The actress will be the third to take on the role.
Poison Ivy is a consistently-evolving character in FOX's DC Comics superhero series, 'Gotham'. With two actresses taking on the role in the past, it's now been revealed that Peyton List will be the third to step into the mantle of Ivy Pepper, as the character comes closer than ever before to becoming the villainess.
Peyton List will become Ivy Pepper in 'Gotham'
She will replace Maggie Geha in the role, who stepped in to take over from Clare Foley during season 3. Ivy is somebody who seems to mature at an incredibly fast rate in the show, especially when compared to the other children involved, such as Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) and Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova). Fortunately, 'Gotham' explained the ageing process in a storyline with Dr. Hugo Strange, allowing Ivy to join the other villains on the streets causing chaos.
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Being unpopular in high school can really suck, but when you think about it, there are a lot more unpopular people than the popular type. So what if all the different factions of geek (oh yes, there are different factions) came together as a kind of rebel alliance to gain control of the school once and for all? Jodi and Mindy are well and truly sick of being pushed around by mean girl Whitney and her cronies, and want to put aside their differences and maybe even get along for the rest of their school life. However, when she responds with a horrible prank, Jodi and Mindy decide enough is enough. They decide to gather together all the misfits, weirdos, sci-fi nerds and fantasy geeks - despite the fact that none of them would ever hang out with each other - and make a pact to take over the school halls so they can't be pushed around anymore. But despite their newfound power, as it turns out, popularity isn't everything and they soon find their own friendships tested in a way they never could have imagined before.
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Actress Peyton List seen at Variety's Power of Young Hollywood presented by Pixhug held at NeueHouse Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 16th August 2016
Ever since Greg's mum bought him a journal, he's documented his journey through life and the torment that usually comes from being a geeky pre-teen. As has always been the case, Greg and his brother Rodrick aren't getting along, with his cooler older brother taking advantage of every possible opportunity to show Greg up. From melting a chocolate bar on the back of his trousers to causing mayhem in church the boys are in serious trouble with their mum and dad.
The women in question, Mel (Peyton List) and Jules (Cameron Goodman) have just returned from a Caribbean holiday. It's dark, and they're getting drenched in a downpour. So, they take a van driver's (Tony Curran) offer to provide cheap rides home from the airport. There are only three other passengers -- Seth (James Snyder), a shaggy-haired horn dog, Matt (Dave Power), his sensible, chilled-out companion, and Andy (Cullen Douglas), a nervous milquetoast. No sooner have they set out that the driver, who's gruff and bullying without quite being menacing -- a common trap that sub-par thrillers often fall into - "gets lost" in a desolate stretch of the city, pulls out a gun, demands cash from his passengers, and begins his reign of terror.
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