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Fox has had success reviving some of its classic shows like The X-Files, 24 and Prison Break. 24: Live Another Day returned with Kiefer Sutherland and then 24: Legacy introduced a new cast. The original Prison Break cast returned for a revival as well. Ever since, Fox Television Critics Association executive sessions were filled with promises of new development on 24 and Prison Break. But that was before Disney bought Fox.

In February, Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier said the 24 spinoffs Fox was previously developing were on the backburner as New Fox established itself. In today’s executive session, Collier confirmed Prison Break was not currently in development, despite the success of its 2017 revival series.

“There’s no plan right now to revive Prison Break or any of the other franchises, but when the creators come with a story that they think is the right time to tell, we are so ready to listen because those are some franchises of which I’m so proud and feel so fortunate that they’re in our stable,” Collier said.

Collier’s not going to say this publicly, but the fact is that no executive is going to move forward on the previous regime’s projects, especially when the previous regime has migrated to a different studio. Anything Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring was pitching will have to be revamped, if revived at all. The same goes for the 24 spinoffs, including a legal drama incarnation, that creators Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran were creating.

Fox’s reboot BH: 90210, in which the original cast of Beverly Hills 90210 play fictionalized versions of themselves, premieres tonight. So Fox isn’t ruling out reboots.

“Prison Break, 24, O.C., before this 90210, we happen to have some iconic IP that people want to see more of,” Collier said. “It’s such a blessing but the right way to do it I think is very much like the way 90210 came together, with the right people at the right time, the right people on both sides of the camera.”

Source: slashfilm.com

29 July 2018   Comments Off on Dinotopia Screencaptures

Added screen captures from Wentworth’s role as David Scott in Dinotopia to the gallery.

Thanks to my friend Kathryn for sorting this movie for us.

Dinotopia is a four-hour (three-episode) TV miniseries co-produced by Walt Disney Television and Hallmark Entertainment. It is based on the fictional world of Dinotopia, a utopia in which sentient dinosaurs and humans coexist, created by American author James Gurney. The miniseries uses plot details from Gurney’s first two Dinotopia books, Dinotopia and Dinotopia: The World Beneath, although it takes place in a time farther into the future. The main characters are two American teenage boys from a contemporary time frame (unlike the Victorian era castaways in the books—the film thus loses some of the classicism of the original books). The boys crash their father’s plane into the sea and get stranded on Dinotopia, where they must adjust to a new society. The story in the film contains references to many of the characters in the book series, with some of their descendents occupying key roles in the plot.

– Dinotopia DVD Screencaptures

26 May 2018   Comments Off on Underworld Screencaptures

Added screen captures from Wentworth’s role as Dr. Adam in Underworld starring opposite Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman and Shane Brolly to the gallery.

Selene, a vampire warrior, is entrenched in a conflict between vampires and werewolves, while falling in love with Michael, a human who is sought by werewolves for unknown reasons.

– Underworld DVD Screencaptures

15 May 2018   Comments Off on Fox Wants More Prison Break

In recent years, Fox has brought back several of its biggest properties, including a 24 spin-off and revivals of The X-Files and Prison Break. As of now, none of the three properties are on deck for Fox’s 2018-2019 season, but the network isn’t closing the door completely on any of them. In fact, new installments of Prison Break and 24 are actively in development right now!

The fifth season of Prison Break aired in 2017 and saw original stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell return. According to Fox Chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman, a new season is currently in the early stages of development. “We’re just focused on getting the next iteration right,” Walden said on a call with reporters Monday morning. “I don’t anticipate there would be any significant announcements for several months.”

Source: http://www.tvguide.com

25 April 2018   Comments Off on The Flash 4×19 – Fury Rogue Screencaptures

– Screen Captures The Flash 4×19 – Fury Rogue

20 April 2018   Comments Off on The Flash 4×19 – Fury Rogue Episode Stills

– The Flash Episode Stills > 4×19 – Fury Rogue

19 April 2018   Comments Off on Watch the Promo for Wentworth Miller’s Final Episode of The Flash!

Following last night’s episode of the series, The CW has released the first promo for the next episode of The Flash which will feature the final appearance of Wentworth Miller as Captain Cold! Check it out in the player below.

