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Hello and Welcome to Caity Lotz Fan the longest running fansite dedicated to the talented actress Caity Lotz. She's probably most known for her roles as 'Sara Lance' in the CW series Arrow and all its spin off Legends Of Tomorrow that is now going in to it's 6th season, as the robot 'Ava' in the movie The Machine and as 'Annie' in The Pack 1 & 2. Our aim is to provide you with all the latest news, images, career updates and other relevant information regarding Caity as they happen.
December 15, 2019  abby No comments Gallery, Supergirl

And the Crisis has now official begun and it all starts on Supergirl, This years big crossover Crisis On Infinite Earths is now underway and after missing last years one Caity and Brandon were about for part 1 of 5. Caity did not do a lot other then go to Earth 16 a.k.a Star City 2046 that was episode 5 of season 1 of Legends Of Tomorrow but this time things were a little different from the last time there. HD Screen Captures and Episode Stills from the episode are now up in the gallery.

December 15, 2019  abby No comments Events, Gallery

After missing the Friday of Comci-Con 2019 Caity and Dylan made a stop on the Saturday at the annual Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con Celebration that night in matching clothes and that was the end of Caity at Comic-Con for the year I do hope both the show, cast and Caity get more to do next year if we do get a season 6 from Legends but please enjoy the photos.

December 15, 2019  abby No comments Events, Gallery

As well as all the events Caity did that day she as well took part in a lot of photoshoots for a lot of people and all of them have are up in the gallery for you all to view.

December 15, 2019  abby No comments Events, Gallery

So it’s been a long long LONG time people like July time from the last update on here, To be fair I lost a lot of interest in this site and Caity as when Legends is not on she just dose not do a lot of stuff now so with no events, movies or tv shows the site just got left but I am going to try and work on it again now as Caity is coming back on TV so let’s see were this go’s now.

Way back on July 19th Caity, Brandon Routh, and Dominic Purcell were at the 2019 San Diego Comic Con for Legends Of Tomorrow, although the there were they for the show it was for one day only and they had no panels or things like that very disappointing but they did some some photoshoots, press interviews, the DC Booth and at the end of the day the CW party for Batwoman and Caity made a stop at the TV Guide Magazine Fan Favorites 2019 panel as a replacement after Ruby Rose pulled out of Comic-Con due to a injury, she was there with Clark Gregg, Candice Patton, Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash, Matt Davis, Yetide Badaki, Brittany Curran, William Jackson Harper and Elia Taylor. A lot of HQ photos from the events Caity did make well have been up in the gallery for months now but I have at last done the main site about it all yay.

July 21, 2019  abby No comments Interviews, Legends Of Tomorrow

Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Dominic Purcell and EPs preview Season 5 of CW drama

July 20, 2019  abby No comments Interviews, Legends Of Tomorrow

At the 2019 Comic-Con International: San Diego, “Extra” sat down with Brandon Routh as he promoted his show “DC Legends of Tomorrow,” which will require him to put on the Superman costume once again!

Thirteen years ago, Routh first portrayed the superhero in “Superman Returns.” Along with showing his excitement at wearing the suit again, he noted that he’ll be hitting the gym to prep for the Arrowverse crossover.

Brandon confirmed he’ll be playing four characters in the “Crisis of Infinite Earths” crossover, including Ray Palmer/Atom and Clark Kent/Superman.

Routh was joined by his co-stars Caity Lotz and Dominic Purcell. During their interview, showrunners Phil Klemmer and writer Keto Shimizu also joined in.

July 19, 2019  abby No comments Interviews, Legends Of Tomorrow

ET sat down with Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, and Dominic Purcell from the cast of ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ at San Diego Comic-Con to talk about their favorite on set moments. ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ returns in 2020 on the CW.

July 19, 2019  abby No comments Interviews, Legends Of Tomorrow

‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ stars Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Dominic Purcell, and Phil Klemmer (EP) join us LIVE from San Diego Comic Con 2019.

ew.com – At this point, Caity Lotz’s Sara Lance has died, been resurrected, been possessed by a time demon, and formed a Beebo, but she’ll tackle a brand new frontier in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow‘s fifth season: a superpower.

“Sara will get a magical illness, which will turn into a superpower,” says Lotz, who appears on the cover of this month’s Entertainment Weekly. “She’ll learn how to make it a superhero power, which won’t necessarily be a good thing. It’s going to come with its challenges for sure.”

