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No SuperMan for ‘Green Lantern’

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Carrie Preston Offers Insight Into True Blood Season 2

Carrie Preston as Arlene in 'True Blood'

Carrie Preston as Arlene in 'True Blood'

In an interview with Sci Fi Wire Carrie Preston (aka Arlene Fowler) has teased fans with a little information on what to expect from True Blood’s upcoming second season.  

** Minor spoilers ahead **

From Sci Fi Wire:

“We just finished the fifth episode,” Preston said. “Starting the sixth one today out of 12, so we’re almost halfway through already.”

“Things are going to get a little crazy on the show.  There’s going to be a bunch of new sort of supernatural things that are being introduced. Besides the … the vampires. And, as far as Arlene goes, well, let’s just say that Arlene’s not the type of woman to be single for very long.”

The show’s second season will see the the return of the original cast plus the addition of Valerie Cruz, Anna Camp and Ashley Jones, as well as Battlestar Galactica’s Michelle Forbes, Mehcad Brooks and Deborah Ann Woll.

When asked about possible character deaths in the upcoming season, Preston replied:

Some new characters have been introduced, and, you know, it remains to be seen whether they will live or die. That’s the thing with being on the show, you just never know: Are you going to make it? Are you going to make it through the season? Especially now that they’ve departed from the books. Because when I got the job, of course, I read all the books to see if Arlene lives, and she does in the books, but who knows?

Read the full interview here.

True Blood returns to HBO 14 June 2009.


Brandon Routh’s ‘Superman’ Contract Expires

Brandon Routh as Superman in 'Superman Returns'

Brandon Routh as Superman in 'Superman Returns'

Back in March we learned that a Superman Returns sequel was in stasis (rumored to be titled Superman Unleashed).

To add salt to Superman fans’ wounds actor Brandon Routh has confirmed his contract to return as Superman has now lapsed.

“The contract has expired,” Routh said.  “I don’t know anything.  I’m sure that Warner Bros’ are moving on it, but it’s all uncertain. I really don’t know.”

Although plans for the sequel remain unknown, Routh offers some comfort to fans.

“If they called me for another time I would return without a second thought.”

His comments came from the set of Scott Pilgrim vs The World and were published on The Omelete in Portuguese – the above translations are loose (thanks to a free online translator) but you get the point.