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Day two of SXSW Film: Scenes from 'Super'

Due to travel woes, Super costar Ellen Page missed the standing room-only Super panel on Saturday (she piped in via speakerphone), but she did make the Paramount red carpet.

Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page (photo by Todd V. Wolfson)

The pint-sized actress mugged it up with star Rainn Wilson and writer/director James Gunn, who spoke with the Chronicle last week about the dark comedy. Super opens theatrically on April 1. No foolin'.

Ellen Page (photo by Todd V. Wolfson)

Wilson and Page with their director James Gunn (photo by Todd V. Wolfson)

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