The 41st Annual Saturn Awards Nominations

Best Guest Performance in a Television Series:

Dominic Cooper Agent Carter
Neil Patrick Harris American Horror Story: Freak Show
John Larroquette The Librarians
Wentworth Miller The Flash
Michael Pitt Hannibal
Andrew J. West The Walking Dead

The winners will be announced at the 41st Annual Saturn Awards Ceremony on June 25, 2015

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The CW eyes Arrow-Flash spin-off with superhero team-up

It sounds like the the powers that be behind The Flash and Arrow are creating their own Justice League.

EW has confirmed that The CW and Warner Bros. are developing a potential spin-off that would include various secondary Flash and Arrow heroes and villains, including Ray Palmer/The Atom (Brandon Routh), Leonard Snart/Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Martin Stein/Firestorm (Victor Garber). According to Deadline.com, which first reported the news, the project would also include three major DC Comics character that have never been on TV before.

Arrow alum Caity Lotz would also appear on the potential new series, though it’s unclear whether she’ll be playing a new role since her character died earlier this season.

One would also be remiss not to point out that Garber’s character is only one half of Firestorm, so it would seem likely that Robbie Amell, who portrays the other half, Ronnie Raymond, might also play a role, though there’s no official word.

The project hails from Arrow and Flash executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti, as well as Arrow boss Marc Guggenheim and Sarah Schechter, who is working with Kreisberg, Berlanti and Ali Adler on Supergirl.

The new super drama, which is not part of the current pilot season, was first mentioned by CW president Mark Pedowitz at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour in January.

Source: http://www.ew.com/

Wentworth Miller Attends First Movie Premiere in Four Years

Still just as handsome as ever! Wentworth Miller was a welcome sight at a screening of his new movie, The Loft, on Jan. 27 — his first film premiere in more than four years.

Dressed casually in a gray shirt, green jacket, and dark jeans, the 42-year-old Prison Break alum posed with costars including Eric Stonestreet, Isabel Lucas, and James Marsden. The screening was held at the Directors Guild of America in L.A.

Miller has been scarce on the red carpet since the end of his Fox show in 2009. He suited up for an appearance at The Trevor Project’s TrevorLive event in L.A. last December, but his most recent film engagement prior to The Loft was in September 2010, when he attended the world premiere of Resident Evil: Afterlife in Tokyo, Japan.

Since then, the hunky actor has been laying low — although he did resurface in the news in August 2013, when he came out as gay in a letter to the organizers of the St. Petersburg International Film Festival, telling them he could not “in good conscience” attend an event in a country where anti-LGBT legislation denied people “their basic right to live and love openly.”

Career-wise, Miller has devoted much of his time to writing. He penned 2013’s Stoker, which starred Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska, and the upcoming film The Disappointments Room, starring Kate Beckinsale and Lucas Till.

Recently, he made his return to television as Captain Cold on The CW’s The Flash. “I’d been writing for a few years and it was a lonely experience,” Miller told The Hollywood Reporter last October. “Initially I enjoyed sitting at my desk and setting my own hours…But I started missing the community and the connection you find on set.”

He continued: “The cast and crew of The Flash bust hump every week putting together something great. And that creates this really tight, close-knit dynamic. A certain electricity. And I was looking for some of that in my life again.”

Source: http://www.usmagazine.com

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The Loft Premiere

Wentworth attended the screening of Open Road Films’ ‘The Loft’ at Directors Guild Of America on January 27 in Los Angeles.

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Wentworth Miller & Dominic Purcell On Working Together On ‘The Flash’ Hollywood


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On the set of The Flash – Jnauary 19

It looks like that Wentworth will be back on The Flash. Here are some pictures from filming The Flash in New Westminster.

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The Flash recap: ‘Revenge of the Rogues’

It’s been far too long since we last checked in with the Scarlett Speedster, and tonight’s episode is a great way to kick the second half of The Flash’s already exceptional first season. “Revenge of the Rogues” is an exceedingly fun episode that takes a step back from the Reverse Flash mindf— to focus on this season’s other major story arc—the creation of Barry Allen’s Rogues Gallery. However, it is also a momentous one for The Flash: It features the first appearance of Mick Rory, a.k.a. Heat Wave (Prison Break’s Dominic Purcell), The Flash’s first supervillain team-up, and Barry Allen’s first major steps toward becoming the hero that Central City will one day honor with a museum.

Villain of the Week: Mick Rory, a.k.a Heat Wave and Leonard Snart, a.k.a Captain Cold

The last time we saw Team Flash they were licking their wounds from their first encounter with Reverse Flash—who the showrunners and Tom Cavanagh have confirmed is Dr. Harrison Wells. At the top of the hour, the team is back to work and determined to be ready for the next time they go up against the Man in the Yellow Suit. It’s all very “I’ll Make A Man Out of You” as we find Cisco, Caitlin, and Wells helping Barry, who obviously took their defeat the hardest, working his ass off to become as swift—nay, swifter!—than the coursing river the Reverse Flash.

“My name is Barry. I am not the fastest man alive. That title belongs to the man who killed my mother—but not for long.” This must be the show’s shortest opening monologue to date because there’s no time for internal monologuing! Barry Allen isn’t screwing around anymore. Continue reading