Thursday, January 3, 2008

L&K NewsBits

  • On TV: Clark Kent vs. Clark Kent

Tonight's Best Bets

In "Smallville," 8 p.m. on The CW (Repeat). We've had a "Dukes of Hazzard" reunion, a visit from the big-screen Supergirl and now a guest shot by Dean Cain, who played you-know-who on "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman." Here, he plays a doctor who can relieve people of their meteor-inflicted powers. Chloe (Allison Mack) wants him to treat her, but what she doesn't know is that he has an evil agenda.

This episode is a repeat and originally aired last October 18, 2007 with a 5.18 million viewers ratings (tied with Season 7 Premiere Episode 7.01 - Bizarro for Smallville season 7 Episodes with highest viewers' ratings thus far...) If you missed this episode the first time it aired, tonight's your chance to see it especially if you are a huge Dean Cain fan.

View Trailer and Director's cut for Cure Episode below via YouTube (source: Smallville7thSeason):

Trailer ...

Director's Cut ...

Here are some Cure episode stills and screen caps:

Official Episode Stills (from The CW)...

Episode Screen Caps featuring Dean Cain as Dr. Curtis Knox (from SuperGem of Zoomway's L&C Board) ...

More caps can be viewed here.

Also, Dean was featured in TV Guide Magazine with the following article:

Click the image above to enlarge or view bigger scan here.

And pics of Dean Cain promoting his Smallville guest appearance from
Ktla Morning News:

  • Kate's 21 Movie, one of 55 Must See Movies of 2008

What movies will you be seeing in 2008? It’s a pretty simple question, but a very complex answer. Most consumers don’t plan their movie viewing habits that far in advance, but that doesn’t stop us from trying. Read more here.

Here's what they said about 21:


Release Date: March 21st 2008
Director: Robert Luketic (Monster-in-Law, Legally Blonde)
Writer: Peter Steinfeld (Analyze That, Be Cool)
Cast: Jim Sturgess, Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne, Aaron Yoo
The Buzz: Based on the book Bringing Down the House, 21 is the fact-based story about six MIT students who were trained to become experts in card counting and subsequently took Vegas casinos for millions in winnings. I read the book a few years back, and this is a fascinating story which should play well on the big screen.
Trivia: Much of this movie was actually shot across the river from MIT at Boston University because MIT would not allow them to film on campus.

source: The CW Network | Superman Homepage | The Olympian | SuperGem of Zoomway's L&C Board | Dean Cain Central |
sylver of Zoomway's Dean Cain forum | Slash Film

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