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Smallville Actress Wants To Do Animated Revival
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11 Jul 2018 05:23 PM EST

Add Kristin Kreuk to the list of Smallville alumni who would consider doing an animated follow-up to the long-running Superman prequel series. Kreuk is at least the third -- after Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum anwered affirmatively to the question at Awesome Con in April -- to say she would be willing, citing a chance to play off her old co-stars as a factor. "Yeah, absolutely," Kreuk told ComicBook.com. "I've never thought about it, but that sounds like it could be a lot of fun." Kreuk is currently filming the second season of her CBC legal drama Burden of Truth, which will make its U.S. premiere on The CW on Wednesday, July 25 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. That series stars Kreuk as Joanna Hanley, a big-city lawyer with small-town roots. After briefly returning home to defend a pharmaceutical company accused of contributing to a number of local ailments, Hanley decides to remain behind and help her hometown recover from a mysterious health crisis. Kreuk, who appeared in the long-running CW series Beauty and the Beast after leaving Smallville, told ComicBook.com that she was glad to be working with The CW again -- even if she laughed at our suggestion that they should really just invest in keeping her around full time.

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