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#1 Giovinco

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Posté 02 November 2011 - 20:47

Une rumeur pour le moment mais l'idée n'est pas mal ! :D

Metropolis : Suite de Smallville ?
The CW serait-elle en train de préparer la suite de Smallville ?

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Après dix ans de loyaux services, Clark Kent (qui avait plus que l'âge de quitter le domicile de ses parents, hein) pourrait partir à la ville : Metropolis.

Le site io9 a remarqué qu'une page consacrée à Metropolis avait vu le jour sur IMDB. Selon la base de données, Tom Welling (Clark Kent), Erica Durance (Lois Lane), Aaron Ashmore (Jimmy Olsen) et Michael McKean (Perry White) seraient de la partie.

Metropolis pourrait prendre la forme d'un téléfilm ou d'une série télévisée... ou être tout simplement une nouvelle erreur due à l'un des collaborateurs d'IMDB.

Affaire à suivre (ou pas).


Liens : http://www.fantasy.f...e-de-smallville

La fiche sur le site imdb : http://www.imdb.com/...ullcredits#cast

on en parle aussi sur un site américain.

Is This Proof a Smallville Spinoff
is in the Works? (Don’t Bet on It)


Fans of Smallville began clamoring for a sequel of sorts well before the series ended its 10-season run in May. Referred to by die-hards as Metropolis, the imagined follow-up has spawned fan fiction, fan-made trailers, and even a Twitter account devoted to making the spinoff a reality.

Now, nearly six months after the conclusion of Smallville, could the fabled Metropolis actually be happening? Well … I wouldn’t start planning my viewing party just yet.

A glimmer of hope for the spinoff comes this morning from io9.com, which notes there’s a listing for Metropolis on the not-always-reliable IMDb with a cast that so far boasts Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Aaron Ashmore and Michael McKean. Okay, sure. None of them is exactly taking Hollywood by storm at the moment, so a return to their Smallville roles wouldn’t be out of the question.

From there, though, the listing becomes significantly less believable. Metropolis is labeled as a TV series, rather than a (more likely) miniseries or TV movie, that’s in post-production. It’s possible, I guess, that the supposed project was filmed immediately after Smallville wrapped in the spring, to make use of the existing sets. From a financial standpoint, that makes sense.

Far less convincing, though, is the inclusion of Smallville co-creator Alfred Gough, who with Miles Millar left the series in 2008, as director, making the project his sole directing credit. Unlikely, sure, but not nearly as outlandish as the duo, who are suing The CW and Warner Bros. for breach of contract and what could amount to tens of millions of dollars in royalties, returning to the loving embrace of the network and its parent company.

Sorry, Smallville fans, but Metropolis is probably about as likely as that Green Arrow spinoff — at least for the time being.


Liens : http://spinoff.comic...dont-bet-on-it/

#2 fred94

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Posté 04 November 2011 - 15:24

ca serai de la bombe si cette rumeur etait fondée beaucoup de fan serait ravi je pense




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