Tonight’s episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, entitled “Fellowship of the Spear,” marks the long-overdue return of Wentworth Miller’s Leonard Snart, aka Captain Cold.
During PaleyFest LA this week, Access Hollywood caught up with Caity Lotz, who plays Sara Lance on the show, to talk about the team’s reaction to Snart’s return.
Check it out in the video below:
Here’s what Lotz had to say about Snart’s return:
“Well, he’s not necessarily the same Captain Cold we remember, but it is good to have him back, and I love me some Wentworth Miller, so…”
She also revealed that the relationship that developed between Sara and Snart in Season 1 won’t necessarily factor into this season:
“I think that might have to wait for another season, but I really liked… what did they call it, ‘Captain Canary?’ That was the ship name. But I really did like their relationship and connection, so I’d love to get to be able to see some more of that.”
“Fellowship of the Spear” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, V) (HDTV)
IT’S WAR — The Legends must devise a plan to retrieve the last remaining fragments of the Spear of Destiny from the Legion of Doom. They find themselves in France at the height of World War I faced with the knowledge that they must destroy the mystical object. They enlist the help of a soldier by the name of John Ronald Reuel Tolkin (guest star Jack Turner) and find that the Spear is leading them into the heart of the war. Meanwhile, the team must all resist the temptation of the Spear, and the return of a former teammate. Victor Garber, Brandon Routh, Arthur Darvill, Caity Lotz, Dominic Purcell, Franz Drameh, Nick Zano and Maisie Richardson-Sellers. Ben Bray directed the episode written by Keto Shimizu & Matthew Maala (#215). Original airdate 3/21/2017.”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow airs Tuesday nights at 9/8c on The CW following The Flash. Make sure to check back at Heroic Hollywood after every single episode of Season 2 for our weekly reviews.
Source: Access Hollywood
10 Deadliest Super Villain Groups In Comic Books
Everyone loves the hero, but the super villain gets to have all the fun. The Justice League and Avengers are great, but their foes are just as powerful. And, unlike their heroic counter parts, the villains have no problem being deadly on the battlefield.
Some villains are scary enough on their own (I’m looking at you Joker) but sometimes they need to team up to be able to meet their goal. Two heads are always better than one, even if their evil heads, and ten evil heads is even better. At the end of the day there are very few villains who can take down a full team of superheroes by themselves. It falls to super villains to come together and start alliances to earn any of the respect they so badly want.
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