Wednesday is an upcoming American Comedy Horror television Series, The character of Wednesday Addams, who appeared in The Addams Family, will serve as the inspiration for this series called Wednesday. It was great by Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, and Tim Burton, and stars Jenna Ortega as the eponymous character. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Isaac Ordonez, and Gwendoline Christie feature in supporting parts.
“Wednesday” Pre Production
Tim Burton was tasked with directing the 1991 movie during pre-production, but he ultimately declined to owe to schedule difficulties with Batman Returns, which led to Barry Sonnenfeld accepting the position.
In March 2010, it was revealed that Illumination Entertainment had bought the underlying rights to the Addams Family illustrations in collaboration with Universal Pictures.
The movie was originally going to be an animated stop-motion production based on Charles Addams’ original sketches. With a chance to helm, Burton was slated to co-write and co-produce the movie. The movie was reportedly canceled in July 2013.
About the “Wednesday” Series
Wednesday has been mostly referred to as a coming-of-age series. It has been called a unique blend of fantasy-horror-mystery-comedy. The first season’s eight episodes trace Wednesday Addams’ years spent in Nevermore Academy.
The show will follow Wednesday as she tries to control her developing psychic ability, stop a terrifying killing spree that has terrorized the neighborhood, and unravel the paranormal mystery that ensnared her parents 25 years ago — all while navigating her new and extremely complicated relationships Nevermore, according to the official synopsis provided by Netflix.
“Wednesday” Renewal Status
Wednesday was first revealed as an unidentified Addams Family movie that Tim Burton was going to be in charge of directing in October of 2020. The production of the series would be handled by MGM Television, while Burton would serve as the director of the project. Alfred Gough and Miles Millar would be in charge of running the show, and in addition to that, Gough, Millar, and Burton, together with Gail Berman, Jon Glickman, and Andrew Mittman, would all act as executive producers.
The streaming service Netflix handed the production a series order in February of 2021, which called for a total of eight episodes. In August of 2021, Kayla Alpert was brought on board as an executive producer for the series, which was also being produced by 1.21, the Tee and Charles Addams Foundation, and Glickmania respectively. It was announced in December 2021 that Danny Elfman will be contributing to the series as a composer, writing both the original theme and score.
Wednesday Release Date
Wednesday will be available on Netflix later this year, on November 23. This means that all of our most terrifying fantasies are coming true. Netflix tweeted the announcement along with a brand-new poster for the series exactly two months before the date on which it was scheduled to debut. Eep!
Wednesday premieres November 23! Snap, snap. pic.twitter.com/Ejwn9U5Sl9
— Netflix (@netflix) September 23, 2022
Wednesday’s Cast And Character
Netflix revealed that Fred Armisen will play Uncle Fester in the next series at New York Comic Con. Gomez Addams will be portrayed by Luis Guzmán, and Morticia Addams by Catherine Zeta-Jones, as was previously revealed. The series also stars Christina Ricci, who was faultless as Wednesday in the 1990s movies.
Regulars of a series
- Gwendoline Christie – Principal Larissa Weems
- Jamie McShane – Sheriff Galpin
- Percy Hynes White – Xavier Thorpe
- Hunter Doohan – Tyler Galpin
- Emma Myers – Enid Sinclair
- Joy Sunday – Bianca Barclay
- Naomi J Ogawa – Yoko Tanaka
- Moosa Mostafa – Eugene Ottinger
- Georgie Farmer – Ajax Petropolus
- Riki Lindhome – Dr. Valerie Kinbott
- Christina Ricci – Marilyn Thornhill
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Is There a Trailer for Wednesday?
Yes, the first official trailer for the film in its entirety has finally arrived, and it provides us with our first look at Tim Burton’s interpretation of the Addams family. Take a look below: The Newest Trailer for “Wednesday” is Full of Surprises That Are Both Dark and Fun.
Wednesday is an upcoming American Comedy Horror television series. The character of Wednesday Addams, who appeared in The Addams Family, will serve as the inspiration for this series. Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, and Tim Burton will all serve as executive producers. The trailer for the film has arrived, and it’s a great look at the Addams family.