Tim Burton-Directed Wednesday Addams Series Set at Netflix
Netflix has ordered a live-action series, which will feature Wednesday’s Adams, the daughter of a gothic family, directed by Tim Burton.
Netflix has described “Wednesday” as a “praise”, supernaturally infused mystery charting. To master her emerging psychic abilities on Wednesday, thwart a demonic murder spree that terrorized the local town, and unravel the supernatural mystery that engulfed her parents 25 years ago – Nevermore Navigating her new and very intriguing relationship. “
“The Addams Family” and “Addams Family Values” by Christina Rikki were most praised for the role. Lisa Loring starred as a character in the 1960s “Adams Family” TV series, and Chloe Grace Moretz voiced her in the most recent animated films. Depending on the adaptation, Wednesday is either the elder or younger sister of his brother, Pugsly.
Along with directing, Burton will executive produce with Alfred Gough and Miles Miller, producers of “Smallville”, who will serve as lead writers and shorts. Additional executive producers include Andrew Mittman for 1.21, Kevin Miserocchi, Kayla Alpert, Jonathan Glickman for Glenmania, and Gayle Burman. The series is from MGM / UA Television.
“The Addams Family”, first created by cartoonist Charles Adams in 1938, has many examples of on-screen iterations. The most notable version of the 1990s came with a pair of live-action films starring Rikki, Raul Julia, Anjelica Huston, Christopher Lloyd. There was also an animated TV series around the same time. The most recent version has been a computer-animated film in 2019, with a sequel of 2021.
Burton is best known for films such as “The usual gothic-comedy tones of the Addams Family” such as “Edward Sizzoordhands,” “Nightmare Before Christmas” and “Beetlejuice”.
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