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Wentworth Miller Boyfriend or Partner: Is He Married or Single? Posted in Categories Gay Male Celebrities on April 12, 2020 April 12, 2020 by Pimmy Watson. Wentworth Miller Boyfriend Update. We forgot to publish this photo of Wentworth and Luke Macfarlane in our previous post back in 2014. They reportedly dated back in 2007. Wentworth Miller: Career and Net Worth. His net worth is $4 million as of 2019. Miller commenced his career with the debut in 1998 in an American television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He contributed his acting talents for 20 episodes in season 2 of the show. After a year he became part of an American drama series Time of Your Life. Wentworth Miller and his reported boyfriend Luke McFarlane have been spotted spending a romantic day together over the weekend. Aug 28, 2007 AceShowbiz - Wentworth Miller is gay and he's making it ... Wentworth Miller is rumoured to have hooked up with Amie Bice (2007 - 2008).. About. Wentworth Miller is a 48 year old American Actor. Born Wentworth Earl Miller III on 2nd June, 1972 in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire,UK, he is famous for Prison Break. Wentworth Earl Miller III was born on the 2nd of June, 1972, in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. His father Wentworth Earl Miller II was a lawyer and teacher, and his mother, Joy Marie, was a special education teacher. He has two sisters named Leigh and Gillian. For his early education, he was schooled at the Midwood High School, Brooklyn. Wentworth Miller is famous for his role as Michael Scofield in the Fox series, Prison Break. What nationality is Wentworth Miller? Wentworth Miller was born as Wentworth Earl Miller III on 2 June 1972. His birth name is Wentworth Earl Miller III. He was born to American parents, a father, Wentworth E. Miller II and a mother, Roxann Miller in ... Including Wentworth Miller’s current boyfriend, past relationships, pictures together, and dating rumors, this comprehensive dating history tells you everything you need to know about Wentworth Miller’s love life. If you're looking for a particular husband or partner, he's never married! Prison Break actor Wentworth Miller is making headlines lately, not because of his career, but because he's once again using his celebrity for a good cause. Recently subjected to a body-shaming ... Wentworth Miller had at least 5 relationship in the past. How many children does Wentworth Miller have? He has no children. Is Wentworth Miller having any relationship affair? This information is not available. Wentworth Miller Biography. Wentworth Miller was born on a Friday, June 2, 1972 in Chipping Norton, England. Wentworth Miller is best recognized as the TV character who tried to break out from behind bars in the Fox TV series Prison Break. The actor, model, screenwriter, and producer, rose to prominence following his character as Michael Scofield in the miniseries. From odd jobs to minor roles, to his breakout role and most laudable works yet, here is ...
2020.06.15 17:18 xrumixCasting Question
I just started watching Legends of Tomorrow and cannot help but question how did Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell end up playing 2 partners with many shared scenes. Was this supposed to happen at casting or it was just a coincidence?
2019.01.31 18:44 ZanyDelaneyThe Sydney cliff murders of gay men [Unresolved Crime]
In the 1970s and the 1980s, up to twelve men died at or disappeared from cliffs around Sydney. At the time some were judged as suicides or accidents. It is now believed gay bashers were responsible for throwing men from the top of cliffs. Many of the clifftop areas operated as a gay beat (outdoor cruising area) and the men disappeared while walking those areas alone at night. There were several other bashing deaths at other beats: often public toilets in parks. In recent years, New South Wales police have been re-examining 88 crimes from 1970s, 80s and 90s, to assess how many might fit the gay-hate category, and if a homophobic police culture may have hindered the original investigations. The 88 crimes do not all involve beats or cliffs, but most have victims who were gay men or men possibly mistaken for being gay. The crimes occurred in different areas of the state of New South Wales, but mostly in Sydney. Of these 88 crimes under review, 23 are unsolved. The cliff deaths and disappearances are included in the police review. Three of the highest profile cases are those of Gilles Mattaini, Ross Warren, John Russell. They were gay men who were found dead at, or disappeared from, the cliff top beat at Marks Park, Tamarama [map] at night. Mattaini went missing in September 1985, Warren went missing in July 1989, and Russell died in November 1989. Scott Johnson's death in December 1988 at a cliff in North Head [map] near Manly has also attracted a lot of publicity in