DON'T BE surprised if you start seeing Will Smith or his actor son, Jaden, in the area. The Overbrook- native superstar and his "Karate Kid" offspring are in town to shoot "1000 A.E.," directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

We told you in August that the Smiths had been meeting with Shyamalan about the futuristic thriller, in which Jaden plays a teen stranded on an abandoned planet and Will plays his father.

The pair previously played father and son in "The Pursuit of Happyness." The film, being guarded with typical Shyamalan secrecy, is expected to be shot around the area through April.

SallyAnn filling in

SallyAnn Mosey, who just left Fox 29 as a full-time meteorologist, is back on a fill-in basis while the station finds a replacement for John Bolaris. As we reported Tuesday afternoon on and in yesterday's Daily News, Bolaris and the station said they had mutually parted ways. Mosey may pick up Bolaris' forecast duties until a permanent replacement is named, but despite readers' telling us they hope Mosey returns full time, we're told that is neither her plan nor that of the station.

No 'Tebowing' love

With her beloved Detroit Lions out of the NFL playoffs, entertainer Sandra Bernhard says she is rooting for the Giants and Packers, but really "Anybody but the Broncos." Why? Because she hates Tim Tebow and his politics ever since the devout Christian QB appeared with his mother in a pro-life ad during the Super Bowl two years ago. The actress/comedian told us at a Tuesday-night cocktail reception at Hotel Palomar (17th & Sansom) that Philadelphia has been great to her since she started performing here in the late 1970s. Through Saturday, Bernhard performs "I Love Being Me, Don't You?" at the Painted Bride (230 Vine).

'Mob Wives' at Home

With their proclivity for fighting, we're not sure who would welcome the "Mob Wives" into their home, but Karen Gravano and Renee Graziano of the VH1 series will sign autographs and take pictures in the Comcast Xfinity booth at the Philadelphia Home Show from 6 to 8 p.m. on Jan. 19.

More dancing

Yesterday we told you that "Dancin' on Air" would soon return to Channel 17 with new kids and with new episodes on Saturday mornings, and we've since learned that former "Dancin' on Air" regular Kerri Gallagher is producing two dance shows of her own.

"Party Rockers Dance Reality," for 13- to 19-year-olds, and "Party Rockers Tween Scene," featuring 7-12-year-old dancers, will tape their first episodes Saturday at Play 2 inside Chickie's & Pete's (1526 Packer) in South Philly.

Gallagher's producing partner, Frank Punzo, says his daughter Felicia Punzo, a singer, will perform on both shows, which he says will start airing next month on WMCN-TV. Punzo says interested dancers are welcome to turn up at Play 2 at 8:30 a.m. Saturday (taping goes until 1:30 p.m.) and can contact producers through for more info on the programs.

On the tube

Elaine Garvin, of Holland, Bucks County, will appear on tomorrow's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" (12:30 p.m., 6ABC). Garvin, a paralegal, was in the audience for a show taping in September when audience members were called onto the set to answer a "Millionaire" question for a chance to win a cruise from Disney Cruise Line.

So, did she? Tune in to find out.

* Cherry Hill's Beyond Hair (1400 Berlin) will be featured on Bravo's "Tabatha Takes Over," at 10 p.m. Jan. 24. No-nonsense stylist Tabatha Coffey helps Aisha McKenzie try to turn her salon, struggling with an unprofessional, unhappy staff, into a productive, successful place.