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Wentworth Miller Talks Sara

Wentworth Miller this week did a interview with Entertainment Weekly and revealed information about his return to Legends Of Tomorrow and how his relationship with Sarah Lance will play out now he dose remember it.

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.”

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Caity Lotz for Fault Magazine

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Caity Lotz has worn many hats in her career as an entertainer. Starting out as a dancer she toured with Avril Lavigne, Lady Gaga and appeared in a whole host of music videos for some of the biggest names in the industry. Caity then joined girl-group Soccx who enjoyed two top ten hit singles in Germany. Despite all of Caity’s success as a dancer and musician, it was her acting performances as Sara Lance on the hit TV shows Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow which finally saw Caity step out of the shadows and into the limelight.

We caught up with Caity to find out about her journey as a performer and just what it takes to play a hardened assassin on screen.

When did you first realize that acting was the dream?

I didn’t start acting until I was 21. Before that I was a dancer and in a singing group. I never pictured myself as an actor or even having a career as a performer. No one I knew had a job like that so I didn’t know that was an option. But I just followed the excitement and worked hard and I ended up being really fucking lucky because now I get paid to pretend to be an assassin.
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Caity Lotz for Rogue Magazine

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When Caity Lotz’s character was killed (we thought) in season three of Arrow, devotees of the Canary died a little too. Now, they anxiously await her resurrection. The Arrow and Flash spin-off show Legends of Tomorrow will bring Lotz’s much beloved character back from the dead by way of the mysterious Lazarus Pit and the League of Assassins. If you aren’t a mega-fan, this all may sound like gobbledygook, but fear not! Caity Lotz will lure you in, regardless of your affection for or knowledge of the DC Comics universe.

On performing stunts in Legends of Tomorrow:
“I like the way the White Canary fights better than the Canary. It’s more showy and big. It’s not just bam-bam, punch-punch, down. It’s big, giant kicks and jumping over things. I think the fighting is gonna be pretty cool.”

On microwaves:
“I found a video of me filming myself in my trailer on my first day on set for Mad Men. It’s so funny watching this video. I’m filming the microwave and I’m like, ‘Hey, I’m just here microwaving in my trailer. I have a microwave in my trailer!’ I was so excited. It was the cutest thing.”
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A few theories on who Caity Lotz will play on the Arrow-Flash spinoff

It really should come as no surprise that The CW is tapping the Arrow and Flash well for another spinoff. But what did shock fans was the announcement that Caity Lotz, whose Arrow character Sara Lance died earlier this season, would somehow play a role on this new superhero team-up project.

The untitled drama—which is being developed by Arrow and Flash executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti, as well as Arrow boss Marc Guggenheim and Sarah Schechter—stars Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom), Wentworth Miller (Leonard Snart/Captain Cold), Dominic Purcell (Mick Rory, Heat Wave), Victor Garber (Martin Stein/Firestorm), Ciara Renee (Kendra Saunders, Hawkgirl), Arthur Darvill (Rip Hunter) and Lotz. But, seriously, how?! EW has a few (albeit far-fetched) theories on how the actress will appear on the new project:

1. Lazarus Pits: Putting Sara’s corpse into Ra’s al Ghul’s own fountain of youth is pretty much the No. 1 theory right now. If the comics have proven anything, there are some severe side effects to taking a dip—including basically going insane—which could bring out a whole new side to Sara that viewers have never seen before, offering up a wealth of story lines in the potential series. On the flip side, Sara has been dead for quite a while, so even the Lazarus Pits may not be able to save her.
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‘Arrow’: Caity Lotz Flies as the Canary

The character of the Canary, Arrow’s distinct take on the fishnet-sporting, eardrum-bursting Black Canary, emerged earlier this season and quickly became a fan favorite. The masked identity of Sara Lance (as opposed to Dinah Lance in the comics), the Canary is a breathtaking vigilante who was forged within the League of Assassins and always seems just one small push away from darkness.

