Superman & Lois star Emmanuelle Chriqui showed a scene with Elizabeth Tulloch that explores the ‘rich and long history’ between Lana and Clark.
In Superman & Lois, the relationship between Clark Kent and Lana Lang will closely resemble that of the comics. During the show’s TCA panel, star Emmanuelle Chriqui teased a scene that explores the “long and rich history” between Lana and Clark.
“Just the other day, Bitsie [Tulloch] and I did a scene, and I talk about the story of Clark and Lana, “revealed Chriqui.” One of the things that is very clear is that yes, they dated in high school. But besides that, they have known each other since kindergarten. Lana certainly treats Clark as one of her closest friends, one of the people who knows her best. So there’s a lot of history there, but it’s nice that in this incarnation of the world, it’s not just based on your romance. It’s a very rich and long story. “
In the comics, of course, Lana and Clark were high school sweethearts who grew apart when Clark headed to Metropolis to begin his journalism career. There he met Lois, starting an iconic relationship that has spanned decades at DC Comics. According to Chriqui, Clark followed a similar trajectory on the CW series.
At The CW’s Superman and Lois, Tyler Hoechlin repeats his Supergirl role as the Man of Steel opposite Elizabeth Tulloch, who plays the fearless Lois Lane. When a family emergency drives them back to Smallville, Lois and Clark decide to raise their twin sons Jonathan (Jordan Elsass) and Jordan (Alex Garfin) there, only to find new adversaries in Wolé’s The Stranger and Morgan Edge (Adam Rayner). Parks. . Then when the boys start to show off some spectacular skills, life gets even more complicated for the Kents and their new hometown.
Superman and Lois stars Tyler Hoechlin, Elizabeth Tulloch, Dylan Walsh, Alex Garfin, Jordan Elsass, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Inde Navarrette, and Wolé Parks. The series premieres Tuesday, February 23 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
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