Written by abby on March 30 2019
Written by abby on March 30 2019
tvline Question: Anything coming up for Sara and Ava on Legends of Tomorrow? —Justin
Ausiello: Would a sexy tango interest you…?
Question: After that Desmond reveal in Legends of Tomorrow‘s midseason finale, what can we expect in the second half of Season 4? —Derrick
Ausiello: Neron — who intermittently sports the face of the soul he is bound to — will wreak much havoc as Season 4B rolls out, starring Monday, April 1. “Stealing souls is a form of currency down in Hell,” explains showrunner Phil Klemmer, who envisions Neron as a “disruptor” in the underworld. As Klemmer also puts it, Neron is “Elon Musk-as-demon” à la “I’m going to turn Detroit on its head by coming up with a whole new means of becoming a demon.”
Written by abby on March 20 2019
We are getting close to the return of the Legends Of Tomorrow gang to our TV’s in 12 days and new episode stills from the 9th episode of Legends Of Tomorrow called 4×09 – Lucha De Apuestas have been released and added to the gallery. With thanks to Far Far Away for the HQ stills.
– Legends Of Tomorrow > Season Four > Episode Stills > 4×09 – Lucha De Apuestas
Written by abby on March 14 2019
BELIEVE IT OR NOT — When the Legends hear that Mona (Roman Young) has let a fugitive go, they must head to 1961 Mexico City to clean up her mess. Mona tries to convince the Legends and the Bureau that the people responsible for releasing the fugitive were some mysterious Men in Black and not her. With no evidence to back up her theory, the Legends must decide if they should trust her and go against the Bureau. Meanwhile, Nate (Nick Zano) and Zari (Tala Ashe) go on a recon mission to find out what Hank (guest star Tom Wilson) might be hiding from everyone.
Written by abby on February 01 2019
So looks like I was way out on the time frame that the CW shows would be renewed as the CW surprised us all and Legends Of Tomorrow has been renewed for a 5th season, The news was announced the other day at the CW TCA where the network president CW chief Mark Pedowitz. No more news on the number of episodes or air date’s but we may get that at the Upfronts in May
— DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (@TheCW_Legends) January 31, 2019
Written by abby on January 27 2019
Earlier this week Caity and some of the rest of the cast photos some on set candids from the last episode of Legents Of Tomorrow season 4 and now all the cast have officially wrapped for the season, There is no word yet on if we will get a season 5 but I would not think we will hear about that till last on this year about May time but till then remember that the Legends will be back some time in April.
– Legends Of Tomorrow > Season Four > On Set > Other
Written by abby on December 16 2018
Collider – The CW hit show Legends of Tomorrow has always been the “little engine that could” among the Arrowverse shows, overcoming a jumbled (OK, crappy) Season 1 to become arguably the best DC TV property going. The decision to ditch the ultra-serious themes of Season 1 and lean into the wackier comedic parts of the show has proven to be a winning strategy. It’s become a self-aware, meta madhouse, sort of like a PG-13 TV version of Deadpool. On a recent visit to the show set in Vancouver, the cast dished what makes the show so much fun to watch. First up: the fearless leader of the Waverider, series lead Caity Lotz (Sara Lance):
QUESTION: The Waverider is in a state of flux with all the new crew members. How is Sara adjusting her leadership skills to the new dynamic?
CAITY LOTZ: It’s definitely hard. I think it’s becoming more and more like Sara has to be the mom with this bunch of kids, and it’s difficult for her because you’re constantly trying to manage all these different personalities and you have to be the one who has your sh*t together all the time so everyone else can freak out or have fun or do this and that. You have to keep it cool, so I think it’s hard for her and yeah, the new members of the team are constantly shaking things up and some of the newer people have their own agendas, so it is a difficult thing to try to manage.
QUESTION: With Sara’s relationship with Ava, and also being captain of the Waverider, she has kind of found this really stable place in her life. So where do you think the character can grow from here now that she’s essentially achieved her happily ever after, despite all the craziness that’s going on?
LOTZ: Yeah well, I mean that’s definitely a boring character if they have nowhere to go and if they have achieved everything. So, I think there needs to be more for Sara than just like being in a relationship, and we’re trying to find it. I mean it’s interesting because Sara’s done so much and changed and grown and it’s like, okay, what else do you do? I mean, I want like magic powers or something. That’s what I’m pitching, so we’ll see.
QUESTION: What’s the experience been like portraying a bisexual woman as the lead of a network television show? It’s pretty rare.
LOTZ: I was just thinking about how nowadays it would be like “If you’re not really bi then you shouldn’t be playing that character.” So sometimes I think maybe my character could have been even better if I was bisexual. And who knows, maybe I still might be: I’m not married. But it’s been an amazing experience. It’s always been my favorite part of playing Sara. Not only because it makes her more complicated and layered, but also because I feel like I’m actually doing something good by being able to be that representation on TV, for all the young men and women who don’t understand their sexuality, or do and it’s not accepted. Or just that they haven’t been able to see themselves on TV, to be able to see a character that reflects who they are. I think that is so important and that they should have that. Everyone should have that. So, I felt very lucky to bring something that wasn’t present enough and to kind of be a part of the hopeful fix for that.