December 17-23, 2006
Are you the Ultimate Smallville Fan?
Warner Bros is asking fans to submit videos showcasing why you're the ultimate Smallville fan. The top three fans will be wisited by a documentary crew, and will be featured on the season six DVD set. To submit your video go to UltimiateSmallvilleFan.com. The first 1000 people to submit a video will recieve special recognition on the DVD. In addition, the top 40 submission will receive a copy of the season 6 DVD.
Erica Durance talks about Lois
Erica Durance who plays Lois Lane talks to Blayney.YourGuide.com about her role on Smallville. Check out the interview here.
December 10-16, 2006
New Alan Ritchson Interview
Alan Ritchson, a guest star in the upcoming episode "Justice" was interviewed by DC Comics in the Media. Read the interview here.
Exclusive Interview - Alfred Gough
BuddyTV.com has an exclusive interview with Alfred Gough, the creator of Smallville. Read the interview here.
Interview with Justin Hartley - Part Two
Check out MediaVillage.com part two of Justin Hartley interview here.
November 19-25, 2006
New Interview with Justin Hartley
MediaVillage.com talks to Justin Hartley who plays Green Arrow on Smallville. Check out the interview here.
New Video Interview: Aaron Ashmore on Smallville
IESB.net has a new video interview with Aaron Ashmore, who plays Jimmy Olsen on Smallville. Click here to watch.
Will Lex's Dad Woo Clark's Mom?
"While Clark, Lana, Lex and the rest of the Smallville "kids" ride their own romantic merry-go-round, something is quietly percolating between two of the elders..." Click here to read the entire interview.
October 22 - 28, 2006
Sioux City Journal interviews Erica Durance
Erica Durance talks to Sioux City Journal about her role on Smallville. Read it here.
Season 5 - HD-DVD on November 28
'Smallville: Complete Fifth Season' will be released on HD-DVD November 28 in a five-disc set. The DVD will be presented in 1.85:1 widescreen video and Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 audio. It will carry an SRP of $79.98.
Justin Hartley talks to E! Online
Check out E! Online's Kristin Veitch interview with Justin Hartley here.
October 1 - 7, 2006
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September 3 - 10, 2006
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Part 2 of Allison Mack's interview at TV Guide
Part 2 of Allison Mack's TV Guide interview is now online. In part 2 of the interview, Mack tells us here take on The Kiss, the "new" Clark, and the A-list beauty she thinks is supercool. Read it here.
August 27 - September 2, 2006
Smallville on HD-DVD
Season 5 of Smallville will be released in HD format. The offical announcement has not been release, however, TV Shows on DVD.com has a scan of the HD page. To view the scan, go to TVshowsondvd.com.
Allison Mack is interviewed by TV Guide's Insider
Allison Mack gives the scoop on the upcoming season on TVGuide.com. Check it out here.
August 20 - 26, 2006
Site of the Month
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iFMagazine exclusive interview with Aaron Ashmore
iFMagazine talks to Aaron Ashmore about joining Smallville, being Supermanís best friend, and a different version of X-Men The Last Stand on DVD. Click here to read the interview.
July 30 - August 5, 2006
IGN Interviews Smallville's Newest Hero, The Green Arrow
"IGN TV: Can you talk about how your casting as Aquaman came about, and how that led to you playing Green Arrow?
Justin Hartley: It was interesting. I went in for Aquaman, just a regular audition like everyone else does, and then got the callback. I think I got another callback, and then I tested for the studio, which is another process you go though; you test for the studio and then you test for the network. So I tested for the studio, and then didn't really hear anything back. And then the next thing I heard was that Aquaman was cast. I was like, "Okay," and kind of moving on. And then I got a phone call that they wanted me to come in and test at the studio again. And so I went in again -- this is like a month later - and tested again, then I went to the network and tested again, and got the role. I went down there and shot the pilot in Miami. Miles and Al were there every day, and I think in working with them, when this role came about, that's definitely why they thought of me. Because they offered me the role; they didn't have me audition for it. So it was really kind of them and fortunate for me. Work begets work, you know? Whether it [the series] goes or not, it begets work."
Read the entire interview here
July 16 - July 22, 2006
The greening of 'Smallville
"Green Arrow, another familiar DC Comics hero, will be making an appearace on Smallville in its upcoming sixth season. The Emerald Archer's alter-ego, Oliver Queen, is an incredibly talented bowman who is keen to assemble a group of "extraordinarily gifted individuals" to act as society's protectors.
Yep, this will be the basis for the formation of the Justice League, and Queen will reportedly stick around for several episodes of the show.
