“I would love to be a superhero — that’s all I want to do is play a superhero. And let’s be real, I could kick some ass. We all know I could kick some ass.”
Heck yeah she could! But which one should she play?
We put our thinking caps on and put together a list of unclaimed costumes Gina could fit into! Check ‘em out (below)!
Talk about kick-ass! Marvel‘s masked martial artist Angela Del Toro is a sometimes friend/sometimes foe to Daredevil. If they decide to have her on the Netflix show, Gina is a PERFECT choice!
Guillermo Del Toro is still planning to put this DC Comics powerhouse in his proposed Justice League Dark movie. Gina definitely has the 1000-watt smile necessary to play the stage magician-turned-superhero.
In a word, this feline-powered Avenger is FIERCE! Something Gina knows all about!
Ya know, Marvel still haven’t cast that Inhumans movie.
And they’ll need a powerful actress to pull off this princess who can control the elements with her emotions!
Which superhero would U like to see Gina Rodriguez play??
The Miami Hurricanes travel to Pittsburgh Wednesday night, taking on a Panthers team fresh off of a tough Sunday night loss at Wake Forest. Both the Hurricanes (18-11) and Panthers (19-11) are fighting for a berth in this month’s NCAA tournament, though both teams face an uphill battle with the selection committee. The teams are tied for eighth place in the always-tough Atlantic Coast Conference and will need impressive performances in the ACC tournament to advance.
The ‘Canes, led by junior guard Sheldon McClellan and junior center Tonye Jekiri, have a handful of close losses to quality opponents. They lost by five points at Notre Dame, by two points at Louisville and by nine in a double-overtime home game against Virginia (all of whom are Top 25 teams). The Panthers, on the other hand, have impressive wins at home against Notre Dame and Louisville—though they have also lost by double digits to Duke, Virginia Tech and San Diego State.
Morgan Motors has officially unveiled the revamped Morgan Aero 8 for 2015. This particular variation of the Morgan Aero 8 is to become available solely in convertible options. The classic elongated hood is still present as well as the car’s defined shoulders and shortened rear. The overall design of the ride is slightly more aerodynamic, however, while much of the interior still embodies the same vintage look of luxury. Under the hood you will find a 4.8-liter V8 accounting for 367 horsepower, as buyers can then select either six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmissions.
The new and improved Morgan Aero 8 isn’t expected to arrive until fourth quarter 2015, but you can get a closer look at what is to come via the imagery above and the video below.