Smallville: Interview with Executive Producers Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders
Smallville’s final season has hit the mid-year point, and the website Assignment X has scored an interview with executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders, who provide some hints on where things are going.
ASSIGNMENT X: I was under the impression from interviews last year that Zod was intended as a two-year arc?
BRIAN WAYNE PETERSON: Callum [Blue] had a two year contract, but even though we had loved Callum, we felt we had really run the character’s arc out. The exciting news is, we have hopes of having one great Zod episode. Nothing in stone, but we’re hopeful for this year.
KELLY SOUDERS: We know what it’s going to be.
AX: I think the great thing about this season, is officially knowing the show will be over so you can use the entire season to wrap things out.
SOUDERS: A lot of people say, “you have your last season, you don’t have to worry about a pick-up and all the pressure is off …”
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Ryan Kwanten goes from ‘True Blood’ to ‘Red Hill’
It’s hard to say what “True Blood” fans would find more surprising about Ryan Kwanten – that’s he’s 34 years old (with 18 years in the business) or that he’s Australian.
“I’m amazed by the number of people who run into me on the street and are shocked when they hear me talk and are convinced I’m preparing for a role right now,” says the genial fellow, trim and muscular and pretty much otherwise as you’d expect from seeing him as Jason Stackhouse on HBO’s vampire soap. “I’m going to use this film (“Red Hill”) as evidence that this is actually my real voice.”
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Are you looking forward to ‘Red Hill’? I don’t think I’ve ever heard Ryan Kwanten’s Aussie accent and I am Australian!
Have you been watching Smallville’s last season? What do you think?
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(I hope everyone is having a nice, relaxing, fun holiday season, too!)