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Racial Biases in Tim Burton movies

What color do you dream in? Do your dreams reflect the reality of your world? What does your dream world look like? Award-winning director Tim Burton describes the world he dreams of as “white.”. Burton is known for his eccentric, gothic fantasy films such as “Beetlejuice,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas”...
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Tim Burton casts Wednesday in Addams Family Netflix series

Tim Burton has cast his Wednesday Addams, set to star in his live-action Addams Family spin-off series on Netflix called Wednesday. Jenna Ortega will play Wednesday Addams in the new eight-part show – the actress previously starred in Yes Day and You. Burton’s reboot series is reportedly set to be...
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Tim Burton-led live action mystery series WEDNESDAY casts its lead

It’s another WEDNESDAY announcement from Netflix! This time, the popular streaming service has confirmed actress Jenna Ortega as the lead in the brand new live-action mystery series being adapted by Tim Burton!. WEDNESDAY marks the directorial TV debut of Tim Burton who is also executive producer; he is joined by...
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Jenna Ortega Is Set to Play Wednesday Addams in Netflix's New Series From Tim Burton

Wednesday Addams is finally getting her chance to shine! (Metaphorically, since she's not a fan of the sun or the spotlight.) Netflix has ordered an eight-episode series on the eldest Addams child that features Wednesday as we've never seen her before. Following the initial announcement of the series in February, Netflix revealed that Jenna Ortega will be playing the fan-favorite character on May 19 (perfect, we know). Ortega is no stranger to the streaming service, having previously starred on You season two and in The Babysitter: Killer Queen and Yes Day.
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London Home of Hollywood Director Tim Burton Listed for $27 Million: See Inside!

Tim Burton is famous for his quirky genius – and the same applies to his former London home, which has been put on the market for $27 million. The Edward Scissorhands director lived in the Art Deco-inspired Eglon House in the upmarket Primrose Hill neighborhood of the British capital from 2016-2019 and used its 13,000 square feet of live/work accommodation to create the live-action remake of the Disney classic Dumbo.
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Juno Birch Thinks Tim Burton Is an Alien

Juno Birch is a self-declared "alien who crash landed to earth in 1962." She lives happy in Manchester, England, where she amuses herself by doing drag, making sculptures and (almost) passing for human. Birch is known for her otherworldly pastel skin tones, which run the gamut from lavender to blue to pink, and her outer space bouffant hairstyles. PAPER spoke to Birch about drag and her insider knowledge of the aliens among us.
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Jermaine Fowler Discusses ‘Coming 2 America,’ His ‘Fifth Element’ Spinoff Idea & His Love Of “Tim Burton Sh*t” [The Playlist Podcast]

Jermaine Fowler has already begun making a name for himself in films and TV series. He was the star of the CBS sitcom, “Superior Donuts” and has supporting roles in films such as “Sorry to Bother You” and the recent “Judas and the Black Messiah.” But perhaps the biggest role of Fowler’s career is coming up in the Amazon sequel, “Coming 2 America,” where he plays the long-lost son of Eddie Murphy’s Prince Akeem. On this episode of The Playlist Podcast, we’re sharing a recent interview we had with Jermaine Fowler.
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Streaming Roundup (2/19/21): Tim Burton to Direct Netflix Series About Wednesday Addams

Tim Burton will direct and executive produce a live-action series about Wednesday Addams for Netflix. The streamer describes “Wednesday” as a “sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy. Wednesday attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago.”
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Tim Burton Is Sending Wednesday Addams to School

In news that out–Hot Topics even the Cruella trailer, Netflix announced today (Wednesday, we’ll have you know) that Tim Burton is making his directorial TV debut with a series based on Wednesday Addams, called, of course, Wednesday. This “live-action coming-of-age comedy” will follow Wednesday of The Addams Family through her school years as a student at Nevermore Academy, where she “attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago.” Burton will executive-produce the eight-episode series, which does not yet have a cast announced. Between Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Fate: The Winx Saga, and this, Netflix is really carving out a “girls at dark-magic schools” niche, huh?
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Netflix Announces Live-Action Wednesday Addams TV Series From Tim Burton

The Addams Family is coming back to the world of live-action television, and visionary filmmaker Tim Burton is getting behind the camera for the new effort. It was announced last year that Burton was going to direct a live-action Addams Family series, and that Smallville EPs Alfred Gough and Miles Millar would be serving as showrunners. On Wednesday afternoon, Netflix announced that it would be releasing the new series, and that it's not actually about the entire Addams family. The new show is called Wednesday, and it's about everyone's favorite troublemaker.
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We’re Officially Getting a Live-Action Netflix Series About Wednesday Addams (from Tim Burton!)

Wednesday Addams is returning to the small screen. And who better to bring her back than Netflix and Tim Burton?. On Thursday, it was announced that Burton’s live-action Addams Family show has been given a straight-to-series, eight-episode order by the streaming platform. Titled Wednesday, the coming-of-age comedy was written by Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar. Wednesday will not only mark the big return of the beloved family but Burton’s first live-action show and his TV directing debut as well.
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'Addams Family' Live-Action Wednesday Addams Spinoff Series From Tim Burton Ordered at Netflix

Netflix has put in an eight-episode order for Tim Burton's live-action Addams Family series focusing on the family's female trouble maker, Wednesday Addams. According to Deadline, the series will be a detective mystery with supernatural elements. Penned by Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar, the comedy series –– which is named after the young character –– will follow the iconic character in her student years at Nevermore Academy as she attempts to stop a killing spree that terrorizes the local town, conquer her newly discovered psychic powers, and solve the strange mystery that trapped her parents Gomez and Morticia Addams nearly 25 years ago.