Stargirl's new trailer: Brec Bassinger accepts his fate
CW has released a new promotional trailer for DC Universe Stargirl's upcoming superhero series, featuring new images of Brec Bassinger's Courtney Whitmore as she accepts her fate of superhero. A new preview of the Justice Society of America program version was also featured at the end of last night's Crisis on Infinite Earths, which you can check out below along with the new promotion.
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The series also features Amy Smart (Butterfly Effect), Roman Trae (Robbie), Anjelika Washington (Shameless, Young Sheldon), Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul Giancarlo, Joel McHale (Community) as Starman, Lou Ferrigno Jr ( SWAT) as Rex Tyler / Hourman, Brian Stapf as Wildcat, Luke Wilson (Charlie & Angels) as Pat Dugan, Henry Thomas as Dr. Mid-Nite, Joy Osmanski (The Santa Clarita Diet) as Tigress, Neil Hopkins (Matador)) as Sportsmaster and Nelson Lee (Mulan) as Dragon King.
Stargirl will follow the story of Courtney Whitmore (Bassinger), who is an intelligent girl, athletic and above all kind. The seemingly perfect life of this high school teenager hits a shock when her mother marries and her new family moves from Los Angeles, California, to Blue Valley, Nebraska. Struggling to adapt to a new school, make new friends, and deal with a new foster family, Courtney discovers that her stepfather has a secret; He used to be a superhero's mate. "Lending" the long-lost hero's cosmic team, Courtney becomes the unlikely inspiration for a whole new generation of superheroes.
Character creator Geoff Johns will write and produce the series through his banner of Mad Ghost Productions, alongside Greg Berlanti and Berlanti Productions. This series should not be confused with the upcoming Disney Stargirl, based on Jerry Spinelli's young adult novels first published in 2000.
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Stargirl joins a growing list of new DC-based shows that will be available for the DC Universe service, including Titans, the teenage hero-based live action TV series; Young Justice: Outsiders, the long-awaited sequel to the fan favorite animated series; Harley Quinn, a new animated series starring the anti-hero villain; Patrol of Fate, a spin-off of the Titans series starring the strangest group of heroes; and Swamp Thing, a new live action series based on fan favorite character.
The series is scheduled to debut in spring 2020.