Jenna Ortega Leaves Viewers Disturbed after Watching Her ‘Creepy’ Scene with Martin Freeman

Jenna Ortega Leaves Viewers Disturbed after Watching Her ‘Creepy’ Scene with Martin Freeman

Jenna Ortega has left audiences astounded with a provocative scene from her latest movie, causing quite a stir among her fans.

Ortega, known for her role in Netflix’s “Wednesday” and as Tara Carpenter in the “Scream” franchise, has rapidly gained a significant fan base. Yet, a particular scene in her 2024 film “Miller’s Girl” has sparked a mix of reactions. In the film, she portrays Cairo Sweet, an 18-year-old talented writer, alongside her teacher Jonathan Miller, played by Martin Freeman. The movie delves into the complex dynamics between professor and protégé, particularly highlighted in a steamy scene derived from a story written by Sweet, rather than their actual characters.

This creative choice did not prevent social media from buzzing with discomfort and surprise at seeing the two actors in such an intimate setting.

One user expressed their unease, stating, “Bro I did not need to see Jenna Ortega and Martin Freeman getting it on on the tl.”

Another highlighted the scene’s intensity, commenting, “MILLER’S GIRL SPOILER. This scene is f-ing crazy #jennaortega #MillersGirl,” while a third shared their discomfort, “I feel very weird while watching this or it just me ?? sorry but not sorry bruh!”

Despite some negative reactions, others found the uproar amusing, given the film’s genre as an erotic thriller drama.

A fan humorously overreacted, “NO, NO, NO, NO, NO! Jenny Ortega, how dare you act such a scene. That’s it, You are grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded, grounded until the next season of Netflix Wednesday Series.”

Another pointed out the obvious, “An e**tic thriller starring Martin Freeman and Jenna Ortega lol like what were people expecting,” and one reminded others of Ortega’s profession and age, “People know she’s 21 and she’s an actress right, she’s not a Wednesday.”

Despite the divided opinions, “Miller’s Girl” has struggled to resonate with both audiences and critics alike. The film has garnered a 33 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 45 percent audience score. Its reception on IMDb is similarly lukewarm, with a score of just 5.5 out of 10.