Greetings, spoiler fanatics! We've finally gotten a non-blurry picture of a certain Transformers toy. Plus, a callsheet for a crucial Lost episode turned up, and it gives away a whole bushel of shocking plot twists. A G.I. Joe actor explained all about the movie's crucial ninja showdown. Plus there are some major hints for Dollhouse, Heroes, Sarah Connor, Smallville, Pushing Daisies, Chuck, Reaper, Eleventh Hour, Fringe, Supernatural, The Survivors and the Wonder Woman DVD movie. We spoil because we love! Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen: Finally! Some non-blurry images of the Soundwave toy. We were about to need an ophthalmologist. More pics at the link. [TFW2005]
G.I. Joe: Storm Shadow does fight Snake Eyes in the movie, says actor Byung Hun-Lee. He explains:
Yes, they have grown up together actually, like brothers, but there is a big misunderstanding between them. So even though they have grown up together, they become rivals, so they have to fight. It's kind of their destiny. I cannot talk about the twist, but the relationship between him and Snake Eyes — the dynamic between them — should be one of the most interesting points of the film.
[IGN] Lost: OMG major spoilers! A leaked callsheet provides tons of details for episode 5.04, "The Little Prince." Our characters are jumping between 2004 and 2007, and then later 1989, and there are nosebleeds aplenty for Charlotte and later Juliet. Locke wants to go back to the Orchid. And then Sawyer watches Kate help Claire give birth. and Miles gets a nosebleed. Meanwhile, at St. Stephen's Hospital, Jack resigns, Sayid doesn't trust Ben, and Tony attacks Sayid. Also, Jack wants to see Kate, and Ben admits he's been trying to take Aaron away. Kate is having it out with Ben, and then Sun shows up with a gun and they discuss the fact that Jin isn't dead. Ben takes Sun to see proof of Jin being alive. Plus there's more. Read it for yourself below. [SpoilersLost]
Meanwhile, slightly less Earth-shattering news. A big Hungarian guy will be playing a doctor who walks past Jack in the hallway. And he might be in more than one episode. [SpoilersLost] Dollhouse: There's a casting call for the ninth episode of Joss Whedon's brainwashed super-agent show, the final one of the batch the network has ordered so far. We meet the Bashford family: Margaret, a gracefully aging beauty; Jack Dunstan, Margaret's much younger husband; Nicholas, Margaret's ne'er-do-well son; Jocelyn, Margaret's pretty but arrogant daughter; and William, Margaret's hard-drinking ex-playboy estranged brother. [SpoilerTV] Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Does Brian Austin Green know something we don't? In a new interview, he hints that he may not be on the Terminator show for the long haul. (Assuming there is a long haul.) Green says he won't be playing Derek Reese forever, and adds: "My job now is to try and create other memorable characters and move on." He also sounds a bit blase about the show, compared with earlier interviews where he was super enthusiastic. [BuddyTV] Heroes: One of our main characters will die soon, and this will put an end to one of the show's big love stories right now. (Daphne maybe?) Also, there will be tons of deaths coming later, maybe at the end of the "Villains" storyline or during "Fugitives." Hunter (Zeljko Ivanek) loads a bunch of the heroes onto a transport plane, which then crashes. Several of the heroes die in the crash. Angela Petrelli won't be on that plane, but it sounds like Matt Parkman might be. [E! Online] Here's how "Villains" ends, according to the official synopsis of "War." Bear in mind that Arthur Petrelli apparently dies in the previous episode:
In the aftermath of the showdown against Arthur Petrelli, the Petrelli brothers (Adrian Pasdar and Milo Ventimiglia) find themselves battling against one another and Nathan makes a move that will have global repercussions. Meanwhile, Sylar (Zachary Quinto) holds Claire (Hayden Panettiere), H.R.G. (Jack Coleman), Meredith (guest star Jessalyn Gilsig) and Angela (Cristine Rose) hostage at Primatech and a face-off ensues. Elsewhere, Ando (James Kyson Lee), Matt (Greg Grunberg) and Daphne (guest star Brea Grant) continue their attempts rescue Hiro (Masi Oka) — and Dr. Suresh (Sendhil Ramamurthy) may be their only hope.
[Heroes News And Spoilers] And you will get a satisfying resolution to the "Villains" storyline, Tim Kring promises. [Sci Fi Wire] Smallville: Neither Chloe nor Doomsday are in their right minds, says Sam Witwer. And Davis doesn't have any control over his Doomsday side right now. He's definitely in the rest of the season and might be in the following season, and there is a long-term Doomsday plotline in the works. [E! Online] Meanwhile, John Glover probably won't be back, ever. [E! Online] Chuck: You notice how everybody from Chuck's past is a spy, and the mysterious Fulcrum organization is involved in all of it? This "mythology" will be explored, promises producer Chris Fedak. Also, in "Chuck Vs. The DeLorean," Morgan wants to buy an old barely operating DeLorean, which he wants to call the DeMorgan. [Sci Fi Wire] What's coming next for Lester? Vik Sahay says:
We're going to have situations where you again see Lester be granted status and a spotlight, and then see how he handles it. He's being confronted with himself more and more. It's a burning, slow reveal of who this guy is and how he handles himself in circumstances he thinks he wants to be in.
Also Jasika Nicole provides a tour of the set here, but I didn't see any spoilers. [Fringe Television again] Wonder Woman: Here are some new pics from the direct-to-DVD animated movie. [Warner Bros.]
Survivors: Here's the official description of the miniseries' sixth and final episode:
Abby and her friends find themselves on the run from Samantha and Dexter, who've formed a dangerous alliance that threatens everyone's freedom... Meanwhile, Sarah is confronted by a face from the past which leads her to betray her new friends. When Naj goes missing, the family is forced to face the dangers of the city in order to find him. Their food and water supplies have been stolen from their car by desperate urban survivors, so they know they may not be able to survive long enough to find Naj. The family is nearly torn apart when Greg and Abby find themselves on opposite sides of an argument. Meanwhile, Naj is befriended by a feral boy named Darren. Darren lives with the sinister Craig and June, who look after a group of children who forage amidst the ruins of the city, in return for shelter and protection. Naj soon sees that Craig is ruthlessly exploiting Darren and the others but, without Abby, he faces a struggle to save himself. With his adopted family searching for him in the deserted city, time is rapidly running out and Dexter is only a step behind them all...
[BBC via SurvivorsBBC] Supernatural: Here's what happens in "Sex And Violence," the episode we showed you some casting pages from: "Both Sam and Dean make new friends, and one of the boys gets laid. Later Sam and Dean fight each other, but not over the girl-over a guy!" [E! Online] Pushing Daisies: In the next few episodes, Aunt Lily makes sure Mr. Dwight Dixon doesn't get too comfortable in Coeur d'Coeurs. Meanwhile, Ned and Olive get some one-on-one time when they enter a cook-off together, because they get locked in a trunk together, within smooching space. [E! Online] Reaper: Sock gets a shot with a shape-shifting demon who can become any supermodel his heart desires - but this comes with some strings attached. [E! Online] Eleventh Hour: The show gets a new character: an FBI agent named Felix, who thinks Jacob's a genius and has a crush on Rachel. Is this a love triangle in the making? [E! Online] Additional reporting by Katharine Duckett.