recent years. These cases seem very similar but were not linked to each other or attributed to gay bashers at the time. Some were judged as suicides or accidental falls. Sydney's many cliffs are well known suicide locations. Also, Mattaini was not reported missing until 2002. Police took just four days to conclude Warren fell accidentally into the sea. The Coroner later called that investigation "grossly inadequate and shameful" and concluded Warren was murdered and police now call it a "probable gay-hate crime". The family of Simon Blair Wark who apparently died after falling from a different cliff, believe police too-quickly dismissed the death as a suicide. The family of Scott Johnson reject police claims he probably committed suicide. Buried in the review is the case of William Rooney, who was bashed to death in a lane in Wollongong in 1986. The investigation into Rooney's death seems to have been a perfunctory one, and it remains unsolved. Rooney might have been attacked by a serial rapist who operated in Wollongong in the late 1980s. Someone was convicted of similar crimes at the time, but no one was ever charged for the attack on Rooney. The cliff deaths/disappearances
David Williams whose naked body was found in the Manly cliff area in 1979, according to friends, although there is no coronial record of his death. His clothes were left neatly folded, according to the former police gay liaison co-ordinator Sue Thompson
Peter Sheil whose body was found - with the fly of his trousers undone - at the base of small cliff at Sydney's Gordons Bay [map] in April 1983. He wasn't gay, and had a mental illness. His family believes he might have been mistaken for being gay and was attacked by gay bashers as he walked home through a gay beat: He wasn't gay, but could Peter have been a gay-hate victim?
Gilles Mattaini who went missing in September 1985. He was last seen walking on the coastal path that follows the cliffs between Bondi and Tamarama
Scott Johnson who fell to his death near Bluefish Point at North Head [map], near Manly. His body was found, naked, on the rocks in December 1988. The original coroner agreed with police and ruled it was a suicide. Johnson's partner reported Scott telling him, about five years earlier, that he had contemplated jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge when he mistakenly feared he was at risk of contracting HIV from a casual sexual encounter. But the boyfriend, at the time Scott died, did not believe he had any reason to kill himself. Nor did the Johnson family. Steve Johnson says there is ample evidence of gay-bashing gangs around Manly and the northern beaches at the time.
Television newsreader Ross Warren who vanished from the Marks Park gay beat at Tamarama in July 1989. Police took four days to conclude Warren accidentally fell into the sea. His body was never recovered
Graham Paynter's body was found on the rocks beneath a 50-metre cliff at Tathra Beach [map] on the New South Wales far south coast in October 1989. Police say Paynter had been drinking heavily with a friend on the day before his body was found. He had been arrested that day for stealing a bottle of rum from a liquor store. Tathra Beach is 451 kilometres from Sydney
gay barman John Russell was found at the base of a cliff on the Bondi side of Marks Park in November 1989. He had a high concentration of alcohol in his blood and police concluded he fell accidentally
Simon Blair Wark was found dead in Sydney Harbour in January 1990. He was a gay man and had taken anti-depressants. Some of Blair's clothing and possessions were found at The Gap, a cliff on Sydney Harbour's South Head [map]. The Gap is an infamous suicide spot. Blair's father informed the coroner that his son had said someone was trying to kill him. Blair's family believe police too-quickly dismissed the death as a suicide, ignoring compelling reasons to investigate it as a potential murder.
There are also a couple of cliff deaths included in the review, that seem more like suicides:
Mark Spanswick was found on rocks at the north end of North Head at Manly in 1976. He had left Australia to join the navy in Auckland, New Zealand, for a short time before he deserted in 1974 - after bullying, according to a family member. Mark Spanswick booked into a Sydney hotel on May 9, 1976, and out on May 11, the day his body was discovered. His father told the coroner Mark was "disenchanted with his life" and that he was familiar with Manly's Fairy Bower area, where the family had holidayed. The family member who contacted Johnson was inclined to believe it was suicide or an accident. The coroner agreed. He made an open finding, satisfied it was not foul play but unable to determine whether it was an accidental fall or suicide. Police now say: "There is no indication the deceased was gay and nothing located in the case file that this matter was a gay-hate motivated crime. Probable misadventure/suicide."
