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  1. Alexandra Shipp, X-Men: Apocalypse, 2015.   Shipp sails through  again…  Amber Stevens and Zendaya (Disney’s latest TV girl star) were  also seen by producer-director Bryan Singer about inheriting the new weather-manipulator Ororo Munroe/Storm from Halle Berry in the opening quartet, 1999-2013. "A big monster of a movie," declared propducer-director Bryan Singer. “A kinda conclusion of six X-Men films, yet a potential rebirth of younger, newer characters."  
  2.  Rosa Salazar, Alita: Battle Angel, 2016. The very tall (gets it from her parents) dazzler tested for Yukito Kishiro’s manga heroine in the first collaboration between directors James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez. Santa Barbara’s Maika Monroe and Bella Thorne (106 screen credits by 2021) were also seen by producer Cameron. He voted for Marylander Salazar. He’d had been trying to direct a film about the cyborg  since 1995 but  little things kept getting in the way. Like Titanic and the Avatars... "The guy's just so freakin' smart," said Rodriguez, helming his first movie since Spy Kids in 2000.  "Getting to learn from someone like that was the greatest internship ever."
  3.  Halle Bailey, The Little Mermaid, 2020. Zendaya ("to give thanks" in the language of Shona) and  Jane Levy were leaders of the pack vying for the titular Ariel as Disney continued struggling with diversity in its castjng. Tragically, the early release of the caused a b(l)lacklash from the usual racists farting on anti-social  media about the choice of the exquisite Bailey. Hawke and Lindsay Lohan were also in the mermix. The Covid 19 pandemic delayed the release until 2023… during which Zendaya became an even bigger star due to her third Spider-Man film and the Dune and Euphoria series.

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