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22 Sep 2014 15:26 - 22 Sep 2014 15:34 #38230 by lfan
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22 Sep 2014 15:34 - 22 Sep 2014 15:35 #38231 by lfan
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I originally suggested AnnaSophia Robb, but now that the show description ("....24 years old.....") gives a little more more leeway in terms of age, I've rethought my optimal choice. Adrianne Palicki has said before in interviews that Supergirl is her "dream role", but unfortunately, I think she's already superhero'ed out with the failed WW Pilot (eventhough I thought she was pretty good) and now tied up as Mockingbird on S.H.I.E.L.D. But what about her Friday Night Lights co-star, Aimee Teegarden:



She's the right age (actually IS 24 I believe) and has gotten into fabulous shape since her tenure on FNL. As for the hair and eyes, well, that's certainly easily solved! Interestingly, I also she resembled (I think) Laura Vandervoort a lot in this pic -- at least the face.

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22 Sep 2014 16:31 - 22 Sep 2014 16:47 #38233 by dauntingmold
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On the other Supergirl thread I suggested Ashley Benson, but it appears she's a non starter because she's already the lead in another series, so I'll go for a relative unknown, a Canadian actress by the name of Natalie Hall (I'm afraid I'm a complete technophobe, so I can't post a picture because I don't know how to) She's 25 blond 5' 5" and reasonably athletic looking (not essential for Supergirl, but I wouldn't like to see a stick thin Supergirl). She was in the last series of True Blood, and also Starcrossed, so she does have acting credentials.


Moderator: Here's a little Natalie Hall for ya in a "made for fantasy" type of scene :)

If they have a bigger budget, I think Amber Heard would also make a mighty fine Supergirl :)

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22 Sep 2014 18:31 - 22 Sep 2014 18:32 #38234 by shadar
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I wonder if they want a blonde or a brunette for the role? Per the comics, wigs are going to be involved one way or the other, and by tradition, Linda wears a brown wig which she removes when she's the naturally blonde SG.

But... I'm thinking this series might be mostly about Linda, with an short scenes involving SG, so it might be easier to cast a brunette and then put her in a blonde wig for those rare scenes. They might also do the "blur" thing from Smallville.

Alternatively, the producers could say to hell with tradition and show her as a blonde all the time, Linda and SG. The idea that someone can hide behind a wig is nearly as silly as hiding behind a pair of glasses. Might have worked in the 30's to 50's when hair coloring was not common and relatively unsophisticated, but now we are all used to identifying women who have changed their hair color. I think hiding under a wig is a silly bit of tradition that they could dispense with.

I mean, with the possible exception of this group of folks, how many people see a ridiculously cute, fit blonde and wonder if she's SG? <grin>

And we can't forget that facial recognition software and the massive deployment of cameras on phones are going to make it impossible to hide as SG. The government is going to want to know who she is, and they have formidable ways to make an ID based on a facial photo. Hair color isn't even part of the process, which I think depends on facial bones and basic features that can be identified much like a fingerprint. And don't forget paparazzi and other celebrity stalkers.

Given that, how do Linda and SG maintain their separate identities? Linda is going to have a student ID or driver's license or some other kind of photo ID, so h er photo will be in the system. And every phone and surveillance camera will be a prospect for getting a photo of Supergirl. One snapshot is all it would take.

Remember, this is a world that has Superman in it. People will be used to snapping pictures of flying people. A rumor about Superman having a young female counterpart will fly to the top of the News in such a world.
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22 Sep 2014 19:02 #38235 by lfan
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In the 80s run of the Daring New Adventures of Supergirl (#17), they briefly ditched the whole wig nonsense and went with a special "molecular comb" that changed her hair color from brown to blonde we she ran her hair through it. Can't remember the exact pseudo-science behind it (not that it matters), but I thought it was a fairly good alternative from the tired old "wig disguise". I seem to remember she used the premise to dispel someone's accusation that she was supergirl wearing a wig ("See? It's real!!")

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shadar wrote: I wonder if they want a blonde or a brunette for the role? Per the comics, wigs are going to be involved one way or the other, and by tradition, Linda wears a brown wig which she removes when she's the naturally blonde SG.

