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On October 16 Prison Break’s Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell reunited as The Flash villains in downtown Vancouver’s Business District. Check out some pictures in gallery.

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– The Flash On the Set > October 16 2014

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The Flash (Grant Gustin) stops a robbery but the culprits get away after shooting a guard, and The Flash chooses to save the man instead of following the criminals. Joe (Jesse L. Martin) shows Barry a book of suspects and Barry identifies Leonard Snart (guest star Wentworth Miller, “Prison Break”) as the leader of the group. While investigating the case, Barry gets a surprise visit from an old friend – Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards, “Arrow”), who heard about his new abilities and came to check them out for herself. She joins him at S.T.A.R. Labs to help stop Snart after it’s revealed that Snart his gotten his hands on a stolen “cold gun,” which could kill The Flash. Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) is furious when he finds out that Cisco (Carlos Valdes) built the cold gun without telling anyone and now it’s missing. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) is getting the silent treatment from Joe because of her relationship with Eddie (Rick Cosnett). Finally, The Flash and Captain Cold have an epic confrontation.

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Question: Got any new information on Captain Cold’s (Wentworth Miller) role on The Flash, beyond his first episode on Oct. 28? —Andy B
Ausiello:DC Comics’ CCO Geoff Johns says the producers “look at Heat a lot, with [Robert] De Niro” for inspiration on Miller’s villain. “He is this guy who pulls jobs very carefully, and, suddenly, [The Flash turns up] and he has to change his game,” Johns explains. “He has to figure out how to deal with this new threat in Central City to his way of life. It’s all about him evolving and surviving the new world order. Guns aren’t going to do it, so he’s got to have something a little bit stronger.” Adds executive producer Andrew Kreisberg: “He’s not the villain that we see in the comics yet. [But] we’re going to get there.”

Source: http://tvline.com/

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Here are two photos of Wentworth Miller as comic book villain Captain Cold, who will appear in upcoming episodes of the CW drama. The villain — known for his ruthless cunning, personal discipline, and occasional glimmers of kindness and humanity — has battled The Flash in the DC comics for half a century. Captain Cold’s first appearance on “The Flash” will be in the fourth episode.

In episode 10, Captain Cold will make another appearance and will be joined by Mick Rory, a fire-frenzied bad guy also known as Heat Wave. That character will be played by Miller’s “Prison Break” on-screen brother, Dominic Purcell. “I was on set talking to him and I asked, ‘Hey, if we were going to have you team up with somebody, is there someone you want to work with?’” said Johns. “We talked about the character a bit and he said, Dominic, without missing a beat.”

“The Flash” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

GALLERY LINKS:
– The Flash Episode Stills > 1×04 > Going Rogue

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Wentworth is on the cover of August Man Malaysia‘s September 2014 issue.

Here’s what the 42-year-old actor and screenwriter had to share with the mag:

On how his struggles with depression effected his writing: “I think writing can definitely help process an experience of maybe reveal something to you that was hidden before. That’s probably why so many people keep journals. But if I was going through a tough time I wouldn’t just write about it. I’d reach for help.”

On coming out when he did: I came out to help call attention to what was happening to the gay community in Russia but I also came out because I was ready. ‘In my own time. In my own way.’ That’s one of my personal mottos. We should all have the freedom to move and grow and develop at our own pace. It just so happens that when the invitation came to go to Russia, I was in a place in my life where I was ready to make a public statement. The timing was right.”

On focusing on the present: “You know to be honest, these days I don’t dwell too much on the past or the future. The present is much more interesting. I’m grateful for the jobs I’ve had but I don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about them. Recently this guy came up to me and he was a big fan of Prison Break and he had all these questions about some plot point in Season Two. And I only had a vague recollection of what he was talking about. For him it was totally fresh because he’d just watched the show on DVD or whatever. But for me it was like, ‘We shot that stuff eight years ago,’ I don’t even remember my character’s middle name or if he had one.”

GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazine Scans August Man Malaysia – September 2014

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I have added 2 new posters from The Loft and new still.

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– The Loft Posters
– The Loft Promo Pictures
– The Loft Behind The Scenes

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The 41st edition of Film Fest Gent will open on Tuesday 14, October with ‘The Loft': Erik Van Looy’s long-awaited American remake of the phenomenal success Loft by Bart De Pauw and Erik Van Looy.

‘The Loft’ tells the story of five married friends who secretly share a loft, where they receive their girlfriends and mistresses. An excellent scheme that turns out into a nightmare, when one morning they find the body of an anonymous woman in the loft.

Matthias Schoenaerts is the only actor from the original film that also stars as one of the leading roles in this remake. The other four friends are played by Karl Urban (‘Star Trek Into Darkness’), James Marsden (‘X-Men’, ‘2 Guns’), Wentworth Miller (‘Prison Break’) and Eric Stonestreet (‘Modern Family’).

Director Erik Van Looy: “We have come a long way in order to make ‘The Loft’, but opening Film Fest Gent definitely feels like coming home. Along with ‘The Alzheimer Case’ (‘De zaak Alzheimer’) this will be my second feature that will open the renowned festival, and I must say I’m quite proud. I’m already looking forward to the 14th of October and convinced that it will be a beautiful and exciting evening.”

Artistic director of Film Fest Gent Patrick Duynslaegher on choosing ‘The Loft’ as the opening film: “We are very proud to open the 41st Film Fest Gent with ‘The Loft’, the film that made Erik Van Looy’s, one of our most passionate filmmakers, childhood dream come true: making a real American movie. Mainly through its ingenious screenplay by Bart De Pauw, now adapted by screenwriter Wesley Strick to an American setting (New Orleans), with American actors in the lead roles and an even faster pace, Erik has made a film that can stand on its own, combining the qualities of the original film from 2008 with an even greater expertise. Even for those who haven’t seen the Flemish version, the ‘whodunit’ thriller full of amazing twists and complications will remain to thrill an audience by a sophisticated blend of suspense, intrigue and mystery.’

Source: http://www.filmfestival.be

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