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January 26, 2009
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Caricature artist Paul Salvi has shared with the Superboy Homepage some of his latest artwork. Both are of Superboy, one of John Haymes Newton as Superboy (Season 1) and Gerard Christopher (Seasons 2-4) as Superboy. To find out more about artist Paul Salvi visit his blog at paulsalvi.blogspot.com
Posted by Sam J. Rizzo at 1:04 PM
January 19, 2009
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The Sun Sentinel has published an article regarding the status of shows on The CW. There's only one small paragraph about "Smallville", but the content of which may dismay many fans...
[The CW's Entertainment President, Dawn] Ostroff declined to definitively say Smallville is over after this season but she indicated this is the direction the CW is leaning. The producers have been told to create a season-ender that could also serve as the series-ender.
While the Producers of "Smallville" would obviously love for the show to go a ninth season, going as far as to try and re-sign the show's stars (such as Tom Welling) for an additional season, they are ultimately at the mercy of the network.
There's no doubt we'll be hearing more about this as Season 8's finale draws closer.
Posted by Sam J. Rizzo at 10:47 AM
January 12, 2009
January 9, 2009
The Windy City Times recently caught up with Michael Rosenbaum, where they talked about his career - past, present, and future - and the subject of a return to Smallville did come up... but there's a stipulation.
"I told the producers that I would only come back for the last episode or two if they let me wear a bald cap. I just grew my hair out," he said.
He also revealed in the interview that the producers have already attempted to bring him back. "They have asked me to come back a few times. People think they have seen me on the show since then but I found out they have been using body doubles to pretend that it's me. I don't know how fair that is to the fans," he says.
You can read the entire interview at the Windy City Times website.
Posted by Sam J. Rizzo at 7:08 PM
According to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello, he has posted some good news for those of us who are hoping for a ninth season of Smallville starring Tom Welling.
From this week's Ask Ausiello column:
Question: Any news as to whether Tom Welling has signed on for another season of Smallville? -- Scarlett
Ausiello: Yes, there's news, and it's good. Some would even call it, ahem, super. According to a well-placed Smallville insider, Welling is nearing a deal to return for a ninth season. I'm told they're just ironing out some minor deal points, such as should the Brinks Truck pull into the actor's driveway, or just unload on the street.
Posted by Sam J. Rizzo at 6:55 PM
Director/writer David Goyer says all the DC properties currently over at Warner Bros. have been put on hold for the time being. When asked about several projects he's been involved with - i.e. Supermax, The Flash - Goyer said in a recent interview with IESB, "A lot of the DC movies at Warner Brothers are all on hold while the figure out, they're going to come up with some new plan, methodology, things like that so everything has just been pressed pause on at the moment. It was the double header of both Iron Man and The Dark Knight coming out, so more than ever I think they've realized, I think DC was responsible for 15% of Warner Brother's revenue this year, something crazy like that, so they realized that comic books, it's become a new genre, one of the most successful genres." - IESB.NET
Watch a video clip of David Goyer's interview with IESB.net
Posted by Sam J. Rizzo at 6:45 PM