Paul Rath, was found dead in June 1977. A fisherman found his body at the base of a 50-metre cliff, wedged between rocks and in a sitting position, near the Fairy Bower [map] at Manly. Rath's trousers were down, almost around his knees. The young local had been a devout Catholic who worked as a catechist at public schools. A police officer would find Rath's rosary beads near the body, and his father would tell the coroner that Paul liked to go to the cliffs to pray and calm his nerves. Paul had a nervous breakdown as a teenager. He was on medication for his nerves and this affected his balance, so his parents believed he fell accidentally.
Crimes in other locations
Alan Edge who was strangled in his Newcastle flat in October 1977. Newcastle is 163 kilometres north of Sydney
Richard Slater, who was not known to be gay, died after being bashed and robbed at a gay beat in Newcastle West (163 kilometres north of Sydney) in December 1980
Gerald Cuthbert was stabbed 64 times at his friend's Paddington apartment in October 1981. Police say he was known to have "multiple short-term sexual partners" and conclude "there is no evidence that the offence is a gay-hate motivated crime"
William Rooney was bashed to death in a lane in Wollongong (118 kilometres south of Sydney) in 1986. In the review this unsolved case seems to have been treated in a perfunctory way by police due to a mix-up the spelling of his surname. At the time of the crime his partner Wayne Davis learned of it by seeing the injured Rooney being taken away in an ambulance on a TV news report. Davis says that the police response was generally unsympathetic, as if Rooney's death didn't matter because he was gay. Davis was briefly suspected of the crime, but later a detective suggested Rooney fell down a flight of stairs leading to the lane. The extreme nature of the injuries did not suggest an accidental fall and the coroner made an open finding. Some detectives did not believe there was a fall. Some people suspected Rooney was attacked by a serial attackerapist operating in the Wollongong area. There is a long section on William Rooney and the Wollongong crimes against gay men, on the SBS Gay Hate Decades site, and here is an SBS news article on the William Rooney case
Raymond Keam was killed in Alison Park, a gay beat at Randwick, in 1987
William Allen died after being bashed near the gay-beat toilets in Alexandria Park, Alexandria, in 1988
John Hughes, believed to be gay, was violently bashed and strangled in his apartment in Potts Point in May 1989. His flatmate was acquitted of the murder
William Dutfield was found in his Mosman apartment in November 1991, bashed to death with a metal tape dispenser. Police now say the main suspect was known to police - and to Dutfield
Cyril Olsen was bashed then fell (missing his trousers and shoes) from Rushcutters Bay marina [map] in 1992. Police immediately identified it as a gay bashing and advised the inquest that such an attack preceded Olsen falling into the harbour and drowning. The coroner, however, concluded Olsen drowned after an accidental fall
Kenneth Brennan was found stabbed to death in a "security unit" (presumably an apartment in a building with a security entrance) at Elizabeth Bay in June 1995. Brennan was last seen alive around 10 pm the previous night at the King Steam Sauna on Oxford Street. Police say "there is evidence that he was involved in a sexual encounter shortly before or at the time he was killed"
Scott Miller's body was found at the base of a "drop" at Millers Point [map] on Sunday 2 March 1997, the day after he watched the Gay Mardi Gras parade with friends. Police say there was evidence he was intoxicated and that he was robbed. He was not gay but might have been mistaken for being gay by a gang prowling in the aftermath of Mardi Gras, though Millers Point isn't a gay area or a beat.
David Rose was found bashed to death in a Kensington apartment in December 1997. Nobody was charged but police believe the main suspect was known to Rose
The New South Wales crimes are listed on the SBS Gay Hate Decades site which includes a synopsis of each crime, a pointer on the map to where it occurred, and an overview of the police review.
