Supergirl soars as the season’s top rated new series, featuring Melissa Benoist as Superman’s cousin Kara Zor-El, and a primarily female cast of major characters. Its debut episode’s delightfully fun and decidedly feminist attitude dealt with double standards women face — though she has all of Superman’s powers, Kara’s discouraged from trying to save the world. Between Supergirl‘s super-success on CBS and Netflix’s hotly anticipated Nov 20 debut of Marvel’s superheroine series Jessica Jones, it’s worth asking this question a hundred times: Why are we waiting so long for a superheroine movie? And why, meanwhile, are we expected to settle for regendered movie remakes that fall flat? Plus the latest on Ava Duvernay, Reese Witherspoon and women in animation. Read this week’s THE WEEK IN WOMEN.
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