Michael Rosenbaum offers an update on the presentation of the SMALLVILLE animated series starring Tom Welling

Michael Rosenbaum AND Tom Welling they developed an animation Smallville sequel series for years. They’ve talked about it a few times, and Rosenbaum now talks about it again and says, “It’s going to take some time.”

During the Nashville Comic Con panel, Rosenbaum teased the project, saying, “Tom and I are working on a Smallville animated series that we are trying to make. It will take some time.”

He continued: “But the creators of Smallville they are attached, they want to be part of it. And we’ll, you know, when the time is right, we’ll present it.

“You know, we’re working on it and we have some loose animations that we’ve been working on [on] with someone who was just amazing. It looks great. So if we can make it happen, that would be amazing.”

Rosenbaum has “an idea of ​​what the show is” and has previously talked about it with the entire cast Smallville “they would give voice to their own character on the show.”

It would be a shame if this series never existed because it’s something fans would absolutely love to watch! There’s potential here for a great animated show!

The original series starred Rosembaum as Lex Luthor, Welling as Clark Kent, Kristin Kreuk as Lana Lang, Eric Johnson, Sam Jones III, Allison Mack, Annette O’Toole, John Schneider, John Glover, Jensen Ackles, Erica Durance, Justin HartleyAND Callum Blueamong many others.

When talking about being known as Lex Luthor in the original series, he said: “If I’m known for this, and this is the only thing in my life… isn’t that great? I thought, ‘I’ve got to do something better.'” . .”

He continued: “Rosenbaum said Blah Blah Blah with Katee Sackhoff. ‘How are you going to be better than playing a great character like that on a great show for so many years?

“Just to be lucky enough to be part of a great show and be good at something is amazing. I honestly like this, this is how I will be remembered. This is the best thing ever.”

While it will take some time to get this show off the ground, hopefully it won’t take too long.

Source: ComicBook

by Joey Paur
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