This police review was posted to UnresolvedMysteries/ in December 2018, but many commenters seemed to assume that between 30 and 90 men might have been been thrown from a cliff at Bondi Beach. BBC news article Scott Johnson death: It's 'inconceivable' my brother killed himself says "It's now estimated up to 80 gay men were murdered by homophobic gangs in and around Sydney in the late eighties - with many pushed off cliffs." This wording is also a bit misleading. The crimes involve a range of locations and not all happened at gay beats. There are about 12 cases where men died or disappeared from various cliffs around Sydney. While over 80 crimes were included in the review, many don't seem to have been done by a gang of gay bashers. One unsolved case included in the review, that of Andrew Currie, appeared to be a drug overdose in a park, and Currie was not gay. The death of Samantha Raye, while included in the review, is seen as a likely suicide. Many of the crimes are solved and some are known to not be perpetrated by gay bashers but by people known to the victim who had specific motives. But various crimes at beats do remain unsolved. This includes several well publicised cliff deaths, and the murder of William Rooney.
2018.04.15 18:42 TheAwkwardBrownGuyI have a new celebrity person-crush... Rose Namajunas
I have a new person-crush. I'm calling it a person crush as saying "woman-crush" or "girl-crush" suggests more of a physical attraction, rather than a more whole attraction on the person. The last time I resonate with someone like this, it was with Prison Break lead Wentworth Miller (Michael Schofield was his character name). I got into watching boxing/UFC about a year ago now. I've found combat sports increasingly intriguing, despite really disliking/flinching/cringing when I saw any physical fighting (on tv/in real life) when I was younger. I had some anger coming up during therapy (possibly during a bout of hypermania - I suspect I maybe on the bipolar scale), and got a little obsessed with Floyd Mayweather and his story. I got caught up in the whole Mayweather-McGregor hype (I also find the latter's story incredible) and even went out to Vegas, alone, for fight week. Anyhow, in the UFC I got wind of this Namajunas vs Joanna fight. It was part 2, with Namajunas causing an upset by beating the undefeated Joanna for the belt. Since recording the fight (it was on in the early hours in the UK) and watching it the next day, and catching some of the pre-fight interviews/banter between the fighters, there was this energy about Rose Namajunas. With both fights, whilst Joanna is known for being brash and outgoing and trying to intimidate her opponents before fights, Rose Namajunas stayed focused and grounded. She even recited the Lord's Prayer during their weigh-in face-off. I recently finished listening to her & coach/partner Pat Barry's podcast interviews with Joe Rogan - you can the audio on Joe Rogan's podcast, or audio & video here: https://youtu.be/FoyodyNJxhA She's 25 years old and there's a bunch of stuff about her that resonates. I'd be intrigued to know what MB-type she is! That's all I wanted to say. 'Thug' Rose Namajunas, you're badass.
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2017.12.07 03:25 fapcitybish[Future Discussion] What would you like to be Arrow's successor/replacement?
If things don't go reaaaally well tomorrow night, I think I'm probably gonna skip out on the rest of the season and I'd honestly be surprised if they got more than one more season. Not to mention a big shake up to the Arrowverse with Kreisberg being gone now, it's possible Arrow may just end this season to make up for the Arrowverse as a whole losing a big part of what held it together (even if he was a garbage human being). To be honest, I've given up on Arrow. I've had so much hope for it even with its past mistakes, ideas to make it better, etc but I just don't see it ever getting better again so my hope has moved on to the future of the Arrowverse as a whole. My question is, what would you all like to see replace Arrow? For me, the ideal replacement would be something that expands upon Arrow's grittier tone. One of the best parts of the crossovers is seeing all of the shows with their different themes and tones collide, from Arrow's grittiness to LoT's craziness, to Flash's focus on friendship and Supergirl's focus on hope, it's great to see it all merge together, so I think it's important to keep the darker tone of Arrow in whichever show replaces it. Some ideas...
Red Hood & The Outlaws - This would be a great replacement because it would open the door for Colton Haynes and maybe even Willa Holland to continue on as a part of the Arrowverse, keep the darkness and violence of Arrow, and an opportunity to continue expanding the world of Arrow. Jason Todd could be featured with either plentiful or minimal references to Batman, there'd be opportunity for alien elements (Starfire or Bizarro) or an entirely new take on the Outlaws in much the same way that it went from the typical Arsenal/Starfire duo to Bizarro/Artemis. They could feature anyone they feel is worth exploring in the DC universe. It also opens the door for very brutal and deadly fight scenes that we don't see very often in any of the Arrowverse shows since RH&TO don't have the aversion to or reprehension about killing like everyone else including Oliver has.