“WENTWORTH MILLER RETURNS AS CITIZEN COLD – When Barry (Grant Gustin) needs help transporting a dangerous meta, he calls on a new friend for help – Leo Snart AKA Citizen Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller). Meanwhile, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) becomes suspicious of Harry (Tom Cavanagh).”

Rachel Talalay directed the episode, which was written by Jeff Hersh & Joshua V. Gilbert.

The Flash stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton as Iris West, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramo, Tom Cavanagh as Dr. Harrison Wells, and Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West. New additions to the cast are Katee Sackhoff as the villain Amunet Black and Hartley Sawyer as Ralph Dibny, aka Elongated Man.

Source: http://www.comingsoon.net/

10 April 2018   Comments Off on The Flash Reveals Details About Wentworth Miller’s Return

As his contract has expired, Wentworth Miller’s appearance in “Fury Rogue,” an upcoming episode of CW’s The Flash, may be his last outing as Leonard Snart/Citizen Cold.

A new description for the episode indicates that Snart will help his old friend Barry Allen transport a dangerous meta. You can read the synopsis for the episode, which will air on April 24, below.

THE FLASH “Fury Rogue”— (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

WENTWORTH MILLER RETURNS AS CITIZEN COLD — When Barry (Grant Gustin) needs help transporting a dangerous meta, he calls on a new friend for help – Leo Snart AKA Citizen Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller). Meanwhile, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) becomes suspicious of Harry (Tom Cavanagh). Rachel Talalay directed the episode written by Jeff Hersh & Joshua V. Gilbert (#419). Original airdate 4/24/2018.

Following his addition to the spinoff series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Cold changed from his villainous ways into a full-blown hero. Though he sacrificed himself to save his friends in the first season, he’s managed to return several times via hallucinations and time travel. Recently, Snart returned to the show as Citizen Cold, a heroic version of the character who helped the heroes fight off evil Nazis in “Crisis on Earth-X.” Although Miller’s contract has expired, he has expressed interest in reprising his role provided the “right story” comes along.

Source: https://www.cbr.com/

13 February 2018   Comments Off on Wentworth Miller’s Legends of Tomorrow exit leaves door open for Citizen Cold

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow showrunner Marc Guggenheim has revealed the door will be left open for Wentworth Miller following his onscreen exit.

The Prison Break actor plays Leonard Snart/Citizen Cold in the series but will bow out during tonight’s episode (Monday 12) after it was revealed he would be dropping out of the DC TV-sphere in November.

However, it looks like Miller may indeed return as Snart in a future series, as Guggenheim says he won’t actually die in tonight’s much-anticipated premiere episode.

Source: http://www.digitalspy.com/

13 February 2018   Comments Off on Legends of Tomorrow recap: ‘Daddy Darhkest’

Hooray, the Legends are back from hiatus! And so’s John Constantine! And Mallus! Look, everyone’s here! (Except Firestorm. Sorry.)

Since his last appearance in the Arrowverse, John’s kept himself busy doing warlock-ian, magical things. His latest exorcism in Star City is a girl named Emily Rose, who’s been taken by a demon who tells John he’ll have Sara Lance soon. We know this demon’s Mallus, but John doesn’t, so off to the Central City he goes, where he catches up with Sara and the rest of the time-traveling team aboard the Waverider.

Sara reveals that she did visit the spirit world, which is how Mallus knows her name, and suggests that if John needs some help taking down Mallus, why not have the Legends tag along on another exorcism attempt? Ray and Zari, who were working on building a nanite pistol, hang back as the rest of the team goes into the asylum where Emily/Mallus waits.

There, they grab Emily/Mallus and take her to room 237 (I see what you did there, Legends writers), but not before Kuasa makes her way in and threatens the team again. Amaya, torn as ever over whether to harm her own family, tries to hold her off, but in the end, it’s Nate — along with Leo’s gun — who freezes Kuasa just in time.

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