Jenna Ortega's Wednesday & Ghostface Face Off in Scream 6 Fan Art

Scream 6 fan artwork imagines what it will appear to be if the slasher sequel’s killer Ghostface squared off in opposition to Jenna Ortega’s character from Wednesday as a substitute of her Scream character Tara Carpenter. Wednesday, which premiered on Netflix in November 2022, is a reboot of the enduring Addams Family franchise following Wednesday Addams (Ortega) as a teen coping with varied murderous and supernatural threats whereas looking for herself on the non-public faculty Nevermore Academy. Wednesday turned a large hit for the streaming platform and even earned Ortega a Golden Globe nomination for her efficiency.

On Twitter, fan artist BossLogic shared a brand new design impressed by the upcoming launch of Scream 6 on March 10.

The artwork is impressed by the Scream 6 poster the place Ghostface’s iconic masks is peering out from behind a subway window, displaying off the movie’s New York City setting. This time, Ghostface is looming over Wednesday, who’s staring up on the killer with a flinty expression whereas the disembodied hand Thing sneaks up behind with a knife.

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One factor that this paintings highlights is that Ortega is really a Scream Queen for Gen Z. The actress, who started her profession when she was solely 10 years outdated, started her horror profession fairly early, showing in Blumhouse’s Insidious: Chapter 2 in 2013 in what was solely her second movie function and fifth function general. She adopted that with a voice efficiency within the eerie animated miniseries Over the Garden Wall in 2014, however horror did not actually start creeping extra absolutely onto her resume till 2019, when she took a recurring function in season 2 of Netflix’s Penn Badgley stalker collection You.

From then on, she skilled an enormous increase in horror roles. In the span of simply three years, she appeared in You, the Samara Weaving sequel The Babysitter: Killer Queen, Scream 2022, the Foo Fighters horror-comedy Studio 666, Ti West’s X (a part of the Pearl trilogy), the satire American Carnage, and Wednesday. With Wednesday season 2 renewed and Scream 6 promising to usher in a brand new department of the enduring slasher franchise, Ortega’s horror bona fides will solely proceed to develop.

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