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Here’s every upcoming Jenna Ortega movie and TV show

Jenna Ortega is on a winning streak at the moment, starring in Tim Burton’s Wednesday on Netflix and taking a lead role in Scream VI.Prior to that, Ortega starred as Lorraine in 2022 slasher X, Ellie Alves in murder-happy thriller You, and Phoebe in dark comedy The Babysitter: Killer Queen.Ortega also guest hosted the iconic Saturday Night Live recently and during her opening monologue joked that she wasn’t as “dark and twisted” as her recent run of horror roles suggested. To further prove that point, the 20-year-old actor has a host of very different projects currently in the works.Here’s every upcoming Jenna Ortega movie and TV show…Currently in post-production, Winter Spring Summer Or Fall sees Ortega reunite with her Wednesday co-star Percy Hynes White.

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Jenna Ortega in talks to reunite with Tim Burton in ‘Beetlejuice 2’
Wednesday star Jenna Ortega is reportedly in talks to reunite with Tim Burton for a role in Beetlejuice 2.A sequel to Burton’s 1988 film, starring Michael Keaton, has been in discussion for a decade, with Keaton declaring his interest back in 2014 before the script was rewritten in 2017.As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the film now looks set to shoot in London this May and June, with Burton and Keaton likely to return.Ortega, star of the hit Netflix Addams Family spin-off from Burton, is now reportedly in talks to join the film.Sources say that she would likely play the daughter of Lydia (played by Winona Ryder in the original) in the film.Neither studio Warner Bros. nor representatives for Ortega responded to requests for comment.Elsewhere, Ortega is presenting tomorrow’s (March 11) episode of Saturday Night Live, with musical guests The 1975.Ahead of the show, Ortega said in a video posted to social media that she doesn’t want to do the viral Wednesday dance in an SNL promo.Appearing alongside the Please Don’t Destroy crew, Ortega is seen raising her concerns about her and the crew doing the dance – before some hilarity ensues.The skit (see below) was posted to the SNL YouTube on Wednesday (March 8), and begins with Ortega saying: “Honestly, this is really well-written, I just don’t feel like I want to do the Wednesday dance for promo because we’ve seen so much of that already and I think it’s time to do something new.”Today (March 10) saw the promo arrive, with cast member Bowen Yang says he “feel[s] so old” after Ortega introduces The 1975.“I don’t understand any of your generation’s slang,” Yang adds before asking the band: “Are you guys getting any of this”.
‘Riceboy Sleeps’ Scoops Top Canadian Award; NFTS & Netflix Black British Women Scholarship; Modern Films New Digital Space & Tim Burton Heads To Italy – Global Briefs
‘Riceboy Sleeps’ Scoops Top Canadian Film AwardAnthony Shim’s Riceboy Sleeps has won Canada’s biggest film award, the Rogers Best Canadian Film Award. The prize, decided by the Toronto Film Critics Association (TFCA), comes with a CAN$100,000 ($72,000) cash prize. Riceboy Sleeps beat nominees Clement Virgo’s Brother and David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future. The semi-autobiographical film explores the challenges of living between two cultures through the tale of a Korean immigrant single mother raising her son in Canada. Shot in the Greater Vancouver area and Korea, the feature world premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2022, winning its Platform Prize, and then played in Busan and a raft of other festivals. The win comes as Toronto-based distributor Game Theory Films gears up for the title’s Canadian release on March 17. The feature will also be released in Korea, Singapore and the US in the coming months.  “The Toronto film community has been so good to us since TIFF where this crazy journey first began and I hope to make more films in the future that will warrant the same type of support,” commented Shim.