Smallville tells the tale of a teenage Clark Kent in the days before he was Superman. It is the town where he came from where very strange things started happening with his arrival in a spaceship in the midst of a meteor storm of green rocks. Clark must deal with a variety of individuals given powers by the green rocks, keep his powers a secret, cope with his friendship with a young Lex Luthor, and balance the two girls in his life, Chloe and Lana. The show also shows us how Lex Luthor develops from a friend of Clark's and kinda-okay guy to (presumably) the villain who will plague Superman in his later years.
Thus far in Supergirl's first season run, Superman has only been seen in the shadows, with producers teasing that the Man of Steel may appear at some point to help out his less famous cousin. We know that the show has been casting a much younger Kal-El for flashback scenes in this first run of episodes. Now, we have word from Smallville's very own Clark Kent about the possibility of Tom Welling returning to reprise the role of Superman. But it only sounds like wishful thinking at the moment.
So, no one has approached the actor to appear on Supergirl in perhaps the biggest role DC Comics has to offer. But it's not beyond the far reaches of what may happen in the near future. Supergirl does have Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman's Dean Cain playing Kara Zor-El's adoptive dad. And they've brought back former Supergirl, Helen Slater to play Kara's adoptive step-mom. Even Smallville's own Supergirl, Laura Vandervoort is set to appear as the villain Indigo.Read More
Former The Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider can breathe easy knowing that Pa Kent won't be featured, as far as we know, in the upcoming Man of Steel follow-up Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The actor portrayed Clark Kent's adoptive father Jonathan on Smallville. Having some ownership over the iconic DC character, he doesn't mind saying his is the best version yet, and possibly ever.
Man of Steel was released June 14th, 2013.Read More
The new Man of Steel trailer landed late Tuesday afternoon with a sonic boom that caused a seismic shift in fan anticipation. Though eagerly awaited, many have remained skeptical, and somewhat uneasy, about this so-called 'reboot' from director Zack Snyder. He did, after all, make what some call the most disappointing comic book adaptation of all time with 2009's Watchmen. And Warner Bros., the studio behind Man of Steel, royally whiffed it with their more recent DC Comics adaptation Green Lantern. Not to mention, there's still the mild stench of Superman Returns wafting through the air like a patchouli fart, causing fear that we could be in store for another snooze fest that fails at showing exactly what Kal-El is capable of on planet earth.
This latest look at Man of Steel puts all fears to rest, and even turned this mild mannered superhero movie into the must-see event of the summer. The great thing about the trailer is that it doesn't completely show its hand. It hints at awesomeness in a powerful way, and does what any good piece of marketing should do. It has made us salivate and clamor for that coveted IMAX midnight ticket.Read More
Fans of the smash-hit TV series Smallville haven't had much to cheer about since the show ended its critically acclaimed 10-year run on The CW last May. That's all going to change with the upcoming new comic book series from DC Entertainment: Smallville Season 11. Written by former Smallville show scribe Bryan Q. Miller, the new digital first series will be published digitally on April 13, 2012, with new digital chapters released weekly thereafter. Additionally, the online chapters will be offered in a print periodical, along with an episode guide to the hit television series, with the first print issue released on May 16.
The new comic book series picks-up where the show left off (with Clark officially now as Superman!) and features other fan-favorite characters including Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Chloe Sullivan-Queen, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, and General Lane. The book features an all-star creative team - in addition to Miller, Smallville Season 11 creators include print cover artist Gary Frank (Superman Secret Origin), digital cover artist Cat Staggs and interiors by Pere Perez (Batgirl).Read More
Warner Home Video will release the massive 62-disc boxed set Smallville: The Complete Series on DVD November 29, which features five hours of brand new bonus feature content and over 28 hours of special features in total. A featurette from this set has been released, which delves inside the Smallville series finale episode featuring the return of Michael Rosenbaum as Lex Luthor, and how the producers needed to rework the episode to bring this villainous character back. Click on the photo below to watch this new DVD featurette.
Over 5 hours of newly added special features including a never-before seen Superboy pilot from 1961, a 90 minute series retrospective with all new interviews, 2010 final Comic Con panel, Aquaman Pilot, and Paley Festival featurette!Read More
Warner Bros. Entertainment is throwing a key party at Comic-Con! The Studio has once again created a set of limited-edition collectible hotel keycards, which will be in use at top hotels throughout the San Diego area during the 'Con. This marks the fourth consecutive year for the popular room key program.
Nearly 40,000 branded room keys will be available to fans at 36 participating hotels, courtesy of Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Marketing.Read More