The Smallville TV movie (which is actually just two episodes stitched together and shown on one night, but hey, TV movie sounds more impressive) now has a title. The two-parts, written by DC comics writer Geoff Johns, were originally called "Society" and "Legends" but the repackaged version isn’t going to be called "Society Legends" because that sounds like a documentary about débutantes. Instead it’s been punchily renamed Smallville: Absolute Justice.
The story involves members of the Justice Society, and it features former Stargate star Michael Shanks as Hawkman . It’s due to air in the US on 5 February.