A graduate of Ithaca College's Journalism program, Molly has been writing for Screen Rant since May 2014. She covers breaking news and reviews TV for the site, and writes scripts for Screen Rant's YouTube Channel.
Molly geeks out about TV, comic books, YA novels, superheroes, musical theater, and hockey. She typically shows up 15 minutes early with Starbucks and uses more emojis than are really necessary.
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Articles by Molly Freeman
If Squirrel Girl were to join Marvel’s cinematic universe, Anna Kendrick may be up for playing fan-favorite character Doreen Green.
Tom Hanks brings the heroic story of Captain Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger to life in the first trailer for Clint Eastwood’s Sully.
Freeform’s Dead of Summer tackles summer camp horror with a hefty serving of teen drama in the series premiere: ‘Patience.’
Arrow executive producer Wendy Mericle says Curtis Holt’s role in Arrow season 5 will be ‘more hands-on’ like Cisco Ramon on The Flash.
Violett Beane discusses her return to The Flash in season 3 as Jesse and says ‘anything can happen’ thanks to the Flashpoint storyline.
Director David Ayer announces Suicide Squad has wrapped post-production. Plus, two new images feature the ARGUS facility and the Joker.
Ivy Moxam escapes her kidnapper and returns home 13 years after being abducted in the premiere of BBC America’s new miniseries, Thirteen.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. teases the show’s presence at San Diego Comic-Con with a photo of the light rail featuring Hellfire’s fiery chains.
TV’s Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter, has been confirmed to appear in Supergirl season 2 as the President of the United States.
Me Before You director Thea Sharrock has been tapped to helm The Selection for Warner Bros, an adaptation of Kiera Cass’ YA dystopian novel.
New seasons of The CW’s entire superhero lineup – The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl – will arrive in October.
Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg discusses how the series would have been different if ABC has given it the green light.
Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart reveal the message they hope audiences walk away with at the end of the action-comedy Central Intelligence.
Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill must come to an agreement, while a mysterious meteor affects constituents in season 1, episode 1.
Jessica Jones co-creator Brian Michael Bendis says he’s developing a new TV series based on his Marvel Comic character Scarlet.
Bill Murray, star of the original Ghostbusters, praises the cast of the reboot on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as both casts discuss the new movie.
Norman Reedus, co-star of The Walking Dead, reveals that he thinks it ‘would be a blast’ to play Ghost Rider for Marvel Studios.
Emilia Clarke, star of Me Before You and Game of Thrones, compares her experiences of playing Louisa Clark and the Mother of Dragons.
Arrow star Stephen Amell discusses the difficulties of a four-show DC Comics TV crossover, says he ‘draws the line at [a] musical.’
Me Before You writer Jojo Moyes and director Thea Sharrock discuss why a pivotal book scene for Louisa was left out of the movie.
Legion showrunner Noah Hawley (Fargo) says the Marvel Comics series likely won’t include iconic characters from the X-Men franchise movies.
Scream returns with a new masked killer and a new mystery for the Lakewood Six in season 2, episode 1: ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’.