The designer of the series “Wednesday” revealed the features of creating the main character's room
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The sensational series continues beat streaming records.
Became known the details of the creation of the room Wednesday Addams and her friend Enid. People writes about this.
The main character of the sensational series and her friend lived in the dormitory of the Nevermore academy for children with supernatural abilities. Special attention was paid to the creation of their room.
According to Wednesday set designer Mark Scruton, the room was deliberately divided in half in terms of design, as it showed the polarity of the characters of the main characters.
This space was designed by Scruton and Tim Burton before deciding where they would shoot the film.
“We knew it had to have these two opposing characters. When Wednesday first enters this room, Enid herself practically an outcast because she lives alone in this colorful isolation when Wednesday comes in. We had to find a way to show it in a very graphic, stylized way, using bright colors and black and white,” says the designer.
As for the interesting stained glass in the room, Mark Scruton admitted that the window should have dominated the room as the centerpiece.
“We decided that it would be better to open it than the door. It became very metaphorical for their relationship – from which side of the window they came out and how they interacted with We tried to let light through the windows in different ways so that all the colors were just on the Enid side, and there was nothing on the Wednesday side, “the director admitted.
In addition to the noticed interior details, hidden elements were designed in the room. In particular, Scruton talked about Wednesday's crystal ball carrying case. It was designed as one of the towers of the Addams family mansion.
In particular, he spoke about the unique objects in the space of the daughter of Gomez and Morticia Addams.
“The Wednesday side is very interesting because it has nothing but incredibly specific objects. We looked at the key elements it required, such as a bed and a desk, and then went on a worldwide search to find the most perfect items for Wednesday . Her desk was brought from London, and her typewriter was from America,” Scruton reveals all the cards.
Meanwhile, K-pop culture became a source of inspiration for creating the light side of the room.
“We had a huge pile of colorful, incredible items. We tried them all and rearranged them, and then just kept adding,” the director adds.
In addition, Mark Scruton spoke about an unnoticed element that also played an important role in creating the two polar sides of the room.
“In total, there were about 90 lamps on this set alone – from garlands to table lamps and hidden lights under things,” the designer notes.
Wednesday continues to break records for the streaming service. In the week of December 5-11, 2022, the film starring Jenna Ortega received an additional 269.67 million hours of views and took first place in 90 countries, according to Deadline's latest data.