EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Doohan (Wednesday) has signed with WME.
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Sir Anthony Hopkins has practically done it all as an actor, with two Academy Awards to his name, and, apparently, he can also impersonate a severed hand quite well.The 84-year-old actor took to Instagram on Wednesday, sharing a new video with his 3.9 million followers, of him doing his best impression of Thing from the new Netflix series Wednesday - which made headlines for the second-biggest streaming week of all-time.The show stars Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Addams, who Hopkins has starred with in The Mask of Zorro in Red 2, who left a charming comment on the video. Impersonate: Sir Anthony Hopkins has practically done it all as an actor, with two Academy Awards to his name, and, apparently, he can also impersonate a severed hand quite well Impression: The 84-year-old actor took to Instagram on Wednesday, sharing a new video with his 3.9 million followers, of him doing his best impression of Thing from the new Netflix series WednesdayHopkins had some time to kill on Wednesday, it seems, which lead him to apply some rather convincing makeup to replicate the stitching in Thing's hand.The video showed his hand 'walking' over a model of some sort, with the original theme for The Addams Family theme song heard in the background.
EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Doohan (Wednesday) has signed with WME.
Just days before vying for her first Golden Globe Award on Tuesday, Wednesday star Jenna Ortega started her week with pre-awards show party.The 20-year-old actress was spotted taking pictures and signing autographs for fans outside of a soiree at a Netflix bash at Catch Steak in West Hollywood on Sunday, mirroring her Nevermore Academy schoolgirl look.She was also joined by her co-star Emma Myers, who plays her werewolf roommate Enid Sinclair on the show, which was renewed for a second season last week. Party time: Just days before vying for her first Golden Globe Award on Tuesday, Wednesday star Jenna Ortega started her week with pre-awards show party dressed in a look that appeared to be inspired by her character Mirror: The 20-year-old actress was spotted taking pictures and signing autographs for fans outside of a soiree at a Netflix bash at Catch Steak in West Hollywood on Sunday, mirroring her Nevermore Academy schoolgirl look Jenna and Emma: She was also joined by her co-star Emma Myers, who plays her werewolf roommate Enid Sinclair on the show, which was renewed for a second season last weekOrtega stepped out with a unique and stylish schoolgirl outfit seemingly inspired by her character's Nevermore Academy look, rocking a cropped white dress shirt that slightly exposed her midriff.She accessorized with small silver hoop earrings with wireless headphones and a loose black necktie around her neck.
Wednesday fans have been waiting for is here: The starring as the gloomiest member of the Addams Family has been renewed for a second season.In a new announcing a slate of returning shows, Netflix dropped the news on January 6 writing, “Wednesday has been officially renewed for Season 2! And that's not the only one…” They also shared a Wednesday-centric YouTube video on the same day. “Over the past few weeks, I have been hunted, haunted, and mimicked millions of times across the internet,” Wednesday says in the video, referencing her , which was choreographed by Ortega and has inspired countless TikTok videos and a “It's been pure torture….Thank you.”This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Here's everything we know about Wednesday season 2.When will Wednesday return? No announcement yet, but the first season dropped in November 2022, so it's likely we are looking at a fall 2023 premiere.How many episodes? Season one stuck to Netflix's typical eight-episode model, but would it be too much to ask to go to, like, 13? Alas, no news yet.Who is returning? (Warning: Spoilers for season one ahead.) Considering the entire show is about Wednesday Addams and Ortega has already lent her voice to the season two announcement, it's a pretty safe bet that she will return for season two. Wednesday's Nevermore classmates Enid (Emma Myers), Bianca (Joy Sunday), and Xavier (Percy Hynes White) also feel destined to return. Considering how much fun had while , it's unlikely we've seen the last of Morticia Addams and her loving husband, Gomez (Luis Guzmán).With Principal Weem (Gwendoline Christie) dead, the biggest question marks surround the return of Tyler Galpin (Hunter Doohan) and Marilyn Thornhill (Christina Ricci).
Netflix hit Wednesday has officially been renewed for a second season - after becoming one of the most successful shows ever on the streaming platform. The spin-off about the Addams Family focuses on the gothic teenager Wednesday, played by Jenna Ortega, as she moves into boarding school Nevermore Academy. In an interview with Tudum.com on Friday, Creators/Showrunners/Executive Producers 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.' A hit! Netflix hit Wednesday has officially been renewed for a second season - after becoming one of the most successful shows ever on the streaming platform'We can't wait to dive head first into another season and explore the kooky spooky world of Nevermore. Just need to make sure Wednesday hasn't emptied the pool first.' On Thursday, lead star Jenna Ortega, 20 was seen sharing an apparent celebratory hug with co-star Percy Hynes-White, 21, who plays Xavier Thorpe in the show.The actor dropped off Jenna at the airport in Toronto amid dating rumors between the pair.
