Thursday, May 20, 2010
Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the web:
Clark <3’s Lex: During an interview with MTV, Smallville‘s Tom Welling said that he’d love to have Clark Kent’s arch nemesis Lex Luthor back for the tenth and final season of the series.
“I want to see Lex [Luthor],” said Welling. “I want to see him come back. In the show, he’s still alive. He’s just not around. But I want to see Michael [Rosenbaum] and I want to see Lex Luthor. I want to know how that relationship really turns out. Because that’s the big relationship that I believe propelled Clark to become Superman.”
Well Tom, if Rosenbaum is unavailable, I think I may have a viable replacement: Meet Lev Grossman. Think about it. He’s got the look and is only one character away from actually being named Lex. He could also write the series … and then the review.
The “Get Lev on Smallville” campaign, guys and gals. I just started it.
I had no idea this is how they did it:
Ready for tonight’s Fringe finale? It looks fantastic. Catch it tonight on FOX at 9 p.m.
The Attack of Alice:
[via The Daily What]
Free books courtesy of Barnes & Noble: A new Barnes & Noble promotion beginning this week offers a free redeemable code for one book per week for five weeks for almost any electronic device. Though you must go into a B&N store to get the code, the book can is available for iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, Blackberry, HTC HD2, PC, Mac and, of course, the Nook.
The first freebie is Alexander McCall Smith’s The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency and we hear that others will include The Long Tail by Chris Anderson, Home Safe by Elizabeth Berg, Storm Front by Jim Butcher, and One Shot by Lee Child.
It’s Russell! And he’s unbelievably cute.
[via Super Punch]
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