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Urban Legend Collector’s Edition and Urban Legends: Final Cut – Arrive November 20 from Scream Factory

Scream Factory Presents Urban Legend Starring Jared Leto, Alicia Witt, Rebecca Gayheart, Joshua Jackson, Loretta Devine, Tara Reid, Michael Rosenbaum, and Robert Englund Collector’S Edition 2-disc Blu-ray™ & Urban Legends: Final Cut Starring Jennifer Morrison, Matthew Davis, Hart Bochner, Joseph Lawrence, Anthony Anderson, and Loretta Devine. Arrive November 20, 2018 From Scream Factory™ The making …

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Scream Factory Reveals Special Features for Urban Legend and Urban Legends: Final Cut Blu-rays

Make sure you check the backseat of your car, because as Scream Factory announced during Comic-Con, they're bringing Urban Legend and Urban Legends: Final Cut to Blu-ray, and now they've revealed the extensive special features for both releases, including a 147-minute documentary, a new audio commentary, a bunch of new interviews, and more!

Press Release: Get ready to face your worst fears this November 20, 2018 when Scream Factory™ unleashes 90’s horror smash hit Urban Legend Collector’s Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray and its suspenseful follow-up Urban Legends: Final Cut Blu-ray. A must-have for loyal fans, movie collectors and horror enthusiasts, Urban Legend Collector’s Edition and Urban Legends: Final Cut contain special bonus content. Pre-order now at ShoutFactory.com

Directed by Jamie Blanks, Urban Legend stars Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club), Alicia Witt (TV’s The Exorcist), Rebecca Gayheart (Jawbreaker), Joshua Jackson (The Affair), Loretta Devine (Grey’s Anatomy), Tara Reid
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Smallville’s Michael Rosenbaum Wants In On James Gunn’s Suicide Squad 2

Michael Rosenbaum is definitely among the sanest people to have emerged from the cast of Smallville – in that he didn’t join a sadomasochistic religious sex cult and engage in human trafficking. So, he’s got that going for him. What he doesn’t seem to have is much of a big screen presence as judging by his IMDb page, he doesn’t look to have anything of note coming up. That might be why he’s angling for a part in James Gunn’s Suicide Squad 2.

A day after Dave Bautista indicated that he’s enthusiastic about making the jump from Marvel to DC alongside Gunn, Rosenbaum chipped on in Twitter by saying “Sign me up, too.” He’ll probably get his wish fulfilled as well, as Rosenbaum and Gunn are longtime friends, with the former making a cameo appearance as Martinex (one of Sylvester Stallone’s Ravagers
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New ‘Lego DC Super-Villains’ story trailer focuses on Darkseid

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Tt Games, The Lego Group and DC Entertainment have released a new Lego DC Super-Villains story trailer that focuses on longtime Justice League nemesis Darkseid, voiced by Michael Ironside, as he goes toe-to-toe with the best of the bad, including The Joker, Harley Quinn, Lex Luthor and countless others, for control of the planet.

In addition to Ironside as Darkseid, Lego DC Super-Villains features a stellar voice-over cast, including Mark Hamill (The Joker), Kevin Conroy (Batman), Fred Tatasciore, Gina Torres (Superwoman), Brandon Routh (Shazam), Gilbert Gottfried (Mister Mxyzptlk), Mark Rolston (Deathstroke), Scott Porter (Aquaman), Julie Nathanson (Silver Banshee), Michael Rosenbaum (Flash), Tara Strong (Harley Quinn), C. Thomas Howell (Reverse-Flash), Cissy Jones (Lois Lane), Clancy Brown (Lex Luthor), Wally Wingert (Riddler), Tasia Valenza (Poison Ivy), Tom Kane (Commissioner Gordon), Lex Lang (Deathstorm), Travis Willingham (Superman), Jb Blanc and Eric Bauza (Mister Freeze), among many others.

