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'Marvel's Runaways' Gets Renewed For Season 3!

'Marvel's Runaways' Gets Renewed For Season 3!

Marvel’s Runaways is coming back for another season!

Star James Marsters just revealed that Hulu has decided to bring the show back for a third season.

“The showrunner just told the cast that we’re in for a third season. I just got that last night,” James told the crowd at Lexington Comic & Toy Con.

He later added, “I probably just broke all kinds of Marvel rules.”

Runaways follows six teenagers, played by Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, Gregg Sulkin and Allegra Acosta — who barely can stand one another but who must unite against a common foe: their parents.

The second season of the series followed the Runaways as they left their home and their evil parents and learning to live on their own.

We can’t wait for season three!

Sofia Carson Originally Auditioned For A Different 'The Perfectionists' Character

Sofia Carson Originally Auditioned For A Different 'The Perfectionists' Character

Sofia Carson wasn’t always going to be Ava Jalali on The Perfectionists!

The 26-year-old actress originally auditioned for Sydney Park‘s role, according to showrunner I. Marlene King.

Sofia was doing an arc for us on Famous in Love when we were casting this, and I knew she was a big Pretty Little Liars fan. I just love and adore her, so she came in and read. I hadn’t had time to write a scene for her character yet, so we gave her a scene from Pretty Little Liars and just changed the names, but she knew immediately that it was a Hanna-Mona scene from what season and when,” Marlene explained to The Wrap.

She added, “She initially read for Sydney’s character, but she’s such a fashion icon that we thought — even though in real life she’s such a Spencer Hastings — making her this coder-fashion icon was such a perfect fit. Because she is such a workaholic and just such a smart, bright young lady.”

Now we can’t see anyone else as Ava!

Zane Holtz Proposes to Lucy Hale for 'Katy Keene'

Zane Holtz Proposes to Lucy Hale for 'Katy Keene'

Zane Holtz gets down on one knee and pops the question to Lucy Hale in a scene for their upcoming CW pilot Katy Keene on Friday (March 22) in New York City.

The co-stars filmed the proposal scene in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.

Lucy is playing the title character in the show and Zane plays K.O. Kelly, Katy Keene’s boyfriend described as “a semi-pro boxer with an incredible body.”

Katy is described as “a twenty-something New Yorker who aspires to be a fashion designer. When she’s not working as a personal shopper at a luxury department store, she’s navigating friendship and dating in the big city.”

Katy Keene is a spinoff of the Riverdale franchise.

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Will More 'PLL' Cast Members Appear on 'The Perfectionists?'

Will More 'PLL' Cast Members Appear on 'The Perfectionists?'

Besides Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish, will more stars from the original Pretty Little Liars series make their way onto The Perfectionists spin-off?

Here’s what showrunner I. Marlene King had to say in a new interview with TheWrap:

On early casting decisions for The Perfectionists: “As [PLL] started coming to an end — maybe a year before — I started talking to the cast and floating around the idea of who’s ready to move on and who’s ready to keep exploring their characters and where they go from here. And Sasha and Janel were both really excited about the opportunity to do that. Warner Bros. had the rights to Sara’s book, and I thought this was such a great place to explore new secrets, new lies, and incorporate a couple of our great O.G. characters.”

“They were really excited about getting to explore their characters more. And I was excited because I really didn’t think we got to see enough of Mona on the first round of PLL. I know fans wanted to see more and learn more about her. They wanted her to have romance and a full life beyond just being that sort of Crazy Mona on PLL. So that was a real no-brainer for me.

On Mona’s role: “You’re going to have to wait and see. Mona was never really trustworthy on PLL — I mean, she loved Hanna, but she still hit her with a car — but I think you’re going to get to see a side of Mona that you haven’t seen before, and you’re going to be able to trust her a little bit more than you were on the other show.”

On whether or not she’s chatted with other familiar faces about popping up on the show: “Yeah, I think they’re all really excited for us. And because the show is premiering this week, we’re all getting together, there’s lots of different opportunities for the cast to support the show, and they’ve all been really fantastic. There’s quite a few people who’ve expressed interest in coming on. But for the first season, I felt it was really important to launch the show on its own and let it stand on its own two feet, so it’s not really about those appearances. But I think next season we’ll be a lot more open to having some of those OGs and those fun moments. I will say, though, even though we don’t see them, there are moments through Mona and Alison where we find out what’s going on in Rosewood. We will get information from them about what the other characters are doing.”

The Perfectionists airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Freeform!

Sofia Wylie on Marvel Rising's Riri Williams: 'You Can Be a Superhero by Just Being Yourself'

Sofia Wylie on Marvel Rising's Riri Williams: 'You Can Be a Superhero by Just Being Yourself'

Sofia Wylie is dishing on what makes her Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors character, Riri Williams (aka Ironheart), truly awesome.

The Andi Mack actress shared her thoughts in a new interview with TV Guide.

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“Everybody wants to be a superhero growing up,” she said. “[Riri] doesn’t have these amazing supernatural powers; she’s just a regular girl that is so strong and independent and determined, and that is why she’s a hero. That is great representation because it shows that you don’t have to be this far-out, far-off superhero to really be that in a story. You can be a superhero by just being yourself.”

“I’ve gotten so many amazing, heart-warming direct messages from fans saying how they tried out for the basketball team because of Riri and how they felt like they could do it because she did that,” she continued. “It made them more comfortable in their skin because they saw someone who looked like them on television.”

“It’s really incredible,” she added. “It’s just like I have this big, huge family all across the world, and my fans…it’s so weird saying fans…we’re learning and growing together.”

'Perfectionists' Showrunner Marlene King Sees The Series Going For A Long Time

'Perfectionists' Showrunner Marlene King Sees The Series Going For A Long Time

I. Marlene King has high hopes for The Perfectionists, the second spinoff series for Pretty Little Liars.

In a new interview with The Wrap, the showrunner is opening up about her big picture vision for the show.

“I think we have just a richness of opportunity in this new world,” Marlene says. “I don’t want to spoil anything, but there are so many great characters and such a rich woven story that there’s going to be tentacles from this first story that go one for a long time with plenty of twists and turns.

She continued, “With Pretty Little Liars, I thought that we’d be lucky to go for five seasons, so to get to go for seven, honestly, I just give so much credit to the fans and to the actors.”

Marlene even says that there could be more spinoffs in the future.

“I feel like there’s absolutely a world [where that’s possible],” she says. “There were all these meetings about ‘should it be Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists or PLL The Perfectionists‘ and then someone explained to me that if we want more to come, it should have a colon.”

“So we’re definitely open to expanding the universe. It’s so much fun to play in this world, so I’m always open to new ideas and new tentacles to explore.”

The Perfectionists airs Wednesdays on Freeform.