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Smallville Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes of the TV show Smallville and other projects the actors have worked on.
Oct 20 '14
Oct 17 '14
Laura Vandervoort and costar Chris Carmack listen to director Stephen Herek during production of the movie Into the Blue 2: The Reef.

Laura Vandervoort and costar Chris Carmack listen to director Stephen Herek during production of the movie Into the Blue 2: The Reef.

Oct 16 '14
Oct 15 '14
Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum shoot a scene for the Finale

Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum shoot a scene for the Finale

Oct 14 '14
I’ve reached the 2,000 Followers mark and, as promised, here’s another Smallville giveaway to say thank you to all the Smallville fans who support this blog.
Rules1.) This giveaway is a way to say thank you to my followers, so you must be following Smallville Behind the Scenes to be eligible2.) Like, Reblog or leave a message on this post and you’re entered3.) Open to everyone no matter where in the world you live4.) You must have your Ask Box open on your blog so I can contact you in case you win.5.) The giveaway closes on November 30th, 2014. The winner and runners-up will be chosen using a random number generator and announced December 5th.
PrizesOne winner will receive what’s pictured above1.) A promotional still from the episode Prey featuring Tom Welling and Allison Mack, signed by Allison Mack and executive producer Kelly Souders2.) A behind the scenes picture of Michael Rosenbaum from the episode Shattered3.) A promotional still of Sam Witwer from the episode Plastique4.) A picture of guest actor Tyler Posey from the episode Subterranean5.) A Smallville Season 3 Companion Guide6.) A copy of TVGuide with Tom Welling on the cover7.) Two issues of Smallville Magazine8.) A selection of Season 5 trading cardsIf you let me know your favorite actor from the show I’ll do my best to send you Smallville Magazines with them on the cover and include them in the selection of trading cards (if possible).
Five runners-up will receive their prizes via email1.) A PDF of the writers draft of Vessel2.) A PDF of the shooting draft of Vessel(The two versions of the script are so different, it will surprise you.)
Thanks again for following this blog.  Good luck to everyone.

I’ve reached the 2,000 Followers mark and, as promised, here’s another Smallville giveaway to say thank you to all the Smallville fans who support this blog.

Rules
1.) This giveaway is a way to say thank you to my followers, so you must be following Smallville Behind the Scenes to be eligible
2.) Like, Reblog or leave a message on this post and you’re entered
3.) Open to everyone no matter where in the world you live
4.) You must have your Ask Box open on your blog so I can contact you in case you win.
5.) The giveaway closes on November 30th, 2014. The winner and runners-up will be chosen using a random number generator and announced December 5th.

Prizes
One winner will receive what’s pictured above
1.) A promotional still from the episode Prey featuring Tom Welling and Allison Mack, signed by Allison Mack and executive producer Kelly Souders
2.) A behind the scenes picture of Michael Rosenbaum from the episode Shattered
3.) A promotional still of Sam Witwer from the episode Plastique
4.) A picture of guest actor Tyler Posey from the episode Subterranean
5.) A Smallville Season 3 Companion Guide
6.) A copy of TVGuide with Tom Welling on the cover
7.) Two issues of Smallville Magazine
8.) A selection of Season 5 trading cards
If you let me know your favorite actor from the show I’ll do my best to send you Smallville Magazines with them on the cover and include them in the selection of trading cards (if possible).

Five runners-up will receive their prizes via email
1.) A PDF of the writers draft of Vessel
2.) A PDF of the shooting draft of Vessel
(The two versions of the script are so different, it will surprise you.)

Thanks again for following this blog.  Good luck to everyone.

Oct 13 '14
Tom Welling and Allison Mack film a scene from Devoted.
Today, October 13, 2014, is the 10 year anniversary of the broadcast of Devoted.

Tom Welling and Allison Mack film a scene from Devoted.

Today, October 13, 2014, is the 10 year anniversary of the broadcast of Devoted.

Oct 10 '14
Callum Blue gives an interview during production of the movie Columbiana

Callum Blue gives an interview during production of the movie Columbiana

Oct 9 '14

Tom Welling shoots a scene for the season nine episode Rabid.

Today, October 9, 2014, is the 5 year anniversary of the broadcast of Rabid.

Oct 8 '14
Allison Mack gives direction to Cassidy Freeman during production of the episode Power.

Allison Mack gives direction to Cassidy Freeman during production of the episode Power.

Oct 7 '14
Oct 6 '14
Kristin Kreuk films a scene for the season four episode Facade.
Today, October 6, 2014, is the 10 year anniversary of the broadcast of Facade.

Kristin Kreuk films a scene for the season four episode Facade.

Today, October 6, 2014, is the 10 year anniversary of the broadcast of Facade.

Oct 3 '14
Oct 2 '14
Zod gave Rosenbaum a rare chance to play a superpowered character and, he explains, some moments from the filming will stick with him for a very long time. “We had to do something that [director] James Marshall and Tom Welling will never let me live down,” he reveals. “I was up on these wires, and we were trying to figure out how Zod would come down from the sky, and how he would land. No matter how I did it or how many times we did it, I felt as stupid as you possibly could, and it finally became almost comical. James said, ‘Put your hands here, like there are jets coming from under them as you’re landing.’ And I was like, ‘No, I’m not doing that. That’s completely ridiculous.’ There was one take were the cords got tangled. I actually did a 180; I was coming in backward, landing backward, and I was like, ‘Hold on a second, I’ll turn slowly!’ After that, no one could even look at me without laughing. Every time I came down from this crane on a wire, you could see the whole crew turning their heads and laughing. And there I was, trying to act like the most serious guy, the most intense Zod I could possibly be. I felt like a complete ass. Another magical moment on Smallville,” he adds with a smile.
- From Smallville: The Official Companion Season 6

Zod gave Rosenbaum a rare chance to play a superpowered character and, he explains, some moments from the filming will stick with him for a very long time. “We had to do something that [director] James Marshall and Tom Welling will never let me live down,” he reveals. “I was up on these wires, and we were trying to figure out how Zod would come down from the sky, and how he would land. No matter how I did it or how many times we did it, I felt as stupid as you possibly could, and it finally became almost comical. James said, ‘Put your hands here, like there are jets coming from under them as you’re landing.’ And I was like, ‘No, I’m not doing that. That’s completely ridiculous.’ There was one take were the cords got tangled. I actually did a 180; I was coming in backward, landing backward, and I was like, ‘Hold on a second, I’ll turn slowly!’ After that, no one could even look at me without laughing. Every time I came down from this crane on a wire, you could see the whole crew turning their heads and laughing. And there I was, trying to act like the most serious guy, the most intense Zod I could possibly be. I felt like a complete ass. Another magical moment on Smallville,” he adds with a smile.

- From Smallville: The Official Companion Season 6

Oct 1 '14
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Sep 30 '14
A blooper from season two’s Rush, featuring Allison Mack.

A blooper from season two’s Rush, featuring Allison Mack.