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Smallville’s Michael Rosenbaum Says He Wants His Lex Luthor Job Back

Smallville wasn’t to every DC fan’s tastes, but pretty much every Superman lover out there can agree that Michael Rosenbaum was superb as Lex Luthor. In fact, he’s probably the best screen version of the Man of Steel’s nemesis we’ve ever had, as Rosenbaum was able to get under the skin of the criminal mastermind and believably take him down the path towards darkness over the first seven seasons of the prequel show.

Naturally, fans have been wanting to see him play Luthor again ever since Smallville ended, most likely on Supergirl. Rosenbaum may have his sights set on reprising his villainous role on the big screen instead, though, as he recently made a joking (we think) comment on Twitter about replacing Jesse Eisenberg.

In response to those reports that Henry Cavill is out as Supes, Rosenbaum tweeted: “I wish Eisenberg was done at Warner Brothers.
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Tom Welling Shares Behind The Scenes Moment On Smallville Where Michael Rosenbaum Saved The Day

Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum are doing the convention circuit, and it’s resulted in a lot of Smallville stories folks haven’t heard prior to now. This includes a behind-the-scenes moment from Season 6, in which Rosenbaum “saved the day,” by chasing down a rogue snowmobile on a collision course with a helicopter despite having a bad back (via Comicbook):

We had three helicopters working that day. During lunch, it was really cool because they brought us up in helicopters, ran us around on snowmobiles, and then took us out to the set where they'd drop us off and get rid of the snow tracks because I guess in post, it was too expensive to get rid of tracks in the snow. At lunch, one of the guys on the snowmobiles was zipping around and the helicopters were all parked....The guy falls off this huge, three-person snowmobile and
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Stephen Amell Reveals How He Thinks Arrow Should End

Though Arrow is entering what’s sure to be a brutal and exciting seventh season, it’s just a statement of fact that the journey will have to end at some point. Perhaps it’ll be able to equal – or surpass – what Smallville had achieved if it reaches the ten-year mark or beyond, but either way, it’s been a memorable run nonetheless.

So, whenever we finally reach the home stretch, it’s fully expected that the producers start enacting their endgame. Whatever that may be is unknown to anybody other than them, but that doesn’t mean speculation won’t occur. In fact, even series lead Stephen Amell discussed such a thing while recently appearing on Michael Rosenbaum’s Inside of You podcast.

Here’s how the conversation unfolded once Rosenbaum brought up the time when he knew he had to walk away from the character of Lex Luthor:
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Arrow’s Stephen Amell Reveals His Favorite Show To Crossover With

Stephen Amell is the daddy of the Arrowverse, as he’s seen The CW’s DC TV universe expand exponentially since he first donned the Green Arrow’s hood in 2012. Every year, the star gets to check in on the spinoff shows that came after Arrow – namely, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow – and this year will also introduce Ruby Rose’s Batwoman ahead of her own series, coming in 2019.

With such an enormous shared universe to roam around, is it difficult for Amell to decide which of the shows is his favorite to travel over to as a guest star? Apparently not. While speaking in a candid interview with Michael Rosenbaum on his Inside Of You podcast, the actor quickly admitted that The Flash is his favorite Arrowverse show to crossover with, as he really enjoys working with Grant Gustin.

“Flash is my favorite show to go to,
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Arrow: Stephen Amell Reveals He Earned Less Than His Co-Stars!

Arrow is a hit for The CW.

It helped kickstart the DC TV universe that spans multiple shows to this day.

It makes sense then to think that Arrow's leading man, Stephen Amell, would be the highest-paid actor on the show, right?

The actor appeared as a guest on former Smallville actor, Michael Rosenbaum's, Inside of You podcast on Tuesday, and the 37-year-old-actor opened up about his tenure on the superhero series.

"I didn't really care what the deal was," Amell shared, noting that it was his first time leading the cast of a TV show.

"It was a fair deal. I had no quote. I had never been a series regular before; I was a series regular on Hung, technically, but I wasn't going to be bumped up to a series regular price until the fourth season—if there was a fourth season, which there wasn't."

Related: Arrow: Colton Haynes Returns!
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Stephen Amell Made Less Than His Co-Stars During Arrow’s First Season

These days, we turn on The CW and expect to see either Arrow or one of several DC shows orbiting it. Though the fan favorite series spawned what is now aptly titled “the Arrowverse,” it naturally took some time for such a thing to blossom.

