*NEWS FLASH* Elizabeth Tulloch cast as The CW’s Lois Lane

THR has announced that Grimm actress Elizabeth “Bitsie” Tulloch will pick up her press pass and take on the role of Lois Lane for The DCTV/CW crossover this December.

Tulloch will play opposite Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman and Ruby Rose’s Batwoman.

Tulloch joins the elite sorority of actresses who have taken the First Lady of DC Comics to non-animated adaptations.

Past actress includes:

  • Joan Alexander: The voice of the very first Lois Lane adaptation in The Adventures of Superman, which aired on radio from 1940 to 1951
  • Noel Neill:  The first actress to portray Lois onscreen. She starred in a 15-chapter film serial in 1948 and again in Atom Man vs. Superman. The actress also starred in the 1950s TV series Adventures of Superman.
  • Phyllis Coates: Coates starred in the first TV show adaptation of Superman from 1952 to 1953.
  • Margot Kidder: Arguably the most famous Lois Lane actress, Kidder starred opposite Christopher Reeve’s Superman in 1978’s Superman and would reprise the part in the movie’s three sequels.
  • Teri Hatcher: Hatcher played Lois opposite Dean Cain’s Superman in the ’90s TV show Lois & Clark.
  • Erica Durance: Durance played the Lois in the hit TV show Smallville.
  • Kate Bosworth: Played Lois opposite Brandon Routh in 2006’s Superman Returns.
  • Amy Adams: Took up the role in 2013’s Man of Steel and would reprise the role in 2016’s Batman vs Superman and 2017’s Justice League.

 

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A lesbian who spends too much time/money reading and overanalyzing comic books. Also the co-host of the LGBTQ comic podcast Rainbows to the Rescue and the Chief News Editor of Shoot The Breeze Comics.
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