New trailer for next week's episode "Fierce" at YouTube ...
There's screen captures of the promo at Kryptonsite.
E! Online sent a fan to interview the new Supergirl, actress Laura Vandervoort about family strife. "Clark and Kara have a bit of a falling out, which pushes Kara to leave the Smallville land," Vandervoort said, "and Clark doesn't know where she has gone. Of course, she's off causing trouble! Meanwhile, Lex is looking for her, because they had an encounter. Kara will find herself in a bit of trouble with a certain scientist, and she learns some things about her family on Krypton that she didn't even know about. That may or may not ruin her image of her family for her."
Finally, the network's website has video interviews talking about the new guy at the Daily Planet, actor Michael Cassidy.
CBR News has new video previews for next week's episode, "Kindred."
IESB has bullet points for what's gonna happen in the new film, including "the core story arc involves Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow," "the Joe team is based in the U.S., serving international interests" and there will be Dreadnoks.
There's a piece in the Hollywood Reporter where animator Jakob Jensen discusses the manga adaptation. "I was intrigued with the possibility of the project. I'm in the process of educating myself about the 'Astro Boy' universe, and I love what I see. 'Astro Boy' utilizes very classical story principles of the hero's journey that we see in all good storytelling around the world," Jensen said. "Astro Boy has the moral underpinning and strong emotional resonance that a lot of animation today is lacking."
Superhero Hype has set photos from the Ontario shoot.
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