“When the past becomes the present the future is doomed…”Jor-El (Julian Sands) has arrived in Smallville…literally. Here is the promo trailer for “Kandor” which is the seventh episode of Season 9 of “Smallville”.
Here is a description of the episode via CWTV.com:
Jor-El (guest star Julian Sands) mysteriously arrives at the Kent farm searching for his son, Kal-El, but meets Chloe (Allison Mack) instead. Convinced the Blur is Jor-El, Zod (Callum Blue) enlists Tess’s (Cassidy Freeman) help in finding him to force him to reveal the secret to his powers. Clark (Tom Welling) realizes Jor-El is alive and on Earth and races to find him before Zod does.
Julian Sands as Jor-El in "Smallville" -- Image via CWTV.com
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According to Variety, Summit Entertainment will re-release “Twilight” [for one day only] the day before the anticipated release of its sequel “New Moon” which opens on November 20, 2009. The question is, would you want to go see “Twilight” in the theaters when it is currently on DVD?
The cast of “Legend of the Seeker” reveal secrets on what to expect for the upcoming second season in this new behind the scenes featurette. Craig Horner, Bridget Regan, Bruce Spence, Tabrett Bethell, and Craig Parker appear in this video along with some new clips from this season. Watch the season premiere of “Legend of the Seeker” on November 7, 2009.
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This is a scene from the Season 2 Premiere of “Legend of the Seeker”, which will air on November 7, 2009. In this scene Richard (Craig Horner) discovers a tear in the veil between the living and the dead. This is an extended scene from the Season 2 Sneak Peek video. Click here to watch the LoTS sneak peek video for more scene clips from the upcoming second season of “Legend of the Seeker”.
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According to Entertainment Weekly, “Smallville” may come back for a 10th season! This is not official but according to the producers of the show, they “hope it happens.” Read more at Entertainment Weekly.
This is interesting news. On the one hand, I think it would be an amazing achievement to have the show make it to a 10th season but on the other hand – the way the show has been going this season it almost feels like they can wrap everything up nicely. It’s crazy to think that “Smallville” has been on for 9 years then alone a decade! I guess we shall see, but for now I am enjoying Season 9 of “Smallville” thus far.
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According to THR.com, NBC has ordered 6 more episodes of “Chuck” on top of the original 13 episodes that were ordered for the upcoming third season. Making the total episode order 19.
The “Chuck” season three launch has reportedly been bumped up to January 2010 instead of the slated March 2010 start date as stated by THR.com. Although that is not definite just yet. The article also states that “Chuck” will most likely will air with “Heroes” on Monday nights.
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At a glance, the month of November has a potential box office hit coming out every weekend. I think it is safe to predict that “New Moon”, the anticipated sequel to “Twilight” is going to be a big hit. For those who are not “Twi-hards” there are plenty of other movies coming out this month that may interest you. Kicking off the first weekend of November is Disney’s “A Christmas Carol” in 3D which I think is going to look amazing in 3D. For those who are still in the Halloween mood there is “The Fourth Kind” which is based on actual events.
Sticking with the animation theme, the “Fanastic Mr. Fox”, “Planet 51”, and “The Princess and the Frog” will premiere this month as well. From the writer and the director of “The Day After Tomorrow” is Roland Emmerich’s latest work “2012”. I actually liked “The Day After Tomorrow” more than I thought I would, so perhaps “2012” would be worth checking out. Want more action than a disaster film? You may want to check out “Ninja Assassin” which is coming out the day before Thanksgiving.
Dialing it back a couple of notches from blood and disaster to feel-good film is “The Blind Side” starring Sandra Bullock which is based on the true story of professional football player Michael Oher. Looking for a family comedy that is non-animated? Perhaps check out “Old Dogs” starring Robin Williams and John Travolta.
My spotlight pick of the month is “Precious” which is based upon the novel “Push” by Sapphire. This movie has been getting some Oscar buzz and with Executive Producers Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry behind the film; this film must be something special. The trailer and some of the scenes for “Precious” had me tearing up already. Mariah Carey also stars in the film as well. Check out the video below to hear Oprah talk about the film a little bit more. Well that’s my November overview, click on the link below to check out the rest of the movies coming out in the next month.
MSN has debuted a new behind the scenes featurette on The Wolf Pack from the anticipated “Twilight” sequel “New Moon” which will open in theaters on November 20, 2009.
In the featurette, “New Moon” Director Chris Weitz talks about introducing “the world of werewolves” into the film with CGI and the actors who play the wolf pack members talk a little bit about the movie too. Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black) and Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan) also appear in this behind the scenes look at “The Wolf Pack”. Click on the link below to watch the behind the scenes featurette of “New Moon” or watch it through the embedded video below.