But... I'm thinking this series might be mostly about Linda, with an short scenes involving SG, so it might be easier to cast a brunette and then put her in a blonde wig for those rare scenes. They might also do the "blur" thing from Smallville.

Alternatively, the producers could say to hell with tradition and show her as a blonde all the time, Linda and SG. The idea that someone can hide behind a wig is nearly as silly as hiding behind a pair of glasses. Might have worked in the 30's to 50's when hair coloring was not common and relatively unsophisticated, but now we are all used to identifying women who have changed their hair color. I think hiding under a wig is a silly bit of tradition that they could dispense with.

I mean, with the possible exception of this group of folks, how many people see a ridiculously cute, fit blonde and wonder if she's SG? <grin>

And we can't forget that facial recognition software and the massive deployment of cameras on phones are going to make it impossible to hide as SG. The government is going to want to know who she is, and they have formidable ways to make an ID based on a facial photo. Hair color isn't even part of the process, which I think depends on facial bones and basic features that can be identified much like a fingerprint. And don't forget paparazzi and other celebrity stalkers.

Given that, how do Linda and SG maintain their separate identities? Linda is going to have a student ID or driver's license or some other kind of photo ID, so h er photo will be in the system. And every phone and surveillance camera will be a prospect for getting a photo of Supergirl. One snapshot is all it would take.

Remember, this is a world that has Superman in it. People will be used to snapping pictures of flying people. A rumor about Superman having a young female counterpart will fly to the top of the News in such a world.

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22 Sep 2014 19:21 #38236 by shadar
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The "charged particles on the hair" and comb was a neat twist.

But I think the real issue today is facial recognition software. Unless she can morph her face, she's not going to be able to maintain two identities for long. And that won't work on TV unless they use two actors. Don't see that as likely.

Unless they did the Peter David spin with the "Matrix becomes Linda thing" from the 90's. Linda went blonde and grew four inches in height and became leaner when she morphed from Linda to SG. Those were her only two forms. Not my favorite interpretation of the character, although I did like the earlier Lex Luthor and Matrix books when Matrix could look like anyone or anything. That was imaginative but bizarre.

lfan wrote: In the 80s run of the Daring New Adventures of Supergirl (#17), they briefly ditched the whole wig nonsense and went with a special "molecular comb" that changed her hair color from brown to blonde we she ran her hair through it. Can't remember the exact pseudo-science behind it (not that it matters), but I thought it was a fairly good alternative from the tired old "wig disguise". I seem to remember she used the premise to dispel someone's accusation that she was supergirl wearing a wig ("See? It's real!!")

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shadar wrote: I wonder if they want a blonde or a brunette for the role? Per the comics, wigs are going to be involved one way or the other, and by tradition, Linda wears a brown wig which she removes when she's the naturally blonde SG.

But... I'm thinking this series might be mostly about Linda, with an short scenes involving SG, so it might be easier to cast a brunette and then put her in a blonde wig for those rare scenes. They might also do the "blur" thing from Smallville.

Alternatively, the producers could say to hell with tradition and show her as a blonde all the time, Linda and SG. The idea that someone can hide behind a wig is nearly as silly as hiding behind a pair of glasses. Might have worked in the 30's to 50's when hair coloring was not common and relatively unsophisticated, but now we are all used to identifying women who have changed their hair color. I think hiding under a wig is a silly bit of tradition that they could dispense with.

I mean, with the possible exception of this group of folks, how many people see a ridiculously cute, fit blonde and wonder if she's SG? <grin>

And we can't forget that facial recognition software and the massive deployment of cameras on phones are going to make it impossible to hide as SG. The government is going to want to know who she is, and they have formidable ways to make an ID based on a facial photo. Hair color isn't even part of the process, which I think depends on facial bones and basic features that can be identified much like a fingerprint. And don't forget paparazzi and other celebrity stalkers.

Given that, how do Linda and SG maintain their separate identities? Linda is going to have a student ID or driver's license or some other kind of photo ID, so h er photo will be in the system. And every phone and surveillance camera will be a prospect for getting a photo of Supergirl. One snapshot is all it would take.

