Anais Fairweather

Many people know the famous heroes by names like Batgirl, Supergirl, or Bumblebee! However, in this animated movie, the girls must save the world and navigate Super High together while serving up some major girl power. GeekRockTV talked to the voice of Supergirl, Anais Fairweather at the 2017 Wondercon.

Fairweather shared the premise of the movie DC Superhero Girls Intergalactic Games where she is the voice of Supergirl. In the movie, three different teams including Super Hero High are battling each other in a series of games. However, they must ultimately come together to fend off the evil that is plaguing their world.

Fairweather said she always loved superheroes like Batman and TMNT which makes her perfect for the role. Though she shines as Supergirl she would want to play a character like Catwoman.

She said that she didn’t start out as a voice actor, although it was something that she had always wanted to do. Instead she was an actor doing comedy as well as live theater. When it comes to being in a superhero animation, Fairweather shared that it can be harder to save your voice when working on those action and fighting sequences. She turns to a good night’s sleep and a lot of throat coat to get her through the day. If you want to hear more from Anais Fairweather, you can catch her as the voice of Supergirl on DC Superhero Girls!

52331719.jpgGet in on all the pomp and circumstance of the world premiere of DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games, the second full-length feature film spotlighting this worldwide franchise sensation. The film finds the young superheroes—Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, and Katana—squaring off against Korugar Academy in the Intergalactic Games. However, trouble is in the air as Lena Luthor takes advantage of the gathering of the Supers to enact her villainous plan. It’s up to the DC Super Hero Girls to fight the forces of evil and protect their school. With Wonder Woman’s strength, Supergirl’s speed, Batgirl’s strategic knowledge, Poison Ivy’s ability to make things grow, Harley Quinn’s energy, Bumblebee’s ability to shrink, and Katana’s fearless personality … anything is possible. After the screening, stick around for an action-packed panel featuring the voices of Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Bumblebee and Katana, respectively—Grey Griffin (Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery), Anais Fairweather (DC Super Hero Girls), Teala Dunn (Are We There Yet?, Enchanted), and Stephanie Sheh (Naruto: Shippuden)—alongside director Cecilia Aranovich (DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year), and screenwriter/author Shea Fontana (Doc McStuffins, The 7D). Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital HD (6/13/17) and DVD (6/27/17). | Schedule

image1-1.jpegKelsea Villaneuva| Writing Contributor
B.A | Communications | University of San Francisco
Kelsea has always been a fiction enthusiast, whether that be in the stories she read or the movies she watched. Growing up her knack for daydreaming and passion for creating led her to art and writing. These hobbies turned into a way for her to share the things that she loves with the world. From fan fiction to newspaper articles, she enjoys translating her thoughts and observations onto paper. She was Editor-in-Chief of her school paper and wrote a plethora of articles throughout the 3 years she did Journalism. She has also interned for an online beauty blog, Mocha Girl Beauty, where she produced online content. As a communications major and journalism minor at the University of San Francisco, she hopes to use her skills to let people know about what’s happening online and around the world. Instagram @Im_kelpseaView My Blogs 

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