Birds Of Prey - This is my second most wished for successor to Arrow, because I'd love to see all of the characters return and play off of each other in ways the haven't really had the opportunity to. Dinah, E2 Laurel, Helena for starters, with the possibility of Sara, Nyssa, Talia, Thea, or introducing characters like Lady Shiva. If Thea were incorporated that would open the door to Colton Haynes appearances as Roy (it'd be nice for Sin to have a big role too if Sara was around), and taking Sara off of LoT to head the Birds Of Prey would create an interesting dynamic for LoT as well, opening up more room for new Legends to join the Waverider. Also, with Sara and Thea both having been resurrected in the Lazarus Pits and the potential of featuring Nyssa, Talia, and Lady Shiva, the show could take on the mysticism of the Arrowverse as well. That would give the four main shows each their own specialty, with BoP being mysticism/magic, Flash being metahumans/science, Supergirl being aliens/space, and Legends being time travel with a dash of everything else.
Haircut & The Firemen (working title) - Not gritty like I mentioned I'd prefer, but a fun idea nonetheless, this would feature Ray Palmer, Mick Rory, Jefferson Jackson, and potentially a partner for Jax in Firestorm. I don't know why exactly they'd leave the waverider but it'd be a quirky and interesting trio/quartet to say the least. Alternatively, it could be Haircut & The Rogues, where Ray and Mick leave the ship and Mick somehow ropes Ray into joining the Rogues but Ray somehow convinces them to use their skills for good. It would definitely feature Ray, Mick, Lisa Snart, Hartley Rathaway, and Trickster (preferably Mark Hamill's, but more realistically the younger one). It'd be an interesting dynamic all around to see clean cut Ray around a bunch of lunatics and not-so-evil Mick try to pretend he's not a good guy while also trying to convince a bunch of lunatics to be good guys. It'd also be nice to see The Rogues do something since The Flash isn't really using them even though they have a lot of potential, and it leaves the door open to more Wentworth Miller appearances if he so chooses in the future.
Arrow Beyond - Just what it sounds like. Preferably with William having grown up to take on the mantle of Green Arrow, or maybe Oliver has a different son named Connor Hawke, or maybe Terry McGuiness meets an old Oliver Queen instead of an old Bruce Wayne. I don't really care, I just think it'd be super interesting to see a dark and gritty show set in future Star City featuring a Green Arrow + even more gadgets, + some cool CGI, and most importantly - 1 Felicity. Have it be set far enough in the future for old man Oliver to show up once in a while, give the whole Green Arrow/Black Canary thing another try, but most importantly keep Guggie away at all costs keep the tone consistent. Something that's killed Arrow is switching from the grounded season 1, to okay now there's ninjas and super soldiers season 2, to immortal dude and his merry band of ninjas and mystical pits and a dude in a mech suit for season 3, to start off lighthearted but then kill off a beloved character and have the bad guy be a magical lunatic oh and have Constantine show up in one ep to drag someone's soul out of hell season 4, to grounded-ish season 5 while still featuring elements of all seasons, to grounded-ish season 6 with lots of boring ass drama. Arrow Beyond would start off and stay with all of those things being a part of the extended universe, while simultaneously being able to carve out it's niche of "gritty cyberpunk-ish future world". Plus, we'd be able to see more of the comic type stuff like boxing glove arrows, shock arrows, grapple hook arrows, etc without it seeming out of place and jarring like it does now on rare occasions when stuff like that show up. Plus, things like a fishnet Black Canary suit (just for example) would make sense in the world because today it would be weird but who's to say there won't be kevlar fishnet body armor 20-60 years in the future? Another thing worth mentioning would be the interesting crossovers. What if Stephen Amell still showed up for future crossovers but the new GA Beyond shows up too, and that creates a whole new dynamic as well? It's perhaps not the most realistic idea on here but I think it would be the most interesting and open up the most possibilities for the future. It'd still give us our Green Arrow, but only with a new twist and hopefully a better go of things this time around.
