Wentworth Miller announced his exit from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. He portrays the role of fan-favorite villain Captain Cold, also known as Leonard Snart. The actor currently filming his last few episodes broke the big news on his Instagram account. Meanwhile, The Flash star Grant Gustin (Barry Allen) expressed his thoughts about Miller’s departure from Arrowverse.
Having worked with Miller, Gustin is hopeful he will return as the iconic Central City villain.
“First of all, I hope he comes back.” Gustin said as quoted by Comicbook. “Because I remember when it was like, they killed off Wentworth a while back when he was a Legend, and then he was back and I worked with him a couple times. So I’ll just keep my fingers crossed that I get to work with him again.”
Also, Gustin is grateful for the opportunity to work alongside Miller. Snart made his first appearance in The Flash Season 1 in an episode titled “Going Rogue.” He will also be seen in the highly anticipated arrowverse crossover “Crisis on Earth X.”
“And also the fans love those two characters together. We always talk about when we act together,” Gustin said about their Flash and Snart’s rivalry and relationship. “We’re like, ‘Man, I love these scenes.’ They’re different than anything else that the two of us do together on our show. There’s all kinds of dynamics there. They started as enemies, and they came to respect each other and I think they came to care about each other even. But there’s trust issues there, probably on both sides. There’s a lot going on. There’s probably more going on with that relationship than almost any other Barry relationship.”
Miller has not yet revealed the reason for his exit. However, he expressed his gratitude and feelings about being the part of the series. Scroll down to view the post.
The Flash Season 4 and Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 airs Tuesdays on The CW. Keep visiting Pursue News for more information and updates.
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