Remember, this is a world that has Superman in it. People will be used to snapping pictures of flying people. A rumor about Superman having a young female counterpart will fly to the top of the News in such a world.

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22 Sep 2014 19:37 #38237 by lfan
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Well , I think the whole "superpowers" thing has a bit of suspension of disbelief built in which carries over into people not recognizing secret identities, despite the advances in technology. :) I think the stuff you bring up is valid and might be integral even to a plot line or two (e.g. someone hellbent on discovering her identity plugs into all the traffic cameras, etc), but I personally think the show writer's are best served to conveniently just "ignore" it rather than try and deflect it -- like in the comics.

As for Peter David. I just don't get him......I think his run on Supergirl was utter crap as well -- the whole angelic thing. Friggin stupid......

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shadar wrote: The "charged particles on the hair" and comb was a neat twist.

But I think the real issue today is facial recognition software. Unless she can morph her face, she's not going to be able to maintain two identities for long. And that won't work on TV unless they use two actors. Don't see that as likely.

Unless they did the Peter David spin with the "Matrix becomes Linda thing" from the 90's. Linda went blonde and grew four inches in height and became leaner when she morphed from Linda to SG. Those were her only two forms. Not my favorite interpretation of the character, although I did like the earlier Lex Luthor and Matrix books when Matrix could look like anyone or anything. That was imaginative but bizarre.

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22 Sep 2014 20:12 #38239 by shadar
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That's one way to handle it by ignoring it... we'll see. But even on Smallville, Clark made sure he was a blur most of the time to avoid cameras. Kara allowed herself to be photog'd, but she didn't really have a functioning or consistent secret identity. Or more correctly, and illusive one. Until the very final episode that she appeared in, she didn't wear a wig or anything.

Anyway, I'm sure the whole secret identity thing will be a discussion among the writer(s) and production staff, and they could go one of several ways. As Smallville showed us, you can portray an iconic character in very different ways than the comics and still be successful.

I'm just hoping they don't do the "no fly, no costume" rule that governed most of that long-running series. But if they do employ a costume, will it be tight, skimpy, and revealing? That sets a very high standard for fitness and physical appearance.

My money says they avoid all that and she winds up with costume concepts that are a bit like Smallville's... red and blue colors made up of bits of ordinary clothing but not any of the iconic costumes with an "S" on her chest. Hope I'm wrong, but the sense I'm getting is that this is going to be a "Linda Danvers with with emerging special abilities that suggest Superman's" show, where those special abilities are briefly shown with cheap special effects, perhaps more and more as the series continues. That might still be interesting, especially as she learns to be more like him, but I'd be surprised (very happily, however) if we get a full-blown costumed superheroine flying around in the sky. Budget alone would kill that, not to mention the controversy over her wearing skintight outfits with micro-mini skirts and upskirt shots and the whole thing. That's probably too sexist for current general public (not to mention Millennial) sensitivities.

But, I'm always prepared to be proven wrong. In this case, I'm hoping so.

Although I'm not sure I'm ready for something like this;

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lfan wrote: Well , I think the whole "superpowers" thing has a bit of suspension of disbelief built in which carries over into people not recognizing secret identities, despite the advances in technology. :) I think the stuff you bring up is valid and might be integral even to a plot line or two (e.g. someone hellbent on discovering her identity plugs into all the traffic cameras, etc), but I personally think the show writer's are best served to conveniently just "ignore" it rather than try and deflect it -- like in the comics.

As for Peter David. I just don't get him......I think his run on Supergirl was utter crap as well -- the whole angelic thing. Friggin stupid......

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shadar wrote: The "charged particles on the hair" and comb was a neat twist.

But I think the real issue today is facial recognition software. Unless she can morph her face, she's not going to be able to maintain two identities for long. And that won't work on TV unless they use two actors. Don't see that as likely.

Unless they did the Peter David spin with the "Matrix becomes Linda thing" from the 90's. Linda went blonde and grew four inches in height and became leaner when she morphed from Linda to SG. Those were her only two forms. Not my favorite interpretation of the character, although I did like the earlier Lex Luthor and Matrix books when Matrix could look like anyone or anything. That was imaginative but bizarre.

