The real-life Bowen, like most London buskers, was a cover artist; the film, sporadically fashioning itself as a John Carney-style musical, opts for original compositions by Charlie Fink and Jonathan Spottiswoode.They certainly sound credibly like tunes you might overhear in a London underground station, which isn’t to say they’re terribly tuneful.The two become romantically linked, but Jose is resented by Cat's son Adam, who still hero-worships her ex-husband, Joe Morgan.When the hero of the show and one of the antagonists have a romantic tone right out in the open, as opposed to Foe Romance Subtext.
Cat Grant arrives in Metropolis taking a position at the Daily Planet.
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Recently divorced from Joe Morgan, a husband who had driven her to drink, Cat was now a single mother with a young son named Adam Morgan, trying to get a fresh start and stay sober. They become fast friends, and even become romantically involved for a time, but eventually this ends, as Clark really loves Lois Lane, and seems more interested in helping Cat fix up her life than dating her.