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Reports are circulating that the CW plans to announce that the next season of "Smallville" will be the popular series' last one. The show, which debuted on the WB in 2001, will wrap with a total of ten seasons under it's belt.
"Conchords" star joins "Men in Black 3," Blake Lively discusses "Green Lantern" wire-work, the first photo from "Cowboys & Aliens", "Heroes" creator talks brand extension and more.
Series creator Tim Kring has responded to NBC's cancellation announcement for "Heroes" with a statement that indicates that he has hopes for the continuation of the show with the network. SPINOFF has the details.
"Splice" director suggests "Alpha Flight" film. Money may keep "Heroes" wrap-up from happening. "No Ordinary Family" gets a timeslot. Also, "Predators" hunt with less CGI and more.
"Heroes" is canceled, but not entirely dead? "Cowboys & Aliens" adds three more to cast. "Spider-Man" begins with a new writer. Also, Mark Hamill to direct "The Dark Pearl" and more.
The star of Broadway's current hit Green Day musical "American Idiot" and the "Arrested Development" funnyman enlist as Union army officers out for modern justice in June's "Jonah Hex" movie.
Ending months of speculation, and perhaps dashing a few hopes, NBC announced this afternoon that it has canceled "Heroes," the once well-regarded superhero drama that this season saw a steep decline in ratings.
As Quentin Turnbull, the Southern rebel villain of "Jonah Hex," the acclaimed actor discusses his origins with the picture, his collaboration on set and the driving factors of his comic book villainy.
Ryan Reynolds suits up on the set of "Green Lantern." Chris Hemsworth talks a little about "Thor" and "Heroes" may not be dead after all. Also, a visit to the set of "Jonah Hex" and more.
The star of the outlandish adaptation of DC Comics' scarred-up bounty hunter spoke with CBR about earning his spurs in "Jonah Hex," how they'll update the Western and what friends he brought along for the ride.
Axel Braun, director of the send up of the '60s Batman TV show "Batman XXX: A Porn Parody" talked to CBR about how he plans on respecting comic fans with his film and why he's not worried about being sued by Warner Bros.
SPINOFF ONLINE spoke with Leonard Nimoy on the set of "Fringe" in Vancouver where the "Star Trek" actor discussed playing the shadowy William Bell, working with John Noble, his role in the season finale and much more.
Director Jimmy Hayward and star Josh Brolin took CBR inside the set of their upcoming weird Western adaptation of the classic DC Comics anti-hero, explaining how they plan to upend the traditional Western genre.
It's TV Day at the Reel with "Heroes" nearing its end, "Human Target" dodging a bullet and Michael Chiklis returning to TV with "No Ordinary Family." Also, "Dredd" at Cannes and more.
Fox has announced today that it has renewed the fledgling action series "Human Target" for a second season, putting to rest concern among fans that the show would not be returning next Fall.
Sam Jackson says "big S.H.I.E.L.D." movie to come! "Swamp Thing" muddled by rights issues. "Metadocs" to become a SyFy series. Also, "Youngblood" still in the works and more.
Your first look at "Green Lantern's" Hector Hammond! "Kick-Ass" screenwriter reports to "First Class." First photos of "Conan" hit the Internet, by Crom! Also, 3D "Dredd" and more.
Producer sees "Red" while on set. Mark Strong hints at the voice of Sinestro in "Green Lantern." Josh Brolin excited by "Men in Black 3" Also, "Conan" set photos, "Iron Man 3" hints and more.
Toby Jones cast as Armin Zola in "Captain America!" Michel Gondry talks 3D in "Green Hornet." A classic Ford character in "Cowboys & Aliens." Your final "Iron Man 2" press round up and more.
Academy Award-winning screenwriter, producer and director Akiva Goldsman takes the helm for the season finale of Fox's sci-fi hit "Fringe" and teased at what's to come as the show readies to explore a parallel dimension.
Actor says "Kick-Ass 2" not so certain as previously thought. Experimental plane photo from the set of "Green Lantern." Your "Iron Man 2" press round up, "Prince of Persia" pics, and more.
Matthew Vaughn confirmed for "First Class." A look at Ferris Aircraft from "Green Lantern." Mark Millar already talking "Kick-Ass 2." Also, "Captain America" confirms villain and more.
The "Kick-Ass" director signs on the dotted line for the Bryan Singer-produced prequel that explores the early years of Magneto, Professor X and the X-Men to be released on June 3, 2011.
In "Iron Man 2," the armored Avenger's foe, Whiplash, makes his big screen debut with Mickey Rourke playing the part of the villain. CBR takes a look at the history of the character in this edition of THE IRON MANUAL.
Marvel Studios has officially announced that acclaimed actor Hugo Weaving has signed on to portray nazi villain the Red Skull in "The First Avenger: Captain America," confirming long-running rumors.
Matthew Vaughn goes to "First Class?" Chloe Sullivan to stay in "Smallville?" Sam Rockwell joins a game of "Cowboys & Aliens," Also, your "Iron Man 2" press round up and more.
Paramount and Marvel Studios have released over a dozen new stills and behind the camera shots from "Iron Man 2," the Robert Downey Jr. starring movie which hits U.S. theaters in just a few short days on May 7.
Who will direct "X-Men Origins: First Class?" The third "Batman" finds a release date. Lori Grimes cast for "The Walking Dead." Also, "Captain America" rumors, a "Tron" banner and more.
"Iron Man 2," which opened last Wednesday in many international markets, has already crossed the $100 million line. The film is performing stronger than its predecessor and has enjoyed favorable reviews.
While displaying high production values, the remake of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" comes with a script that's over-thought, obsessed with back-story, and takes away the power of the female characters.
Actor David Blue talks to Spinoff Online about his role in SyFy's "Stargate Universe," as well as his own nerdy background and thoughts on the final five episodes of "Lost."
An already rich genre movie season has just become even wealthier with news that Christopher Nolan's third Batman film is to open in the summer of 2012, joining new Spider-Man and Star Trek films plus "The Avengers."
Your first look at "Thor" in costume! "Jonah Hex" trailer gets ugly online! "Incognito" to be a Fox feature! Also, "Iron Man 2" press, "Smallville" finale first look and more.
For the first time, a photo of the Thundergod himself is out in public as Chris Hemsworth suits up in a Olivier Coipel-inspired version of Thor's costume for the incoming Marvel Studios picture. Updated
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Icon series about pulp supervillains in the Witness Protection Program has been snapped up for the big screen treatment by 20th Century Fox with a Pulitzer Prize-winner tapped for the screenplay.
Spinoff Online visited the set of "Fringe" to talk to the cast about one of the weirdest turns the acclaimed Fox show has taken, tonight's musical episode, "Brown Betty."
"Iron Man 2" is more a character piece than a summer action film. Featuring a great cast and fun interactions between characters but a story that loses its way, the film is an enjoyable visit with some old friends.
Already open in six countries overseas, the Marvel Comics armored sequel is showing signs of strength, kicking off what could be a boffo box office run for the highly anticipated ramp up to "The Avengers."
Check out the first theatrical trailer for "Jonah Hex," the new Warner Bros. film based on DC Comics' classic anti-hero of the Old West. Opening June 18, "Jonah Hex" stars Josh Brolin, John Malkovich and Megan Fox.
Agent Coulson's big role in "Thor" and a look at the Destroyer! "Superman" begins on IMAX in 2012? "Men in Black 3" to begin shooting in August. Also, a "Starman" film in the works and more.