Executive producer Phil Klemmer says "the most fun scenes" he's ever written for 'Legends Of Tomorrow' are on the way.
DC's 'Legends Of Tomorrow' brings together a strange group of heroes and anti-heroes, all tasked with travelling time and space to take on some of the most powerful forces the world has ever seen. Right now, those heroes are going through the motions in Doomworld, but will return to the scenes of the First World War in an attempt to find an important relic they'd previously lost. For those who don't watch the show, it's all very complicated and confusing stuff.
The cast of DC's 'Legends Of Tomorrow'
For fans however, the series has provided addictive and infectious viewing, with great performances by some of the small screen's most talented actors. Brandon Routh and Caity Lotz are among the cast, playing The Atom and White Canary respectively and doing their part in leading a team that would previously never work together.
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Dylan Dog is a private investigator unlike no other. Based in New Orleans, Dylan is more of a paranormal investigator than a normal detective and his clients are somewhat of a specialist field, most of them are dead; and if they do have some form of pulse, they're certainly not of human.
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In Toronto, Scott (Cera) is a 22-year-old geek in a rock band. His bandmates (Webber, Pill and Simmons), sister (Kendrick) and flatmate (Culkin) tease him for dating a teenager (Wong), but she's the band's biggest fan. Then he meets Ramona (Winstead), who is literally his dream girl, and to win her hand he has to defeat her seven evil exes in outlandish battles. These include an action movie star (Evans) and a top music promoter (Schwartzman). And one (Routh) is member of a band fronted by Scott's own evil ex (Larson).
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You are bound to leave Superman Returns buzzing about "the scene." It's our first real glimpse in the film of the Man of Steel in action, the first genuine indication that the spandex-clad savior has, indeed, returned.
Here's setting for the scene: Intrepid Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane (Kate Bosworth), now a Pulitzer Prize winner, is covering a groundbreaking, mid-air shuttle launch. The spacecraft is poised to detach from a jumbo jet miles over the East coast and continue its jaunt through the stratosphere. But a massive power outage caused by Lex Luthor (Kevin Spacey) prevents a smooth transition, so Superman (newcomer Brandon Routh) must quickly separate the speeding crafts, catapult the rocket through the stars, then rush back to earth to catch the now-burning airliner before it lands on the pitcher's mound of a populated baseball diamond.
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