'The Cape': Summer Glau sheds some light on Orwell


After playing a psychologically unstable girl in "Firefly" and "Serenity" and a cyborg in "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," Summer Glau is happy to be playing a TV character who has normal human emotions."I love it. I love it," Glau says with a laugh. But even so, her character on NBC's new series "The Cape," the corruption-fighting blogger Orwell, isn't exactly an open book."She's emoting in a complicated way because she doesn't want anyone to understand her," Glau tells Zap2it. "If anyone found out who she was, it could mean death for her. So I feel like I'm emoting quite a bit, but it's in a very blurry way."We chatted with Glau earlier this week about Orwell's backstory, her relationship with The Cape/Vince Faraday (David Lyons) and the physical aspects of working on the show. Some highlights are below.Zap2it: What have you learned about Orwell's background so far?Summer Glau: Well, there are things I know...



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