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According to Deadline, Singer has just cast former Gotham and Once Upon a Time star Jamie Chung to the show as the teleporting mutant Blink.

Now called the "Marvel Action-Adventure Series", the new drama pilot's connection to X-Men comes from its storyline, which follows two ordinary parents who discover their children possess mutant powers. Nix had previously said that the new series will connect to the X-Men films. Blink had a small role in "X-Men: Days of Future Past", where she was played by Chinese actress Fan Bingbing. Jamie Chung joins Blaire Redford's Sam as mutants in that network.

Want more stuff like this? However, the latest casting is straight from the pages of Marvel Comics. Forced to go on the run from a hostile government, the family joins up with an underground network of mutants who must fight to survive.

She's the second actor to join the still-untitled pilot. The character is described as a lively and sarcastic tomboy.

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Nix, Singer, Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory executive produce for 20th TV and Marvel Television. Her liveliness, however, has taken a hit after a sudden and traumatic experience in her life.

The inclusion of Blink might suggest what this series is going to draw inspiration from, since Blink was ostensibly the lead character in the long-running series Exiles.

You might remember Chung from her humble beginnings on MTV's Real World or her stint on Once Upon a Time as Mulan. Fans may recall that Katrina Florece (X-Men), Kea Wong (X2), and Lana Condor (X-Men: Apocalypse) all played Jubilee on screen. Much in the way Legion focuses on Professor X's son, the new X-Men series could elevate less exposed mutants to top tier status.