It is very likely that we will see Jenna Ortega in beetlejuice 2. The sequel to the 1988 film will once again be directed by Tim Burton, director of the first installment, and it just so happens that Burton already collaborated with the actress on the highly successful series. merlin, from Netflix. Now, fate has done its thing again so that both of them meet in an equally extravagant project.
The first site where it was reported that Ortega was in talks to join the production was the podcast Hot Micbut after Variety confirmed that the actress was seriously considering participating. If it were to be officially announced, that would mean that more and more pieces are coming together so that, just over three decades later, we will see the super-ghost again.
This would be the role of Jenna Ortega in beetlejuice 2
According to the information provided by both media outlets, the role of Jenna Ortega in beetlejuice 2 it would be that of the daughter of Lydia Deetz (Winona Ryder), whom we met in the first film as the teenage daughter of Charles and Delia (Jeffrey Jones and Catherine O’Hara). In the ’88 tape, the Deetz arrived to occupy the house of the Maitlands (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis), who died in a car accident.
A sequel had already been heard of for about 10 years, but nothing got underway until Plan B – the production company founded by Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston – announced in 2022 that it will produce the project.
Are you excited to see Jenna Ortega in beetlejuice 2? With merlin, the actress was catapulted to world fame and Burton’s career took a second wind. Such was the success that a second season has already been announced.
We can currently see Jenna Ortega on the big screen in scream 6. The criticism of CINEMA PREMIERE you find it here.
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