Russell T. Davis drops some tantalizing hints about David Tennant's dramatic finale. Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn gives a "commentary track" for the trailer, and we uncover images from Avatar and the The Wolfman. Plus, Lost, Supernatural, Smallville, Flashforward, and V.
The latest still shows off the patterns Neytiri's glowing freckles take on. [/Film]
The French one-sheet gives an ominous shot of our werewolf's cane. [ShockTillYouDrop]
Two new editors have been brought onto the project. Dennis Virkler has been let go and Mark Goldblatt and Walter Murch have been brought on in his stead. Goldblatt was the editor on the first two Terminator films, Starship Trooper, and Armageddon, among others, and Murch has worked on Apocalypse Now, Ghost, and The Talented Mr. Ripley. [/Film]
Russell T. Davies hinted that the Ood and their preternatural understanding that the Tenth Doctor's journey is coming to an end are very important. And he says that "You'd think something is bleeding, coming through from the other side." Some have suggested this indicates some sort of parallel universe. [Planet Gallifrey]
Den of Geek rounds up all of the spoilers they have for the Christmas special "The End of Time." They mention that we we'll meet a new kind of Ood (actually the one from the end of "The Waters of Mars"), and have summed up the cast of characters we'll be seeing: Wilf, Donna, Donna's mother Sylvia, the Master, the Master's wife, Joan Redfern, Rose, Luke Smith, Captain Jack, and Sarah Jane Smith. And, as we've mentioned before, former Bond Timothy Dalton will appear in the episode. A three-minute clip will air as part of the BBC Children in Need transmission this Friday. [Den of Geek]
The folks at DocArzt have cleaned up the Season Six poster so it's easier to identify the individual cast members. Larger version at the link. [DocArzt's Lost Blog]
Damon Lindelof talked to E! about what it's like to finish up the series and pull together so many of the show's mysteries:
"It's very exciting to us basically. It feels like we've been Christmas shopping for five years, and we've been accruing all these presents, and we've been locking them up in closets and not letting people look at them. And now there's sort of this, 'Oh my god, do they have one of these already? Did I get the right sizes? What was I thinking when I bought this? Are they even going to like it?' So there's a terror there, but at the same time, Christmas is here and it's time to open up the closet and start unwrapping and we'll see what happens."
EW has a clip from this Thursday's episode, in which Sam and Dean's search for Lucifer puts them face to face with Meg and a pack of demonic hellhounds. [EW]
Each episode of the two-part Justice Society has its own name — we've known for a while that the first part is "Society" and the second part is "Legends," but it turns out the two-hour event as a whole has a separate name: "Smallville: Absolute Justice." [EW]
Here's a sneak peek from this week's episode, "Believe." [Spoiler TV]
Morris Chestnut and Laura Vandervoot talk about what's in store down the line for their characters. [Korbi TV]
Additional reporting by Josh C. Snyder.