Leonard Snart will soon return in the flesh to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, but this is a very different Captain Cold than fans remember. After sacrificing himself in season 1 to destroy the Time Council and save the Legends, Snart (Wentworth Miller) is slated to join Reverse-Flash (Matt Letscher), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), and Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) in the Legion of Doom — and not just as a vision in Mick’s (Dominic Purcell) head. How? Well, it is a time travel show, and it sounds like the Legion may be scooping up Snart from an earlier time. “My sense is that if Snart comes back into the storyline via his present day incarnation, then he’s a straight up villain,” Miller tells EW — the actor was on hand at the Television Critics Association’s press tour Wednesday to promote the return of Prison Break. “He hasn’t gone on that first season Legends of Tomorrow journey yet, so when we meet him again — quote unquote alive in 2017 — I imagine that he’s going to be much like when we first met him the first season on The Flash, which I’m looking forward to, because it means I get to arc to a completely different place.” In what could be a reversal of the first season, in which Mick wasn’t pleased with Snart’s heroic leanings, Cold seeing his former partner in crime working alongside a group of heroes should provide some tension between the pair. “I think he’d be disappointed,” Miller says. “I also think some of that disappointment would steam from being triggered by watching his former buddy, a hard criminal, show a softer, more heroic side, because that might mean to Snart that he, too, is capable of showing a softer, more heroic side. I’m looking forward to their interaction for sure.” But Snart didn’t just leave Heat Wave behind when he died. In the moments before his sacrifice, Cold and Sara (Caity Lotz) shared a smooch. “I’m also looking forward very much to whatever the writers have in store as far as Snart as White Canary,” Miller says. “There was a kiss, remembered by White Canary, but not Snart.” As for the Legion of Doom, Miller admits he doesn’t know much about the villainous quartet, but doesn’t believe Snart will work well with others since Cold has always been a leader type. “What I can tell you is that Snart is not used to taking orders,” Miller says. “He’s not a team player. That was certainly his story the first season on Legends, so I expect fireworks. I look forward to it.” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.
WENTWORTH MILLER RETURNS AS CAPTAIN COLD; MIRROR MASTER AND THE TOP BATTLE WITH THE FLASH — Barry (Grant Gustin) continues to train Jesse (guest star Violett Beane) and when a new meta human, Mirror Master (guest star Grey Damon), appears on the scene he lets her tag along. Mirror Master has teamed up with his old partner, Top (guest star Ashley Rickards), and is looking for Snart (Wentworth Miller) to even a score. Jesse is quick to join the chase but defies one of Barry’s orders which results in disastrous consequences. Stefan Pleszczynski directed the episode written by Benjamin Raab & Deric A. Hughes (#304) Original airdate 10/25/2016.
2016.01.01 21:16 thoughts-from-alexLegends of Tomorrow Premiere Episode Gets an Official Synopsis
In the year 2166, the immortal villain Vandal Savage (Casper Crump) is on the verge of his final victory – total chaos and the utter destruction of humanity. As the world crumbles, the Time Master Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) takes matters into his own hands; he travels 150 years into the past to assemble a carefully selected team of heroes and rogues to stop him. Hunter has chosen what seems like an ill-matched group: billionaire inventor Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), who has created an exo-suit with the power to shrink him to miniscule size, as the Atom; Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), the White Canary, a trained assassin; Professor Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Jefferson “Jax” Jackson (Franz Drameh), who together form the meta-human Firestorm; Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller), known as Captain Cold, and his partner Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell), AKA Heat Wave, a pair of career criminals; and Kendra Saunders (Ciara Renée) and Carter Hall (Falk Hentschel) AKA Hawkgirl and Hawkman. Together this unlikely group will attempt to stop one of the most formidable villains of all time, while they must learn how to not only be a team, but heroes as well.
2015.11.09 00:31 DCMarvelFanGuyList your top five favorite Flash villians from the show so far!
Title says it all! You can even go in detail about why said villian is your number one, two, three etc. I won't be listing Zoom because we don't know enough about him, I have a feeling he'll make the list by the end of the season though! He has a great presence so far. THERE WILL BE SPOILERS!!!!!
