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Smallville Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes of the TV show Smallville and other projects the actors have worked on.
Sep 29 '14
Tom Welling films a scene for the season four episode Gone.
Today, September 29, 2014, is the 10 year anniversary of the broadcast of Gone.

Tom Welling films a scene for the season four episode Gone.

Today, September 29, 2014, is the 10 year anniversary of the broadcast of Gone.

Sep 26 '14

"Now I’m really gonna kill you." (x)

Sep 25 '14
Sep 24 '14
A production meeting for the series finale.  Among those pictured are Executive Producer, frequent series director and lead actor of the show Tom Welling, former Executive Producer and Finale director Greg Beeman, Director of photography and frequent series director Glen Winter, Executive Producer and frequent series director James Marshall.

A production meeting for the series finale.  Among those pictured are Executive Producer, frequent series director and lead actor of the show Tom Welling, former Executive Producer and Finale director Greg Beeman, Director of photography and frequent series director Glen Winter, Executive Producer and frequent series director James Marshall.

Sep 23 '14

Jensen Ackles shoots a special effects scene for the Supernatural episode No Rest for the Wicked.

Sep 22 '14
Sep 19 '14
Sep 18 '14
Aaron Ashmore and Wonder Twin Allison Scagliotti on the set of the TV show Warehouse 13.

Aaron Ashmore and Wonder Twin Allison Scagliotti on the set of the TV show Warehouse 13.

Sep 17 '14
From the Entity Fx reel.  The Metropolis city backdrop is created behind Justin Hartley in the post production process

From the Entity Fx reel.  The Metropolis city backdrop is created behind Justin Hartley in the post production process

Sep 16 '14

clbbehindthescenes:

September sheNERDigans 2012

Props and costumes from SMALLVILLE.

Sep 15 '14
In 2007 Michael Rosenbaum visited friend and former Smallville executive producer Greg Beeman on the set of Beeman’s new show, Heroes.  This picture was taken to commemorate the occasion.

In 2007 Michael Rosenbaum visited friend and former Smallville executive producer Greg Beeman on the set of Beeman’s new show, Heroes.  This picture was taken to commemorate the occasion.

Sep 12 '14
Kiel: Let’s talk a bit about the “Justice” episode of the show. Over the years on “Smallville” it’s been so much fun to see the Flash or Aquaman or all these different characters and obviously you taking a big part this season. What was it like to get together in the costumes saying, ‘Oh s—-! We’re the Justice League now!’?
Hartley: Well you know what, it was a crackup. Believe me it was like…I mean, one costume is goofier than the next, and at that point I had had mine like three months or something by the time that happened, right? So, I was already used to and people were used to me walking around in that thing. I remember when I first got my costume everybody would just stare. Because you’re not used to seeing that, right? That costume’s pretty in your face – leather everywhere. Everyone kind of stared. And then after about a couple of weeks, people walked by and not even notice it. So, by the time those other guys showed up, and they were in their costumes I was already comfortable and didn’t really care. And nobody else cared either. They had already seen me for, like I said, three months.
Those guys came out and it was pretty funny. We were definitely ribbing each other a little bit about the costumes. And when I played Aquaman in the [“Mercy Reef”] pilot, I didn’t have to wear that, that spandex Speedo thing that our show’s Aquaman had to wear. So, I got off pretty easy with the pilot and just having to wear board shorts. He had the whole…[Laughs] I’m sure you’ve seen the picture of it. He came out, balls hanging out and everything, and I felt bad for him. But he’s a big guy, so if anyone’s going to wear spandex it’s got to be him I guess, right?

Kiel: Let’s talk a bit about the “Justice” episode of the show. Over the years on “Smallville” it’s been so much fun to see the Flash or Aquaman or all these different characters and obviously you taking a big part this season. What was it like to get together in the costumes saying, ‘Oh s—-! We’re the Justice League now!’?

Hartley: Well you know what, it was a crackup. Believe me it was like…I mean, one costume is goofier than the next, and at that point I had had mine like three months or something by the time that happened, right? So, I was already used to and people were used to me walking around in that thing. I remember when I first got my costume everybody would just stare. Because you’re not used to seeing that, right? That costume’s pretty in your face – leather everywhere. Everyone kind of stared. And then after about a couple of weeks, people walked by and not even notice it. So, by the time those other guys showed up, and they were in their costumes I was already comfortable and didn’t really care. And nobody else cared either. They had already seen me for, like I said, three months.

Those guys came out and it was pretty funny. We were definitely ribbing each other a little bit about the costumes. And when I played Aquaman in the [“Mercy Reef”] pilot, I didn’t have to wear that, that spandex Speedo thing that our show’s Aquaman had to wear. So, I got off pretty easy with the pilot and just having to wear board shorts. He had the whole…[Laughs] I’m sure you’ve seen the picture of it. He came out, balls hanging out and everything, and I felt bad for him. But he’s a big guy, so if anyone’s going to wear spandex it’s got to be him I guess, right?

Sep 11 '14
shelbyhuesario:

#EricaDurance #SavingHope  New S3 BTS pic (June 26, 2014) #Smallville
(@GlendaBrag: Pop-up photoshoot = laughs & endless shades of blue scrubs brought to you by #SavingHope and @soniahosko @ED_DURANCE)

shelbyhuesario:

#EricaDurance #SavingHope  New S3 BTS pic (June 26, 2014) #Smallville

(@GlendaBrag: Pop-up photoshoot = laughs & endless shades of blue scrubs brought to you by #SavingHope and @soniahosko @ED_DURANCE)

Sep 10 '14
Michael Rosenbaum and Kristin Kreuk during production of the episode Lockdown.  Photo signed by Michael Rosenbaum.

Michael Rosenbaum and Kristin Kreuk during production of the episode Lockdown.  Photo signed by Michael Rosenbaum.

Sep 9 '14
fyeahchlark:

The [stunt] I enjoyed the most was falling off of the ledge in Rush. I ask Clark if he’s going to catch me, I let go, and fall straight back. I went down onto a big padded mat, with a bunch of people holding on to make sure that I didn’t fall off the mat. My stunt double did the actual fall, and then they cut to a shot of Tom holding me. Before every take he goes ‘Don’t worry, I got it,’ and would chuck me up in the air and then catch me!
- Allison Mack

fyeahchlark:

The [stunt] I enjoyed the most was falling off of the ledge in Rush. I ask Clark if he’s going to catch me, I let go, and fall straight back. I went down onto a big padded mat, with a bunch of people holding on to make sure that I didn’t fall off the mat. My stunt double did the actual fall, and then they cut to a shot of Tom holding me. Before every take he goes ‘Don’t worry, I got it,’ and would chuck me up in the air and then catch me!

- Allison Mack