During the 2012-13 broadcast season, this new kid on the block of sorts had to prove itself. If you’ll recall, some viewers were hesitant to embrace a new actor portraying Oliver Queen so soon after Justin Hartley had done just that during Smallville‘s latter years, but Stephen Amell was more than up to the task.

Now, Amell often finds himself as being the most popular guest whenever making convention appearances, but would you believe there was a time when he actually made less than his co-stars? While recently appearing on Michael Rosenbaum’s podcast, Inside of You, the Emerald Archer himself had this
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Stephen Amell Earned Less Than His Co-Stars as Arrow's Leading Man

Stephen Amell Earned Less Than His Co-Stars as Arrow's Leading Man
Stephen Amell tells it like it is. The 37-year-old-actor was a guest on Michael Rosenbaum's Inside of You podcast Tuesday, where he spoke candidly about what it's like to be the lead of The CW's smash Arrow; Amell was cast as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, a billionaire playboy turned masked vigilante, in 2011. Arrow was Amell's first leading role, and at the time, "I didn't really care what the deal was," he said. "It was a fair deal. I had no quote. I had never been a series regular before; I was a series regular on Hung, technically, but I wasn't going to be bumped up to a series regular price until the fourth season—if there was a fourth season, which there wasn't. It...
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Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum, And Ian Somerhalder Reunite For Mini Smallville Reunion

Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum, and Ian Somerhalder were at Wizard World Chicago over the weekend, and the trio took some time to pose for Twitter and show off their mini-Smallville reunion:

#Smallville #reunion @iansomerhalder #tomwelling @wizardworld #wizardworld #chicago #goodfolks pic.twitter.com/vkVbyxODju

— Michael Rosenbaum (@michaelrosenbum) August 26, 2018

Everyone is looking pretty good, although I'm not sure I'll ever get used to Rosenbaum having a full head of hair. Honestly, I'm surprised there hasn't been more talk of a revival considering the show's love and how open these guy's schedules have been. Rosenbaum had pitched an animated revival earlier in the year, and while Welling and others seemed on board, Allison Mack's legal issues might've thrown a wrench in that. Would you watch an animated return of Smallville?
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Sound the Alarms: There Was a Mini Smallville Reunion Over the Weekend

Wizard World Chicago was a con full of reunions, from the cast of Boy Meets World recreating their iconic portrait to a trio of former Smallville cast members -- specifically, Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum and Ian Somerhalder -- taking the time for a group selfie.

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20 Weirdest Things About Lex Luthor's Body

Whether you prefer Jesse Eisenberg, Kevin Spacey, Michael Rosenbaum, or Gene Hackman; Injustice or Lego Batman; chances are we can all agree on the singular genius of Superman’s archnemesis, Lex Luthor.

He founded the Leagion of Doom, he’s outmatched just about every member of the Justice League, he is a genius billionaire playboy philanthropist to rival Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark, and he's even spent three years as leader of a country, during which time he successfully led the country against an alien invasion.

Like all DC Comics characters (and indeed most comic book characters across the board), Luthor hides some pretty weird physical and mental traits. Since his first comic book appearance in Action Comics #23 in 1940, he’s undergone some dramatic transformations, survived cataclysmic, universe-altering events, and (like most comic characters) has even lost his life several times.

Over the years, Luthor has employed just about every
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Topher Grace Was Surprised Sony Wanted Him To Play Venom

Despite what some naysayers may have to offer, Venom has remained among my most anticipated comic book movies to drop in 2018. Sure, the studio may be foregoing any connection to Spider-Man, but that doesn’t detract from how the film looks positively badass in the slightest.

With that in mind, one must remember the first time that Sony brought Eddie Brock to the big screen, that being in 2007’s Spider-Man 3. Having been shoehorned into the script by the Powers That Be, it’s quite apparent that the character was superfluous, but who are we to question the infallible wisdom of Hollywood execs?

