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Smallville Hunk Justin Hartley to Heat Up ‘Hart of Dixie’

Actor Justin Hartley, best known for his role of Oliver Queen (aka Green Arrow) on  Smallville , will be heating things up in Bluebell, Alabama when he guest stars in the new CW series  Hart of Dixie . According to  TV Line , the former soap opera hunk will appear as Jesse, a charming Southerner and war hero who becomes a potential love interest for Dr. Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson). Hartley will turn up on the series sometime this spring. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2012/01/17/smallville-hunk-justin-hartley-to-heat-up-hart-of-dixie/  

Smallville’s Cassidy Freeman Cast as Sage on The Vampire Diaries

With both Katherine Pierce (Nina Dobrev) and Original Vampiress Rebekah (Claire Holt) out of the picture, Mystic Falls has been lacking in the badass female villains department. //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/Iu7nKzS7kWQ/smallvilles-cassidy-freeman-cast-as-sage-on-the-vampire-diaries

'Smallville' Supergirl Laura Vandervoort Reveals New 'Whose Skin Are You In?' PETA Ads

Sexy Smallville star Laura Vandervoort is the star of a pair of new PETA 'Whose Skin Are You In? Leave Wildlife out of Your Wardrobe' ads. The Canadian actress stripped down and had her naked body ... //www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2011/10/19/smallville_supergirl_laura_vandervoort

'Smallville' Star Tom Welling Moves from CAA to WME (Exclusive)

As  Tom Welling , the actor who played Clark Kent/Superman on the CW's  Smallville , looks beyond the recently-concluded show, his first move is to switch representation. Welling has signed with WME; he had been with CAA. Smallville , which ran from 2001 to 2011, starred Welling as a young, super-powered Kent. The series began on the WB before switching to the CW when the channel merged with UPN. It is the longest-running comic book-based series in TV history, with Welling rising to executive producer on the show. He also directed episodes as well. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/bEiIYFJ9PpU/smallville-star-tom-welling-moves-219511

Post-Smallville, Will The CW Adapt More DC Characters?

When Smallville was coming to an end last year, The CW's former president Dawn Ostroff said they were looking at other potential DC Comics characters to adapt to TV – and word leaked about one character specifically they were working on, The Teen Titans' Raven .   We hadn't heard anything about Raven since though, and so I asked the CW's new president, Mark Pedowitz, about the potential for DC characters on the network when he spoke at the TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour today. When I brought up the Raven project, Pedowitz laughed that I knew more than him, as he was so new to the job.   Read More... //tv.ign.com/articles/118/1186134p1.html?RSSwhen2011-08-04_112100&RSSid=1186134&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ignfeeds%2Ftv+%28IGN+TV%29

Tom Welling talks 'Smallville' movie: 'I don't see why not'

Just when we're starting to get over the loss of "Smallville" from our viewing schedules, series star Tom Welling drops a tease like this. At a recent SAG Foundation golf event, Welling told OnTheRedCarpet that he wouldn't rule out the idea of a "Smallville" movie to update fans on the characters.He says that early in the series, producers had discussed doing a movie to transition the characters from high school through college. "We played with the idea and what we found was there wasn't time," he says."Who knows in the future." he adds, saying that if he was offered an opportunity to play Clark Kent in a "Smallville" movie, he wouldn't turn the gig down. "Sure, I don't see why not," he says. He won't be involved in the upcoming Christopher Nolan "Man of Steel" film starring Henry Cavill, though. "They have other plans for Superman, which I'm a big fan of and I can't... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/tom-welling-talks-smallville-movie-i-dont-see-why-not.html

'Smallville's' Erica Durance books Canadian pilot

We're still basking in the afterglow of the phenomenal "Smallville" finale, but its stars are moving on. Erica Durance, who played Lois Lane on seven seasons of "Smallville," has booked a new pilot. The Alberta native is sticking with her Canadian roots to work on "Saving Hope," a CTV pilot.Scheduled to begin production June 22, "Saving Hope" comes from executive producer Ilana Frank, who is at the helm of "Rookie Blue," a Toronto-based cop drama that has crossed over to American audiences on ABC.CTV's official description is below. "SAVING HOPE centers on young, idealistic neonatal doctor Alyse Joy and her rival and one-time lover, flashy cancer surgeon Joel Gottlieb, as they take on the fundamental questions that define medicine today. Who gets to live, who gets to die, and why? The story goes into uncharted territory when the charismatic, inspiring and golden-tongued Chief of Surgery, Harris Coles, becomes a patient. Comatose, locked-in and unable to... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/smallvilles-erica-durance-books-canadian-pilot.html

Clark Finally Dons the Superman Costume in the 'Smallville' Series Finale (VIDEO)

Fans of 'Smallville' (Fri., 8PM ET on The CW) have waited ten years for Clark Kent to don the classic blue-and-red costume. The creators had promised that their version of Clark would never fly, or wear the costume. But, perhaps when they said that they didn't expect the show to run for a decade. Nevertheless, Clark finally got over his insecurities and learned to embrace both sides of his heritage. As such, Jor-El presented him with the classic Superman costume while Darkseid helped him realize his ability to fly. //www.tvsquad.com/2011/05/16/clark-superman-costume-smallville-series-finale-video/

TV Ratings: 'Blue Bloods,' 'CSI: NY' lead Friday; 'Smallville' finale boosts CW

Fast National ratings for Friday, May 13, 2011 CBS held on strong all evening with help from   "CSI: New York"   and the cop drama   "Blue Bloods,"   which pulled in 11.4 million viewers. The CW enjoyed a bit of a boost from last weeks ratings with the "Smallville"   series finale.   CBS averaged 9.7 million viewers and a 6.1 rating/11 share in households to win the night. NBC was next in line with 4.8 million, 3.3/6, followed by ABC at 4.4 million, 2.8/5. FOX was fourth at 3.5 million, 2.1/4 and the CW put up an impressive 2.97 million, 1.8/3. CBS led the 18-49 demo with a 1.5, with FOX on their heels at 1.4. ABC and the CW tied for third at 1.3 and NBC trailed behind with 1.1.   Read More... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/tv-ratings-blue-bloods-csi-ny-lead-friday-smallville-finale-boosts-cw.html

'Smallville' finale: Read Clark's and Lois's wedding vows

Note: The following article contains spoilers for the two-hour series finale of "Smallville." If you haven't seen it yet and intend to, feel free to go read something else. We won't be offended!"Smallville" fans have been anticipating Lois and Clark's wedding for most of the final season -- but we never actually saw them say "I do" in Friday night's season-ending television event, titled simply, "Finale." Unfortunately, when you're a superhero, saving the world trumps even your own wedding.Luckily, we did get the chance to hear both Lois (Erica Durance) and Clark (Tom Welling) say their vows, which was incredibly special, particularly because without those vows, our destined duo may never have actually made it to the altar. (We'll just ignore the part where it takes them at least seven years to get there.)Clark is, as always, confident in his feelings for Lois. His vows are as follows. "I, Clark Kent, take you, Lois Lane,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/smallville-finale-read-clarks-and-loiss-wedding-vows.html