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The small-screen Superman mythos just breathed an enormous sigh of relief.
After nearly a year of will-he-or-won’t-he speculation, Michael Rosenbaum has inked a deal to reprise his role as Smallville‘s Lex Luthor in the two-hour season finale airing May 13, TVLine has learned.
“I’m delighted to return for the series finale,” Rosenbaum tells TVLine exclusively. “I’m simply doing it for all of the fans out there who made Smallville the great success it is. I appreciate all of their passion, their relentlessness, and even their threats. Ha ha.”
The actor continues, “I can’t wait to hug the old crew back in Vancouver one last time and see all of my old friends once again. Oh, and for Lex to become the bad-ass he’s destined to be.”
Executive producers Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson say of Rosenbaum’s encore, “It feels like the stars are aligning, literally. We couldn’t be more excited. And as far as the way he returns… there’ll be no doubt about how Lex becomes the great rival in Clark Kent’s life. He is the villain of the story.”
Rosenbaum’s return was considered by many to be the missing piece of the show’s 10th final run, which has welcomed back alums such as John Schneider and Annette O’Toole (as Jonathan and Martha Kent) and John Glover (Lionel Luthor), and later this season Laura Vandervoort (Kara/Supergirl) and Callum Blue (Zod).
But having Lex back in the flesh — given the series’ wrap-up and a season-long storyline strongly hinting at the supervillain’s return — seemed almost imperative. At the time that Smallville‘s final season was announced, series star/exec producer Tom Welling expressed that he would “definitely” like to have Rosenbaum back, saying, “With Clark propelled into being Superman, how do you do it without a Lex Luthor? That just doesn’t make sense to me.”
Rosenbaum last appeared on Smallville in May 2008, for the Season 7 finale. Prior to his encore as Lex, he next can be seen in a recurring role on the Fox comedy Breaking In, which premieres April 6.
Happy Febuary! I have made a new cover to reflect what has been going on in MR’s world mainly his short film Ghild hitting the film festivals, the hockey game he played in at Sundance, and a very amusing tweet he left yesterday which made me laugh so hard I had to make it the main story! Hope you like…
“SHORT FILMS IN COMPETITION: HEEBIE JEEBIES – A collection of strange and scary short films from around the world, for ages 10 to adult. All audience members receive voting ballots to select the NYICFF 2011 winning films! Program includes:
United States – WORLD PREMIERE
Live Action, David Yarovesky, 2010, 13 min”
For more information see: Gkids.tv
I seem to have been searching like a mad woman but finally the wonderful @vivianbloom found some photos of MR at Luc Robitaille’s 4th Annual Celebrity Shoot Out To Benefit Echoes Of Hope they are small and not great quality Im afraid but any evidence he was there has been so hard to come by Im so relieved to have these! Better quality photos will be added when they have been tracked down
I loved the trailer for MR’s short Ghild so much I made a wallpaper hope you like it please don’t cut off the tag to my site or claim this work as your own
Wow MR just tweeted a link to his trailer for Ghild and Im sure all of his fans are peeing their pants with excitement as much as I am right now! This is one of the projects that he has to offer at the start of this year and if the rest of the short is as sumptuous as the trailer I CANNOT wait!
Make sure that you head over to the official page and like it Ghild official facebook
Once again as a fangirl I am thankful to Twitter, the fact that celebrities use it as a way to communicate with their fans is wonderful and last night Michael used it to answer all the rumours. The problem with this last season of Smallville is that we want the real Lex Luthor not a clone and their decision to use clones has left us fans wondering what is going on. Michael has said he probably will not return and that created a backlash from fans of the show against him however as a fan of MR I support any decision he makes and this site will always support him. He has a lot of new projects in the pipeline which is incredibly exciting Smallville was incredible for Michael but he has a lot more to offer us as fans of his.