Posts Tagged ‘Allison Mack’

Allison Mack Joins FX’s Wilfred

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

The Smallville alums are heading back to TV in full force.

Allison Mack is the latest to return, landing a guest-starring role on FX’s Wilfred, TVGuide has confirmed. Mack will play Amanda, a love interest for Ryan (Elijah Wood). Here’s hoping she likes dogs!

Mack is expected to appear in multiple episodes, as first reported by Deadline, but reps for the series say the exact number has not yet been determined.

Other Smallville stars making their small-screen returns include Justin Hartley, who will star opposite Mamie Gummer in CW’s First Cut pilot, Cassidy Freeman, who’s vamping it up onVampire Diaries and will co-star in A&E’s Longmire, and Erica Durance, whose NBC drama Saving Hope will premiere June 7.

Wilfred’s second season premieres Thursday, June 28.

Allison Mack Talks About Returning to Smallville One Last Time

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

TV Guide talks to Allison Mack about her final appearance in Smallville and her reason why she had to go back one last time.

Which of these final episodes are you appearing in?
I’m in the finale, which is a two-parter, so technically I’m in the last two.

What was it like filming your final scenes?
It was really amazing, it was emotional and loving and sweet and nostalgic. It’s ending in a way that I think is very honorable given that we’ve been around for 10 years. So it was really sweet.

Why was it important for you to go back one last time? You’d already fulfilled the number of episodes you’d signed on for, right?
I had. It was important for me to pay homage to the character, the people I’ve worked with and the fans. I had a realization, while I was doing the middle five episodes, that this has been such a huge part of my life and I am so blessed and so lucky to have had the opportunity. I wanted to make sure that I was respectful of that. So coming back just seemed to make sense given all those thoughts and ideas that I had about the whole experience.

Read full interview here!

Allison Mack returning for the series finale of Smallville

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

TV Line has posted that even though Allison Mack has only signed to do five episodes for the 10th season of Smallville – “Fortune“, she will  be back for the super send-off.

Though neither The CW nor Warner Bros. TV is confirming anything about the two-hour series finale beyond its May 13 airdate and Michael Rosenbaum’s encore as Lex, a well-placed source tells me that Mack – also an original cast member – sneaked back to the set and will be a part of the grand send-off. And that, friends, is super.

Smallville “Masquerade” Episode Stills

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Allison Mack & Steve Byers in Smallville "Masquerade"

The CW has released 22 images from the episode “Masquerade” which feature Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Justin Hartley and guest stars Allison Mack and Steve Byers. This bunch also features more photos of Clark in the jacket so check them out!

Masquerade” is directed by Bryan Miller and written by Tim Scanlan. It will air on February 18, 2011 on the CW.

Click here for the gallery!

New Season 10 Cast Promo Images

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

New Season 10 Cast Promo Image - Allison Mack

The CW has released promo images of the cast of Smallville featuring Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Justin Hartley, Cassidy Freeman and Allison Mack. They are not new ones, at least we have something (eventhough they are badly Photostopped).

Hopefully we will see images of Justin Hartley and Cassidy Freeman soon.


10.21 – 10.22 Finale

Saturday, January 22nd, 2011

Airdate:May 13, 2011
Written by Al Septien & Turi Meyer (Part 1) and Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders (Part 2); Directed by Kevin Fair (Part 1) and Greg Beeman (Part 2)

Episode Info

And that was the day the boy turned into Superman. – Chloe

BE THERE AS SMALLVILLE WRAPS UP CLARK KENT’S TEN-YEAR JOURNEY IN AN EPIC TWO-HOUR SERIES FINALE — The story of Clark Kent (Tom Welling) culminates in this epic two-hour series finale as Clark takes the last step to becoming the Man of Steel. With surprise guest appearances, nods to the first few seasons of the series and Michael Rosenbaum’s return as Lex Luthor, this final episode wraps up a decade-long story following one’s man’s journey to becoming the world’s greatest superhero. Erica Durance, Allison Mack, Justin Hartley, Cassidy Freeman, John Glover, Annette O’Toole and John Schneider also star.

