Copycat isn't one of Marvel's more well-known heroines, but that may change when Morena Baccarin plays the mutant shapeshifter Vanessa Carlyse, starring in the upcoming Deadpool movie alongside Ryan Reynolds.
Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool movie is going to have romance in it? That's... that seems kind of weird, doesn't it?
The former star of Firefly has joined Gotham as Leslie Thompkins, a doctor who cares for Gotham's neediest, a friend of the deceased elder Waynes, and a surrogate mom-to-be of young Bruce Wayne. Thompkins will be a recurring character in season 1, but Baccarin will officially join the cast full-time in season 2.
Morena Baccarin was our favorite Companion on Firefly, and now she's an inscrutable lizard queen on V. How does she manage to play a character who ostensibly has no human emotion, but grapples with tons of family drama?
Nick Fury will be getting an awesome new female sidekick in The Avengers, according to Samuel L. Jackson. But who? And what cool female character from Avengers lore could director Joss Whedon be drawing on?
What's Morena Baccarin doing with that giant rat? And that baby? Here's an exclusive high-res image from tomorrow night's V episode, in which we finally get the rodent mistreatment we've wanted all along. Spoilers below.
What does it mean to be human? It's a question science fiction's been asking since the first stories of aliens and strange encounters. But, as last night's V proved, to comprehend that question, you need to know who's asking. Spoilers...
Three generations of alien ruler attended NYCC on Saturday — Visitor royalty Laura Vandervoort, Morena Baccarin, and Jane Badler were on the scene and ready to talk up the Visitors' return this November.
Jane Badler, a.k.a. the villainous Visitor Diana from the original V series, will be joining the cast of ABC's V next season as a new Diana. This time, she'll play lizard queen Anna's alien mother.
What's in store for the next season of V? The debut of Anna's mother and strained familial ties in both Erica's household and Anna's, uh, spaceship. We talked with the show's leads after their panel at Comic-Con.
We somehow missed this ultra-brief V promo which ran during Lost the other night — apparently charismatic lizard queens love Lost too. We can't decide if this is the best cross-promotion we've seen lately, or just the weirdest. [KSiteTV]
Let all your worries slip away, as Morena Baccarin's Anna gives a naked inspirational speech about living fluidly, in a fairly dead-on parody of motivational tapes. What do you think: Should the makers of last night's V be without regret?
It's the final V of 2009 tomorrow night, and we've already watched it. The resistance ramps up, the Vs move forward with their nefarious plans, and Chad is a man-whore. But mostly, it's all about the cult of Morena Baccarin.
On last night's V, we found out how Anna (Morena Baccarin) keeps her alien army in line — she gives them "The Bliss." Which is probably just as dirty as it sounds. All in all, a corking installment. Spoilers below.
We spent ten precious minutes with V's Morena Baccarin, our favorite alien visitor — and she answered all our questions, as long as they painted her in a positive light. Of course, we had to ask her if she's Obama.
V exceeded many people's expectations last night, getting 13.9 million viewers and coming first among adults aged 18-49. But is the show just one big anti-Obama screed, as some have claimed? We'll answer that question... with spoilers.
It's hard to have faith in ABC's remake of alien-Trojan-horse show V. Paradoxically for a show about aliens who inspire unquestioning love and loyalty, it's been questioned constantly. But there's still hope, and you should still tune in tonight.
If Firefly's Morena Baccarin told you that you weren't bad-looking yourself, what would you do? Hand over your planet to her? Us too. The aliens' insidious plan is already working perfectly, judging from new V clips.
The remake of aliens-bearing-gifts show V aired an epic trailer last night during FlashForward. But now the show, which was already on a production hiatus, has had its shutdown extended according to one fansite. Is the alien invasion failing?
Moody, weird, and genuinely scary, the premiere episode of new ABC series "V" has us convinced that there's life after Battlestar Galactica. We saw the whole thing at Comic-Con and have a spoiler-free report.