Jenna Ortega Would possibly Star In Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice 2

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There’s nothing like watching new love blossom. In case you’re fortunate sufficient to witness the sparks begin flying between two new lovers, the expertise can swiftly erode your cynicism. Nonetheless, if one of many lovers in query is a serial dater that bounces from paramour to paramour, leaving a path of damaged hearts and shattered desires of their wake, the scene immediately turns into considerably much less endearing. Such is the case with Hollywood and (insert the brand new “it lady” right here). 

Hollywood has a protracted historical past of anointing a brand new “it lady” each few years and discarding her simply as rapidly. The entire course of is fairly sexist, because it manufacturers feminine actors as extra disposable than their male counterparts, however till we get some systemic change within the leisure business, it’s certain to maintain occurring. At current, Hollywood’s new “it lady” is the hilarious and proficient Jenna Ortega from Netflix’s Wednesday. In line with Selection, Ortega’s ascension to the highest of the A-list is about to proceed with a possible starring position in Tim Burton’s sequel to Beetlejuice. Let’s hope Ortega’s profession continues to thrive after Hollywood impatiently switches its focus to a different younger actor. 

Jenna Ortega is eyeing a task in Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice 2,” Selection has confirmed.

Ortega, finest identified for her position as Wednesday Addams in Netflix’s latest collection reboot “Wednesday,” is in talks to play the daughter of Lydia Deetz, portrayed by Winona Ryder within the unique movie. This marks her second time working with Burton, who was an government producer on “Wednesday” and directed 4 of its eight episodes. Michael Keaton can be set to reprise his position because the title character.

Representatives for Warner Bros. and Ortega didn’t instantly reply to Selection‘s request for remark.

By: Devin Nealy
Initially revealed at Boing Boing

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