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‘Yellowjackets’: Melanie Linsky says season 2 is adding ‘older versions’ of characters (exclusive)

'Yellowjackets': Melanie Linsky says season 2 is adding 'older versions' of characters (exclusive)

'Yellowjackets' season 2 looks to be adding a few more adult versions of the teenage survivors.

As yellow Jacket Preparing to begin filming Season 2, star Melanie Lynskey revealed that Showtime’s hit survival series is busy adding new — and especially older — members to the cast. “I know new ones are coming,” the actress reveals to ET’s Lauren Zima while promoting the release of her latest series, the Hulu true-crime saga candy, “Older versions of a couple of young actors they’re trying to cast right now.”

Not only that, but Lynskey thinks “they’re about to cast an old Vans,” a fan-favorite currently played by Liv Hewson in the previous timeline, as the remaining Canadians continue to face off in the Rockies. where they are trapped.

When it comes to who might play the older version of the character, the internet has thrown up many ideas. But the Critics’ Choice Award winner has a great suggestion: “Natasha Lyonne,” the longtime actress who currently stars on Netflix russian doll, “She’s a friend of mine and I’m obsessed with her, but she’s so busy,” Lynskey says, noting that she’s “just like, like, the dream of casting it.”

Of the current young characters, the cast agrees that Van is the one they most want to see as an adult, especially “because I want a lot.” [Liv] To be on the show forever and ever,” Lynskey said back in February, while co-star Tanny Saru said that “it would be really fun to see an adult Taissa get together with an adult Van and see where he goes.” And what is that history about.”

Meanwhile, showrunners Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson are busy putting together new episodes, while promising they’ll “bet up” in Season 2. “We’re still figuring out exactly when we start filming, but we want to move forward as quickly as possible,” Lyle said of resuming production, “which will be a big part of cliffhangers.” [season 2], We don’t want to leave anyone hanging for long.”

This certainly explains why Lynskey says she hasn’t received a script yet. “I think they’re doing some profiling,” she shares, noting that she’s trying to stay out of her way and not bother them with too many questions as the story progresses. has been “I’m trying to leave them alone for a while because I can get a little nervous in terms of trying to get information because I want to know everything. I need as much information as I can get. So , I’m going to give them a little space before they start bothering them.”

Never mind, Lynskey is sure the new episodes will be just as good, if not better, than Season 1. “The writers are very good. I mean, I thought last year I was excited to see what happened and then every script I was like, ‘This is what’s happening? That’s crazy!'” she says. “So, I’m all the more excited for those moments. i hope i get some more scenes with christina [Ricci] Because in the last episode I only had stuff with him and he’s so funny. ,


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