Actress Cassidy Freeman is the subject of an spoilery interview at Kryptonsite, where she said, "It's never been told to me [how much I can say], but I have this little voice in my head that's like 'you will get totally beaten if you talk about it.' I can't tell you who dies, I can't tell you if I'm coming back next season or not, but I can tell you that part of the Justice League is coming back. There's obviously going to be a throwdown between Doomsday and Clark. I can tell you from a personal standpoint, that I was really surprised by the script when I first read it. I'm really excited to see it, personally."
The site also has rumors about cast returns from actress Allison Mack.
Next episode: "Doomsday," May 14, 2009.
Speaking of spoilers and TV shows, Entertainment Weekly has fresh gossip from columnist and USC alum Michael Ausiello.
No season premiere date announced.
Ain't It Cool News has a new rumor about actor Jason Patric playing the villain in the Vertigo adaptation.
Directed by Sylvain White, no release date announced.
SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD
On the set of the Oni Press movie, they love eco-friendly pizza apparently.
Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010.
TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN
If you missed some of the giant robot shots, you'll probably love these new wallpapers from Hasbro.
Directed by Michael Bay, release date: June 24, 2009.
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE BOX OFFICE TALLY
In case you missed it, Box Office Mojo notes that the spin off has made $208 million worldwide. Â Snikt!
No DVD release date annouced.
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