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“It is hard to articulate the way that feels. You know, I’m putting on tights and it feels like I’m putting on something like I used to when I took dance class. But then, you get the cape and I turn around and look in the mirror and I see the “S” and something clicks inside. And there’s… it just really does transform… internally. It’s hard… it’s impossible not to feel empowered and to feel hope and strength and brave when I’m wearing it. I feel like a different person.” – Melissa Benoist on how was it when she first put on the Supergirl costume.

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“When I was at Oxford University I used to break into balls. Like fancy balls. It was great! So there’d be a ball coming, where the college would be shut off and everyone would buy their over expensive tickets and regalia. We’d find out what the wristbands were and essentially would forge. One ball they had a yellow laminated wristband so we then went shopping for folders- you know with the laminated bits? We’d strip off that section and cut it into the thickness of the bands and would flash them at the bouncers.” – Alfred Enoch

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“I never really understood why actors get paid so much money. But now I feel like it’s because they have to sacrifice their lives sometimes, you know? Some people may want that, but I said it: I’m shy and reserved, and there is nothing about me that wants to throw myself out to the world like that. I don’t resent those people or anything, but it’s hard to feel like you’re a person. You go around everywhere and people treat you like a doll.” – Dylan O'Brien