A new DC Legends of Tomorrow trailer has been released by CW. It has been designed for the upcoming spin-off of Flash and Arrow. You can check out the Legends of Tomorrow teaser trailer and SuperHeroHype’s Origins and Evolutions: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. When the heroes in the world are not enough, it needs legends.
Time-travelling rogue Rip Hunter has been the future and he desperately wants it to be prevented from ever happening. He is further tasked with assembling a disparate group of heroes and villains in order to confront a threat that is unstoppable in nature. This threat will put the planet at stake along with Time itself.
The ragtag team needs to face a threat that is immortal and powerful like never seen before. The following actors will star in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Victor Garber (“The Flash,” “Alias”), Brandon Routh (“Arrow,” Superman Returns), Arthur Darvill (“Doctor Who”), Caity Lotz (“Arrow”), Ciarra Renee (“Pippin”), and Franz Drameh (Edge of Tomorrow), with Dominic Purcell (“The Flash,” “Prison Break”) and Wentworth Miller (“The Flash,” “Prison Break”).
The new series is based on the characters from DC comics and comes from Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television and Berlanti Productions. The role of executive producer will be served by Greg Berlanti, alongside, Marc Guggenheim (Eli Stone, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters), Andrew Kreisberg (“The Flash,” “Warehouse 13”) and Sarah Schechter (“The Flash,” Pan).
Caity Lotz, a Legends of Tomorrow cast member has revealed a lot of details involving her character Sara Lance along with what viewers can expect from her, in the new show.
There is someone who will facilitate understanding the new and improved Sara and he is the latest joining for Legends of Tomorrow. Ali Liebert has been enlisted for The Arrow and is further known for her roles in Lost Girl and Bomb Girls. She will also play as love interest to White Canary, who was renewed by a Lazarus Pit.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the character of Lindsay Carlisle will be played by Kyle XY and Fringe alum, who is an intelligent and soft spoken lady, serving as the ideal picture of 1950s womanhood. In the beginning, she might seem to be comfortable with the strict morals of time but she hides a dark secret that she is in fact, a lesbian.
She is doomed to suffer in a backwards time in a scared and confused state. She will have to remain in this condition until she falls for a girl from the future, enter Sara Lance. Phil Klemmer, the executive producer, revealed that Sara is not really interested in finding a new love interest due to the thing which she went through in the past.
Phil Klemmer told EW, “At the start of this episode, we find Sara Lance completely out of place, both in time and place, visiting 1958 ‘Pleasantville, America’ – and also out of place emotionally.”
She hasn’t been herself ever since he was resurrected from her death on Arrow. Ever since that, she has been totally incapable of harboring romantic feelings for anyone and at the same time, she’s been consumed by a major desire for bloodshed.
Considering the setting of the 50s, this is probably the last place that Sara should ever expect to find love it appears in the form of a young, closeted nurse. Love works in this manner, you don’t need to search for it, and it finds you ultimately.
Her personality was changed in Arrow Season 4 episode 5, when she got off the Lazarus Pit. Before she left Starling City to look for purpose, her ferrous state was mellowed down. This was made possible with the help of supernatural detective, John Constantine.