First look at Jenna Ortega's new movie with Wednesday co-star

Jenna Ortega reunites with Wednesday co-star Percy Hynes White in the first look at Winter Spring Summer or Fall.

The teen romance movie brings the pair — who play Nevermore Academy students Wednesday Addams and Xavier Thorpe in the Netflix series — together again as teens who fall in love on the final day of each season for a year.

Winter Spring Summer or Fall is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City before opening in cinemas later this year.

The project comes from writer Dan Schoffer (Not Cool) and director Tiffany Paulsen, the filmmaker who previously wrote the Netflix Christmas movie Holidate and Emma Roberts's rom-com About Fate.

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Winter Spring Summer or Fall will feature Marisol Nichols (Riverdale), Adam Rodriguez (Magic Mike's Last Dance) and Jacqueline Emerson (The Hunger Games) alongside Jenna.

Jenna Ortega has a hugely busy year ahead, with multiple high-profile film and TV projects in the works.

The actor will be starring with Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder and Catherine O'Hara in Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, where she'll play Delia Deetz's daughter Astrid.

Also on the way from Jenna is director Taika Waititi's science fiction movie Klara and the Sun and Paul Rudd's dark comedy Death of a Unicorn.

Her erotic thriller, Miller's Girl with Martin Freeman, is set to land on Netflix later this month.

Netflix will also be the home of the second season of Wednesday, which recently cast Steve Buscemi (The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire) in a mysterious role alongside Jenna. Big changes are afoot as the teen comedy series will move its production base from Romania to Ireland for the new season.

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Winter Spring Summer or Fall is expected to open in cinemas this summer.

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