EW.com has published a photo of Lois and Clark at the Smallville Kent Farm from an episode of The CW’s upcoming “Elseworlds” crossover event.
The photo is from a scene in which Kara, Clark and Lois visit the Kent Farm, which is the same location used for the TV series “Smallville”.
Benoist promises that fans won’t be disappointed by Tulloch’s portrayal of Lois. “She is such a force to be reckoned with, and Elizabeth is perfect for it,” says Benoist. “The way they’ve written her in this world, she’s a firebolt and really sassy and awesome. I think people will really respond to her.”
Superman’s place in the story is directly related to where Supergirl‘s eighth episode of the season. “Kara is coming out of the midseason finale at a crossroads, and the journey that she’s on is kind of helped by Clark, who is returning from Argo kind of on his own journey,” says Rovner, adding that the Supergirl writers pitched using the Smallville farm because “it kind of seemed like the organic place for them to meet” given where the Kryptonians’ heads are at when the crossover begins.
The special 3-night “Elseworlds” crossover event will begin in “The Flash” on Sunday, December 9 at 8.00pm ET, and then continue in “Arrow” on Monday, December 10 at 8.00pm ET, and will conclude with “Supergirl” on Tuesday, December 11 at 8.00pm ET.
This photo is AMAZING. I’m so excited to see this!
Since Clark is “on his own journey”, CW please, please show us his journey. Expand it to more than just a three night crossover. If not a tv series, then at the very least could you please rotate him around the CW shows a couple of weeks every month? Have him interact with the other heroes from time to time.
Here’s hoping too. I’d be open for 3 part TV movie event if no series were commissioned. Same thing they did with Hercules back in the 1990s where Anthony Quinn played Zeus alongside Kevin Sorbo. That was the TV version of Jor-el and Kal-el in another form.
I heard that Kevin Sorbo had auditioned for Superman before Dean Cain got the part. Interesting how he became Hercules instead.
Man that truck really looks like the one Glen Ford’s Johnathan Kent drove in the movie when they found the rocket.
Now that you mention it, I see the resemblance as well MattComics. Good eye.
Having one of these Old-timer privately is one heck of an investment. And a real eye catcher for Oldtimer Conventions and meetings.
The truck used in the Superman movie was a 1939 GMC AC series Stake. The picture shown is a Ford Mercury Truck from the 1950s. But man they look similar you are right.
I sort of figured it wouldn’t be an exact match so much as they wanted to go for something with the same feel. Also it’d be so like Clark to want to keep that old truck going as long as possible.
I’m really looking forward to this 3-part crossover event. It’s so nice and classic to see Lois and Clark on the Kent farm in Smallville.
The Kent Farm! Wow! This really brings me back to my days of watching Smallville, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Power Rangers and various Star Trek series. Oh those Smallville marathons we used to have. 🙂
The photo is charming, reassuring, and timeless, all wrapped together. Would really love to see a great live-action Superman story. Looks like Kara is doing something in the back of the truck.
I like how they are going for an nostalgic approach. I’m betting that alot of Superman fans will reminisce about Superman the movie when they see this episode.
Was the truck that was in Smallville’s pilot similar to this one? I don’t remember because it’s been a while since I’ve seen the pilot.
Loving this pic! Now I want a series, since we aren’t getting a movie anytime soon… Or at lease see more of Clark in Lois in the Arrow-verse. They just cast Lex Luthor, so they would fit right in. Plus, both Kara and Iris are reporters now. It would be cool to see Lois mentoring one of them. She does have a Pulitzer!
Plus, this new pic reminds me of the comic book run with Lois, Clark, and their son Jon. That may be an interesting way to do a Superman Series that’s different than Supergirl.
Count me in on that idea Man-O-Steel.