It seems that for as long as there has been a camera, capturing fantastical worlds and stories for the big and small screen, there have been female characters in very specific roles. The damsel in distress, desperately in need of the strong, handsome cowboy to ride through the wild west
Warning: Spoilers from Wonder Woman within this review. There are superhero movies about superheroes. Then there are superhero movies that are so much more. Wonder Woman was the first film in the DC Extended Universe that was able to encapsulate the latter. Sure, the Woman Woman name drew me in.
A new season of Supergirl means a new season of roundtables where Fangirlish writers Alyssa, Lizzie, and Lyra discuss the hot topics from every Supergirl episode. In the third episode of Supergirl’s second season, Kara and co. welcomed the President of the United States (Lynda Carter) to town in the
Lynda Carter is coming to Supergirl season 2. And she’s got a superpower of her own. Deadline has reported that Carter has been cast as the President of the United States in the show’s sophomore season. Carter’s addition to the Supergirl shouldn’t come as a total surprise given producer Andrew
Fans will have to wait a little less to see Wonder Woman in theaters. Warner Bros. has announced some updates to its cinematic calendar on Wednesday. The studio has moved up the standalone Wonder Woman film, starring Gal Gadot, from June 23, 2017 to June 2, 2017, which gives us the already hyped
It sounds like Wonder Woman might be coming to Supergirl. Supergirl executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg teased former Wonder Woman Lynda Carter’s debut on the show…soon, as in not this season, but next (via EW). While Supergirl has yet to officially be renewed for season two, earlier this