Summer Glau attented the world premiere of the movie "Tron Legacy", starring Summer's The Cape co-star James Frain, on December 11, 2010. She looked gorgeous on the red carpet at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood.
|12 Dec 2010|
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Message #3 | Kiran | 08 Mar 2012, 12:01 GMT
I always find it ietnresting when people watch a tv series in hopes of simply turning their brain off. The wonderful thing about Whedon is that his shows make us think. The slow pace of the episodes may not be enough to keep the attention of TSCC fans, who have become used to the ooh-look-shiny-colors-and-movement action that simply envelopes the mind and lets you sit back. Whedons shows all have that tongue-in-cheek humour; that wonderful back-and-fourth witty conversation; and let's not forget memorable actors from other shows playing roles big and small in others! Dollhouse is different for many reasons, however, I feel the most prominant is simply that- like real life- it takes time to develope your character. Echo isn't thrust into the big-bad-conspirecy initially. She starts off as an active who is just like any other in the doll house. Later in Season One, we find out more about the characters story, past, present, and future. I'm so, so excited to see this series back for a second season. It's true that it's a loss for fans of TSCC, though I implore you to take a chance on Dollhouse, Season 2, and learn more about the actives as they're portrayed in the show. Congrats to Dollhouse for their second season, and I can't wait to see Ms. Glau in her special role.