Our spoilers won't give you a virus*, but they will show you a new peek at Christopher Nolan's Inception. There are sassy new Nikita pics and Last Airbender stills. Plus Lost, Doctor Who, Ashes To Ashes and Smallville spoilers.
Holy crap! Here's your first glimpse at a new trailer for Christopher Nolan's dream-robbing action movie, and it keeps looking creepier and more intense. Update: As various people have pointed out, it's pretty similar to the trailer that appeared before Iron Man 2, although it does have some differences. [Hollywood411]
The Last Airbender:
Here are some new promo photos for this live-action animation adaptation. [SpoilerTV-Movies]
Here's the official description for episode 10, "Vincent And The Doctor":
Terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence, but only a sad and lonely painter can see it. Amy Pond finds herself shoulder to shoulder with Vincent Van Gogh, in a battle with a deadly alien.
Also, a review of "The Hungry Earth" says Dr. Nasreen Chaudhry (Meera Syal) gets a little taste of what it's like to be a companion. Samuel Davies plays the show's first dyslexic character, Elliot, who shares a poignant scene with the Doctor. Rory gets more to do than usual, while Amy is pushed to the sidelines. We don't see the Silurians until 25 minutes in, and there are multiple cliffhangers at the end of the episode. [DoctorWho-Online]
Here's your first promotional poster for this spy epic. [SpoilerTV]
And some new promo photos. [SpoilerTV]
Ashes To Ashes:
A clip from the finale! [Den Of Geek]
Tom Welling says season ten will be huge, and he hopes Lana and Lex will both come back. He'd love to see Clark walk into the Daily Planet and see Lois and Lana talking. In fact, he wants Pa Kent back, along with Ma Kent and Perry White. And he says the tights are a possibility. He also sounds like he's not totally sure this is really the last season. [NY Post and Fancast]
The cast talks to TV Guide Magazine. [TV Guide Magazine]
Carlton Cuse calls the show's ending "kind of spiritual," and adds that it "feels like a fair way to honor the fans, the characters and everyone's commitment to the show." You'll feel like there was an ending, and hopefully that the journey was worth it. And Cuse and Damon Lindelof say they're only now realizing how autobiographical the show was, especially the stuff about having to push a button over and over and being locked in cages, during the time when the show wasn't really progressing and the writers felt trapped. [Fancast]
Stars share their three-word reviews of the finale. [Fancast]
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Additional reporting by Mary Ratliff.