Ausiello tells us if there’s a chance Smallville will segue into a new series called Metropolis, Lex and Perry White returning.
What happens when two evil characters join forces? Nothing good, Freeman tells TVGuide.com. Just think of all the people Tess can destroy once she’s got a Kandorian on her side. But is she really after the destruction of Earth, or is she trying to protect it? See what Freeman has to say — and more.
Smallville ratings increase after DVR numbers are calculated!
Green talked with TV Guide’s Natalie Abrams about all things Metallo, including who built him, why he hates the Blur and whether he’ll return later this season.
In Smallville season 9 premiere, we were introduced to a John Corben who was brought into the Daily Planet as a replacement reporter for Clark Kent who was on indefinite family leave. But who is he? Check this out to get you ready for the episode “Metallo”.
Clark and Chloe deserve to be friends at least. The season premiere tore their friendship apart and I don’t want to watch Smallville anymore. – Josh
We’ve heard Smallville spoilers on Clark, Lois, Oliver, Chloe, Zod, Wonder Twins, and Shelby, but what about Tess? See Ausiello’s answer inside.
Smallville has cast Julian Sands (24, Warlock, a million other things) to play a young Jor-El. He’ll make his debut in the November episode “Kandor” when it’s revealed that he arrived with Zod and the other Kandorians.
The wait for Smallville is just too long! It’s still a whole month until season nine premieres on Sept. 25 on the CW. So instead of sitting around and sulking, we went straight to the source to get the scoop on Clark (Tom Welling) and the gang.
Zod! Metallo! The iconic S! Lois in peril! Chloe throwin’ some ‘tude! Clark in mid air! All of that and more can be found in the action-packed new trailer for Smallville’s upcoming ninth season.
Watch the new CW Connect Comic-Con interviews for Season 9 of Smallville featuring executive producer Brian Peterson, Kelly Souders, Erica Durance and Justin Hartley.
Check out the first photo of Brian Austin Green as Smallville’s Metallo. He was killed by a robotic assassin in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles last spring, and now he is coming back to TV as a different kind of cyborg. In a two-episode arc on Smallville, he plays John Corben, a new Daily Planet reporter who becomes the comic-book villain Metallo.
E! Online’s Watch with Kristin gives us a few details on Zod and Lois in the coming season of Smallville.
Smallville cast – Tom Welling, Allison Mack, Erica Durance, Justin Hartley, Cassidy Freeman and the new guy Callum Blue discuss their auditions for the show.
SPOILER ALERT! Clark Kent (Tom Welling) is getting a little obsessed as the Red Blue Blur, his budding crime-fighting alias. “He is trying a little too hard to be a hero, and is leaving the rest of his life behind,” says executive producer Brian Peterson. That might be just as well given the big comic-book-inspired villains the soon-to-be Superman will face this year including Metallo and Zod.