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29 October 2021   Comments Off on Legends Of Tomorrow 7×03 – WVRDR_ERROR_100 notFound Screencaptures

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24 October 2021   Comments Off on Legends of Tomorrow 100th episode info

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is taking a trip down memory lane to reveal some “lost” scenes from the titular team’s past — and you can dive into one of them right now because EW is exclusively debuting three script pages from the show’s landmark 100th episode.

In the Caity Lotz-directed hour, cleverly titled “wvrdr_error_100 not found,” Astra (Olivia Swann) and Spooner (Lisseth Chavez) enter the now-human Gideon’s (Amy Pemberton) mind because a virus is threatening to erase all her memories. As they scour Gideon’s mindscape for the virus, the duo glimpse previously unseen moments from the show’s history that were buried in her mind and encounter some of the Waverider’s former crew members, including Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill), Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller), Dr. Martin Stein/Firestorm (Victor Garber), Jax/Firestorm (Franz Drameh), Hawkman (Falk Hentschel), Nora Darhk (Courtney Ford), and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh).

The accompanying excerpt journeys all the way back to the pilot and reveals the team’s tense, rowdy first breakfast together after boarding the Waverider. Read the scene and check out Lotz and co-showrunner Phil Klemmer and Keto Shimizu’s annotations below.

“[This episode] was an opportunity for actors like Wentworth Miller who left the show in season 1 to get to return to the show and perform scenes, like the one that we shared with you, which purportedly existed in the background of season 1 but clearly is imbued with the tone that would be much more familiar to season 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7,” says Klemmer. “We kind of realized that there were people who didn’t get to have as much fun as their talents deserved.”

Lotz had a blast guiding her former castmates through this scene. “Everybody really was there and down to play,” she says. “They were excited to be able to do a different version of their character that got to be a little bit more light and playful. And I think all of them were happy to see each other as well. It was such a reunion.”

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9 October 2021   Comments Off on ‘Legends Of Tomorrow’: Wentworth Miller To Reprise Captain Cold Role For Series’ 100th Episode

The 100th episode of the CW’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will welcome back Wentworth Miller, who will reprise his role as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold for the series’ milestone, Deadline has confirmed.

Miller rejoins the series for its 100th episode after previously appearing as the supe in Legends of Tomorrow‘s freshman and sophomore seasons. Miller’s Leonard also appeared in The Flash and Batwoman.

Set to air Oct. 27, Legends of Tomorrow‘s 100th episode will be a retrospective that revisits the series’ past through newcomer Amy Louise Pemberton’s human Gideon. Series star Caity Lotz will direct the milestone installment.

Based on the DC characters, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow also stars Matt Ryan, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekhman, Shayan Sobhian, Lisseth Chavez, with Nick Zano, and Dominic Purcell.

The series is produced by Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Executive producers for season six are Greg Berlanti, Phil Klemmer, Sarah Schechter, Keto Shimizu, Grainne Godfree, and James Eagan.

Source: https://deadline.com/

24 January 2021   Comments Off on Wentworth Miller on His Return to ‘SVU’ and Playing Authentic Characters

After first playing ADA Isaiah Holmes in season 21, Wentworth Miller is making his return to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on Thursday. This marks the 48-year-old out actor’s first major on-screen role since announcing in November that he was done playing straight characters.

“I just don’t want to play straight characters. Their stories have been told (and told),” Miller wrote on Instagram in addition to clarifying that he was no longer interested in playing Michael Scofield on Prison Break, his breakout series which briefly returned for a five-episode season four years ago and was reportedly going to be revived again.

Holmes, who is the first LGBTQ district attorney on SVU, follows Miller’s role as Captain Cold on The CW’s sprawling Arrowverse. They are two of the openly gay characters Miller has played on TV since his final appearance as Scofield in 2017.

On the newest season 22 episode, “The Long Arm of the Witness,” Holmes has been recently promoted to lead the Brooklyn DA’s Civil Rights Unit when he’s pulled back into the special victims unit fold after one of his old schoolmates comes under investigation and ADA Dominick Carisi Jr. (Peter Scanavino) seeks Holmes’ help.

Ahead of Miller’s anticipated appearance, showrunner Warren Leight explained to ET that his introduction as Holmes last season (in “Murdered at a Bad Address”) was all too brief and that this new episode allowed them both to further explore the character’s journey and bring that to the screen.

“He’s a character with multiple layers — a man of integrity and intelligence, burdened with guilt, shame, and in his mind, a lot to atone for. Early in his life, his ‘otherness’ left him unsure and passive, now his identity as a queer POC empowers him,” Leight said, adding, “As Wentworth told me, Isaiah Holmes now ‘knows who he is/what he stands for, and is fearless in advocating for those who cannot advocate for themselves.’”

In an interview with ET, Miller opened up about returning to the Law & Order universe, reprising his role as Holmes, and playing more authentic characters in the future.

ET: What made you want to return to Law & Order: SVU?
Wentworth Miller: It was always in the back of my mind. I’ve always wanted to be part of the Dick Wolf universe. I used to imagine courtroom scenes with me and Sam Waterston. I still do.

What was it like stepping back into the role of ADA Isaiah Holmes and reuniting with the cast?

Peter’s lovely to work with. The whole cast is. Which helps. The guest star thing can be a little stressful. Like the first day of school. Except everyone’s a senior and you’re the first year, trying to keep up.

How was it acting amid the pandemic? Did that present any unexpected challenges or push you in any unexpected ways?

