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Newburgh’s Michael Rosenbaum Headlining Superman Celebration in Metropolis, IL with Tom Welling

If you have ever listened to our show, there is a good chance that you know of my love for Michael Rosenbaum. What's not to love? He's a great actor, singer, songwriter, he has an amazing podcast, sometimes he visits the Evansville area since he grew up in Newburgh, and he's hot. This June he will be just a short drive from the Tri-State for a very special event.
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Smallville’s Michael Rosenbaum Sets The Record Straight On His Exit From The Show And His Return For The Series Finale

There’s a lot to love about Smallville, from Tom Welling’s winning performance as a teenage Clark Kent to its various references to the larger DC Universe. Michael Rosenbaum’s turn as a younger Lex Luthor also earned praise from comic book fans and casual viewers alike. The actor ultimately defined the iconic supervillain for a generation, so many were understandably saddened when he departed the show after seven seasons. At the time, there were a number of rumors circulating about the move and, now, the actor is setting the record straight on his exit and his eventual return for the show’s final episode.
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Why Superman: The Animated Series' Clancy Brown Was 'A Little Intimidated' To Talk Lex Luthor With Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum

In the early 2000s, there were two main ways you could catch Lex Luthor on screen. Following his time on Superman: The Animated Series, Clancy Brown reprised his version of Luthor on Justice League, while in live-action, Michael Rosenbaum played a younger version of the character in Smallville. Rosenbaum also participated in Justice League as the voice of The Flash, but despite the series sharing two Lex Luthor actors, they didn’t share notes about their respective performances of Superman’s arch-nemesis.
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Michael Rosenbaum Confirms SMALLVILLE Animated Project

One highlight of the recent DC FanDome was the twentieth-anniversary reunion of Smallville’s Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum. Clark and Lex got together again to chit-chat about the old times. Reminiscing about the days when they were the only DC Comics-based TV series on the CW. (a wild notion these days).
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Smallville’s Tom Welling And Michael Rosenbaum On What They Remember Most About Filming The Pilot Episode

On October 16, 2001, the now-defunct channel known as The WB welcomed a new show called Smallville. The show centered on the formative years of Clark Kent, the young man who would one day be known as Superman. In time, the project would gain a massive fanbase, one that included superhero, science fiction and teen drama fans alike. The show, which ran for 10 seasons, is currently regarded as a seminal superhero production that many still revisit today. Now, fans will be able to do so in glorious fashion, as the complete series is headed to Blu-ray for the first time ever. And to mark the occasion, lead stars Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum shared their memories of filming the pilot.
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SMALLVILLE Is Getting a 20th Anniversary Blu-ray Edition; Watch Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum Discuss the Series

Over the weekend, it was announced at DC FanDome that WB is releasing Smallville: The Complete Series 20th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray! They also did a little celebration and reunion featuring a conversation with Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum, which you can watch below. They offer some fun and interesting insight that fans are sure to enjoy.
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Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum Celebrate Smallville's 20th Anniversary at DC FanDome

Look up in the sky! Wait no, rewind to twenty years ago when the original boy next door, Clark Kent, hadn't yet earned his cape and looked ad astra per aspera in a little fictional town known as Smallville, Kansas. Smallville debuted to young audiences on The WB on October 16th, 2001, just four weeks after the 9/11 terror attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City, New York. Audiences responded to The WB's vision of a more hopeful America, with 8.4 million viewers tuning into the pilot's debut, breaking the network's record for highest ratings for a new series.
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Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum Talk Smallville 20th Anniversary

DC FanDome surprised fans today with a Smallville 20th Anniversary Celebration featuring a conversation with Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum. While DC FanDome featured a shortened version, you can watch the full conversation with Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum using the player below. Smallville: The Complete Series 20th Anniversary Edition...
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SMALLVILLE: Tom Welling & Michael Rosenbaum Tease The Potential Animated Revival, "It's Happening" (Exclusive)

Early this past summer, Smallville star Tom Welling ("Clark Kent/Superman") let it slip that he and longtime co-star/friend Michael Rosenbaum ("Lex Luthor") were in the very early stages of developing an animated revival series with the original creators of the show, Al Gough and Miles Millar, that would bring back as many original cast members as possible.
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SMALLVILLE Star Michael Rosenbaum On Being Considered The Definitive Lex Luthor (Exclusive)

To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Smallville and the impending release of The Complete Series Blu-ray box set, we caught up with stars Tom Welling (Clark Kent/Superman) and Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor) to discuss the show's lasting impact on DC TV, which, since the show's 2011 finale, has spawned an entire new universe of stories while doing their best to honor what's come before.
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