Sara Lance and her alter ego are both played by Caity Lotz on the show, who has demonstrated grace, humor and extreme physicality in the role… as well as a cool muscular physique that rivals those of her male costars. Tonight’s all new episode of Arrow, “Deathstroke,” focuses largely on the conflict between Oliver and Slade Wilson, but coming off such a stellar episode in last week’s “Birds of Prey,” we thought it was a good time to sit down with Caity for a chat about her character, playing physical roles and what it felt like to throw down with the Huntress.

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The Birds of Prey Swoop Into ‘Arrow’

As if Arrow wasn’t flying high enough already, the superhero hit is aiming for new heights with this week’s episode, inspired by the popular DC Comics title Birds of Prey (which was also the basis for a short-lived 2002-03 WB series). “It’s beloved,” says executive producer Marc Guggenheim of the comic book, whose menagerie has showcased the Huntress, Black Canary and Barbara Gordon’s tech-savvy Oracle. “We’re excited to be doing our version of it.”

The CW show hasn’t introduced Oracle (yet), so this take has Laurel (Katie Cassidy) stepping in to team up with Black Canary — unaware, of course, that the costumed crime fighter is actually her sister, Sara (Caity Lotz). Together, they’ll battle Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw), who has returned to town as the Huntress to finish off her mobster father (Jeffrey Nordling).

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Caity Lotz: How To Impress Me

Caity Lotz is the kind of Californian girl we all dream of – hypnotic topaz eyes, sea salt ruffled hair and the type of beaming smile that we Brits seem incapable of producing.

After a recurring role on Mad Men, she’s the star of futuristic film The Machine, where she plays a computer programmer working on a fighter robot that can also broker peace negotiations.

We caught up with her to get her thoughts on men, from striking up conversation, the ideal height and metrosexuality.

A lot of good guys now don’t try talking to girls, because they don’t want to look sleazy – but the girls don’t want to hit on the guys, they want to be approached first. So nice guys need to strike up conversations with girls more.

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‘The Machine’: Director Interview

Caity Lotz is an artificial intelligence in the process of coming alive. There are guns and disasters throughout her turn in new release The Machine, yet she’s optimistic about a future where the robots live among us. “I think artificial intelligence is not just possible, but inevitable. I don’t think there will be robots like my character straight away, but rather humans will slowly start to merge with computers and technology cyborg style,” she says.

The setting for the film is the near future, in a military laboratory staffed by scientists working hard for a better future for wounded soldiers. Amputees and brain injury patients mill about in the background, responding to their new neuroprostheses. “We already see people running marathons with prosthetic limbs, next instead of Lasik we’ll pop in new eyeballs with x-ray vision, print out organs to replace a failing one, have Google and a smart phone installed in our brains,” says Lotz. “We invented cars and planes to break past our physical limitations, so it seems logical we will break past our mental limitations as well.”

The scientists had reached the limit of what they could do with implants and additions so they create The Machine, Lotz’s character, an AI created from a scan of a human brain that I can’t tell you about for fear of dropping spoilers. The conflict between this new intelligence and the military urge to exploit it are what gives the film its tension, but Lotz and Caradog James, director and writer, agree that the real life version of events is likely to be more peaceful.

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The HeyUGuys Interview: Caity Lotz on ‘The Machine’

Writer-director Caradog James’ exploration of a possible future finds the west locked in a Cold War with China, and an arms race to create the most advanced artificial intelligence.

Ahead of the release of the award winning British indie hit, HeyUGuys caught up with Caity Lotz to discuss her two part leading role as both human and machine. Caity took us inside her mind; the destination the future, to discuss The Machine as a tale of good versus evil that asks moral questions of its audience, creating an artificial intelligent and a transition between worlds, before finally surrendering to the audience.

Could you not describe The Machine as a simple tale of good versus evil?
Yeah, but it blurs those lines a little bit. It is definitely a story of good versus evil, but in the film you see that it is not so black and white.

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Team Arrow Answers Your Qs About the Crowded Cave, Suicide Squad, Superhero Sex and More

What’s the best thing about playing such an iconic character as Black Canary? -Catarina

“There are too many things, gosh…,” Caity Lotz initially responded. Speaking with me while in costume, she ultimately answered, “Today, it’s wearing the outfit. The way it makes you feel and move and walk and everything is pretty fun. It really gives you that ‘alter ego’ kind of thing. You become it.”

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