The time has finally come: Wednesday of Netflix is officially out and Jenna Ortega, the protagonist of the series, is obviously celebrating by remembering all the dark things in her life. An example above all: performing autopsies on dead animals… just for fun. What?
Jenna revealed this slightly macabre tidbit from her childhood in a recent one interview with Wired. “I used to perform autopsies on small animals when I was younger,” the actress said very casually to the camera, describing herself as a “weird».
Do not worry: Jenna didn’t actually kill the animals she autopsied. Instead, he limited himself to dissecting small animals-lizards, to be exact-post-mortem. Jenna said they were usually creatures she found already dead in her garden (in a surprising twist, in the same interview Jenna reveals she was a vegan for a long time, until she started to turn Wednesday in Romania. Now it is pescetarianso no more dead animals in his life, except fish).
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«There is an invisible thread that connects me to serial killers, monsters, creatures. It doesn’t matter where I go. I feel like it’s something that has always attracted me since I was little, something that has always fascinated me. Those are my favorite scripts.”
«I love things that are a bit disconcerting, things that, if you look closely, aren’t all that beautiful. I love creepy stuff,” Jenna added, “Horror movies are what got me out of fear. Usually it’s the other way around, but I fell in love with the job, with the passion behind it».
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“I wish people could see the other side of horror movies,” said the actress, who added: “We were laughing so much the whole time. We shot a scene with Ghostface in the last one scream, and there was a day [in cui] we couldn’t stop laughing as they gave their monologue. It’s not that serious. It’s really hard to scare me.”
However, there are things that scare Jenna in real life: confronting herself, abandonment, not finding true love and, above all, losing a loved one.
Source: Vanity Fair
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