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13 January 2017   No Comments

When the chance to return to the gritty and intense world of “Prison Break” first presented itself to executive producer Paul Scheuring, he admits he wasn’t sure he was up for the huge task. “It had to be a close-ended story that was original and that was emotionally engaging and just badass. And I honestly didn’t think it was in me,” he told CNN after a panel for the show

12 January 2017   No Comments

The Prison Break revival doesn’t debut until April, but ET has details on the project after catching up with stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell at the 2017 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour on Wednesday. “It’s more of the same, but we’re a lot older,” Miller joked with ET’s Leanne Aguilera at the event in Pasadena, California. “That’s the twist.” Fox is bringing back the popular series for a

12 January 2017   No Comments

You could say the fifth season of Prison Break all started when Heat Wave and Captain Cold met on the set of CW/DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. That’s when Prison Break actors Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller found themselves working together, and kicked around the idea of doing another season of the Fox series again. The conversation carried over to creator Paul T Scheuring who not only took inspiration from Homer’s

12 January 2017   No Comments

Leonard Snart will soon return in the flesh to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, but this is a very different Captain Cold than fans remember. After sacrificing himself in season 1 to destroy the Time Council and save the Legends, Snart (Wentworth Miller) is slated to join Reverse-Flash (Matt Letscher), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), and Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) in the Legion of Doom — and not just as a vision

12 January 2017   No Comments

“Prison Break” ended in 2009 with Wentworth Miller’s lead character Michael Scofield apparently dead. Eight years later, the show’s fifth season is set to premiere. The revival may not have happened if not for “The Flash.” Miller and co-lead Dominic Purcell, who play brothers on “Prison Break,” were reunited in 2014 when they were cast as villainous duo Captain Cold and Heatwave on the first season of the CW superhero

5 January 2017   No Comments

Thanks to my friend Miss Faith I have added scans from Binge Box magazine. Enjoy this interview with Wentworth. GALLERY LINKS: – Magazine Scans Binge Box – Issue 4 2016

1 December 2016   Comments Off on Talking About Mental Health With Wentworth Miller

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

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

11 October 2016   Comments Off on Wentworth Miller: ‘Prison Break could come back for even more new episodes’

Wentworth Miller, you tease! The star has suggested that there “could be a conversation” about bringing Prison Break back for more episodes, following its much-anticipated return next year. The British-born actor – who was attending the 2016 Attitude Awards last night – told Digital Spy: “The reboot is nine new episodes airing in spring 2017, and then depending on how it’s received, and who’s available, there could be another conversation

11 October 2016   Comments Off on Attitude’s Man Of Year, Supported By Virgin Holidays: Wentworth Miller

Wentworth Miller might be about to return to his career-defining role as Prison Break’s Michael Scofield, but it was the British-born Hollywood star’s candid discussion of his struggles with depression, self-loathing and thoughts of suicide that really turned heads this year. The 44-year-old, who publicly confirmed his sexuality in 2013 after taking a stand against Russia’s newly introduced anti-LGBT ‘propaganda’ law, cut through the insincerity of the social media age

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