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Percy Hynes White reportedly written out of ‘Wednesday’ season 2 following sexual assault allegations

Netflix‘s Wednesday, nine months after he was accused of assaulting a woman.The Canadian actor played Xavier Thorpe in the Addams Family spin-off. A student at Wednesday’s school, Xavier had the ability to make his art come to life.According to The Daily Mail, a source close to White’s family confirmed that the actor had been written out of season two.In addition to Wednesday, White made appearances in The Twilight Zone and The Gifted, before he was accused of assaulting a woman at a party in Toronto.The allegations emerged on in a since-deleted post on X (formerly Twitter) by an anonymous social media user on January 18.The poster claimed she had been sexually assaulted by White at a party he was hosting, accused him of deliberately trying to get women drunk so they would have sex with him.“Percy is wonderful young man, that’s the truth,” an source told

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Jenna Ortega shares cryptic image of wrecked house: “This will make sense later”
Jenna Ortega has shared a cryptic image on Instagram, prompting fans to speculate about the second season of Wednesday.Taking to the social media platform, the actress shared an image of an old wooden house in an isolated and snow-covered location.While she didn’t caption the image in any way, she eventually commented on the post: “This house will make sense later.”Fans have since been speculating about the mysterious location, with some wondering if it will feature in the upcoming Beetlejuice sequel, in which Ortega will star as the daughter of Lydia Deetz (Winona Ryder).However, a comment from her Wednesday co-star Hunter Doohan has seemingly confirmed that the house will feature in the second season of Netflix‘s Addams Family spin-off.“Love your new place!” wrote Doohan, a response that garnered over 17,000 likes from fans.A post shared by Jenna Ortega (@jennaortega)Netflix announced back in January that their second most-streamed English language series ever would return for more episodes.In an exclusive interview with Netflix’s in-house publication Tudum, creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar said: “It’s been incredible to create a show that has connected with people across the world. Thrilled to continue Wednesday’s tortuous journey into season two.“We can’t wait to dive head first into another season and explore the kooky spooky world of Nevermore.
Jenna Ortega had a “weird” ‘Wednesday’ fan moment on a flight
Jenna Ortega has revealed that she had a “weird” fan moment from a Wednesday fan during a flight.Speaking as part of a roundtable event with The Hollywood Reporter, Ortega recalled how she’s been surprised by audiences for the hit Netflix show – with fans spanning a much greater age range than she thought. In the show, Ortega plays the titular character of Wednesday Adams.She said: “Wednesday has a much wider audience than I anticipated, at least age wise, so it’s older people and younger people,” she said of the show’s fans.Ortega went on to describe how she had a “weird” moment on a plane with a flight attendant who was also a fan.She explained: “But I’ve had a couple of weird plane stories, too, where I’ve woken up to notes or things like that.“I got off one yesterday, and at the end, the flight attendant took her hair down out of the bun and it was in two braids and she took her bangs down and she said, ‘You made me do this,'” she recalled, in reference to her character’s hairstyle in the show.Meanwhile, the second season of Wednesday is set to explore more of the character’s Latino heritage.Last month marked six months since the Addams Family spin-off first arrived on Netflix, starring Ortega alongside a cast including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Gwendoline Christie and Christina Ricci.Now, with the popular series being confirmed for a second season, co-creator Miles Millar has discussed the possible plot choices for the next instalment of the show with IndieWire, and shared that the writers are looking for a way to make the character’s heritage more prominent in the story.“It’s so rare to find an iconic character of this stature,” said Millar of Ortega, who has Mexican and Puerto Rican ancestry.
'Saturday Night Live': Jenna Ortega Gets Help From 'Wednesday' Co-Star (and 'SNL' Alum) Fred Armisen
Jenna Ortega made her debut over the weekend, and got some help during her monologue from her co-star — and former castmember — Fred Armisen.Ortega hit the Studio 8H stage in a stylish, dark, semi-sheer ensemble, complete with red lapel flower, and opened up about her reputation for being «dark and twisted» for her choice in acting projects, such as, and .«I'm not like that at all,» Ortega explained. «I think there's just something about my face that when people see it, they're like, 'Let's throw blood on that.'»After showing a clip from an adorable toothpaste commercial she was in when she was seven, Ortega explained, «I love horror movies, but honestly, I don't get scared very easily. Part of the reason I wanted to host SNL is I wanted to face my biggest fear: happy extroverted people who are always trying to perform.»«Everyone here has been so kind, and this week has been a dream come true,» she added. «I've got a couple of friends tonight, including one of my costars from, Fred Armisen!»Cutting to the audience, Armisen was seated among those seating in the front rows, and quickly accepted Ortega's invitation to join her on stage.«Wow! So this is what it feels like to be on ,» Armisen said, over-enthusiastically. «You were on the show for 11 seasons,» Ortega deadpanned.
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”.