First Look at new TV WONDER WOMAN costume on Adrianne Palicki

Adrianne Palicki is WONDER WOMAN for the new NBC pilot | WONDER WOMAN comic books image | ©2011 Warner Bros. Television

NBC is taking a big leap with its new WONDER WOMAN TV remake developed by HARRY’S LAW creator David E. Kelly. Adrianne Palicki will be the Amazonian goddess for this pilot (it hasn’t been picked up to series … yet). Take a look at the new pick below which follows pretty closely to the recent WONDER WOMAN comic book incarnations. Do you love it? Do you hate it? Chime in below with your comments.

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Kevin Costner to star in SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL as Clark Kent’s dad

Kevin Costner in SWING VOTE | ©2008 Walt Disney Pictures

The Zack Snyder directed SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL movie added another person to its cast according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Kevin Costner. The actor will play Jonathan Kent, Clark Kent’s adoptive father. Costner will play opposite Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel himself while Diane Lane will be Martha Kent. In a press release from Warner Bros., Snyder says, “Jonathan Kent is the only father figure Clark has ever had, the man who was there to help Clark understand what he was meant to do in the world as Superman. Kevin will be able to communicate the quiet strength […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: V and SMALLVILLE actress Laura Vandervoort is used to being alien-ated

Laura Vandervoort in V - Season 2 | ©2011 ABC/Bob D'Amico

On ABC’s V, the humans may think they have problems with the invading Visitors, but there’s a lot of internal strife going on with the extraterrestrial reptiles as well. Anna, played by Morena Baccarin, is fighting to hold on to her position as supreme leader, while her mother Diana (played by Jane Badler of the original V series) forms an alliance with Anna’s daughter Lisa, played by Laura Vandervoort (pronounced VAN-der-vort). Before she was ever cast as Lisa, the Toronto Vandervoort was already familiar to audiences from her role as Kara, aka Supergirl, on the CW’s SMALLVILLE. The actress talks […]Read On »

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TV Review: SMALLVILLE – Season 10 – “Scion”

Cassidy Freeman and John Glover in SMALLVILLE - Season 10 - "Scion" | ©2011 The CW

Starring: Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Allison Mack, Justin Hartley, Cassidy Freeman Writers: Al Septien & Turi Meyer Director: Al Septien Network: The CW, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: March 4, 2011 Man, SMALLVILLE likes cramming a lot into an episode (then again, with only handful of episodes left, they have no choice). “Scion” is a Luthor-centric episode, as Tess (Cassidy Freeman) comes to Clark (Tom Welling) to reveal that the Lex Luthor clone called Alexander (Lucas Grabeel) only has half of Lex’s DNA, but half of Clark’s DNA too – and he’s starting to realize he has super powers. Tess […]Read On »

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TV Review: SMALLVILLE – Season 10 – “Fortune”

Allison Mack in SMALLVILLE - Season 10 - "Fortune" | ©2011 The CW/Jack Rowand

Starring: Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Allison Mack, Justin Hartley, Cassidy Freeman Writer: Anne Cofell Saunder Director: Christopher Petry Network: The CW, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: February 25, 2011 With SMALLVILLE being so uber-serious during its final season, when it decides to take it easy for a week and engage in its playful side, the result is the incredibly bizarro (and occasionally enjoyable) “Fortune.” Taking a HUGE riff on THE HANGOVER, the episode starts off with the beginning of the bachelor and bachelorette parties for Clark (Tom Welling) and Lois (Erica Durance). After drinking some roofie-like wine (a spell was […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: SMALLVILLE executive producer Brian Wayne Peterson chats about the end of a decade with Clark Kent

Tom Welling in SMALLVILLE - Season 10 - "Scion" | ©2011 The CW/Jack Rowand

As the months and episodes keep ticking to the finale of SMALLVILLE after ten seasons, the show continues to explore what it takes to get Clark Kent (Tom Welling) to transform from mild-mannered farmboy to Man of Steel. While at this winter’s CW TCA session, ASSIGNMENT X caught up with SMALLVILLE executive producer Brian Wayne Peterson to chat about the show’s forthcoming end and get some teases about what’s to come. [Note, this interview was conducted before the series returned from winter hiatus and before it was recently announced that Michael Rosenbaum was going to return as Lex Luthor for […]Read On »

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TV Review: SMALLVILLE – Season 10 – “Collateral”

Alison Mack in SMALLVILLE - Season 10 - "Collateral" | ©2011 The CW/Marcel Williams

Starring: Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Allison Mack, Justin Hartley Writer: Jordan Hawley Director: Morgan Beggs Network: The CW, airs Friday nights Original Telecast: February 5, 2011 Look who’s finally back. It’s seems like a long time since we last saw a new SMALLVILLE episode, right? What’s the deal with that? No matter, Clark (Tom Welling) and company are back, and I have to say, I was impressed. Then again, if SMALLVILLE had screwed up this episode, there would have been no hope for the season. It’s the comeback episode after a long break. It’s based off of one of the […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: SMALLVILLE star Erica Durance prepares for Season 10’s end

Erica Durance in SMALLVILLE - Season 10 - "Fortune" | ©2010 The CW/JSquared Photography

It’s hard to believe that SMALLVILLE is coming to an end after 10 seasons on the air, but this Spring, Clark Kent (Tom Welling) will finally grow into the Superman we all know and love. And guiding Clark on his mission since Season 4 (obviously and not so obviously)  has been Lois Lane played to perfection by Erica Durance. The timeline for SMALLVILLE has clearly veered from the pre-existing Superman mythology to take some wonderful detours along the way – and this year alone, Clark has already proposed to Lois which has taken the Lois and Clark relationship into new […]Read On »

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The X List: Catwoman of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: 5 Things You Need To Know

Catwoman is eyeing you. | ©2011 DC Comics.

Well, now we know: The two villains that will square off against Christian Bale’s gravelly-voiced Gotham City crusader in the third Christopher Nolan-helmed Batman film DARK KNIGHT RISES will be Catwoman (purrfect) and Bane (snap!) played by Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy, respectively. With a fan base not only devoutly dedicated to the many years of continuity in the Bat-comics, but impressed by Nolan’s unique, some might even say pseudo-realistic take on the surreal shenanigans of the cowled one and his extensive rogues’ gallery, how exactly do you handle reintroducing both of these antagonists in a way sure to please […]Read On »

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The X List: Bane of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES – 5 Things You Need To Know

Bane barrels toward movie stardom. | ©2011 DC Comics.

Well, now we know: The two villains that will square off against Christian Bale’s gravelly-voiced Gotham City crusader in the third Christopher Nolan-helmed Batman film DARK KNIGHT RISES will be Catwoman (purrfect) and Bane (snap!) played by Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy, respectively. With a fan base not only devoutly dedicated to the many years of continuity in the Bat-comics, but impressed by Nolan’s unique, some might even say pseudo-realistic take on the surreal shenanigans of the cowled one and his extensive rogues’ gallery, how exactly do you handle reintroducing both of these antagonists in a way sure to please […]Read On »

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