Comic-Con's Crown Princess! Vanessa Hudgens takes an ice cream break as she promotes TV series Powerless
Vanessa Hudgens dropped into Comic-Con for its Friday panel discussion on Powerless, her forthcoming DC Comics sitcom.
But before the presentation, the 27-year-old posed for photos at EW's Comic-Con Digital and Photo Studio and reminded her fans why they fell in love with her sunny charm.
She looked stunning in a black dress and heels.
Cute as a button: Vanessa Hudges posed with a Klondike ice cream sandwich at EW's Comic-Con Digital and Photo Studio on Friday ahead of her panel for her upcoming show Powerless
Awww: The Grease Live performer posed with a stuffed Klondike bear before appearing alongside Danny Pudi and Ron Funches
The studio was presented by Klondike, and Hudgens seized the chance to pose with emblems of the brand.
Pictures included the Spring Breakers actress perched on a Klondike stand as she enjoyed one of the company's famous ice cream sandwiches.
The Salinas native also cuddled on camera with a stuffed bear representing the brand mascot.
Not so powerless: Hudgens is a woman of protean talents, having appeared in Broadway in Gigi, on TV in the High School Musical series and in cinemas in films that include Sucker Punch
'Klondike & chill': The Machete Kills actress unwrapped an ice cream sandwich as she prepared to explain her performance as a regular woman in a world of superheroes
Hudgens arrived for her event wearing a short black skirt with translucent black sleeves and ruffled cuffs.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Powerless' new star conducted the panel alongside two of her castmates, Danny Pudi and Ron Funches.
The NBC series casts Hudgens as an employee at an insurance company that handles the chaos superheroes tend to leave in their wake.
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Need a quote? Vanessa will next play insurance claims adjuster Emily Locke in the DC Comics superhero sitcom Powerless, which premieres January 2 on NBC
She explained the conceit: 'I feel like a lot of the superhero shows are always about the superheroes. But what about the other people who are trying to live their lives while these superheroes are having these epic battles? What happens afterwards?'
At another point in the interview, she hinted at the show's theme: 'You don’t necessarily need superpowers to be a powerful person.'
Powerless' pilot will air next year.
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