Captain Cold- Leonard Snart represents the average or even above average criminal having to contend in a world full of superpowers. He's not a metahuman, so he can't rely on raw power. When the Flash comes on the scene Snart realizes that he "needs to slow him down!" Enter the cold gun: kryptonite for speedsters. Cold has slowly been assembling a new kind of crew and devolping his moral code along with a mutual respect for the Flash during their encounters. Him learning Barry's secret just made it more interesting! Anyone else would try to ruin Barry's life right away, but Snart is reasonable and he and Barry come to make an uneasy deal instead. Wentworth Miller walks a great line between serious and cheesy! He pulls it off so well!
Reverse Flash- Eobard Thawne is Barry's greatest nightmare! He's been haunting Barry all his life! He murdered his mother and pretended to be his mentor and friend for the longest time! As Harrison Wells, Eobard was trying his best to adjust to the 21st century while his plan unfolded. He's no longer as obsessed with killing his hated enemy, The Flash! Instead, he simply wants to return home! He's a fascinating villian expertly played by Tom Cavanagh and Matt Latscher! Hopefully we will learn why he hated Barry so much later on!
Trickster (James Jesse)- The first costumed character in the Flash and Arrow universe! James Jesse is a ruthless terrorist and criminal mastermind! He's a genius but is unpredictible! A formidable foe for the Flash! Mark Hamill brings his A-Game as he steps back into the shoes of James Jesse!
Weather Wizard (Mark Mardon)- Mark Mardon is one of the most powerful metahumans on the show! Controlling the weather is a pretty serious power! He also has a grudge! His brother and partner in crime, Clyde Mardon is killed by Joe West in the Pilot! Mark vows revenge and makes things personal with Joe West! I'm excited to see Patty confront him since Mark killed her father! A very "raw power" kind of villian that is capable of so much damage! Liam Mcintyre plays the thug with a god complex perfectly!
Pied Piper- Hartley Rathaway was Dr. Well's most favored! A very bright man that was kicked out by his old money/ old values family simply because he was homosexual! Hartley found a new family in Star Labs and Dr. Wells! Hartley felt betrayed when he was fired simply because he pointed out a flaw in the accelerator! He was proven right (Eobard obviously knew it) and paid the price for his silence! Hartley was given super hearing, but it's so painful he needs specialized hearing aids to keep his hearing in check! He devoleped Sonic weaponary to attack Wells! Not physically, but emontionally! Hartley has deduced that the Flash is now Well's favorite and he plans on punishing Wells and his betrayal by killing the Flash! I hope to see Hartley again this season since he's still at large. I would like to see his reaction to Earth 2 Wells! Piper is played amazingly by Andy Mientus, who plays him with the right balance of sympathetic and menacing.
Honorable mentions: Grodd, Heat Wave, Golden Glider and Lewis Snart!
2015.03.23 19:35 walterpinkman45(Spoilers inside) I love the pace of the show and the way they do things
So, most of us know about what goes on in the comics and basically who's who. With that knowledge, we can almost guess and figure out who the villains are and what to expect from most characters. This show does a great job at the reveals and development of the characters. Plus, I love the action and special effects in the show. It's all done so well. I like how they're revealing so many villains and other characters in the first season. I think it's setting a tone for the whole series. It makes me so excited for the future. It all started in the pilot. The murder of Nora Allen, and the arresting of Henry Allen for the murder. Then, Barry Allen gets struck by lightning, and doused in chemicals. This makes him The Flash. That was very well done. These are some of the most iconic events in Barry's life and it was all done well. The hints/Easter eggs in the show are awesome: "Flash vanishes in Crisis" now that's a huge Easter egg to Crisis on Infinite Earths. Caitlin Snow: "Me and Ronnie are like fire & ice." Subtle nod to Caitlin possibly becoming Killer Frost, and Ronnie being Firestorm. Cisco Ramon: "I'm good with vibrations too." Subtle nod to Cisco possibly becoming Vibe. Harrison Wells always referencing things to being "out of his time" was big foreshadowing to him being Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash. Captain Singh being hit by Weather Wizard's lightning and being paralyzed from the waste down. This one isn't as accurate, but