The actor stars as Vanya Hargreeves in the superhero series based on the Dark Horse Comics story of the same name. Vanya is a gendered woman who has unstable powers that allow her to influence her environment through force using sound, which she usually conveys through her violin.
Despite the character being a woman and Page revealing his identity as a man, there are no plans for the series to change Vanya or Page stop playing the role in the upcoming third season, according to variety.
The outlet is citing an insider who claims that in addition to keeping the page about “Umbrella Academy,” Netflix is currently in the process of changing its name on all of the metadata it appears on the streaming service.
Netflix representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Umbrella Academy focuses on a group of adopted siblings who share a unique quality in that they are all born with a unique superpower. The plot, in many ways, is very reminiscent ofTenth of the men, In which Paige played Kitty Pride in two films.
Season 2 of “Umbrella Academy” dropped on Netflix in July and quickly became the most popular title on Netflix’s library in the first week of its release, according to Nielsen data (via The Hollywood Reporter). The outlet reported that US users watched just over 3 billion minutes of the two seasons of the show.
Page, 33, moved to Twitter on Tuesday at He comes out in public as a transgender man In a lengthy statement.
“Hey friends, I want to share with you that I crossed, our pronouns are / them and my name is Elliot. I feel lucky to be writing this. To be here. I have reached this place in my life,” The statement begins.
Paige reflected in his gratitude for the support he had received as he embarked on this new chapter.
“I feel so grateful to the wonderful people who have supported me throughout this journey. I cannot begin to express how great it feels to finally love who I am enough to follow my true self,” Paige continues.
“I have been inspired by many in the transgender community without borders. Thank you for your courage, generosity and hard work to make this world a more inclusive and compassionate place. I will provide any support that I can continue to strive for a more loving and equal society.”
Page’s announcement comes six years after it was publicly announced He came out as gay At a conference in Las Vegas for educators and counselors who work with LGBT youth. In 2018, the star married her partner Emma Portner. The two reportedly met on Instagram.
In his statement, Paige requests “patience” as he moves. While admitting his “joy is real,” the Hollywood star tells fans that it’s “fragile”, too.
Fox News Channel’s Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.
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