Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman.

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman.

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Forget about Hillary Clinton. The first female President of the United States has already been elected, and it's Lynda Carter.

The actress you may remember as Wonder Woman has been cast in the second season of Supergirl, where she'll play the President in a multi-episode arc that will start with episode three. She'll be joining Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin, who was just cast to play Supergirl's cousin, Superman.

If you want to see how all of that plays out, you should remember that the show is making the jump to The CW when it returns to TVs this fall.

Yes, a familiar face (well, mask) is returning in 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'

Also returning later this year: Darth Vader.

Entertainment Weekly confirmed this week that the iconic Star Wars villain will be appearing in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. That shouldn't be much of a surprise, considering the spin-off film takes place before A New Hope, when the Empire rules the galaxy with an iron fist.

Also unsurprising is the news that Vader probably won't be in the movie too much, but here's the good news: He will be voiced by the man who has haunted your ears since the original film came out: James Earl Jones.

If zombies are more your thing, you're in luck, because Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for The Girl with All the Gifts, based on the critically acclaimed science fiction novel of the same name. 

Now, look, I know. Zombie stuff has been played out. Heck, off the top of my head I can think of at least three zombie video games that were announced just last week at E3. But this story comes highly recommended, so hopefully the movie lives up to the book's high bar.

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