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New Jenna Ortega Rom-Com to Premiere in June

Jenna Ortega is gearing up to grace the silver screen once again, this time in a brand-new movie scheduled to debut later this year at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival.

Teaming up with her fellow ‘Wednesday’ co-star Percy Hynes White, known for his role as Xavier Thorpe in the ‘Addams Family’ spin-off series, Ortega is set to star in ‘Winter Spring Summer Or Fall.’ The film, described as a romantic drama, promises to deliver a fresh take on the beloved tropes of romantic comedies, infused with youthful energy.

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Behind the camera, director Tiffany Paulsen, known for her work on ‘Holidate’ and ‘About Fate,’ brings her creative vision to life, while the screenplay, penned by Dan Schoffer, sets the stage for an engaging narrative. Produced by Brad Krevoy, Josh Shader, and David Wulf, the movie has already garnered attention with its intriguing premise.

According to the official description on the Tribeca Film Festival website, the film follows the journey of Remy (played by Ortega), a prodigy, who crosses paths with Barnes (portrayed by Percy Hynes White), a laid-back music enthusiast. As their lives become intertwined, a blossoming romance ensues, unfolding against the backdrop of changing seasons.

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But as the story progresses from winter to spring and summer, the couple faces the reality of Remy’s impending departure for Harvard in the fall, prompting them to reevaluate their priorities. Despite the challenges they encounter, their love story transcends generational boundaries, promising to resonate with audiences of all ages.

‘Winter Spring Summer Or Fall’ promises to deliver a quintessential Gen Z love story, filled with charm and heartfelt moments that will leave a lasting impression. Packed with classic elements such as the meet-cute, prom, and a climactic sprint, the film offers a nostalgic nod to the timeless themes of romance.

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