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2 August 2017   Comments Off on Winter TCA – Portraits

Wentworth poses at the 2017 Winter Television Critics Association press tour at the Langham Hotel on January 11, 2017 in Pasadena.

– Photoshoots 2017 Winter TCA – Portraits – January 11 2017

23 July 2017   Comments Off on Legends of Tomorrow – Wentworth Miller Returning for Season 3

Season 3 is looking very Cold and Darhk for the Legends of Tomorrow.

The CW has announced that Wentworth Miller and Neal McDonough will reprise their roles as former Legion of Doom members Leonard Snart and Damien Darhk. McDonough will be a series regular, while Miller will recur.

Legends kicks off its third season on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 9/8c, following the Season 4 premiere of The Flash.

Source: http://tvline.com/

27 June 2017   Comments Off on Popular Screencaptures

Added screecaptures from Popular TV show where Wentworth Miller made a guest appearance. The show aired in 1999 – 2000.

– Popular Screencaptures > 1×16 – All About Adam
– Popular Screencaptures > 1×18 – Ch-Ch-Changes

7 June 2017   Comments Off on Super Heroes Con 3 – June 3 2017

Wentworth and Dominic Purcell attended Super Heroes Con 3 on June 3 in Paris.

– Events Super Heroes Con 3 – June 3 2017

31 May 2017   Comments Off on Prison Break Creator Discusses Bloody Finale, Potential Season 6

Paul Scheuring tells THR that he’s open to another season, “but only if we can find a story that’s going to knock your socks off.”
[Warning: This story contains spoilers for the season finale of Fox’s Prison Break revival.]

At long last, the odyssey of Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is at an end.

The Prison Break limited series event drew to its conclusion with Tuesday’s season finale, which ended with Michael finally reunited with his family. It wasn’t an easy task, of course, involving seven years away from his wife Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies) and their son, the whole world believing him dead. But thanks to some long-game planning, a mobile frame job and even a murder or two, Michael is finally free for the first time in years — though even then, freedom comes at a price.

“Michael’s home but I don’t know if he’s at peace,” Wentworth Miller told The Hollywood Reporter about the season finale. “He’s been living a nightmare, for years, and now he’s back — back from the dead. He’s reunited with his loved ones, but I think he would be haunted for a long time. I think there’d be paranoia, insomnia, anxiety… maybe a lingering taste for darker things, illegal things. If there are new stories to tell, we could probably start there: with Michael’s not-so-smooth re-entry into civilian life.”

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31 May 2017   Comments Off on Prison Break finale recap: Behind the Eyes

Well, that might be the end of Prison Break. We rightfully thought that same thing eight years ago, considering you know, the main character died and all. But yet, here we are. And if this was the last we’ve seen of Michael, Lincoln, Sara, Sucre, T-Bag, and C-Note, then they went out on a high note, at least compared to season 5’s earlier episodes.

When a revival doesn’t live up to expectations, many wonder if it was worth doing or if the show’s legacy has been damaged. I would say, “Who cares?” Yes, this fifth season didn’t come close to the epic first season or exhilarating second season, but I would contest it was at least better than the dreadful third season in Sona and probably on par with the Ocean’s Eleven-style reboot of season 4. Whether you view this new installment as a disappointment or a competent follow-up, it doesn’t take away from the previous iteration.

Did I love this Prison Break? No. Am I glad it exists? Hell yeah. As a fan of the original, why wouldn’t I want to hear Sucre call Michael “Papi” again or see the brothers back together or continue to be conflicted over loving the detestable T-Bag? This isn’t an all-time Mount Rushmore series like Lost or The Sopranos. It’s Prison Break. So if they want to make a nonsensical limited series every few years, then count me in. Just two conditions: Come up with better villain names (see A&W, Van Gogh, Cyclops) and more Sucre.

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31 May 2017   Comments Off on Prison Break 5×09 – Behind The Eyes Screencaptures

– Screen Captures 5×09 – Behind The Eyes

31 May 2017   Comments Off on Prison Break boss shares alternate ending to heartbreaking finale

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the Prison Break revival finale. Read at your own risk!

Michael Scofield was finally able to take down Poseidon during the Prison Break finale — but not without some losses.

While it appeared that both Michael (Wentworth Miller) and Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) had perished in the penultimate, the brothers survived with a little ingenuity.

First, we learned that though Jacob (Mark Feuerstein) initially went rogue to help the country by cutting through the red tape, the Yemen mission was purely to get Michael out of the way so Jacob could keep Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies) all to himself. While Sara was able to sway Poseidon henchman Van Gogh against Jacob, A&W shot him in retaliation — that’s who was shot in the penultimate.

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31 May 2017   Comments Off on Wentworth Miller and ‘Prison Break’ Boss on Why the Finale Isn’t ‘Happily Ever After’

Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s season finale of Prison Break.

Did Michael Scofield get his happily ever after?

At the end of Tuesday’s Prison Break finale, Michael (Wentworth Miller) revealed to his archnemesis, Jacob (Mark Feuerstein), that he has always been the one calling the shots — successfully reframing Jacob for the murder he committed and originally framed Michael for.

It all worked out in the end, of course, with Michael reuniting with his love, Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies), and their son, Mike (Christian Michael Cooper), finally free of the shackles of prison. But did they finally achieve their happy ending — one that has been years in the making?

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29 May 2017   Comments Off on Prison Break Finale Sneak Peek: Is Michael About to Lose His Son Forever?

This one is gonna hurt, folks.

Just when you thought you couldn’t hold Prison Break‘s Jacob (played by Mark Feuerstein) in lower esteem, this exclusive sneak peek from the Fox revival’s finale (airing Tuesday at 9/8c) shows “Poseidon” hitting a new nadir, whilst fielding a call from Michael (Wentworth Miller).

* The hour opens with a bit of a “rewind,” giving us better context for what was happening in the minutes leading up to the gunshot/blood splatter that closed last week’s episode.
* Michael has two extremely crafty tricks up (or on) his sleeve, one of which had me shouting, “No [expletive] way!” at the TV — and yet in retrospect he basically warned Jacob about it in one of their years-ago flashbacks.
* You’ll never guess what the jar of blood that Whip found tied to the Lake Michigan buoy is for.
* The Elvis-worshipping Southerner to whom Michael sent the screen grab of his opened palms? And who hasn’t been seen much of since? Instrumental.
* The season closes with a sequence that you might see coming, but is nonetheless awesome.

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