‘Avengers’ and ‘Supergirl’ stars share their love for ‘The X-Files’ and the new ‘Star Trek’ movie title ‘The Flash’ stars Stephen Amell, Carrie Coon and Katie McGrath in an exclusive interview title ‘Superwoman’ actress Katie McGraths shares a special moment with her ‘Star Wars’ character in new video

Katie McGrathy is best known for playing Lex Luthor on the CW series “The Flash” but her work as Lois Lane on the CBS hit “Supergirl” has won her a place on the “Star Trek” movie crew.

In the latest episode of the popular podcast “The Walking Dead” called “Starring the Flash,” McGrath shared some of the special moments with co-hosts Adam Savage and Michael Schur that they had with the actress.

Here are a few of them: McGrath plays Lex Luthor in the episode and has the best line in the show: “I don’t know if you can hear it, but I’m a little bit like a Lex Luthor, you know?”

She also shares a photo of her on the set of the film.

She shares a picture with her on set of “The Star Trek” set.

“The first time we saw Lex Luthor and Lois Lane together, it was just, wow,” she says.

“I’m not saying it was a good moment for me personally, but it’s something that I had to do.

It was the first time I had the chance to meet a character that was on screen.

So, I just loved it.

It’s just such a cool moment.”

She also shared a photo with her character on set and she says, “I love Lois.

I love all of my friends.

I’m like, you’re gonna be my best friend, I’m just so happy for you.”

She shared a special photo of herself on the sets of “Star Wars: Episode VII” and “Star-Trek: The Next Generation” and said, “The fact that I was able to do that for ‘Star-Wars’ was a real treat for me.”

“I think it’s a great movie, I love it, it’s just that there’s something so personal and so emotional that it really is,” she added.

She added, “For a lot of us who grew up with the ‘Star War’ movies, I remember it being really personal and just an incredibly personal movie for me.

And it was such a fun experience.”

McGrath and her “Star” character, Lois Lane, on the hit CBS series “Superman.”

(Photo: CBS) McGrath’s “Starry Night” in “StarWars” The Flash.

(Photo by: Warner Bros. Pictures) In “Star Star” episode “The X Files” season three, Lois and Lex Luthor meet up on a remote island to help investigate a mysterious death.

“That was definitely the most emotional moment for us,” McGrathy says.

She also says that the fact that they were together on the show “just meant that the friendship would continue on.”

“It was very much a family experience and it felt like family,” she said.

“It’s not a one-shot.

There was always going to be a story that we were always going on.

And we were going to keep that relationship going, even as it went off the rails, and continue to grow as a friendship.”

She added that the series is one of her favorite shows and she was “so lucky to be on that show.”

“Star War” and its sequels, “StarTrek” and the “Jedi” franchise, have made her the most popular actress in the world.

“Starwars” came out in 2006 and “Jedis” in 2012.

McGrath has been featured in movies like “The Matrix” and has been nominated for an Oscar for her work on “Superwoman.”

She has a big role in the upcoming movie “Starfish” which is directed by Steven Soderbergh and stars Michael Keaton, Meryl Streep, and Michael Cera.

She has appeared in numerous films and TV shows including “The Vampire Diaries,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Battlestar Galactica,” and “The Office.”

McGrathy recently shared a video with Savage and Schur called “Happy Birthday, Lois” on Instagram.

“Happy birthday, Lois!

I love you!

#HappyBirthday,” she captioned the video.

“You’ve been such a blessing to me and the fans of ‘The Walking [Dead],'” Savage said.

McGrathy also shared some photos from the “Super-Walking” series.

“Superwalking” stars Carrie Coons, Stephen Amells, and Katie Condon.

(Credit: CBS Studios) “Superwalkers” stars James Franco, Josh McDermitt, and Josh McDourough in “SuperWalking.”

(Credit to CBS Studios.)

McGrath said that the first