Since becoming the daughter of the Addams family, Jenna Ortega hasn’t stopped working. The Netflix series has featured a before and after in the young actress’ career. We know that there will be a Season 2 of ‘Miracles’, but the recording has not yet stopped, moreover, it may be delayed due to the commotion of screenwriters and actors in the United States. The belts she stars in on the main stages and in the first photos of her next project on the big screen.
Jena Ortega is one of the protagonists of ‘Finestkind’, a film whose images have just been published in which we see ‘Miracoles’ with a very different ‘look’., The actress shares scenes with Ben Foster, Toby Wallace and Tommy Lee Jones in this “thriller” that tells the story of two crime-fighting brothers and a young woman caught between the two.
If nothing changes, Straps will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival to head to theaters in September. This is not the only project of Jenna Ortega, as we remind you that we will also see her in ‘Death of a Unicorn’, a horror comedy with Paul Rudd; In ‘Winter Spring Summer or Fall’, the strap that matches Percy Hines White; and as Lydia’s daughter, in the expected second part of ‘Bitelchus’. You want to see it in all these versions.
Marietta is the current affairs and culture editor at Cosmopolitan and has been an expert on cinema and television series for over a decade. When you’re not writing, you’ll find it in front of the screen analyzing the latest premieres from Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max, Disney+ and the rest of the streaming platforms, recommending interesting titles you might want to ask Are. ,
Interviews with actors, between criticism and television fiction news. In your recorder you will find chats from your interviews with Blanca Suarez, Mario Casas, Ursula Corbero, Ana de Armas, Miguel Angel Silvestre, Leonardo Sbarraglia, Lily Collins, Danger of the Sea, ‘Emily in Paris’ or Christina Hendricks, ‘Mad’ . men’, to name a few.
In other professional phases, she has also written about culinary arts, fashion and beauty. By the way, she is the author of the essay ‘The Secret Face of the Beauty Business’ for Almuzara Editorial.
Marietta Taibo has a degree in journalism from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and is a member of the Higher Courses in Marketing and Communication of Fashion and Lujo from Elle and Universidad Complutense magazine. His first steps as an editor were in the economics section of La Cleve’s current magazine, until he made the leap into society and culture, which was his true passion. Later, I worked at El Confidential and I was at the women’s magazine AR as coordinator of the cultural agenda and head of the cinema section. From there, he moved to Supertelly and TP magazines and in them he spent ten years writing skins and series, a job he combined with Babylon Magazine as a collaborator, reporting in depth on culture, until he was six. Years ago Cosmopolitan did not reach.