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22 Sep 2014 20:32 #38240 by Susan Donym
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Teresa Palmer for Supergirl!!!!!!

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22 Sep 2014 21:42 #38242 by mo
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They have to have supergirl in full costume and using her powers surely? If they don't - what's the point?

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22 Sep 2014 22:05 #38244 by shadar
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People said that about Clark/Kal El in Smallville, but it ran for what, 10 seasons? All the while holding to the "no tights, no flights" rule, not to mention limited powers rules until the very end (and then they just gave us a peek).

The point was that a lot of people liked the show as it showed the development of Clark Kent as he grew into becoming Superman, with the focus on the man and not the powers. More soap opera than drama in my mind, but good enough that it made money and kept getting renewed.

The potential Supergirl show depicts her development from living an ordinary life into becoming Supergirl. Sound familiar?

Smallville was produced in BC, just like the potentially upcoming Supergirl show (which might not be called that, by the way).

Remember, we, the true believers, are not the prospective audience. Not enough of us. It has to appeal to "soap opera" style romantic drama lovers if its going to make money. I just hope it doesn't have the endless young-love romantic angst of Smallville, but more than likely it will. Many a heart beat faster when seeing Tom Welling on screen (most of them female, I suspect). The recipe has been established. I assume we'll see "Smallvilleisms" all over this thing.

mo wrote: They have to have supergirl in full costume and using her powers surely? If they don't - what's the point?[/quote

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22 Sep 2014 22:11 #38245 by AJF
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It has not been reported where the show will film. It could film in Georgia or Louisanna both which are giving BC a run for the their money in getting tv and film projects.
Berlanti might want to cast an actress he's worked with before.

Ashley Hinshaw could be a good choice.

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22 Sep 2014 22:13 - 22 Sep 2014 22:13 #38246 by lfan
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Guys --

I think we're getting a little OT (myself included)........unless you are posting pics of candidates or debating names, please do not post in this thread. You can use this thread instead or start another one.

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23 Sep 2014 11:11 - 24 Sep 2014 08:05 #38251 by Dru1076
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I think one actress who could really pull off the role well and look great doing it is Emilia Clark.

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23 Sep 2014 13:41 #38252 by Woodclaw
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A long time ago I toyed with the idea of creating a fantasy-based version of many DC heroes and the idea behind Superman and Supergirl was that they had dragon blood in their veins ... thinking of Emilia Clarke as Supergirl freaks me out a bit.

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23 Sep 2014 15:29 - 23 Sep 2014 15:31 #38253 by SCOTT R
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The way I see it, the powers that be need to make this show really shine. Call the show SUPERGIRLS! Here's how..on her way to our planet, Supergirl gets pulled into a Red Sun and gets duplicated into numerous near copies of herself. They all head to Earth where they have lots of awesome adventures; endless story possibilities! They have constant arguments, love interests, etc. for the soap opera drama audience, while at the same time bending steel around some evil bastard's head, fighting assorted alien weirdos and providing lots of eye candy for people like me. Everyone is happy. Then the network can justify hiring all the hot babes posted on this thread and then some. And, if things get boring for whatever reason, the Red Sun spews out a few more superchicks who fly to Earth for more action packed episodes! Guaranteed 20 seasons at least!
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24 Sep 2014 15:29 #38271 by castor
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Good Call on Teressa Palmer.

Shes a pretty, but always very likable action heroine. The movies shes been in (i am Number 4, The Soccocers Aprentice, Warm Bodies), haven't always been good-but shes almost always the best part of them-shes just very good at kicking ass as an athletic strong and tough but not unsympathetic character. She can do comedy pretty well and shes a likable every woman. She looks a bit like Supergirl, and shes good at looking at things slightly askew.

If there going for a complete unkown shes a little to big an actress for it-but yeah i could see a world where they go for her. That could really work

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P.S i can't honestly tell anyone alive to watch I am Number 4, but for real fans of this stuff-the 10 minutes or so shes in this as a superpowered Alien heroine aren't bad. In general its a bad movie with some not bad stuff.

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24 Sep 2014 16:31 #38272 by fats
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There is going to be a rule imposed on this thread.

