’s Actors, The You The star spoke about her main focus in the upcoming installation of the popular horror-comedy series. Tell Ortega Fanning,
“We decided we wanted to draw on the horror aspect of the show a bit more. And because it’s so hilarious, and a show like this with vampires and werewolves and superpowers, you don’t want to take yourself too seriously.”
the Sixth scream The star then added, “We give up any romantic love on Wednesdays, which is really cool.”
The outlet noted that Ortega previously stated that the love triangle between her character Tyler Galpin (played by Hunter Doohan) and Xavier Thorpe (played by Percy Haynes White) “makes no sense” for Wednesday.
The pair also talked about Ortega becoming a producer on the second season of the show Wednesday.
Gina Ortega Says Being Producer of Wednesday’s Season 2 Is a “Natural Progression”
In addition to continuing to play the lead in WednesdayGina Ortega’s step into producer is one that she suggests is something that comes from the show moving forward.
“This is my first time. It was a natural progression. We were already throwing a lot of ideas out, and I’m a working person. I want to know what’s going on. And with a character like Wednesday, who’s so likable and such a legend, I really didn’t want to get it wrong.” So I try to have as many conversations as possible on set, with the writers and Tim [Burton]We’re all going to get together and decide, “Well, what works and what doesn’t?” He was naturally very cooperative indeed.
So in preparation for season two, we wanted to get ahead of the curve and make sure we could start conversations early. And I am very curious. I want to see the clothes, the new characters coming, the scripts, and she was gracious enough to let me don her producer hat.”
The couple later spoke about the difficulties of starting out as child actors and talked about how being behind the camera at such a young age made it difficult to learn how to be assertive on set.
Later while chatting about finding a sense of balance between real life and the pressures of the entertainment industry, Ortega said, “I still have this really burning desire to be human and honest and original. Another thing about this industry is that you’re in front of a camera and people want you to be something.” Another — where it’s “You have more energy” or “Can you smile?” and it just feels awful. And I don’t want to feel awful. I’d rather have people see me cry and do whatever than be something I’m not.”
Wednesday It will return to Netflix with its second season in the next two years.