Nero Fiddles While The Enterprise Burns, In New Star Trek Video

Morning SpoilersIf there’s news about upcoming movies and television you’re not supposed to know, you’ll find it in here.

It's Nero's "day of reckoning" in a new Star Trek TV spot. Plus a new Astro Boy poster, and news of a Dollhouse confrontation and a new Heroes death. Plus Lost/Smallville clips and spoilers!


Star Trek:

A new TV spot gives us a bit more full frontal Nero, plus a teeny glimpse of turbulence inside that military transport shuttle. Oh, and apparently, it's online in massive HD here.

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Astro Boy:

Here's a shiny new poster for the robot-kid movie. Bigger version at the link. [MTV]

Dollhouse:

We won't be seeing any of the other 20 Dollhouses this season, but we'll be meeting some of the people who run them and learning more about the organization. And if a second season happens, we might get to do the Dollhouse world tour. [Zap2It]

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Also, in Friday's episode, not only do we go back to Caroline's Alma Mater, we also get to meet the man who put Sierra in the Dollhouse - and the confrontation between him and Sierra is not pretty. [TV Addict]

Lost:

Here's the British promo for tomorrow night's episode:

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Fringe:

It'll be at least a year, if not a lot longer, before we ever see Olivia and Peter kiss, says Anna Torv. [Fringe Television]

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Heroes:

"Peter dies this year," Milo Ventimiglia tells Heroes Magazine. Is he speaking metaphorically? In related news, Greg Grunberg says there'll be a death in the finale and it won't be Parkman. Also - unless it aired last night - there's an upcoming scene where Matt Parkman uses his mind powers to get the Hunter to turn on his own men. [The ODI]

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Grunberg also says the Hunter is going to be building Concentration Camps for Heroes: "They built that in the snow, all of those bunkers. It's very creepy and it's very cool. They torch the place." [E! Online]

Smallville:

Here are a couple more clips from the next episode, "Hex":


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Additional reporting by Alasdair Wilkins.

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