"World of Lana Lang" is an unofficial fan site dedicated to DC comics character Lana Lang. This website explores all facets of her character, from her first appearance in the 'Superboy' and 'Superman' comics to her latest incarnation in the upcoming film Man Of Steel. Our mission is to support, promote, and provide everything and anything related to this fascinating character and the actresses who have portrayed her. So, look around, have fun, and enjoy your visit here in "Lana's World"!
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io9.com listed their '10 Most Baffling Moments in Lois Lane and Superman's Love Life' and Lana Lang is highlighted.
8.) Lois turns into a baby (again)
Incidentally, Lois had her age reversed every other week during the Silver Age of Comics. In 1959's Lois Lane #10, our mishap-prone heroine activates a de-aging machine and accidentally becomes an infant. To teach her a lesson about vanity, Superman will only feed her the antidote via baby bottle. It's worth mentioning that Batman's exhibited similar predilections to spanking.
Hahahaha...gotta love those crazy Silver Age comics!
To read the rest of io9's baffling Silver Age Lois Lane moments CLICK HERE
In 2001, EW.com selected their top 'Screen Queens - TV's Women of the Year' and Kristin Kreuk made their list!
"Here are TV's women of the year
They come from many different walks of life: a medical examiner, a lawyer, an anchorwoman, a nurse, a graduate student by day/double agent by night. They're smart. They're strong. And yes, they're not too hard on the eyes, either. They're TV's Women of the Year:
Kristin Kreuk, ''Smallville''
Why does high-schooler Clark Kent (Tom Welling) feel his knees turn to jelly whenever he gets near Kreuk's hometown girl Lana Lang? Maybe it's those almond-shaped eyes. Maybe it's the Mona Lisa-like smile. Okay, that Kryptonite necklace she always wears might have something to do with it, too."
To see who else made the list that year,CLICK HERE
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The auction will run from March 21-27 at charity.ausxip.com. You have a chance to bid on a wide variety of rare items signed by daytime and prime time stars, including Lucy Lawless (Xena, Battlestar Galactica, Spartacus), Renee O'Connor (Xena, Ark), Crystal Chappell (DAYS, GL, Venice), Erin Cummings (Bitch Slap, Spartacus), Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena, Star Wars) and Viva Binaca, Campbell Cooley, Lesley-Ann Brandt from Spartacus..."
The following are some of the items Stacy Haiduk donated of interest to Lana Lang fans:
The photo-shoot was for 'Teen People' magazine highlighting their "25 Hottest Stars Under 25." Kristin was one of the 10 voted winners. The photo-shoot was also filmed and beginning on May 3, 2002, AOL in partnership with 'Teen People', showcased exclusive footage to its members. The footage eventually aired on MTV the following day (Saturday, May 4th 2002).
'Teen People' Photo-Shoot 2002 - "25 Hottest Stars Under 25"
From 'American Online': "...They scorch the stage and screen and are now burning up cyberspace - they're TEEN PEOPLE magazine's "25 Hottest Stars Under 25": -- Kristin Kreuk of Smallville talks about her TV character Lana Lang, and what her favorite television show is..."
From teenpeople.com: "THINKING SMALL: "When I filmed the pilot, I thought it was a quality show with a good cast, but I had no expectations. I just hoped people would connect with it because there's a lot of heart." HEAT FACTOR: Her portrayal of Lana Lang gives Smallville soul."
To read 'Teen People's' "25 Hottest Stars Under 25" feature on Kristin Kreuk -CLICK HERE
"Her portrayal of Lana Lang gives Smallville soul"
Latest images added to our 'World of Lana Lang Gallery'!
A great Kristin Kreuk magazine cover image with 'Smallville' co-stars Michael Rosenbaum and Tom Welling from 'Xpose #60' (October 2001). According tovisimag.com, the magazine featured an interview with Kristin Kreuk talking about the 'joy and pain of dating teenager Clark Kent, a man with a very unusual secret, in her guise of Lana Lang.'
"It's a bird... it's a plane... it's a young woman who's about to be a star. Kristin Kreuk plays Lana Lang on the new series Smallville, which has garnered some of the most glowing reviews of any freshman show launched in the 2001-2002 TV season, and that's ahead of its October 16 premiere date. And the consensus is that the 20-year-old will emerge as one of the brightest talents on the entertainment landscape..."I knew about Superman," Kreuk says, during a conversation on a day off from Smallville. "I knew about Clark Kent. I knew about the basics. I'd seen a couple of episodes of Lois & Clark and one of the Superman movies when I was younger. I don't think my character has been explored too much. I'm not sure, but from what I've heard I don't think she has. So I think it's good that I haven't explored it too in-depth. Warner Bros did give me this big textbook, basically, on Superman, from the beginning. I skimmed through that, so I know more than I used to know..." ~ Kristin Kreuk 'Xposé #60' (October 2001)
To read more excerpts of Kristin Kreuk's 'Xposé' interview visit visimag.com - HERE