Netflix will update Ellen Page’s name throughout all titles he’s concerned with on the platform, The Post has confirmed, following the actor’s announcement he’s nonbinary, transgender and can now go by the name Elliot.
The streaming big is already in the method of doing so, the supply added, pointing to the IMDb page for the Netflix authentic collection “The Umbrella Academy,” the place Elliot’s name has already been up to date.
Page, 33, took to social media to share the information on Tuesday.
“I wish to share with you that I’m trans,” the “Juno” star wrote in a tweet that has garnered over 555,000 likes as of this writing, “my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot. I really feel fortunate to be scripting this. To be right here. To have arrived at this place in my life.”
Page goes on to specific “overwhelming gratitude for the unimaginable individuals who have supported me alongside this journey” in discovering his “genuine self.”
The “Tales of the City” star additionally calls out political leaders who “work to criminalize trans well being care” in the letter, telling them there’s “blood in your arms.”
“Trans, queer and nonbinary persons are a present to this world,” Portner, 26, captioned a repost of Page’s announcement on her Instagram. “I additionally ask for endurance & privateness however that you simply be part of me in the fervent help of trans life each single day. Elliot’s existence is a present in and of itself. Shine on candy E. Love you a lot.”
Celebrities together with music duo Tegan and Sara additionally came out in support of Page’s information. “Profound love and admiration for you @TheElliotPage,” the pair captioned a retweet of Page’s letter. “Your energy, bravery and activism — to not point out all. the artwork you contribute to this earth — is actually particular. Thank you for being so open about your journey and for combating so onerous to make the world a greater place.”