The CW‘s four-night crossover event wrapped up last night with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and now we have a promo for the show’s next episode. Watch as Captain Cold returns in “The Chicago Way,” which is Episode 2.08 and airing on Thursday, December 8.
Dani Lukens, an Active Minds outreach specialist, spoke with Wentworth Miller, the popular actor and Active Minds’ Ambassador for Mental Health, about how talking about someone’s mental health is not an easy conversation to have, and yet how important it is to try.
Wentworth Miller also provides some great suggestions, based on his own experiences, for what to say to someone you’re concerned about, and how having this conversation is one of the best first steps for helping someone who’s struggling.
We admire the way Dani and Wentworth fully embrace Active Minds’ mission to “change the conversation about mental health!”
You, too, can show the world this is a cause you care about by making a donation to Active Minds’ lifesaving mission. Plus, every $5 you donate from now through December 9 is an entry to win a fun #BreaktheStigma prize package for you or a friend.
Mary 19 October 2016 Comments Off on Legends Schedules Leonard Snart’s ‘Return,’
Dearly departed antihero Leonard Snart will “return” to Legends of Tomorrow in The CW sophomore’s midseason finale, it was revealed on Tuesday at a press event.
As previously reported, the iconic and nefarious Legion of Doom will vex the Legends (as well as the JSA) this season, populated by the already revealed Damien Darhk and Eobard Thawne aka Reverse-Flash (played by Neal McDonough and Matt Letscher), along with Snart’s Captain Cold alter ego and longtime Arrow frenemy Malcolm Merlyn (who also makes his Legends debut in Episode 8).
Played by Wentworth Miller, who now has a series regular deal across all of The CW’s superhero shows, Snart famously sacrificed his life late in Legends Season 1, so the Captain Cold we meet as part of the Legion of Doom likely is some other, earlier incarnation.
Mary 18 October 2016 Comments Off on Wentworth Miller Named Active Minds’ Ambassador for Mental Health
Actor and screenwriter Wentworth Miller has joined Active Minds, one of the largest mental health advocacy groups in the nation, as an Active Minds Ambassador to help combat the stigma faced by those struggling with issues surrounding mental health.
Miller – best known for playing the character Michael Scofield on the hit television series “Prison Break,” which returns to Fox in Spring 2017 – disclosed his lifelong battle with depression and suicidal thoughts earlier this year.
“We are honored to welcome Wentworth Miller as our ambassador,” said Alison Malmon, founder and executive director of Active Minds. “He is generously giving his time and energy to support the Active Minds movement to change the way our campuses and communities talk about, care for, and value mental health. He exemplifies that it’s more-than-possible to live successfully with mental health issues, and that mental health is just as important as physical health. We are delighted to welcome him to the Active Minds family.”
Wentworth Miller has become a passionate advocate for suicide prevention and mental health awareness. “As someone who knows what it’s like to struggle with depression, I want to help give voice to the many people living with mental health issues. I want to help assure them that they’re not alone,” said Miller. “These issues can be hard to discuss. It can be hard to start the conversation. So letting people know that it’s okay to ask for help is extremely important. I’m really proud to be part of the Active Minds’ movement for change, especially because college was a difficult time for me. This organization does so much for students, and that kind of work is close to my heart.”
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