Christina Ricci, best known for her iconic portrayal of Wednesday Addams in the 1991 and 1993 Addams Family films, made a thrilling return to the Addams universe with a captivating performance in season one of Netflix’s Wednesday. Ricci played the role of teacher Marilyn Thornhill, who turned out to be the season’s primary antagonist.
As the story unfolded, Ricci’s character experienced a dramatic and seemingly fatal conclusion – attacked by bees and left for dead. With such an unforgettable ending, fans have been left wondering whether Ricci will make a surprise return for the show’s highly anticipated second season.
Recently, Entertainment Tonight caught up with Christina Ricci and asked her about her potential involvement in the upcoming season. Ricci’s response was intriguing, to say the least, as she teased, “I don’t think I’m allowed to say.” While keeping the mystery alive, Ricci also expressed her interest in reprising the role, stating, “On my end, the door is open.”
Christina Ricci clearly enjoyed her time on the show, and it’s easy to see why. She enthused, “She was so fun to play! It’s always so fun to play a villain.” Her performance as Marilyn Thornhill was undoubtedly a highlight of the series, and fans would surely welcome her return.
As we eagerly await the release of Wednesday’s second season, Ricci’s enigmatic response has fueled even more speculation and anticipation. Will Marilyn Thornhill make a shocking comeback, or is her story truly over? Only time will tell, but one thing is for certain – fans of the Addams Family universe and Christina Ricci won’t want to miss what comes next.
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