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New images from the episode “Crossfire” has been released. They feature Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Justin Hartley and Allison Mack.
Provocative new information has surfaced about “Absolute Justice,” the two-hour ‘Smallville’ event that airs February 5.
Guest star Britt Irvin tells me that Stargirl “has a special connection with Clark, because he reminds her of somebody. Read on.
Mireille Urumuri recently announced on her Twitter that she has booked a role in an upcoming episode of Smallville and says filming will be in January 2010.
Feast your eyes on these Ausiello exclusive new images from Absolute Justice. One image previews the violent showdown between Justin Hartley’s Green Arrow and Michael Shanks’ Hawkman and another one offers a first look at Doctor Fate (Brent Stait) and Stargirl (Britt Irvin). Check them out!
Executive Producer Brian Petersen teases Ausiello about Chloe’s love interest and glimpses of several other Justice Society members. Read on.
It looks like we’re going to have quite the run-up to the Justice Society special, as a promo for the January 22 episode titled “Disciple” shows a couple familiar faces.
Brian Austin Green’s Metallo, the villain with the heart of Kryptonite, is returning to Smallville, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
I just uploaded the screencaps of the episode “Pandora”. Check them out and kneel before Kal-El!
Watch the promo trailer for 9.10 and beyond. It features Clark Kent, Oliver Queen (Green Arrow) and Major Zod. It also features the logo of Justice Society of America. Fridays are Legendary!
BACK TO THE FUTURE — Tess (Cassidy Freeman) kidnaps Lois (Erica Durance) to find out where Lois went after she disappeared for weeks. Lois’s memory of the future depicts a Metropolis under Zod’s (Callum Blue) rule and Clark (Tom Welling) powerless under the red sun, while Chloe (Allison Mack) forms a resistance group with Oliver (Justin Hartley). After learning of these future events, Clark makes an important decision about Zod.
The character’s name is Steven Swift, his alias is Warrior Angel, and he’s being played by Carlo Marks. Does that actor sound familiar? He should.
It’s official: Smallville’s upcoming two-hour Justice Society-centric “movie” is now an actual movie. The title will be “Smallville: Absolute Justice” and will air as a seamless two-hour event with only one set of credits.
The CW has released a webclip from the upcoming episode “Pandora”. It features Lois Lane and a Kandorian with the mark of Zod. Check it out!
Here it is! A sneak peek at Michael Shanks in the Hawkman costume he dons for Smallville’s highly anticipated two-hour movie event. Featuring the Justice Society, the special airs February 5, and the second hour is directed by Tom Welling.