it could be a Easter egg to what happened to Hunter Zoloman. Wally West's Reverse Flash. Now, let's discuss the relationships. In the comics, Iris West and Barry Allen are together and eventually get married. In the show, Iris is with Eddie, but in the most recent episode, Barry and Iris confess their love to each other. Too bad that it was wiped away by time travel. In the comics, Wally West and Linda Park are together and eventually get married. Wally has yet to be on the show, if he even makes it on. The show's version of Barry Allen may just be a mix of Barry and Wally. The villains, we all love the villains: Reverse Flash/Eobard Thawne is the most iconic villain in Barry Allen's life. He is responsible for killing Barry's mother, and in the show, is basically hiding in plain site. We all had our suspicions of Harrison Wells being Thawne, but the reveal and killing Cisco was probably one of the best scenes this show has done so far. Tom Cavanagh has done an AMAZING job in portraying Wells/Thawne. Gorilla Grodd is a freakin' genius gorilla. Come on now. The comic version of Grodd is awesome. I can't wait to see how he's going to play a bigger role on the show. Captain Cold/Leonard Snart is a member of The Rogues. Wentworth Miller has been doing a great job in portraying Cold. It's only been a couple episodes, but he's been great. To me, Captain Cold is the most interesting Rogue. He's the "leader" and I can't wait for them all to be together. Heatwave/Mick Rory is another member of The Rogues. Dominic Purcell was the best choice to be our favorite hot head. It'll be interesting to see him interact with the rest of the Rogues when they finally get together. Pied PipeHartley Rathaway was a member of The Rogues in the comics, and I wonder if he will be in the show. First gay character made him pretty interesting in the comics, but he was still a badass. Since he got away on the show, I've been waiting for him to pop back up and fuck some shit up. PURE SPECULATIONCobalt Blue/Eddie(Malcolm) Thawne is one of my favorite villains. We don't know what Eddie's real identity is yet, but if he does become Cobalt Blue I'll be so damn pumped. Malcolm Thawne is also very iconic in Barry's life and for future Flashes. I'd love to see him. Let's get to our little team and associates: Cisco Ramon is my favorite partner of Barry's. His comedy and badassery make me love that guy. I really hope he gets to become Vibe and him and Barry can go out and fight crime together! Caitlin Snow is great compliment to Arrow's Felicity Smoak. She's beautiful, smart, and is a very grounded character. I'm kind of up in the air in hoping she becomes Killer Frost. In the comics, she was a villain, but who knows where the show will take her. Firestorm/Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein is just awesome. Flaming head and hands AND can fly! Badass. I loved the episodes that had him in it because it was interesting to see the interaction between Ronnie and Stein. (Green) Arrow/Oliver Queen is one of my favorite characters in the DC Universe. If you watch Arrow, I don't even need an explanation for him. Sorry for the long ass post, but I just wanted to show my appreciation for the writers and producers of this show. Plus, the actors and actresses have done an amazing job with their characters. Let's have an amazing rest of season!
2014.12.31 20:08 Pepsiguy2Revenge of The Rogues Description
WENTWORTH MILLER AND DOMINIC PURCELL (“PRISON BREAK”) TEAM UP AGAIN AS CAPTAIN COLD AND HEAT WAVE CHALLENGE THE FLASH TO AN EPIC BATTLE — Leonard Snart AKA Captain Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller) returns to Central City with a new hotheaded partner in tow – Mick Rory AKA Heat Wave (guest star Dominic Purcell). The duo plan to steal a multi-million dollar painting, but Cold has another agenda while in town – to set a trap for The Flash. Snart and Mick kidnap someone close to The Flash and threaten to kill them unless The Flash shows up for a battle of fire and ice. Barry tells Joe (Jesse L. Martin) he isn’t sure he should take on Snart again after the casualties that happened the last time they fought. Meanwhile, Barry asks Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh), Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) to help him double his training efforts so he’s ready for the Reverse Flash when he returns to Central City. Iris (Candice Patton) deals with the aftermath of Barry’s confession, and Cisco makes the CCPD a new shield. Nick Copus directed the episode written by Geoff Johns & Kai Yu Wu (#110). Original airdate 1/20/2015.
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