‘The Flash’: Danielle Panabaker On Killer Frost’s Killer New Look

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This season on The Flash, Caitlin Snow has finally gone full Killer Frost and with that exciting new villainous persona comes a brand new costume.

In an interview with TVLine, Danielle Panabaker spoke a bit about her character’s killer new look. While the Earth-Two version of Killer Frost that we first met in Season 2 wore leather pants and a jacket, Panabaker says, “so this is pretty different with the skirts and stuff.”

“This is our post-Flashpoint Caitlin Snow with powers, who’s become evil and turned into Killer Frost,” she says, adding that she “benefited from two-and-a-half years of watching other people have super suits.”

This informed the costume design based on both her needs as an actress and the character’s look from the comics:

“In the research that I did about Killer Frost, she always wore boots, which was something that I was really pulling for. And I know some of our producers really loved this long cape version [of the character], which is great and feels very villainous. I love the sleeves on it because a lot of Killer Frost’s action is with her hands, and hopefully the light will really catch all the different details on that.”

The actress also spoke a bit about next week’s episode, “I Know Who You Are” (an episode that Jesse L. Martin teased will see a character’s death):

“It’s a real test of Killer Frost’s abilities, and her devotion — how badly she wants to be a part of the dark side as they all sort of duke it out.”

Finally, Panabaker spoke about how much she’s been looking forward to playing this version of Caitlin Snow:

“Obviously, I was hired to play the very sweet scientist, but I’ve been super-excited about playing Killer Frost ever since I signed onto the show. It’s something that I really wanted. It’s a great way for people to see that this cast is capable of pulling off multiple characters.”

The Flash airs Tuesday nights at 8/7c on The CW. Be sure to check back right here on Heroic Hollywood every Tuesday night for our weekly episode reviews.

Source: TVLine

10 Heroes We Want To See In ‘Legends Of Tomorrow’ Season 3

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**This article contains spoilers for the Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 finale.**

The Season 2 Finale for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow aired recently (check out my review if you haven’t already) and it certainly left things off on an interesting note. But now’s the time to look to the future. It’s time to look ahead to Season 3.

Legends showrunner Phil Klemmer recently teased new characters appearing in Season 3. That’s what’s great about this type of show is the ability to regularly swap team members in and out. It helps keep the show fresh. As Klemmer puts it, in this show, “the only thing that has to remain is the Waverider.” The DC universe is packed with awesome characters that would be perfect for an appearance in Legends and this show provides the unique opportunity to introduce DC superheroes and villains from any place and any time. Whether it be the past, as was the case with recurring characters like Jonah Hex or the Justice Society of America, or the future, as we saw with Connor Hawke in Season 1, this show can make it work. So, we thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the characters that could possibly appear on Legends of Tomorrow Season 3.

First, though, a couple of disclaimers. Some of these characters are more likely to actually appear on the show than others, but all of them could work with a little creative writing. Some of these people might have appeared in the Arrowverse before, but not on Legends of Tomorrow (for the most part). Some might make more sense in a one-off appearance while some could work as potential new season-long team members. Finally, I didn’t include any of the characters that are already appearing in the DCEU films.

So, without further adieu, here are the 10 heroes we want to see in Legends of Tomorrow Season 3. Hit the next button below to begin!

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Jeff Grantz

Jeff Grantz

Jeff Grantz is an Atlanta-based writer, filmmaker and host of The Amazing Nerdiverse Podcast (on iTunes and YouTube).