Mack, who has been out on $5 million bail and under house arrest, will appear in person in federal court in Brooklyn on Wednesday.
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The CW has enlisted a number of actors from past DC franchises to reprise their roles on the network’s big “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover this fall, but at least one “Smallville” star says he won’t be returning.Michael Rosenbaum, who played bald supervillain Lex Luthor for seven seasons on the WB series, wrote in a tweet on Tuesday that he was offered the chance to make a cameo on the “Arrowverse” crossover but declined.“I’ll just be straight up about this,” the actor wrote, addressing fans of the show. “WB called my agents Friday afternoon when I was in Florida visiting my grandfather in a nursing home. Their offer: No script. No idea what I’m doing. No idea when I’m shooting. Basically no money.”“And the real kick in the ass,” he continued “‘We have to know now.’ My simple answer was ‘Pass.’ I think you can understand why.”Also Read: 'Crisis on Infinite Earths': Erica Durance to Return as 'Smallville' Lois Lane for The CW's Mega-CrossoverThe “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, based on one of DC Comics most famous storylines, is set to kick off in December. Incorporating all of the network’s DC series — “Supergirl,” “Batwoman,” “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow,” along with characters from “Black Lightning” — the four-night event will also feature cameos by actors from previous adaptations of the comics series.As previously announced, Tom Welling, who starred as “Smallville’s” Clark Kent, and Erica Durance, the series’ Lois Lane, will make an appearance. Tyler Hoechlin, who played “Supergirl’s” version of Superman, and Brandon Routh, who starred as the same hero in the 2006 film “Superman Returns,” are also set make appearances.The CW and Warner Bros. Television declined to comment on Rosenbaum’s statement.Here ya go. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/8PFT6wsPMo— Michael Rosenbaum (@michaelrosenbum) September 24, 2019Read original story ‘Smallville’ Star Michael Rosenbaum Says He Turned Down CW Crossover After WB Refused to Give Him a Script At TheWrap
Lawyers for accused Nxivm sex-slave cult leader and former Smallville star Allison Mack are arguing that she isn't guilty of inducing forced labor if the Church of Scientology isn't guilty of the same charge. In court papers filed yesterday in Brooklyn Federal Court, Mack's lawyers argued that Mack's threat to release naked photos and disparaging statements made by cult members against their relatives doesn't rise to the threat of "serious harm" required to prove…
Allison Mack is facing additional legal trouble for her alleged role in a sex-cult scandal that has catapulted the former Smallville star into headlines in recent months.
Allison Mack was back in court on Tuesday alongside mentor, Keith Raniere. The "Smallville" actress and Raniere appeared for a status conference on allegations that they ran an alleged sex cult within the self-help group Nxivm.
Federal prosecutors are going after two properties in upstate New York where they believe Allison Mack and Keith Raniere's alleged sex trafficking crimes took place. A court document details a chilling first-person account from a woman who says she was a former sex slave.
Interviews with several of the “Smallville” actress's friends describe how she became “the Tom Cruise of Nxivm.”
The actress amassed an impressive list of credits over the years, from "The Amityville Horror" to a TV version of "Pygmalion."
Last year, Smallville star Allison Mack — who is facing criminal charges for her alleged connection to controversial self-help group Nxivm — got married to Battlestar Galactica actress Nicki Clyne, federal prosecutors said in court transcripts obtained by PEOPLE. Nxivm’s one-time publicist tells PEOPLE the union was at the behest of Nxivm co-founder Keith Raniere, who faces sex crime charges along with Mack.
Allison Mack and Keith Raniere ignored each other in court at Friday's status conference. Raniere, the founder of self-help group NXIVM, and the "Smallville" actress have been accused of human trafficking and running a sex cult.
A federal judge agreed on Tuesday to release Allison Mack to the custody of her parents in California.
Allison Mack, 35, and Keith Raniere, the founder of the self-help group NXIVM, were both charged with sex trafficking, sex-trafficking conspiracy, and forced-labor conspiracy. Raniere was arrested by the FBI in Mexico in March.
On Friday, both the "Smallville" actress and Keith Raniere were charged with sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and forced labor conspiracy, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York confirmed to Yahoo Entertainment.
Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack have been linked to a group called NXIVM, which is being targeted by the feds for alleged sex-trafficking.
From "Legends of the Superheroes" to "Justice League Mortal," a look back at DC's live-action superhero projects that fizzled.
Actor photographed on the set of "Wisdom of the Crowd" on Tuesday following accusations of sexual misconduct.