Guest Stars

Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor)
Allison Mack (Chloe Sullivan)
John Schnieder (Jonathan Kent)
Annette O’Toole (Martha Kent)
Evan Schulte (Jeff Hage)
Christine Willes (Granny Goodness)
Michael Daingerfield (Gordon Godfrey)
Steve Byers (Desaad)
Desiree Zurowski (Minister)
Matthias Luers (Chloe’s son)
Laura Mennell (Janet Dawson)
Sachin Sahel (Flustered Reporter)
Tom Tasse (Secret Service Agent)
Steve Adams (Air Force One General)
Elizabeth Weinstein (Presidential Advisor)
Lee Tichon (PreClox Thug)
Todd Thomson (Secretary of Defense)
Dan Shea (Military advisor)

Featured Music

Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel
Breathe Again by Sara Bareilles
Superman March (Main Theme) by John Williams
Love Theme from Superman by John Williams

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‘Smallville’ first look: Allison Mack returns as Chloe… to take away Clark’s powers?

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Zap2It has released a sneak peek video from the upcoming episode “Collateral“. The video features Tom Welling, Erica Durance and Allison Mack.

When Chloe returns in the Jan. 28 episode, she does so in a cloud of mystery. The gang still doesn’t know where she’s been or understand her unexplained disappearance – and Clark (Tom Welling) finds it hard to trust her… which won’t surprise any of you after you see this clip.

At the end of the last episode, “Icarus,” the whole Justice League (plus Lois) were knocked out after saying goodbye to fallen friend Hawkman. In the return episode, “Collateral,” Lois and Clark are released.

“It was the VRA,” Clark says. “They were waiting for us at Carter’s funeral.”

Clark’s release doesn’t come without a caveat, though – he’s lost his powers, and a terrifying flashback suggests that it’s Chloe who may be behind the whole thing. But why would Chloe want to render Clark helpless? Did she team up with the VRA after we lost track of her?

You definitely won’t want to miss our first glimpse of Chloe’s scary-as-hell appearance in the clip below – which also features a particularly awesome Lois (Erica Durance) moment, by the way. Nobody messes with the General’s daughter.

Click here for the video!

Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts in the comments! Do you think Chloe’s gone over to the dark side?

First Look at Chloe’s return in Smallville “Collateral”

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Check out images from the episode “Collateral” featuring the return of Allison Mack as Chloe Sullivan, Justin Hartley (Oliver Queen) and Alaina Huffman as Dinah Lance (Black Canary).

Thanks to TV Line.

Big Chlollie moment, The Matrix

Friday, January 7th, 2011

Ausiello is back and elaborates what Chloe’s return will like.

Question: Smallville producers have hinted that Chloe’s return will be awesome/badass. Care to elaborate? —Mercy
Here’s your one and only hint: The Matrix. In related news, look for a big Chlollie moment at the end of the Feb. 18 episode. And I do mean big.

Chloe’s Return to “Smallville” is pure awesomeness!

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

E! Online’s Spoiler Chat has posted a scoop on Chloe’s return to Smallville.

@c_youth (via Twitter): Any spoiler about the future Chlollie? I’m so curious about them.
Can’t spill anything about the coupling (sorry) but I can tell you what Chloe (Allison Mack) will be up to when she returns to Smallville: She’ll be helping to rescue the heroes after what happened in the most recent episode. Prepare for awesomeness!

10.12 Collateral

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Airdate: February 4, 2011
Written by Jordan Hawley; Directed by Morgan Beggs

Episode Info

I guess that’s the true test of believing in someone — knowing that their lies are there to protect you. It’s not really trust if you ask someone to explain themselves. – Chloe

CHLOE SULLIVAN RETURNS TO SMALLVILLE – Clark (Tom Welling), Oliver (Justin Hartley), Lois (Erica Durance) and Dinah (guest star Alaina Huffman) are released by the VRA after being captured at Hawkman’s funeral but each of them have flashbacks of Chloe (Allison Mack) holding them against their will.. When Chloe returns, Dinah warns the others that Chloe may now be a traitor. Oliver dismisses her concerns but Clark is unsure if he can trust Chloe after she disappeared without an explanation.

