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According to TV Guide, Lucy Lawless has been hired to play a character (possibly recurring) on the upcoming season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Press Release Super friends Warner Bros. Television (WBTV) and TV Guide Magazine have joined forces for the fifth year in a row, teaming up on a special Warner Bros.–themed Comic-Con special edition of the magazine, taking fans behind the scenes of their favorite series and offering up four sets of collectible “flip” covers featuring Arrow star Stephen Amell; The Flash star Grant Gustin; The Following stars Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy; Supernatural stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles; The Vampire Diaries stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder; Constantine star Matt Ryan; a celebration of the 75th anniversary of

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While many are waiting years for DC to release the next movie in theaters, those in the know realize that Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have been releasing animated features a couple of times a year for fans to enjoy. According to TV Guide, there’s a new animated movie on the books that will adapt Brainiac First Contact. The magazine also announced Molly Quinn will be voice Supergirl in the flick. “I’m so excited to be a part of the DC family, not to mention helping Superman fight crime. Yes, I am a Supergirl!” via TV Guide

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We mentioned it months ago here on the Major Spoilers site, now TV Guide has the first look at Brian Austin Green as Metallo in the two-part season premiere of Smallville.  Looks freakishly awesome. I like how the whole piece just sinks into the skin and a cyborg killing machine kind of way, instead of the loose, fall off the robot, plastic skin in Superman: The Animated Series. Smalleville kicks off season nine on September 25, 2009. via TV Guide

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Well not THE Dr. Horrible, but Neil Patrick Harris will provide the voice for the Music Meister in an upcoming Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode. The Music Meister—an amalgamation of various DC Comics villains—“has the power to create song wherever he goes, and he’s trying to dominate the world,” Tucker says, before pointing out that the episode’s “plot itself is just the framework, an excuse to have everybody sing!” Tucker and producer/story editor Michael Jelenic wrote five original songs for the episode. Yes, Batman: The Musical! If you are attending the San Diego Comic Con, you’ll want to

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Smallville fans who are waiting to find out who has been cast as Zod in the next season of Smallville are going to have to wait a while longer, but in the meantime, TVGuide.com found out another bit of information.  Brian Austin Green has been cast as John Corben.  That’s right, Metallo is coming to Smallville in season 9. The Smallville producers are going to dive into the Silver Age, by making Corben a reporter for the Daily Planet, instead of a crazed scientist (Golden Age), a petty thief (Modern Age), or Lex Luthor lacky (Superman: The Animated Series).    According

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TV Guide is floating the rumor that model Serinda Swan may make an appearance on the CW’s Smallville playing the backwards talking, wand waving, magician Zatanna. Swan will appear in this season’s 17th episode, “Hex,” as Zatanna, a magician who grants birthday girl Chloe a wish. Having been through the wringer ever since Brainiac mind-boinked her and Doomsday crashed her wedding day, Chloe expresses a desire to lead the comparatively mild-mannered life of Lois Lane. Voilà! Chloe magically inhabits Lois’ (and thus Erica Durance’s) body for the bulk of the hour. Let’s see, Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, Green Arrow, Black Canary,

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Earlier this week Major Spoilers mentioned “the Flash” was coming to NBC’s Heroes, now word from TV Guide is the Scarecrow (a.k.a. Bruce Boxleitner of Scarecrow and Ms. King fame) will be joining the show in a super secret recurring role. The article says the role was originally going to be modeled after Sen. John McCain, but those plans have been scrapped. Could Boxleitner’s character be a high profile politician dead set on eliminating the “mutant” threat? via TV Guide

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Okay, so TV Guide isn’t calling her the Flash, but the site is claiming Brea Grant (last seen on Friday Night Lights) will be speeding her way to the third season of Heroes as “The Speedster”. I doubt that will be the name used on the show (the part has her listed as Joy), but as the heroes move toward an organized group, having a speedster on the team is a smart move. Plus for the slobbering fan boys, she is a girl. via TV Guide

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Could Lori Lemaris be the love interest to replace Lana Lang in the next Season of Smallville? We’ve already been introduced to Smallville’s version of Aquaman, so another underwater character wouldn’t be too much of a shock. But talk about jumping the shark – or mermaid in this case. If you need further convincing; consider Lori Lemaris is another character with the initials LL. via TV Guide

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