From what I could tell they were taking every precaution. We got tested on the way into work, had masks on between takes… Was I excited to get swabbed at 6 a.m.? No. But you do what’s necessary. You’re grateful to be working.

Warren said that you two spent a lot of time discussing the character’s journey and his identity as a queer person of color. Was there anything specific that you brought to his story and where he is now?

The first time I met Warren, we agreed any character I’d play would be gay and a POC. That took all of 30 seconds. Then it was like, “And?” What else? Who is this person? What’s he bringing to the table? Savvy? Integrity? Resourcefulness? That’s what we’re exploring now. And I think we see hints in this next episode… Warren’s been very open to that conversation.

This is your first major role since you went on Instagram to say that you’re no longer going to play straight characters. How did it feel playing this character this time around?

It felt like I was where I should be. Actually I thought about BD Wong [the out actor who played George Huang for 15 seasons]. His legacy, his presence on that show… I was a fan. You sat up a little straighter when Dr. Huang entered the chat.

How does it feel taking on more authentic roles and playing characters that are truer to yourself?

I have things in common with Isaiah but we’re not the same person. Obviously. I had things in common with Michael Scofield too. What feels more truthful maybe, more authentic about Isaiah is I don’t have to spend time servicing straightness. Straight relationships. Acting is investigating. For me. Mapping new territory. Articulating things I don’t get to articulate in my day-to-day. Mapping straightness, at this point… feels like a dead end.

Are there any specific stories you’re interested in telling or playing now that you’re done playing straight characters?
Sure. I’d like to tell — to watch — more stories where gay characters are informed by their struggles, but not defined. Not getting sacrificed so straight characters can enjoy some kind of epiphany. I don’t think that’s too much to ask. It’s so important queer audiences — queer kids — see stories that don’t center suffering. See us empowered, in positions of authority. Moving through the world with purpose. Confidence. Dignity. It makes it easier to imagine those things are available to us in real life too.

Warren said he “hopes Holmes will return and continue to evolve.” Are you interested in returning to SVU or the larger Law & Order universe in the future?

Right now I’m taking it one day at a time. I think we all are. But I’m open. I told Warren I’m looking forward to whatever there is to look forward to.

Source: https://www.etonline.com

23 January 2021   Comments Off on Law and Order SVU 22×06 – The Long Arm of the Witness Screencaptures

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20 November 2020   Comments Off on Wentworth Miller Returning to ‘Law & Order: SVU’ in Season 22

Wentworth Miller is returning to Law & Order: SVU for season 22, ET has confirmed. The former Prison Break star will reprise his role as ADA Isaiah Holmes, after first appearing as the character in the season 21 episode, “Murdered at a Bad Address.”

According to NBC, when Holmes returns to the show, he’ll have been recently promoted to lead the Brooklyn DA’s Civil Rights Unit. He’ll be pulled back into the SVU fold after one of his old schoolmates comes under investigation and ADA Dominick Carisi Jr. (Peter Scanavino) seeks Holmes’ help.

While no airdate was provided, Miller is expected to appear in early 2021.

The actor, meanwhile, is just the latest star returning to the Law & Order universe this season, with the most anticipated being Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler. The longtime SVU character is set to lead the upcoming spinoff, Law & Order: Organized Crime.

Initially, it was planned that Stabler would appear in the season 22 premiere, but production on Organized Crime has since been delayed, and the series is now slated to premiere in the spring. “As soon as his show starts, we’ve already got a crossover episode written,” Ice-T (Sgt. Fin Tutuola) told ET.

Additionally, Elizabeth Marvel will reprise her role as defense attorney Rita Calhoun. She was last seen on the series in season 18 and is set to appear in the new year. And fans can look forward to seeing Tamara Tunie as medical examiner Melinda Warner in the COVID-19 focused episode, “Remember Me in Quarantine,” airing on Thursday, Dec. 3.

Source: https://www.etonline.com/

10 November 2020   Comments Off on Wentworth Miller Won’t Be Reprising Prison Break Role

If you were waiting for Wentworth Miller to reprise his role as Michael for a revival of the Fox series Prison Break, you’ll be waiting a long time. The actor took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal that he has no plans on returning.

In January during TCA, Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn said that there was a possibility of a new season of Prison Break. However, if that becomes a reality, Miller made it clear that he would not be involved.

On Instagram, he thanked fans for his support and spoke out against bullying of the LGBTQ community. He went on to talk about the potential of a new season of Prison Break.

“I’m out. Of PB. Officially,” he wrote.

He continued, “Not [because] of static on social media (although that has centered the issue). I just don’t want to play straight characters. Their stories have been told (and told).”

He understood that the show has a rabid fanbase that was hoping for additional seasons. “I understand this is disappointing. I’m sorry,” he said.

He ended the post saying, “If you’re hot and bothered [because] you fell in love with a fictional straight man played by a real gay one…That’s your work. – W.M.”

His Prison Break co-star Dominic Purcell responded: “It was fun mate. What a ride it was. Fully support and understand your reasoning. Glad you have made this decision for you health and your truth. Keep the posts coming. …. love ya brother.”

Sarah Wayne Callies also posted her support on Instagram. “With gratitude for all the work we did together, & with deep love, I’m voicing my support for that choice,” she wrote. “To all the fans, know this: the cast of prison break is a queer friendly space. we stand with – and among – our friends & family in the LGBTQ+ community with full throated support for their rights and artistic work. all the time. always.”

Source: https://deadline.com/

2 December 2019   Comments Off on Madam Secretary 6×09 – Carpe Diem Screencaptures

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