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Even though "DUFF" stands for "designated ugly, fat friend," it's more about self-confidence and being happy with yourself than insults other people throw at you.
"Last year was about revenge and this year the city needs something very different.Not as exciting as you'd think — but again, it's all about Whitman. Just like any other double date, I guess," describes Amell. It was probably funnier than most just because Mae is so friggin’ funny. She’s always got a witty joke, so you gotta kill her with silliness."All joking aside, Amell is glad to had so much fun while sending out a great message to young women.He thought the film had a modern John Hughes feel while still having a "lot of heart and ultimately a good message." Unlike '90s and early '00s films that show a girl changing for a guy like She's All That, Amell explains, "I feel like the movie isn’t about a girl going through a makeover — it’s more about two people helping each other figure out who they are and get comfortable in their own skin, be confident, and really find themselves." In the end, he hopes teenagers will see the movie and know "not to try and change themselves for anybody else" and to "love who they are instead of trying to be someone they aren’t."As for Amell's future, he's ready to tackle more big films and TV roles — other than recurring on The Flash as Firestorm, his dreams are Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine — and he doesn't mind taking his shirt off for the right project."It's expected at this point. "It's not that bad — it’s gotten to a point where unless it’s necessary, I’ll fight it a little bit, but I understand it and I’ll play the game. So, as he darkens there, hopefully he can regrow some of his humanity at home."On People, a confused Jameson, adjusting to his new powers, must decide whether to go underground with the Tomorrow People or enlist with his uncle, Dr.Jedikiah Price (Mark Pellegrino), who is hunting them down."All of these Tomorrow People come from a really damaged situation, because they all thought they were losing their minds.
After he cast Stephen, Berlanti helped Robbie get a green card so he could work in the United States. And it's going to impact everything that he does and the person that he's trying to be," Stephen says.