Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar, who departed the CW show in 2008, have signed a two-year deal with Sony Pictures TV to develop projects for network and cable, says the Hollywood Reporter. No details were given on the sorts of projects they’d be shepherding, but, let’s see: aside from the young Superman saga, their joint credits include Spider-Man 2 and the upcoming adaptation of the alien-takes-refuge-as-a-human-high schooler novel I Am Number Four (for Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg). Also, Shanghai Noon and Shanghai Nights. Do you want to see them keep exploring the angst of supernatural teens – my vote, I can’t get enough – or return to lighthearted, action-packed adult fare (just not Shanghai Dawn)?
Posted April 21 2010 — 11:01 AM EDT
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