‘Wednesday’ Premiere Recap Episode 1 – Tim Burton Monsters Explained

The following contains spoilers from WednesdaySeries Premiere and Episode 2. Proceed accordingly.

After narrowly escaping death twice and being mysteriously rescued by a murderous monster, WednesdayThe title character of may finally have found a place she loves.

In the series premiere, Wednesday (played by Jenna Ortega) rushed into the woods to rescue her classmate, Rowan, only to find out he had tried to kill her. He believed she was the one who would destroy Nevermore Academy and that it was his destiny to stop her. But before he could complete his mission, a giant animal intervened and saved her life.

While the creature’s motives remain unclear at this point in the story, there is no denying that it is a creation of Tim Burton. just look at the eyes

Wednesday Tim Burton Monsters

“This is literally Tim’s design,” co-showrunner Al Gough tells TVLine. Burton, who directed the episode, was frustrated when the team couldn’t agree on a final look at the 50 or 60 different versions that were being sketched. Then he drew a watercolor painting of the monster, and that became what you see on screen.

“I find it so original, unique and creepy. That’s exactly what we wanted,” explains Gough. “There’s that one creature designer in Hollywood that everyone goes to like him stranger things people, and it has a resemblance or familiarity. But this one is very unique. We were so excited to have something special for the show and for Tim.”

How do you feel? Wednesday until now? Rate the premiere below, then listen in on the comments.

https://tvline.com/2022/11/23/wednesday-premiere-recap-episode-1-tim-burton-monster-netflix/ ‘Wednesday’ Premiere Recap Episode 1 – Tim Burton Monsters Explained

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