You never know which flavor of cult-fave cutie Summer Glau you're going to get, but does it really matter when all of 'em are so finger-lickin' delish?! Check out our exclusive clip from Monday's Chuck to see Summer in yet another role. Hint: She's rocking some supercute Buy More duds.
From River Tam to Cameron Phillips, Summer Glau has spent the last decade creating some of the genre world's most adored ass-kickers, which is one of the wonderful reasons why her latest gig -- as businesswoman Isabel Rochev on Arrow -- is, simultaneously, playing against her type and playing perfectly into her wheelhouse. As die-hard comic book fans know, there's a lot more to Isabel Rochev than power suits, so will we eventually see this incarnation slip on her iconic costume? That was one of the questions I posed to Glau when we chatted earlier this week about her Arrow arc, the appeal of verbally confident characters and the upcoming reveal that will blow fan minds!
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I am unabashed fan of slight, pale-skinned sylphs who look as fragile as butterflies punching bad guys through brick walls. But she infiltrates. They infiltrate. They hide.
It seems to be semi-official that The Cape has been dry-cleaned and folded for the last time. And we've heard people talking about a "Summer Glau Curse," in which no power in the 'verse can keep her on the air. Okay, seriously?
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Just when we thought that this autumn's US television line up was looking a little weak for new sci-fi and fantasy shows, NBC is pressing ahead with a pilot for a brand new superhero show, The Cape. The show is about a framed ex-cop who is trying to clear his name, basically by becoming a superhero. But, with a firm nod of the head to Kick-Ass it seems, this particular superhero has no powers at all, and just a fancy costume to wear.