Wednesday Bloopers Show A Different Light of Jenna Ortega

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While it is clear that an actor is and should be separated from their prominent character roles, Wednesday fans can’t help but grow attached to Jenna Ortega’s performance as the macabre teenager on Tim Burton’s Netflix show. Due to some demands of fans, Netflix has just released their Wednesday bloopers, which shows a different light of Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams.

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One of the many things that Jenna Ortega gets full praises from is not only her uncanny resemblance in depicting Wednesday Addams, but her determination to stay true to the character. She had to train herself not to blink as much when doing scenes, taught herself how to play the Cello, and even choreographed Wednesday’s dance moves.

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In fact, fans can’t distinguish her from the character even more after she had admitted to performing autopsies on dead lizards when she was younger. However, with Wednesday’s upcoming seasons reportedly in the works due to its huge success on Netflix, we get to see more and more of Jenna Ortega as herself. The actor even admitted how her first scary horror film caused her nothing but nightmares until she turned 15.

Now, with the release of Wednesday bloopers, fans get to witness Jenna Ortega goofing off with her cast members, breaking character by smiling and showing some dimples, and even accidentally hitting co-star Emma Myers (who plays Enid) in the face. You can watch the Wednesday bloopers below:

Meanwhile, fans took to Twitter their reactions seeing the show star outside the gothic getup. Some have been gushing over seeing Emma Myers and Jenna Ortega being sweet together, while others freak out about Ortega's dimples. Check out some of the fan tweets below:

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You can watch all episodes of Wednesday Season 1 on Netflix.

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