Elizabeth Tulloch Talks Superman & Lois

Elizabeth Tulloch, Lois Lane, Superman & Lois

We have an update on the future of DC’s most iconic intrepid reporter. In an interview with We Have Cool Friends, Elizabeth Tulloch talked about what it’s like playing Lois Lane and where things stand when it comes to filming the much-anticipated upcoming series Superman & Lois. Amid talk of the audition process, comparing the […]

CW Orders Superman & Lois, Walker to Series

Superman & Lois

A Man of Steel takes flight and a Texas Ranger is back on the case this fall. TVLine reports that the Greg Berlanti superhero series Superman & Lois and the Jared Padalecki-fronted Walker – the reimagining of the iconic Chuck Norris series Walker, Texas Ranger – have both received early pickups from CW President Mark […]

REVIEW: Superman: Earth One – Volume 3

Superman: Earth One – Volume 3

Superman: Earth One – Volume 2 seemed like a speed bump in what was initially a promising series. That being said, the epilogue of the book seemed to set up an enticing volume 3 with iconic villain Lex Luthor being the main villain – or, rather, one of the main villains, considering Luthor’s wife, Alexandra. […]

Superman & Lois Series Announced for The CW

Superman & Lois

The Hollywood Reporter reports that the CW has put into development a new show centering around Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch’s Lois Lane. Called Superman & Lois, the series will be focusing on juggling superheroics and journalism while being working parents in today’s world. Lane was revealed to be pregnant at the end of […]

Erica Durance Returns as Lois Lane in “Crisis on Infinite Earths”

Erica Durance

Deadline reports that Smallville alum Erica Durance will be joining Tom Welling in “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” reprising her role as Superman’s lady love Lois Lane. Durance played Lois on the iconic series from 2004 to 2011, starting out as a recurring special guest star in season 4 and segueing to regular status the following […]

REVIEW: Superman: Earth One – Volume 1

Superman: Earth One

J. Michael Straczynski has been a popular writer for many years. His most notable is arguably Babylon 5, a show that redefined what science fiction on TV could be and ultimately crafted what was essentially a five-year novel for television. With the completion of his sci-fi epic in 1999, I often wondered where he would […]