According to Dark Horizons, Justin Hartley, who was cast in the pilot for the proposed Aquaman TV series, will be cast as Oliver Queen..."
Smallville Gets its Jimmy
"Theyíve already introduced Lois Lane and Perry White on Smallville, and now the producers have decided itís time to fill in the last piece of the future Daily Planet staff by bringing on young Jimmy Olsen (who it turns out, isnít so young in this incarnation). Aaron Ashmore, who will appear as Jimmy on a recurring basis this season, talked to Now Playing about playing the iconic character at the first ever TCA press party for the new CW network last night..."
Click here to read the entire article.
Watch The Butterfly Effect 2 Trailer
"The trailer for ButterFly Effect 2 is now online. The film is going direct to DVD. The sequel to the hit 2003 film, starring Eric Lively and Erica Durance of WBís "Smallville". The only way for Nick (Lively) to save his girlfriend (Durance) from a tragic accident is to utilize his power of changing the past via his memories. But will Nickís actions of altering the past have dire consequences?"
June 25 - July 1, 2006
New Michael Rosenbaum Video Interview
"IESB has a new video interview with actor Michael Rosenbaum, who claims he can see the end of the series within one or two seasons, including a villainous turn by his character Lex Luthor that will satisfy what fans have been craving." Check it out here.
June 18 - 24, 2006
Michael Rosenbaum casted as Nishiki
Rosenbaum has been casted as the voice of
Nishiki a Sega's American-ization of the Japanese crime-game Ryu ga Gotoku, now title Yakuza.
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June 11 - 17, 2006
Teen Choice Awards
This year's Teen Choice Awards Nominees has been announced. Smallville, along with Lost and Everybody Hates Chris each picked up four nods.
The awards will be given out on August 20th on Fox. Vote for your favourites at TeenPeople.com.
For the complete list of the nominees, click here.
June 4 - 10, 2006
Season 5 Press Release - Details on Extras
The fifth season DVD will include the following special features
* Smallville's 100th episode: The Making of Milestone
* Commentary on two episodes
* Unaired Scenes
* Vengeance Chronicles Webisode Gallery
For complete details, click here.
May 28 - June 3, 2006
Season Five DVD
"Warner Bros has scheduled Smallville: The Complete 5th Season for September 12; season 6 will premiere on The CW a few weeks later. The 6 disc set will contain all 22 episodes, and retail for $59.98."
May 21 - 27, 2006
The CW Online
The offical CW website is now on up and running. Check it out here.
The CW Fall Lineup
The CW's fall lineup:
SUNDAY: Everybody Hates Chris, All of Us, Girlfriends, The Game, America's Next Top Model reruns
MONDAY: 7th Heaven, Runaway
TUESDAY: Gilmore Girls, Veronica Mars
WEDNESDAY: America's Next Top Model, One Tree Hill
THURSDAY: Smallville, Supernatural
FRIDAY: Friday Night Smackdown!
For more details for the schedule, go to Eonline.com.
May 7 - 11, 2006
Choas will Regin in Smallville Finale
"As things heat up in the season finale of the WB's Smallville, actor John Glover, who plays Lionel Luther, tells Media Blvd. Magazine that chaos will reign. In a rather unusual move, the day before they were to shoot the episode, teh entire scrip was thrown out and rewritten."
"It was so exciting. Usually, we're more organized than that. I think it added to the sense of the frenzy and chaos with everybody in Smallville. James Marsters has a lot to do with the chaos. Lionel is still trying to get into Martha Kent's pants, or get closer to Martha. Martha is interested, but incredibly wary. Clark is realizing that Lionel knows some stuff that, maybe, could be dangerous. Lex is being a total asshole to Lionel, but Lionel is still trying to be good father, in spite of Lex's stubbornness. Everything is falling apart because the world goes into chaos."
The entire article can be read here.
April 9 - 15, 2006
Will the Senator From 'Smallville' Please Rise
"Clark Kent is the literal superman of the household, but his recently widowed mother is proving herself pretty super, too."
"The actress who plays her on "Smallville," seen Thursdays on The WB Network and also in weeknight repeats on ABC Family, is embracing that development. Annette O'Toole feared Martha Kent would remain in the adventure's background, but that changed when Martha's husband, Jonathan (John Schneider), died shortly after his election to a Kansas senatorial seat. She has stepped up to fill his term, with ever-scheming Lionel Luthor (John Glover) taking a bit too much interest for her comfort."
The entire article can be read here.
In last night episode, the Project Mercury blog that Lex's team put together in order to hunt down Professor Fine can be view online.