Bring the most bonkers TV series home as DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete 6th Season makes its arrival on Blu-ray and DVD. The big theme of season 6 is aliens. The series never ceases to outdo itself. While we say hello to a new Legend in Esperanza “Spooner” Cruz” the Legends bid farewell to both John Constantine and Mick Rory at the end of the season. What we found out in the season premiere…"Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete 6th Season"
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Johnathon Schaech spoke with Solzy at the Movies over the phone about Blue Ridge and touched on That Thing You Do! turning 25. Schaech stars in the film as Justin Wise, the new sheriff in town and a former Green Beret. Blue Ridge makes its TV premiere following the initial release last fall. What was it about the script that drew you to the role? Johnathon Schaech: My dad was a city cop for 36…"Johnathon Schaech talks Blue Ridge"
The most bonkers show on television, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Fifth Season, is now available for viewers to watch on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Stargirl were anomalies in the Arrowverse in that they got to finish their seasons. Unlike the other series, the story arc presented here is complete. The Legends certainly got to have quite a bit of fun this season. Even though things took a turn…"DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 5 on Blu-ray"
Season 4 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the most bonkers series in television, is now available for fans to bring home on Blu-ray and DVD. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow doesn’t fit easily into one box. If given the choice to vote for drama, comedy, and campy, there isn’t an easy decision. I don’t know whether this ought to be a credit to the writers or not. Somewhere along the way, they decided this shouldn’t be…"DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 4 Hits Blu-ray"
During a Wizard World Chicago panel to discuss the Arrowverse, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow actor Matt Ryan spoke about performing on TV and stage. Other panelists in the Arrowverse panel also included Kelly Hu and Teddy Sears. A member of the audience asked a question about which medium is more challenging or fun. While Kelly Hu said she doesn’t want to do stage, Teddy Sears commented that he would love to do animation but he’s…"Matt Ryan: Legends Star Has Theater Itch Again"