If you recall, we posted few days ago an article about fans' opinion on Michael Rosenbaum life after Smallville
, and it seems that he's replying to that article I posted as he tweeted today about a future role he's gonna play very soon.
Yesterday, one of our member, lillianschild
, shared with us an interesting piece of info, as she reported
to us that Michael Rosenbaum was shooting something in Los Angeles, and that he seems to be pretty busy this week
Well, it seems that the source from which lillianschild
got her info was reliable, as Michael Rosenbaum
has publicly acknowledged his fans on his Twitter about it, and for those who are wondering it's not a Smallville related project
Lots of good news coming soon. I have to shut up until I'm allowed to say something. Patience young jedi's.. Sorry. It's not Smallville related.I've already stated that I'm not returning.I'd never lead you guys on like that.I appreciate your support. 
Not the big big news yet,but I'll be playing a really funny role in Adam F. Goldberg/Seth Gordon comedy Pilot for FOX,with Christian Slater. 
Can't wait to tell you some more shizzle.That's a euphemism for shit.Talk soon.Rock on Health Care! Rock on Tears for Fears!Rock on friends! 
Source : mrosenbaum711@twitter 
I've dug up some interesting info on that possible TV project he'll be featuring in, but I guess we'll find out more about that pilot Michael will be playing in, when Fox will announce its pick up on May 17th.
To contact Rosenbaum Media, email at : email@example.com
Fox has pacted with "Four Christmases" helmer Seth Gordon and scribe Adam F. Goldberg on a comedy about a group of twentysomething geniuses who are tasked with cracking computer security systems.
The single-camera project hails from Sony Pictures TV and Adam Sandler's Happy Madison shingle. The untitled laffer stems from an idea of Gordon's that he developed into a series concept with Goldberg and the Happy Madison crew. Goldberg will pen the script and exec produce if it is picked up to pilot. Gordon is onboard to helm the pilot, if it goes, and exec produce.
In addition to "Christmases," Gordon's credits include the docu "King of Kong." Goldberg is penning the script for DreamWorks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon."
Gordon and Goldberg are repped by WME.
Source : variety.com