New Smallville Spoilers, Photos & Previews!

Episode 8.11 – Legion – CW Synopsis

DC COMICS’ LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARRIVE IN SMALLVILLE FROM THE FUTURE TO HELP CLARK STOP BRAINIAC AND THE PERSUADER — The aftermath of Doomsday’s (Sam Witwer) attack on Chloe (Allison Mack) and Jimmy’s (Aaron Ashmore) wedding leaves Clark (Tom Welling) in shock, but before he can search for the kidnapped Chloe, The Persuader (guest star Fraser Aithceson) appears and attacks him. Rokk (guest star Ryan Kennedy), Imra (guest star Alexz Johnson) and Garth (guest star Calum Worthy), also known as The Legion, step in from the future to help vanquish the Persuader and the group realizes Brainiac has taken over Chloe once again. Meanwhile, up at the Fortress, Chloe, as Brainiac, informs Davis he is Doomsday and was created to kill “the other Kryptonian” and destroy the world. Source: CW

I’m dying to know what happens to Smallville’s Chloe (Allison Mack) in the wake of Doomsday kidnapping her at her wedding! MATT: I just got off the horn with Sam Witwer (aka Davis/Doomy), and he says the Jan. 15 episode picks up more or less with “the absolute aftermath” of that wedding-smashing. How will Chloe bounce back from her abduction by the abomination? “That’s a good question,” Witwer hedges. “Chloe has an alter ego [aka Brainiac] as well, and that plays into how she’s going to progress as a character.” As for critically injured Jimmy, his assailant’s portrayer kindly offers, “I’m hoping the guy pulls through.”  — Source: TV Guide

Episode 8.11 – Legion – Promotional Photos

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Episode 8.12 – Bulletproof – Synopsis

JOHN JONES IS SHOT — Clark (Tom Welling) discovers John Jones (guest star Phil Morris) was shot while working as a police officer, so Clark dons the uniform and goes undercover to find the culprit. Meanwhile, Lana (Kristin Kreuk) confronts Tess (Cassidy Freeman) and tells her Lex isn’t the man she thinks he is. Lana’s shocking news forces Tess to reevaluate her position as the head of Luthorcorp. Source: CW

Episode 8.14 – Requiem – Steve Lombard

We know nothing about how he factors into this story at all, but the character of Steve Lombard – introduced in the 1970’s Superman comics – makes an appearance, where he will be played by Ray Galletti. In the comics, Lombard is generally known as a sports reporter, both on television and in the Daily Planet. Thanks to Andy for the tip. Source: KS

Episode 8.17: Hex  — February-April 2009

12/18 – In one scene, Clark stares lovingly into Chloe’s eyes, but only because he thinks it’s Lois. It’s at that moment that Chloe learns how hard Clark has fallen for Lois.

Source: The Ausiello Files

Is there anything in the Smallville episode “Hex” that furthers the Clark-Lois relationship? — Trisha
MATT: It’s fair to say there’s a little something for every fan base in this season’s 17th outing, in which a truly magical magician fulfills Chloe’s wish to have Lois’ “easy” life … by transplanting her into her cousin’s body. While my frenemy already teased a “longing look” between Clark and “Lois” — and Erica Durance’s admirers can obviously count on seeing gobs of their fave actress — Chloe fans should be very pleased with an epiphany their girl reaches at episode’s end. By the way, you know Clark gets a wish granted as well, right?  — Source: TV Guide

Kristen Kreuk has gone from sappy sweetie Lana Lang on Smallville to the ass-kicking bad-ass title role in Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li. Sporting a new do to accompany her new tude at Spike’s Video Game Awards yesterday, Kristen gave us the exclusive dirt on her new role, and why she will not disappoint her Smallville fans.

Kristen Kreuk Talks

Will you be popping up on Smallville anymore this season?
I will. I have four more episodes that will air starting January 15th.

Anything you can share with us?
Lana is coming back after being away for a long time. The audience gets to find out what happened to her, what occurred during that time period. She’s very different when she comes back. Then she gets a beautiful send-off. She’s been a victim for so long, so she gets a beautiful send-off as a hero that her fans will really, really like.

Is this the last season of Smallville?
I don’t know. It depends on whatever goes on between Tom Welling and the powers that be. If there is another season, I won’t be there – that is all I know!  — Source: Fearnet

Sci-Fi Magazine Teasers

The new issue of SciFi magazine has lots of teasers and hints–but no specific spoilers–about things coming up in the second half of the season, including Clois and the two possible ways the season can end!

Chimmy lives on: Kelly Souders says that the couple will “try to manage life” after their wedding but that it won’t be easy for them.

In “Power” (the only episode specific spoiler), we’ll learn what Lana was up to before her return, including some secrets she’s been keeping.

Re: the show’s two villains: The only real comment about Doomsday was that “we all know that doesn’t end well.” As for Tess, it sounds like we should expect to see her league of super-powered villains let loose at some point this season.

Clark’s transition to Superman: “Clark’s strugge to become the Superman we all admire faces new challenges.” KS noted that Oliver and the other members of the Justice League haven’t had the same struggle with developing their superhero identities as Clark has because their first identities aren’t lies. But for Clark, the transition is harder because Clark Kent, farmboy, is already a mask. She adds that Clark’s humanity also gets in the way.

The end of the season: KS confirms what we’ve heard before. PS3 have planned two different potential arcs to end the season depending on whether this is the last season or not (I assume what we’ve heard before remains true, that the only episodes that would be different are the final 6–that is episodes 17-22). She also insists that there are plenty of stories left to tell, “People have been telling Superman stories for decades, so we have no doubt we can tell stories for another year.” And here’s the real tease: depending on whether the show ends this year or there is a season 9, the final episode “will either be a heroic send-off or a heartbreaking decision for Clark to move on to the next phase.”

Lois and Clark relationship: KS hints at what’s ahead, “After a near-kiss with Lois, emotions and lust are flying. Their chemistry is charging full speed ahead, but let’s face it, their insecure walls are getting in the way.”

Source: SCI-Fi Magazine via SuperHero Hype

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