Fans Want Aubrey Plaza In Wednesday Season 2 After SAG Awards moment with Jenna Ortega

Fans Want Aubrey Plaza In Wednesday Season 2 After SAG Awards moment with Jenna Ortega Netflix

Are Aubrey Plaza and Jenna Ortega the same person? Many fans seem to think so after seeing the actors on stage together at the 2023 SAG Awards. They teamed up to present the award for Best Male Actor in a Television Movie and Limited Series. It was hilarious, especially given the pair’s deadpan delivery. Now, viewers are calling for Plaza to be cast in “Wednesday” Season 2.

“I don’t know why they paired us up together,” Plaza monotones on stage. Ortega replies, “Yeah, I know. We have nothing in common.” Plaza then says, “We should find the people who did this,” with Ortega adding in, “And curse their families and watch as misfortune follows their bloodline for the next seven generations.”

The resemblance between Aubrey Plaza and Jenna Ortega is uncanny, for sure

And while most people hadn’t even considered pairing the two up, once it happened, fans were thrilled and wanted more.

“Seeing Julie and Wednesday together was not on my 2023 bingo card, but it’s welcomed,” one person wrote on Twitter. Another added, “They are the Gen Z and Millennial version of the same person.”

Even Netflix’s official Twitter account said Plaza should join the second season of “Wednesday.” They wrote, “I have nothing to do with casting, but how incredible would Aubrey Plaza be as one of Wednesday’s relatives in season two?!?” Don’t tease us!

One person suggested that Plaza could be cast as Fester’s love interest, Dementia. Others simply voiced their support for the idea, begging Netflix to “make it happen.” Another fan described it as a “dream come true.”

Given that “Wednesday” Season 2 hasn’t started filming just yet, there’s still time to incorporate Plaza. Whether or not it’ll happen is another story, but now that the idea is in our heads, we can’t stop thinking about it! Make it happen, indeed.

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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