Wentworth attended at TrevorLIVE Los Angeles at Hollywood Palladium on December 7 in Los Angeles. Huge thansk to Mouza for most of the HQ pictures.
– Events TrevorLIVE LA > December 7 2014
Today I have added the last part of missing captures from Prison Break Season 1.
– Prison Break Last uploads
Added HD screencaptures from last night episode.
– Screen Captures 1×04 > Going Rogue
A big new villain makes his debut on The Flash this week, as Wentworth Miller makes his debut as DC Comics villain Leonard Snart, AKA Captain Cold. Cold will be an ongoing threat this season, with Miller appearing in a recurring status, beginning with this week’s episode, “Going Rogue.”
Speaking about the dynamic between hero and villain, Grant Gustin (“Barry Allen” / “The Flash”) told a group of visiting journalists, “It’s not fun for Barry like I think it’s fun for Snart. And that’s the whole thing that’s driving him, is like, ‘Oh, what’s this new challenge?’ It’s kind of reenergizing I think, trying to take his game to the next level, but for Barry it’s kind of a pain in he ass. It’s like this guy won’t go away. And there’s bigger things that Barry’s trying to focus on and it’s hard to focus on everything at once.”
During the same recent set visit, we also spoke to Miller, as he took a break from filming a big confrontation scene between The Flash, Captain Cold — who has no powers in this incarnation, but does have a very powerful gun — and his associate Heat Wave (Miller’s Prison Break co-star Dominic Purcell, who will be introduced later this season). Miller discussed taking on the role and returning to TV in an ongoing capacity for the first time since Prison Break ended, after which he transitioned into screenwriting with Stoker and other upcoming film projects. Continue reading
Prison Break’s Wentworth Miller plays one of The Flash’s deadliest rogues – Leonard Snart, a.k.a. Captain Cold – on tonight’s episode of The Flash, airing at 8PM on The CW. The hour also features a guest appearance by Arrow’s Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak.
“I had not heard of Captain Cold before, but I had heard of Greg Berlanti, had a lot of respect for what he’s achieved in this business, so I came in to meet with him and liked what I heard,” Miller says of his Flash origin story. Miller also relates how he saw the pilot – which he thought was “really strong” – and knew that The Flash was something he wanted to be a part of.
Upon getting the role, Miller Googled some images of Captain Cold, and some he responded to, and some he did not. He chose to take some cues from what the writers had planned. “I got the sense early on that there was a willingness to respect what’s come before, but also an interest in reinventing and giving things a fresh spin, so I thought, let me take the character from the pages of the script, specifically,” Wentworth relates. 250px-Flash182″What I responded to was this very powerful guy, who I think has been at the top of his game for a long time and maybe he’s gotten a little bored, a little complacent and then all of a sudden this extremely worthy adversary shows up and suddenly the game’s interesting again, and I think while he has it out for The Flash, on some level there’s also an appreciate and a certain degree of respect and I like the fact that he’s a villain, but there’s hints that other things are stirring beneath the surface.”
“I like the fact that I’m not strictly evil,” Miller says about his character. “That there are shades of gray, that there are things for me to kind of explore and layer in, that speak to the human side of Snart, because he does have a history and it is complicated and it does speak to who he is now and it’s my hope that given time, we have a chance to explore some of those things.”
Does Miller have advice for his young costars? “I think you have to experience it for yourself,” he says. “It’s impossible to anticipate, and that’s probably different, to a certain degree for everyone, but he’s in for a ride, that’s for sure. But, what I know about Grant [Gustin], and I think this is one of the things that radiates from him on screen in this character, is he’s got this great heart and this innate sense of decency. You believe him as this character, and I think, given the various challenges of a challenging business, that should serve him well.”
The Fastest Man Alive may have met his match.
Prison Break star Wentworth Miller returns to television with a splashy role on The Flash as Leonard Snart, the man who becomes one of Barry Allen’s biggest foes, Captain Cold. Miller, who took a lengthy break from TV after toplining Fox’s Prison Break for four seasons and a TV movie, makes his anticipated debut on Tuesday’s episode, “Going Rogue.” Later in the season, he’ll be reunited with his Prison Break co-star Dominic Purcell, who plays Rogue member Heatwave.
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Miller’s decision to return to the front of the camera after putting on his writer’s hat (2013’s Stoker, 2015’s The Disappointments Room) and starring on the big screen (Resident Evil franchise) was a conscious one; he cited the often “lonely experience” of spending his days alone as a big factor. Ahead of the episode, the 42-year-old actor answered five questions via email for The Hollywood Reporter about his anticipated introduction to Central City. Continue reading
On October 16 Prison Break’s Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell reunited as The Flash villains in downtown Vancouver’s Business District. Check out some pictures in gallery.
– The Flash On the Set > October 16 2014
The Flash (Grant Gustin) stops a robbery but the culprits get away after shooting a guard, and The Flash chooses to save the man instead of following the criminals. Joe (Jesse L. Martin) shows Barry a book of suspects and Barry identifies Leonard Snart (guest star Wentworth Miller, “Prison Break”) as the leader of the group. While investigating the case, Barry gets a surprise visit from an old friend – Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards, “Arrow”), who heard about his new abilities and came to check them out for herself. She joins him at S.T.A.R. Labs to help stop Snart after it’s revealed that Snart his gotten his hands on a stolen “cold gun,” which could kill The Flash. Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) is furious when he finds out that Cisco (Carlos Valdes) built the cold gun without telling anyone and now it’s missing. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) is getting the silent treatment from Joe because of her relationship with Eddie (Rick Cosnett). Finally, The Flash and Captain Cold have an epic confrontation.
Question: Got any new information on Captain Cold’s (Wentworth Miller) role on The Flash, beyond his first episode on Oct. 28? —Andy B
Ausiello:DC Comics’ CCO Geoff Johns says the producers “look at Heat a lot, with [Robert] De Niro” for inspiration on Miller’s villain. “He is this guy who pulls jobs very carefully, and, suddenly, [The Flash turns up] and he has to change his game,” Johns explains. “He has to figure out how to deal with this new threat in Central City to his way of life. It’s all about him evolving and surviving the new world order. Guns aren’t going to do it, so he’s got to have something a little bit stronger.” Adds executive producer Andrew Kreisberg: “He’s not the villain that we see in the comics yet. [But] we’re going to get there.”