Tim Burton’s career has seen ups and downs. Although he is a director with a characteristic stamp and sometimes copied, the truth is that some of his productions ended up being shadows of others of his same films or there are even films that, having not been directed by him, his style is everywhere. , What The strange world of Jack or 9.
However, one of the titles that would seem to be Tim Burton but actually had nothing to do with is the film adaptation of Mad Addams, a film directed by Barry Sonenfield and starring Anjelica Houston, Raul Julia, Christopher Lloyd and Christina Ricci.
Now the director of Bettlejuice, Big Eyes Y The young scissorhands Among others, he ventures into his first television project in a series about one of the members of the Los Locos Addams family: Merlina. This is how the NXonNetflix account was released:
Are you ready for the best Wednesday ever? A Wednesday Addams live action series following the spooky icon’s coming of age is coming to Netflix. And with it, Tim Burton will be making his TV directorial debut! pic.twitter.com/rKQ7oZU645
– NX (@NXOnNetflix) February 17, 2021
The official synopsis of the series is as follows:
“The eight-episode series is an intriguing, supernatural mystery that depicts Merlina’s years as a student at the quirky Nevermore Academy. She will try to master her emerging psychic abilities to stop a monstrous murder spree that has terrorized the town and in the process solve the supernatural mystery that involved her parents 25 years ago. All of this while navigating the new and tangled relationships of the strange and diverse student group. «
Naturally, being the first announcement, there is no further information about the cast or the release date for the Merlina Addams series. However, we can know that there will be at least eight episodes, will it be a miniseries or are they thinking about it in a series format?
What actors who repeat regularly with Tim Burton would you like to see in this series focused on the universe of Crazy Addams?
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Sergio López Aguirre Stanley Kubrick once said « To have a broader vision, not only see good movies, but also the bad ones » obviously I listened to him in the second and it is very funny.