This just in from the No Duh desk: Netflix has ordered a second season of Wednesday.
An image of a fan's tattoo of Wednesday Addams has gone viral, as some people online suggest the image bore a closer resemblance to that of actor Samuel L. Jackson than the star of the Netflix hit, Jenna Ortega.The image garnered millions of views on Twitter, as a number of users had twists on how the ink turned out with comments, GIFs and memes.'Welp, this was supposed to be Wednesday Addams but looks more like Samuel L Jackson as a kid… lol #HappyNewYear Squad,' one user wrote, while another wrote, 'SAY WEDNESDAY AGAIN.' 'That's Monday Morning': An image of a fan's tattoo of Wednesday Addams has gone viral, as some people online suggest the image bore a closer resemblance to that of actor Samuel L.
BRIDGERTON fans are all saying the same thing as Netflix posts a first-look at the spin-off series. The new series will primarily focus on the origin stories of Queen Charlotte, Violet Bridgerton (Ruth Gemmell), and Lady Danbury (Adjoa Andoh). It's set to delve into the love-life of a young Queen - including her marriage to King George.
Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal for its record-breaking hit show Wednesday, which might have grown more complicated due to corporate mergers.Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights to The Addams Family and its properties, so when Amazon Studios acquired the company last March for $8.5B, Wednesday seemingly came with it.'[Amazon], truthfully, is in business with everybody and is expected to continue to do that in multiple dimensions,' a source told Deadline on December 16.
Unlike his most famous film character, Anthony Hopkins won’t celebrate with a nice Chianti.
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Sir Anthony Hopkins reflected on achieving 47 years of sobriety in an inspirational new video, in which he encourages others to 'keep fighting' and stay strong.In his latest Instagram post, the 82-year-old Oscar-winning actor shared an inspiring message to his nearly four million Instagram followers on Thursday.'I just want to wish you a happy new year, and also to say I'm celebrating 47 years today of sobriety,' the actor told his fans. Congratulations! Sir Anthony Hopkins reflected on achieving 47 years of sobriety in an inspirational new video, in which he encourages others to 'keep fighting' and stay strongHe continued: 'I am a recovering alcoholic, and to you out there, know that there are people struggling...
Disney swept the animation category with three nominations last Oscar season, culminating in a win for Encanto. This year, Netflix is coming on strong with more than a few contenders, including Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. DreamWorks Animation is back with a few contenders of its own, while Apple, A24 and GKIDS are seeking their first Oscar win for Best Animated Feature. With only five nominations available, who will go on to compete for the prize?
Anthony Hopkins threw himself into the Yuletide spirit in a charming video he posted to Instagram on Christmas Day.The acclaimed 84-year-old actor popped on a sparkly Santa hat and danced around at home to the amusement of his loved ones.Wearing his unmistakable mischievous smile, the Silence Of The Lambs star twirled around the floor to Leonard Cohen's Dance Me To The End Of Love. Sweet: Anthony Hopkins threw himself into the Yuletide spirit in a charming video he posted to Instagram on Christmas Day'Born free.
Netflix's Wednesday has broken a Nielsen record by becoming the series with the second biggest streaming week of all time, according to the Top 10 chart.The Addams family spin-off staring Jenna Ortega accumulated nearly 6 billion minutes of viewership during its premiere week.The viewing window spanned from November 21 to November 27 and, impressively, Wednesday was only available for the last five of the seven days. Record breaker: Netflix's Wednesday has broken a Nielsen record by becoming the series with the second biggest streaming week of all time, according to the Top 10 chart; Jenna Ortega pictured as Wednesday Addams The show premiered on November 23 and became an instant hit.Remaining in Nielsen's top spot is the July premiere week for the first half of Stranger Things season four.It was watched for 7.2 billion minutes, but, unlike Wednesday, the show was available to stream for all seven days.
Netflix’s Addams Family series Wednesday extended its reign atop the streamer’s English TV List, pulling in an additional 173.96M hours viewed for the week of Dec. 12. The series also increased its overall tally to 1.19 billion hours viewed to remain the second Most Popular English-language series on Netflix in its first 28 days of release, closing in on all-time champ, Season 4 of Stranger Things (1.35 billion hours).
. Shortly after showing off on a previous TikTok, nine-year-old daughter took on Thing from Netflix's .For those unfamiliar with all things Addams Family, Thing is a dismembered hand that's basically an additional member of the gothic crew. The creepy but lovable character also ends up playing a pretty important part in the Netflix reboot.
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Jenna Ortega's new show Wednesday is now Netflix's second most popular English-language TV series of all time.The series has overtaken Dahmer- Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story for the second place spot, according to Variety.The Tim Burton directed series is now also the third program on the platform to have garnered over a billion hours viewed within a month. Squid Game and Stranger Things 4 remain the only two other programs to have achieved this distinction.