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Lex Luthor: The Teenage Years

smallville_rosenbaum.jpgEver wonder how Lex Luthor came to be? It would make a cool idea for a TV show -- like "Smallville," with an even greater emphasis on Clark's evil counterpart. Well Zap2it says that the guy that plays Lex -- Michael Rosenbaum -- is penning a pilot about his formulative years. That's sort of the same thing, right?

The show, titled "Welcome to Paradise," is a single-camera sitcom based on Rosenbaum's real-life move from New York to Indiana as a kid in the 80s. It sounds sort of like the whitey version of "Everybody Hates Chris." "Smallville" writer and executive producer Greg Beeman is also working on the project.

Rosenbaum does not plan to give up his dark side on "Smallville." There's still plenty of dirty work that needs to be done! No word on a cast or when and where the show might air. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on November 17, 2005 8:11 AM
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kristin kreuk amour clar mais faux film .
je adore kristin kreuk et tom welling .

-- Posted by: Anonymous at May 17, 2006 4:45 AM

hey i love lex luthor and i realy do need his contact number or address.. really..

-- Posted by: geeta at January 27, 2007 5:42 PM

michael rosenbaun is the best man in the world

-- Posted by: bad lex at March 27, 2007 8:04 AM

I hate Lex as hell men he so stuipied. Clark is kind and wierd because he shouldn't let lana go in the first place.......

-- Posted by: RUTA at May 4, 2007 2:32 PM

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