Showing posts from June, 2009

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Michelle in the United Kingdom: Any Smallville season-nine news?

Green Arrow himself, aka Justin Hartley, tells us, "I heard Oliver's going to start drinking again. He'd better be a funny drunk. Who wants an angry drunk around?"

Source: E!Online

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Episode 9.01 - Saviour - Casting Call Details

- Casting notices have gone out for "Alia," a "beautiful, sexy femme fatale assassin with mysteriously intimate ties to Clark and Krypton." She's an expert fighter, especially with a throwing star and a sword. They're looking for a martial arts background, and this role will recur.

Another female soldier who is described as "sexy and hot" is "Fiona." She wears a faded military jacket and turns against her leader. Together with another soldier named "Basqat" she imprisons her leader. This role may recur too.

Source: KryptonSite

Episode 9.01 and 9.02 Titles

Episode 9.01 - Savior Airs: September 25, 2009
Episode 9.02 - Metallo Airs: October 2, 2009
Source: Smallville Wikia

Smallville Movie being planned?

This is being posted as a rumour. Would you like to see Smallville finish with a Movie? Let us know in the comments.

If this is hoax, it’s a good one, as it comes with a few bits of convincing detail we are not sharing with you.

Someone has written us, claiming to have gotten a glimpse of some signage being prepared for next month’s “Smallville” presentation at Comic-Con. His or her description:

On black, with crimson/red text in the same font lettering that Smallville uses, and a transparent grey Superman "S" watermark behind the text:



Then at the bottom is a banner advertising the Smallville presentation, with the time/place (can't remember).

Other info this untested source sent us suggests "Metropolis" is a movie-length project, and not a new series.

Word is “Smallville” will conclude its 9-year run May 2010, so it makes sense that the CW would tack on a couple more production hours up there in Canada to make a Superman TV-…

Casting News

The CW confirms that Callum Blue, a British actor you may know from the WB's short-lived Related or Showtime's Secret Diary of a Call Girl, has been cast as Phantom Zone baddie Zod for season nine of Smallville. Blue will be a regular next year. As previously reported, Smallville's other newbie will be Brian Austin Green as baddie Metallo.

Terence Stamp played the part in the 1980s Superman film series.

What other Superman mythology bad guys would you like to see turn on Smallville? Pick an old fave (Darkseid?) or pitch your own villain in the comments below!

Source: E!Online

Latest from TV Guide - Scoop on Metallo

Note: This also includes The Closer.

Source: TV Guide

Smallville - Rear Box Art for The Complete 8th Season

Early this month we showed off the front package art for Smallville - The Complete 8th Season on both DVD and Blu-ray Disc. Both versions of this title arrive on August 25th. Now Warner Home Video has sent over the rear package art for both boxes, and we've got them for you below. As you scroll down, we'll show the DVD rear art, then a re-post of the DVD front, then the Blu-ray rear, and the Blu-ray front again:

DVD | Blu-Ray

Source: TVShowOnDVD

Latest from Ausiello

Question: Please tell me you have some Smallville scoop! I am spoiler-dry and need some fixins' on season 9. --Joel
Ausiello: Rumor has it Warner Bros. is once again throwing around the "s" word. No, not Superman -- I'm talking about spin-off. With next season likely Smallville's last, word has it the studio is thinking of ways to extend the franchise. Meanwhile, my buddy Mitovich over at TV Guide is reporting that Brian Austin Green traded in that series regular gig on One Tree Hill for a two-episode arc on Smallville as DC Comics baddie Metallo.

Source: EW

Smallville - Brian Austin Green Joins Cast as Metallo

Smallville - Brian Austin Green Joins Cast as Metallo

Brian Austin Green has been cast on Smallville as the DC Comics villain Metallo, has learned exclusively.

That's right — the Terminator alum is now playing a cyborg himself.

Green will appear as the kryptonite-powered villain (alter ego "Daily Planet" journo John Corben) in at least the first two episodes of Season 9, which kicks off Friday, Sept. 25.

Source: TV Guide

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Latest from TV Guide

Please, do you have anything — anything — about Smallville? Please? Please! — Gabriela
MATT: I shall reward your repeated use of the word "please" by sharing a provocative bit of intel I just stumbled across. A source tells me that although Sam Witwer was invited back for Season 9 — for possibly several episodes — at this time the actor has no plans to slip back into either deceased Davis' EMT jacket or presumed-dead Doomsday's spikey skin.

Source: TV Guide

Smallville Season 9 Starts Friday 25th Sept

Thanks to Isabel and Aled for the heads up.

The CW will kick off its fall campaign on Sept. 8 with the sophomore year of "90210" and the bow of "Melrose Place."

Net has also decided to flop the time slots of its Monday dramas, which will send "Gossip Girl" to the 9 p.m. hour.

It's the second year in a row that "90210" is the centerpiece of the net's fall launch campaign, and CW is hoping that anticipation will be high for the remodeled "Melrose." CW is getting a jumpstart on its competish by launching the week of Sept. 8, but it won't be quite as quick out of the gate as last year, when the net's fall sked launched on Labor Day.

The rollout continues Sept. 9 with the two-hour preem of "America's Next Top Model," followed Sept. 10 by the preem of "Vampire Diaries" and return of "Supernatural."

The Monday slate returns on Sept. 14, though the "Gossip Girl"-"One Tree Hill" s…

CW TV to Talk About Promo

Smallville is one of the shows featured on the new TV to Talk About promo- once again it is all about Lois and Clark in the network promo to ad execs

Season 8 DVD and Blu-Ray Trailer

You can order the DVD and Blu-Ray from Amazon.

Joe Manganiello auditions for a role on Smallville

From Joe Manganiello Twitter account we can see that he has recently sent an audition tape in for a role on Smallville. You can see his IMDB Profile here.

New Comments Feature for Smallville

I'm pleased to announce that we've just installed a new commenting system for the Smallville section of SpoilerTV. If this proves a success and people prefer it we will roll it out to other parts of the site.

The new system allows you to comment using a number of mainstream accounts and ID's. You can now leave a comment using any one of the following.


Feel free to try the new comments and let me know of any bugs etc You can use this thread for any test comments etc

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DVD & Blu-ray Official 8th Season Announcement: Extras, 3D Box Art & August Date

You can order the DVD and Blu-Ray from Amazon.

There's a new reporter at the Daily Planet: Clark Kent, who shares a workspace with Lois Lane. There's a new hero in Metropolis, too. No one knows who he is. But Jimmy Olsen was on the scene of one of the do-gooder's exploits, and he snapped a blurred photo of the hero in superspeed action - a hero everyone now calls the Red-Blue Blur. Red-jacketed, blue-shirted Clark Kent draws closer to his Superman destiny in the exciting 22-episode Season 8 of Smallville.

Another Kryptonian destiny also takes shape: Davis Bloome begins to realize he is Doomsday. His mission on Earth: kill Clark Kent. So many new events (will Jimmy and Chloe's marriage last?), so many new faces (Tess Mercer, Saturn Girl and Cosmic Boy among them!), so many state-of-the-art effects - so don't miss a single thrill-packed moment!

Since mid-April, the folks at Amazon have been taking DVD and high-def Blu-ray Disc pre-orders for Warner's Sma…

Casting Sides for Mason