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Smallville's Lex Luthor, Michael Rosenbaum, made it abundantly clear on Twitter Wednesday that he is the absolutely most qualified actor to play Lex Luthor in the already-green-lit Man of Steel sequel.
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, which is set to be produced by Michael Bay, directed by Wrath of the Titans' Jonathan Liebesman and star Megan Fox (apparently as April O'Neil) has cast its first turtle: Alan Ritchson, who can be seen in this fall's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, will portray Raphael, De
Warner Bros. has settled the lawsuit it was facing from Smallville producers Tollin/Robbins Productions over whether or not the former was unfairly licensing the series to subsidiary companies for a lower price than market rate, but the company is still going to court over the allega
If there's been one thing preventing Superman from becoming a reality -- beyond, of course, the existence of a planet called Krypton and a child being rocketed from said planet as it exploded, landing on Earth to discover that he has superpowers as he grows to become a morally-upright, handsome male humanoid -- it's that there is no actual town in Kansas called Smallville. Well, that migh
So, when Batman turns up in Smallville Season 11 later this year, he won't be alone... and the identity of his new partner is going to make some people very, very happy indeed. Hint: It's not exactly Robin
It's the team-up that fans waited ten seasons of Smallville for in vain... and it's finally happening in DC's spin-off Smallville Season 11 digital comic: Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne - Together again for the first time... again!Smallville Season 11 writer Bryan Q. Miller spilled the bat-beans over on his blog, explaining th
Now that the CW has announced their full fall schedule, we're learning more about Arrow, the new series that may do for Green Arrow what Smallville did for Superman - although, it has to be hoped, a little better and without so much pouting. Fancy a new image and a clip from the pilot showing
Someone at the CW must really, really like Oliver Queen. After a multi-year stint as a supporting character on the long-running Smallville, the television network has promoted Green Arrow to star status with the announcement of a series order for the hour-long show Arrow.Despite spending five years in Clark Kent's shadow during the sixth to tent