Video: The new adaptation/reboot/whatever of Sid and Marty Krofft's extra-cult classic superhero series Electra Woman & Dyna Girl is looking pretty fun, if a bit formulaic: Small-town superheroes come to the big city, get too big for their spandex, break up, only to then make up to save the day. But that doesn't mean they can't sneak a subtly dirty joke for adults in there. Really, what this really reminds me of is Kick-Ass by way of the significantly underrated Josie and the Pussycats movie, which is a description makes me highly want to see EW & DG — and I'm the one who wrote it. The feature-length movie arrives in all the regular digital places on June 7.
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