Laura Vandervoort may be the star of her own show now, but for many of us, she'll always be Smallville's Kara a.k.a. Supergirl! She recently posed for an absolutely stunning photoshoot with Felix Magazine and also shed some light on a recent rumor... come check it out!
Man of Steel is arguably one of the most divisive CBMs ever. While some fans were more than satisfied, some were disappointed, including Smallville's John Schneider. It turns out he wasn't too big on how Jonathan Kent was portrayed.. Come see what he had to say!
At New York Comic Con, IGN interviewed Laura Vandervoort about the upcoming Supergirl television series being developed by CBS. She offers some advice for the future actress that will inhabit the role as well as expressing interest in making an appearance.
Smallville's, Supergirl, Laura Vandervoort is the latest CBM heroine to grace the cover of Maxim. Come take a look at her spellbinding photos and check out a behind the scenes interview as she promotes her new werewolf drama, Bitten.
Lee Thompson Young - who played 'Cyborg' in Smallville and also appeared in Scrubs, FlashForward and Rizzoli & Isles - has died at the age of 29 from what officials believe to have been a suicide. Read on for further details.
Serinda Swan, who played Zatanna in Smallville, looks back at her time working on the controversial series and expresses her gratitude to fans who still praise her for her role opposite as the iconic DC character opposite Tom Welling's "Red/Blue Blur".
A legal mess that has dragged out for sometime now over tens of millions of dollars between Warner Brothers and Smallville showrunners Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins has been settled. Click here for the details.
Bryan Q. Miller was a writer and executive story editor on Smallville and has recently taken on the challenge of writing the Season 11 comic book. Here he talks about whether or not Batman was ever going to be introduced in the TV series, his role in this series and much more.
In an exclusive interview with CBM Editor Ed Gross, writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses the Smallville season 11 digital comic, in this installment talking about the Lex Luthor that audiences will be meeting.
Hilarious new video reveals voice cast for Lollipop Chainsaw, including Juliet Starling (Batman: Arkham City's Harley Quinn) and Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville's Lex Luthor)!