Legends of Tomorrow’s Wentworth Miller is leaving the Arrowverse

Wentworth Miller has announced his departure from the Arrowverse after nearly 5 years of playing the character, Captain Cold, throughout The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Captain Cold has long been a favorite on the series and earned a spot on Legends of Tomorrow where he was partnered with his former Prison Break co-star Dominic Purcell. It can be expected that he may be part of this season’s Arrowverse crossover episode, but he did write this post while filming on the set of Legends of Tomorrow.

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow stars Caity Lotz as Sara Lance/White Canary, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/The Atom, Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory/Heatwave, Franz Drameh as Jefferson “Jax” Jackson/Firestorm, Arthur Darvill as Rip Hunter, and Nick Zano as Nate Heywood/Citizen Steel.

Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 synopsis: “After the defeat of Eobard Thawne and his equally nefarious Legion of Doom, the Legends face a new threat created by their actions at the end of last season. In revisiting a moment in time that they had already participated in, they have essentially fractured the timeline and created anachronisms – a scattering of people, animals, and objects all across time! Our team must find a way to return all the anachronisms to their original timelines before the time stream falls apart. But before our Legends can jump back into action, Rip Hunter and his newly established Time Bureau call their methods into question. With the Time Bureau effectively the new sheriffs in town, the Legends disband – until Mick Rory discovers one of them in the middle of his well-deserved vacation in Aruba. Seeing this as an opportunity to continue their time traveling heroics, Sara wastes no time in getting the Legends back together.

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For as long as he can remember, Robert asked the questions that others wouldn't about love, life, and death which brought about his interest in the human psyche and moral compass, resulting in an infatuation with comics, zombies, and movies leading to a long standing relationship with his imagination.