3. Journalism Is Alive and Well in SmallvilleClark dabbles in journalism while also doing his other day job being Superman, but Lois is a titan in her industry who doesn t stop searching for truth just because she s living the small town life. A lot of what she’s writing about is what capitalism is doing to these small towns, Smallville in particular, Tulloch said. Superman is doing his stuff with his superpowers, and she’s fighting against these injustices with words.”(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)4. Parenthood Is Just As Hard As Superhero LifeOne of the reasons Lois and Clark move back to Smallville is because they realize that maybe they need to reprioritize their lives. Being parents to their sons is just as important as saving the world, after all. Kids do need boundaries, and they need structure, said Tulloch, but they also need to be treated with respect. By moving the family, Lois and Clark are putting the boys first and the family first. And I think one of the cool things about the way Tyler and I play Lois and Clark is that our relationship, too, is one of mutual respect and admiration, and I think we treat the boys the same way. Hoechlin said that his performance is a way to to pay tribute to the moms and dads out there who give up so much for their kids. The fact that he s 33 and playing dad to teens? Don t think too hard, it s TV magic.
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You’ve spoken about your family’s military background. Over the years, you’ve played characters who’ve served. You also have a knack of situating yourself in wars from different time periods and still add a contemporary element to it. What’s the process of getting into the military mindset for wars of different periods?Jonathan: That s a great question. And thanks for watching all my s . There is a difference, and that difference primarily is what those characters see, that the opposition is different.For [Corporal Henry Woodson in 2017’s Hostiles], his opposition looked very much like him; the people were in bondage like his people had been in bondage. That war is different. The conqueri