When it came to casting, it’s not like we had the Tom Hardy of today, but rather, Topher Grace, who’d been mostly known for comedic roles to that point. Funny enough, even Grace himself can express confusion in hindsight, doing just that during a recent
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Should Disney Completely Recast Guardians of the Galaxy 3?

Should Disney Completely Recast Guardians of the Galaxy 3?
The cast of Guardians of the Galaxy recently released a statement voicing their support for James Gunn, after Disney fired him from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. However, Drax the Destroyer actor Dave Bautista has been the most outspoken, even going as far to say that he'd quit if Marvel and Disney don't keep Gunn's original script for the third installment. This has led to some talk about who could replace Bautista, but even further, could the whole movie be recast since they all stand behind Gunn?

As far as the role of Drax is concerned, Jason Momoa admitted in 2014 that he turned the role down. He's now Aquaman in the Dceu, so things worked out pretty well for the actor, even after turning down a giant Marvel Studios franchise. At the time, Momoa did not want to play another alien role without a whole lot of dialogue since
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Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum Speaks Out About Allison Mack's "Shocking" Nxivm Charges

Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum Speaks Out About Allison Mack's
Allison Mack's Smallville co-star Michael Rosenbaum has broken his silence on her alleged role in Nxivm. During a recent guest appearance on Theo Von's podcast This Past Weekend, the Lex Luthor character said he hadn't spoken out about her sex trafficking arrest because "it's shocking." "All I can say is this: When I was on that show, Allison was the sweetest, most professional," he said. "She was just a great girl, great actress." Looking back their time on set together, Rosenbaum did recall Mack "doing some self-help stuff."  "I didn't listen to it," he said. "I just remember thinking, 'Oh that sounds a little culty....
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Geoff Johns Confirms Superboy And Lex Luthor For Titans

The first trailer for Titans, the first live-action take on the teen superhero team coming to the DC Universe streaming service, was unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, and it promised a dark, gritty and R-rated interpretation of Robin and his band of adolescent vigilantes. In particular, we got glimpses of Raven, Starfire, Beast Boy and Hawk and Dove. But they won’t be the only iconic DC comics characters making appearances.

Speaking at the Titans panel at Sdcc, Geoff Johns let slip that we can expect to see not just Superboy in Titans but also his “parent” Lex Luthor. The comic book writer (and Titans exec producer) was recalling how he originally pitched the storyline that revealed Supes’ clone was also partly derived from Luthor’s DNA to DC comics co-producer Dan Didio when he revealed the news:

“I pitched [Dan Didio] the Superboy/Lex Luthor thing — which we’ll get to [on Titans] eventually.
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Smallville Star Is Down For An Animated Revival

Though we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to DC TV shows nowadays, a lot of fans still miss Smallville, The CW’s Superman prequel that lasted for a whopping 10 seasons from 2001-2011. There’s little chance of a full-on revival of the series, but stars Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum have come up with an interesting alternative: an animated version.

The actors – who played Clark Kent and Lex Luthor, respectively, on the show – put forth the idea at Awesome Con a few months back. Now, ComicBook.com has passed on their comments to their old co-star Kristen Kreuk, who portrayed Clark’s first love, Lana Lang. The actress wasn’t aware of their proposal, but she seemed to like the idea as she said it “could be a lot of fun.”

“Yeah, absolutely. I’ve never thought about it, but that sounds like it could be a lot of fun…
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Smallville Almost Got a Green Arrow and Lois Lane Spinoff Series

When the Green Arrow was introduced on Smallville he was a big hit with the fans. It was really cool at the time to see these other superhero characters introduced in the series as they were building the show's version of the Justice League.

Oliver Queen a.k.a. Green Arrow was played by Justin Hartley in the series, and according to him the hero almost got his own spinoff series with Lois Lane! Hartley recently appeared on a podcast run by former Smallville actor Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor) called Inside of You. It was on this podcast that Hartley said:

"While I was on the show, while I was on Smallville, there were several different spinoff ideas that they had. They wanted to do a spinoff called Metropolis or something like that, I heard whispers of that. It was Lois and Oliver in Metropolis and whatever that was. They
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