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Friday, October 17, 2014



Jena Malone Cast in 'Batman v Superman' as...Carrie Kelly?!


Several months ago Sucker Punch alum and Hunger Games star Jena Malone was seen visiting the set of Batman v Superman. Many thought this meant she was in the film but others wrote it off as her just meeting her old friend & director of Sucker Punch Zack Snyder. Well recently she revealed to US Magazine that she had dyed her hair a bright orange. Then some news website put two-and-two together that the actress maybe playing Carrie Kelley from Mark Miller's The Dark Knight Returns. While this was a complete stretch to think that this was the case a grad student and extra on the film just recently leaked info to a local Michigan news station that a female Robin will indeed appear in the film.

 This was quickly dismissed as an extra getting his 5-mintues of fame for "leaking" information on the film. Well now The Wrap has been informed this grad student is possibly being sued for $5 Million Dollars by breaching his Non-Disclosure Agreement with WB. Could what he have said is true?  It certainly seems that way because later today The Hollywood Reporter went onto confirm Jena Malone will indeed appear in the film but it's unknown as to which character:
"Jena Malone is in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cast...whether or not she is playing a female version of Batman’s erstwhile sidekick Robin, remains close to the Bat-chest."
It's still unclear who Jena Malone is playing but one thing is for sure.....she will be in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice!

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