Today's spoilers include pictures from "citizen superhero" epics Kick-Ass and Defendor. Gwyneth Paltrow may be joining Soderbergh's virus-panic movie. A Freaks And Geeks star joins Lost. Gamble talks Supernatural season six! Plus V, Smallville, Caprica and The Crazies spoilers.
The Steven Soderbergh-directed thriller about trying to contain a viral outbreak has reportedly added Gwyneth Paltrow to its cast that also includes Kate Winslet, Matt Damon, Marion Cotillard and Jude Law. [Deadline]
Here are a bunch of new stills from this Woody Harrelson "non-superpowered guy tries to become a superhero" movie. [IGN]
Speaking of movies about ordinary people trying to become superheroes, here are some new posters for this upcoming film. [IGN]
Here are a buttload of pics and posters from this diseased crazytown movie. [ShockTillYouDrop]
I had talked about breaking out the Lost spoilers into their own page, but since today's batch is all just actors giving interviews to major media outlets, it hardly seems worthwhile. The actors aren't going to spill any huge secrets, after all. But feel free to disagree in comments!
So why is Sawyer palling around with Flocke anyway? Josh Holloway says it's because Sawyer's dead inside and he really doesn't want to go on living. And yes, it's probably over between Sawyer and Kate, although there's still a lingering attraction. Sawyer would feel like he was being disloyal to Juliet if he hooked up with Kate. And Holloway says he hopes Sawyer grows towards the light again. [People]
With just five episodes left to shoot, Jin and Sun still haven't had a reunion scene, both actors say. And it's possible they'll never be reunited on the island, they add. Says Daniel Dae Kim, "It's not a given that we're reuniting at all. There's no guarantee for a happy ending on the show." Adds Yunjim Kim, Sun and Jin may be reunited, only for something tragic to happen. [TV Guide]
Matthew Fox says Island-Jack isn't interested in trying to save people any more. "For the first time in his life, he's really listening to his own sense of what his fate is. He actually believes he's completely ready to give his life for what he is meant to do on this island." [TV Guide]
Samm Levine (Freaks And Geeks) will be in the show, just for one scene, which the producers wrote just for him. It's a goofy thing, but he won't go into any details. [TV Guide Magazine]
So since this show is getting a sixth season, does that mean we'll see "the apocalypse, the squeakwel" next year? Maureen Ryan asks new showrunner Sera Gamble, who replies:
No, you will not be getting Apocalypse, The Squeaquel in Season 6 (that's hilarious). We're climaxing that story this season. We've been working on the Season 6 storyline for quite some time, and we're very excited about it. We have lots of ideas, and are grateful for the chance to keep the show going.
Now that we've met War and Famine, the next horseman of the apocalypse we'll meet is Pestilence. The show is looking for a 40 to 50 year old man to play the "quirky, unassuming and highly intelligent" character who's neurotic and has a bit of a cold. Also, we'll meet a character from Sam's Stanford years named Tyson, who's now working for a pharmaceutical company that plans to capitalize on a particularly deadly flu virus by providing the vaccine. [TV Guide Magazine]
Elizabeth Mitchell says her character's son is in "great jeopardy" aboard the alien mothership, but she doesn't know it yet. [TV Guide]
And here's a new promo photo of the cast. [SpoilerTV]
In case you're terribly worried that Lois and Clark are going to break up, fear not - they're solid for the foreseeable future. When Ma Kent reappears towards the end of the season, we'll see a dynamic where they're still trying to figure out their relationship but they're doing it under Clark's mother's watchful eye. [Fancast]
Chloe will be back at the Daily Planet later this season, but she's not going to be behind a desk - she's realized how corrupt the media are, and she's more interested in uncovering the truth through her work with the Watch Tower and the Justice League. [TV Guide]
Additional reporting by Josh C. Snyder.