Jamie Chung Is Blink in Fox's 'X-Men' Universe TV Series

Bryan Singer will direct the pilot which is written by 'Burn Notice' grad Matt Nix
Sami Drasin
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23 February, 2017

Blink had a small role in "X-Men: Days of Future Past", where she was played by Chinese actress Fan Bingbing.

Finally, an official X-Men has joined the ranks of Fox's highly anticipated Marvel pilot!

Regardless, Marvel and Fox are playing things close to the vest on this X-Men project from the minds of Matt Nix and Bryan Singer. Jamie Chung is set to play Clarice Fong a.k.a. Blink, who has the ability to teleport.

Described by Marvel as a "sarcastic and lively tomboy", Blink is recovering from a recent traumatic moment in her life.

Are you excited about the addition of Blink to the X-Men TV series? As she adjusts to the new people and places that are suddenly 'home, ' Clarice is slowly becoming herself again.

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Chung's starring turn as the character could mean that the main mutant roster for this X-Men show might be filled with other low-key mutants making major appearances.

Prior to her casting as Blink, Chung has previously voiced Marvel characters like Aimi Yoshida in the 2011 video game, X-Men: Destiny, as well as the character Go-Go Tomago in Disney's Big Hero 6.

Considering that the plot of this X-Men series revolves around a family whose children develop mutant powers, it's possible that Blink may be one of the siblings who join the Mutant underground with their human parents. If the "underground network" hides mutants from a hostile government, could they be hiding them in other dimensions? In the film, Blink didn't end up doing so well in the bleak future, but since that was all undone by a time travelling Wolverine, that means the current X-Men universe has a version of the character running around, alive and well.

The announcement also confirmed the name of Blair Redford's character: Sam.


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