Up until now, Sara, who trained with the League of Assassins, has mostly been known for her martial arts prowess, so Lotz is ecstatic about this latest twist. “I’m just really excited about having a superpower. I’m on a superhero show, and then all my friends are like, ‘What’s your power?’ I’m like, ‘I’m really good at martial arts.’ They’re like, ‘That’s not a power.’ ‘Dammit, you’re right. It’s not a power.’ So finally I get a power,” she says. “It’s something where it’s kind of an illness and she’s going to learn how to turn it into something positive, which I think is really cool — taking a setback, something that’s difficult and challenging, and being able to kind of create alchemy with that and turn it into a positive. I think the negative part of the power [will affect] her personal life [more].”

For Lotz, change has been one of the constants of playing Sara because the character has evolved significantly from when she was first introduced in Arrow season 2 as, essentially, the female version of the forever brooding Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell). “I thought I was bringing over the exact same character [from Arrow to Legends]. I was like, ‘Sara would never say that.’ But then it was like, ‘Oh, this is a different version of Sara. A way more lighthearted version,’” says Lotz. “It was a difficult balance at first to have it still be her and yet fit the new show.” She continues, “It’s really fun. I like this new version of her. It’s fun to play the comedy instead of being so dark and tortured all of the time. This Sara gets to have a lot more fun.”

In somewhat related news: In season 5, Sara and her girlfriend Ava (Jes Macallan) will be living together on the Waverider, “which is going to prove to be very difficult for Sara,” says Lotz. “It’s going to be hard for her to get any personal time, but also a good opportunity for growth in the Avalance relationship.”

Ava will also experience some personal growth in season 5 because she’s currently unemployed. In the wake of the feel-good season 4 finale, the Time Bureau was shuttered, meaning the Legends are now the timeline’s last line of defense and the former director must figure out what comes next for her.

“She’s like a showrunner who enters hiatus and it’s just like, ‘Ahh, I don’t know what to do by myself,’ and that’s scary,” says executive producer Phil Klemmer, with EP Keto Shimizu adding, “Part of her character is figuring out how she fits on the Waverider. We have some great stories with her, and we’ll continue to watch her evolution. She’s a character we love so much.” Shimizu is looking forward to exploring how Ava “becomes ingrained in this family structure, not just through Sara but through her friendships with all of the other characters. She’s this great, complicated person that everyone can have their own friendship with on the ship.”

June 13, 2019  abby No comments Interviews, Legends Of Tomorrow

EW – So far, every Arrowverse season finale has included some tease for the next crossover, “Crisis on Infinite Earths” — and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow wasn’t an exception. However, the idiosyncratic superhero drama’s season 4 finale teased the five-hour event in the most Legends way possible (read: hilariously and irreverently).

In the finale, titled “Hey, World!” the Legends opened Heyworld, the whimsical theme park Hank (Tom Wilson) was building before he died, to the public in an effort to counter the fear of magical creatures that NeRay (Brandon Routh) was sowing in 2019. Donning their costumes for what feels like the first time all season, Sara (Caity Lotz) and Nate (Nick Zano) performed a superhero-themed morality play that was meant to teach attendees that all of the stories about monsters they’d read weren’t necessarily true. The audience paid to see superheroes fight a big monster, so this was the last thing they wanted.

As the crowd turned on the Legends, the Monitor — LaMonica Garrett’s multiverse observer who was introduced in “Elseworlds” and appeared in the most recent Arrow and Supergirl finales — simply stood in the back of the big top and shook his head. Not only that, but he then grabbed a box of popcorn and watched as the situation spiraled even further out of control once Godmother and fully grown dragon started causing all kinds of chaos. In terms of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” teases, this is the chillest and least serious one yet, which, again, feels on-brand for Legends, a show that spent its fourth season avoiding your standard superheroics.

An impending multiverse crisis isn’t the only thing the Legends will have to worry about when they return to television though. Defeating NeRay altered the timeline so that Zari’s dystopian future never happened, which means her brother ended up joining the team instead of her. Meanwhile, in hell, Astra unleashed the souls of several historical villains (Genghis Khan, Charles Manson, etc.) on the mortal world.

Below, EW chats with showrunner Phil Klemmer about the Monitor’s irreverent appearance, season 1 big bad Vandal Savage’s (Casper Crump) surprise cameo in hell, and what this ending means for the show’s fifth season, which won’t air until midseason after the crossover.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So the Legends will be fighting these escaped historical baddies in season 5?
PHIL KLEMMER: Yeah, we’re sort of back to the world of history. Out of the world of magical creatures and back to where we started — getting back to real life villains. We do have our mythology figured out for next season. It’s super cool, it’s super exciting, and we’re putting the world of magic behind us. So, I think it’s going to feel, hopefully, very fresh.

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