The second Smallville movie is set in the future, and the story is set in the future. A meteor shower gives Clark Kent powers and he is trying to keep these powers secret. He is also trying to navigate his friendship with the young Lex Luthor and keep two girls happy. But as his powers start to become more visible, he is faced with more challenges than ever.
Fortunately for Smallville fans, Michael Rosenbaum, who plays Lex Luthor on the CW show, has formally announced the movie’s casting. You can check out his announcement below. The film is expected to be released sometime next year. It is based on the DC comics series Smallville and is written by Clint Carpenter. However, he wasn’t the first person to oversee the comic series. The project was originally slated to be overseen by Mark Verheiden.
The plot is based on the acclaimed comic books. It features excellent character development and storylines. The audience will discover Clark Kent’s true identity, and learn about the enigmatic, criminal mastermind Lex Luthor. The relationship between Clark and Lex Luthor between the two young men is a fascinating part of the show, and will reveal the criminal mastermind nature of Luthor. There are several twists in the story, including the introduction of Clark Kent’s future arch-enemy, Lex Luthor.
Smallville was originally a superhero prequel series that aired on The WB in 2001. It ran for ten seasons, ending on The CW in 2011. The series follows a teenage Clark Kent through his high school and college years, as he tries to understand his true origins and the fate of his home planet and biological parents. Eventually, he begins to explore his superpowers and the dark side of his creator, Lex Luthor.