Netflix Wednesday star Jenna Ortega has been criticized by Hollywood producer and filmmaker Steven DeKnight.
DeKnight, 58, took to Twitter to condemn Ortega’s actions, which he revealed during an appearance on Dax Shepard’s podcast. Armchair expert.
In the same podcast, Ortega admitted that he changed lines from the script and became almost “unprofessional” on set. Wednesday.
DeKnight, who directed such hit shows Daredevil and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, he explained that while he loves “talking to actors about their lines/stories,” sometimes stars “don’t have the full picture of where the story is going (on TV) and why some lines are needed to make sense as a whole.”
He also blamed Ortega’s age for his actions, but said he should have known how things worked.
Heath is an actress who played Ellie in the psychological drama You At Wednesday’s gathering, she shared that Addams, who was “very defensive,” had “put her foot down” to the point of being “unprofessional” because of her family nature.
He also said it “didn’t make sense” for his character to be in a “love triangle” and he repeatedly told the writers no to plot points, even sometimes “changing lines” in the script.
However, Wednesday Despite Ortega’s behavior, it was a huge success for Netflix as it topped the charts.
The series was also the second-highest English-language show of all time, with 1.02 billion hours watched in the three weeks since its debut on November 16, 2022.