Actress Kristin Kreuk talked to Wizard Magazine, and Kryptonsite has excerpts from the article. Â "What I've learned from 'Smallville' is, if I go back to TV, I want there to be a clear vision for the show and character. I watch a lot of HBO on DVD. They're beautiful. They go for five or six seasons, if not less. I love that. It seems you can delve into it deeper," Kreuk said. 'I'm not opposed to doing TV. I just want it to have a sense of the story it's trying to tell, and the intent behind it. Working on TV for eight seasons is -- sometimes it's a really great storyline, and sometimes it isn't."
Next episode: "Requiem," February 5, 2009
Directed by James Wong, release date: April 8, 2009.
CBR News talked to creator Neil Gaiman about seeing his creations come to the silver screen.
Release date: February 6, 2009.
TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN
A set report at Latino Review is chock full of photos and spoilers from the Shia LeBeouf-fueled sequel.
Directed by Michael Bay, release date: June 26, 2009.
Producer Greg Beeman is back with a fresh and spoiler filled blog about last night's new episode. Â
Meanwhile, Herosite has production stills from next week's episode.
Next episode: "Trust and Blood," February 16, 2009
Perhaps anxious to avoid more curses tossed at him by Alan Moore, director Zack Snyder told The New York Times that he will not helm a sequel. Â "Listen, they own the rights. If they wanted to go and hire some guy to make them a sequel to 'Watchmen,' I don't know that they would get any of those actors to do it, and I know that I wouldn't have anything to do with it. Â But they own it. They can do whatever they want. They can make a movie -- I've spoiled it, I think, a little bit. Do you leave that film going, 'Man, I wonder what the next chapter is?'"
Starring Malin Ackerman and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, release date: March 6, 2009.
THE CASTING COUCH
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