Guest Stars

Allison Mack (Chloe Sullivan)
Alaina Huffman (Black Canary)
Ted Whittall (Rick Flag)
Bradley Stryker (Deadshot)

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Dish on returning characters

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Zap2It talks to Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders about Tess being a Luthor plus dish on returning characters. Here are some highlights, spoilers ahead.

“We obviously have a lot of ideas up our sleeve for the end of the season,” says Brian Peterson, also an executive producer. “Having the Luthor name definitely has a profound impact on you.”

“She’ll be back in 12. She comes back in a very cool and exciting way, in addition to a very very romantic way,” says Peterson. “It’s very true to who Chloe is and who she’s becoming.”

Another familiar face in the back nine? Look for Clark’s mother, Martha Kent, to return with a mission. “Becoming a senator was twofold for Martha Kent,” says Souders. “Part of it was to serve the people and part of it was to protect her son. When she comes back, she’ll do both.”

“We can promise in the next run you’ll see them (Lois and Clark) back at the Daily Planet working together,” Souders adds, reassuring.

The bond between Tess and Lex’s clone, Alexander, is growing stronger. “Lex is definitely evolving very quickly now,” says Peterson. “He’s got this connection with Tess, and with her being a Luthor, he’s more tied into the rest of her world in this next run of episodes than he was before.

Chloe’s Return to “Smallville” is “Badass”

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

E! Online talks to Smallville executive producer Brian Peterson on Chloe Sullivan’s return to the show.

“She already went though her supernatural moment seasons ago,” Brian assures us, “so she comes back as very true to the character that she is, as a very strong person but still very much Chloe.”

“She doesn’t need anything supernatural to make her badass,” adds fellow Smallville braintrust Kelly Souders.

Read the full article here!

Smallville Showrunners talk JLA, alt universe, Chloe’s return and more

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Showrunners Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders recently chatted with Staying In about Season 10’s storyline, Friday’s episode, “Patriot,” Chloe’s return and more. Here are some excerpts.

Are we going to see more Justice League members coming up soon?

Souders: Yeah, in “Icarus.” It’s just chock full of heroes.

Peterson: We get to see Hawkeye and Star Girl from the JSA. Then we have an appearance by Black Canary. She comes back in episode 12.

What can you tease about the alternate universe we’ll be seeing in that episode?

Souders: Obviously, Lionel just lights up the screen. I would say anybody who’s a fan of the relationships on the show should definitely tune in because you’re going to see them spinning on their heads.

Peterson: And I would say out of all of our alternate reality episodes, this has the most relevant takeaway from any of them in our reality, in our real world. Missing the last three minutes of the show would be a huge mistake.

What can you tease about Chloe’s return?

Souders: It’s fun.

Peterson: It’s really cool. I think it’s just a great payoff to how long people have been waiting to see her again. It’s not only very cool and powerful, but it’s also pretty romantic.

Read the entire interview here!

First Look at Smallville episode “Luthor”, Michael Shanks’ final appearance

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

First Look at Smallville episode Luthor

As Smallville races — faster than the proverbial speeding bullet — to its series finale in the spring, familiar faces continue to pop back into the world of Clark Kent (Tom Welling). Even dead people. Lionel Luthor (John Glover), pushed out of a building to his death by son Lex in Season 7, returns to the CW drama on December 3 for the first of four episodes. Then, on December 10, Michael Shanks makes his final appearance as Hawkman and Chloe (Allison Mack) returns, briefly. (She’ll be in four more episodes before the series ends.) “It is a great cliff-hanger going into the spring run, because there are a couple of pretty big twists in that episode,” says executive producer Brian Peterson. “Things don’t go very well for our heroes. Just when Clark is on top of the world, things kind of crash down around him.”

Source: TV Guide