krysten ritter

“I saw my own daughter’s face come to light and die in front of me,” the actor said during a 10-year reunion with the cast.
"It’s the equivalent of a human living their life in a bathtub.”
Amy Adams, who plays a mortal who dates a super-hero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, is followed by her Big Eyes co-star Krysten Ritter -- who plays Jessica Jones, who's sort of a super-hero -- talking about what she looks for in a guy she would date.
And we're not talking the same old red lip.
"Look, I'm not gonna talk about my shitty story, Malcolm, because there's always someone who's had it worse, someone's life
If you've strolled through a city or surfed the web recently, chances are you've found yourself locked in a staring match with Jessica Jones. Portraits of Krysten Ritter as the title character still lurk everywhere, her impressionistic gaze and porcelain skin beckoning your views.
After viewing the first seven of its 13 episodes, I have determined that what makes Marvel's latest comic book-based project so super is how un-super its lead character is.
Melissa Rosenberg, who created Netflix's intense new Jessica Jones series, doesn't see why white guys should be the only ones who get to enjoy a world of constant danger, unrelenting darkness and haunted self-doubt.
Marvel announced on Tuesday that the "Matrix" actress would co-star in the new series, which will follow former superhero