Digital Spy – The producers of Smallville have revealed details of the final season’s main threat. The producers of Smallville have revealed details of the final season’s main threat. It was previously reported that comic villain Darkseid will appear in […]
Find out who’s been tapped to play legendary Egyptian goddess Isis. (Hint: You’ll never guess. Trust me.)
A RECORD-BREAKING EVENT! SMALLVILLE HITS 200 EPISODES AND BRINGS BACK FAMILIAR FACES LIKE JAMES MARSTERS AS BRAINIAC — In an attempt to cheer up Clark (Tom Welling), Lois (Erica Durance) convinces him to attend their five-year high school reunion. A visit back to the home of the Crows has Clark remembering old times with Lana (Kristin Kreuk) and Chloe (Allison Mack), while Losi is furious that no one remembers her five days as a student. Brainiac 5.0 (James Marsters) uses his Legion ring to visit from the future and takes Clark through his past, present and future. He shows Clark what really happened the night Jonathan died, Oliver’s (Justin Hartley’s) current pain and Clark’s future at the Daily Planet with Lois and his role as Earth’s favorite red and blue superhero.
LAURA VANDERVOORT RETURNS AS DC COMICS’ CHARACTER SUPERGIRL — Clark (Tom Welling) is stunned when Kara (guest star Laura Vandervoort) returns to Earth and tells him Jor El sent her to stop the dark force that is coming because he doesn’t believe Clark can handle it. Meanwhile, Lois (Erica Durance) confronts Gordon Godfrey (guest star Michael Daingerfield), a shock jock radio DJ who has been crusading against heroes, after he threatens the Green Arrow (Justin Hartley). However, after Godfrey is possessed by the dark force, he takes Lois hostage and Clark and Kara have to come to her rescue.
This may be the closest thing to a Michael Rosenbaum comeback we get, so enjoy it people: John Glover has signed on to reprise his role as Lex’s late pa, Lionel, for multiple episodes during Smallville‘s 10th and final season
Ausiello tells that there will be some Clois action in episode 6 “Harvest”. Read more.
DC COMICS’ CHARACTERS DEADSHOT, CAT GRANT, CARTER HALL AND SHAYERA APPEAR – After Lois departs for Egypt, the Daily Planet hires a new reporter by the name of Cat Grant to take her place. An assassin named Deadshot takes aim at Cat but Clark learns the man has a dangerous agenda that involves The Blur. Carter Hall turns up in Egypt to keep an eye on Lois and he tells Lois about his wife Shayera.
JOHN SCHNEIDER REPRISES HIS ROLE AS JONATHAN KENT IN THE FINAL SEASON OF SMALLVILLE – The season premiere picks up where the finale left off. Lois finds Clark’s lifeless body and removes the blue kryptonite enabling him to heal himself. Lois sneaks away before Clark fully awakens in order to protect his secret. Chloe is desperate to find Oliver, so she turns to an unlikely source for answers. Jonathan returns to the Kent Farm with a message for Clark, and Tess awakens in a LuthorCorp lab.
Smallville opened the final day of Comic-Con with a super-sized bang. The cast and producers of the CW series dished out more spoilers than we can wrap our heads around. From Allison Mack’s exit and the introduction of the super-suit (which is actually the very suit from Superman Returns), to new villains and resurrections, TVGuide.com has all the scoop.
Ausiello tells us that another DC character is coming to Smallville and that is Cat Grant. She will be Clark’s new partner. Don’t worry, Clois is not going anywhere though. Read more.
Good news for the thousands of Smallville fans making the trek to San Diego on July 25 for the show’s final Comic-Con panel ever: It won’t suck. Tom Welling will be there! He will be joined by returning series regulars Erica Durance, Cassidy Freeman, and Justin Hartley. Read more.
The Superman Homepage received word that Brian Doherty, who was just this month promoted to svp, national sales, at The CW has revealed that the execs at The CW are excited about a 10th season for “Smallville”, wanting to really “go out with a bang”. Read more.
Ausiello gives tells us that it’s looking really, really good and the hold up is due to boring stuff. Read more.
‘Tis the season to start feeling anxious about the fate of your favorite programs. Over the next several months, the broadcast networks will be deciding which “bubble” shows will be back next season and which will transition to the imaginary MIA Network. To help you keep track of what’s in, what’s out, and what’s in serious jeopardy, I’ve once again compiled this handy cheat sheet of the shows that are likeliest — and unlikeliest — to be renewed for the 2010-11 TV season. (I’ve also included those programs that have already been renewed.) My advice to you? Bookmark this page and check back for updates. It could be a matter of life or cancellation.
I am looking for new and exciting ways to carry out my character’s exit Five Questions for Allison Mack by Matt Dentler I first became friends with Allison Mack when I was speaking on a panel in Vancouver, and she […]