Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Smallville Episode 10 "Bride" Details Announced

The CW have released the following description for the November 20th epsiode of Smallville entitled "Bride":
IT’S CHLOE AND JIMMY’S DREAM WEDDING DAY BUT TWO UNEXPECTED GUESTS CRASH THE PARTY — Chloe (Allison Mack) is excited that she’s marrying Jimmy (Aaron Ashmore) but is worried that Davis (Sam Witwer) will stop the wedding.

Meanwhile, Oliver (Justin Hartley) tells Clark (Tom Welling) he thinks he’s discovered where Lex is hiding and takes off to Cuba to confront him.

However, when he arrives, Oliver is shocked to find Lana (Kristin Kreuk) instead. Clark and Lois (Erica Durance) grow closer but chaos ensues when Doomsday crashes the wedding and tries to kidnap Chloe. Jeannot Szwarc directed the episode written by Al Septian & Turi Meyer.
The CW have also released the following trailer for "Bride":

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Gala to take Place December 2nd

Making Magic Happen, the 4th Annual Los Angeles Gala for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, will take place at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA on Tuesday, December 2nd at 8PM.

This year's guests of honor are actress Jane Seymour who will receive the 2008 Philanthropy Award and former Indy Racing League Driver Sam Schmidt who will receive the 2008 Visionary Leadership Award.
Other celebrity guests scheduled to attend the charitable event are James Keach, Dave Annable, Lauren "Lo" Bosworth ("The Hills"), Kyle Chandler, Marcia Cross, Tony Dovolani ("Dancing with the Stars"), Jennie Garth, Kyle McLachlan, Brandon Routh, Edyta Sliwinska and Alec Mazo ("Dancing with the Stars"), and Wilmer Valderrama.

For ticket information or to make a donation, please contact the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Benefit Office at 310-264-9200 or visit www.ChristopherReeve.org/makingmagichappen.

Christopher Reeve's Son On How To Make The Next Superman Movie: 'Just Be Original'

Many fans agree that there were a lot of things wrong with "Superman Returns" — but the filmmakers did manage to find an actor with an uncanny resemblance to the late Christopher Reeve. Was casting Brandon Routh a good thing? Does that honor Reeve’s memory?

Not necessarily, said Reeve’s son Matthew, during a recent fundraising event to benefit the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. "As far as we’re concerned, there’s only ever going to be one Superman," Matthew laughed. So instead of worrying whether they should keep Routh or try to cast yet another actor who looks like Christopher Reeve in the upcoming reboot, Matthew suggested that Warner Bros. focus more on the story this next time around.  "There were lots of plot lines established, and it was very faithful to the original Donner films and sequels. I’d be curious to know how some of those plot lines in the last one will be continued or abandoned. If you look at 'The Dark Knight,' that was a phenomenal movie, and hopefully they can do something as good with the next version of this one."
Matthew’s advice, then, was this: "There are lots of fans of the comics and the films my dad did and the new one, and you can never please everyone. So just be original and creative and exciting, and I’m sure it will be successful."

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

What's Happening With The Superman Sequel?

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Author: Othoniel Rosado

Attention Fans: I have read all the comments about Superman that all of you have injected. I believe and honor the comments that 'Son of Sam' (10/11/'08) & 'Amiro' (10/21/'08) have injected; Tom Welling is the man to the Next Superman Hero to save the planet on the 'Big Screen' and 'BRANDON ROUTH' We all can relate to Tom Welling as the next 'SUPERMAN' like 'Son of Sam' mentioned 'Brandon Routh' Stinks. He is a very poor actor and does not relate with the Superman story.

What we need to do is, seek writer with creativity and vision and that can relate to the story of superman with Lois at his side. At all cost the Superman series should continue after the Big Movie In The Screen is shown.........Rosado - 11/11/'08.

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EW's Michael Ausiello reveals that Tori Spelling will return to "Smallville" in Season 8...

EW's Michael Ausiello Reports
    Spelling has finalized a deal to return to Smallville as the Daily Planet's incredibly liquefying gossip columnist Linda Lake. The camptastic character, first introduced in a Jan. '07 episode, is unique among Smallville's long line of villains in one very significant way: She knows Clark's secret.
Spelling's return episode will air in early 2009.