No more long wordy replies this thread, this thread is for people to propose who they want to see and when the do they must post a pic of the named person to support their argument.

there is already a thread for long wordy replies this is not that thread.

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24 Sep 2014 19:58 #38276 by kshoo
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I like Skylar Samuels. She was in the short-lived "The Nine Lives of Chloe King", and i think she'll look the part.



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29 Sep 2014 01:38 - 29 Sep 2014 01:43 #38341 by shadar
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I've come across a number of people who are suggesting Alona Tal for the role. So I looked her up. She's got the acting chops, is likely available and here are three picts (the last one is amazing). They won't find anyone fitter.

Like Gal Gadot, she's an Israeli. I wonder what it means if two Israeli women are playing WW and Supergirl? What would the odds be of that?

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29 Sep 2014 04:35 #38342 by shadar
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Here's what she might look like after wardrobe got done with her. A special bra and blue contacts that also make her eyes look a little larger. You can tweak and fake those, but not that kind of muscle definition.

As I see it, every Kryptonian we've seen in this latest and ongoing movie franchise has been muscular... and given she can toss around locomotives, it's only fitting that she's got the arms for it.

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29 Sep 2014 05:21 #38343 by TwiceOnThursdays
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That last picture is amazing. Too bad that it's edited to give her those muscles. (That's what the E symbol, means, it was edited by edinas, and it was sourced from his DA gallery.)

Though she's a good choice. A bit short (5'4) but she handled action scenes well on several shows (Supernatural and Burn Notice). I see she was even cast in the ill fated Powers Pilot that I'd LOVE to see. (as well as the one for Ultra). She's a good actress as well. Supergirl probably doesn't have to be tall -- and in some ways making her short works pretty well. Adds to the "Super" effect. Don't try to hide her height, but her next to 6'4 thugs and have her beat them up. There are FAR worse choices.

Though she's 30, so she's at the top end of the age spectrum (not that you can tell).

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29 Sep 2014 23:38 #38347 by bionicskillz
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I would hope that Emilia Clark would never give up working on a show like Game Of Thrones for this or any new series.

Dru1076 wrote: I think one actress who could really pull off the role well and look great doing it is Emilia Clark.

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30 Sep 2014 02:26 #38349 by shadar
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Agreed... she's vital to GOT and one of my favorites (although thinking like that is a good way to be devastated in George RR Martin's books. He waits until you are attached to a character and then violently and unexpectedly does them in. No secret, of course, to his faithful readers/viewers). Given he's still writing the books, who knows if ANYONE survives the story.

But if not for GOT, she'd be excellent except for her height. But as others have said, that could be worked, but ideally the actress should be 5'7 to 5'10. Kara was variously described as 5'6 to 5'8" in the books. I think they were shooting for average to a bit more than average height, but that average has been increasing in the population since the 1950's. Growth hormones in the food. Whatever.

bionicskillz wrote: I would hope that Emilia Clark would never give up working on a show like Game Of Thrones for this or any new series.

Dru1076 wrote: I think one actress who could really pull off the role well and look great doing it is Emilia Clark.

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30 Sep 2014 16:06 - 01 Oct 2014 06:32 #38351 by castor
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Wanted to bring up a good but perhaps slightly left field suggestion.

Jane Levy.

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Levy for those who don't know is the star from Suburgatory a couple of years ago, and The Evil Dead Remake. Shes a very good Comic Actress-shes good at looking pained as the world turns agianst her-but also in the Evil Dead-i would say she was probably in the top 5 action heroines in the last 10 years. I may put her actually on the top depending on the day of the week.

I would think the rap agianst her-she is not necessairly model thin most days-but if you told me she spends six months in the gym if she looks impressive i would belive it. Its generally easier to turn from Fat to Muscular then Skinny(and there is no world actually where she fat). And she has reddish brown hair...like Linda. And as i think i have said i suspect your going to see maybe 5 minutes of Supergirl per episode thats fair.

I have said this before on other posts- Cast for the Secret identiy. And i think she could do that great but in the evil dead there is a momment where she turns from a screaming victim to a chick with a chainsaw for a hand-and that moment is wonderful. If they can get that momment in a series then they have something.
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