Legends Of Tomorrow Season 3: Dominic Purcell Says The First Two Episodes Are “Crackers”

We’re getting closer to the season premiere of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and we’re getting more clues as to whats going on. The Legends broke time and Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) to start the Time Bureau to fix it… but the Legends want to fix it, too, and according to actor Brandon Routh, the Legends like to win.

The video below shows a DC All-Access interview they did with the cast at San Diego Comic-Con during the summer. We learn from Tala Ashe that her character of Zari will join the team in episode 3, and she has seen the fallout from the events that started in 2017 — from what the Legends did. She believes that the Legends shouldn’t just try to fix history, but they should improve it.

Caity Lotz tells us that Sara is dealing with guilt over her decision that lead to all of this, while Victor Garber says that Martin is a bit despondent and trying to figure out why he’s even part of the team still. Maisie Richardon-Sellers says Amaya is stuck in time, but worried about her future granddaughter and Dominic Purcell says the first two episodes are just “crackers”, which I’m assuming means crazy.

And as an added bonus, Richardson-Sellers posted this image on her Twitter account today with the hashtag #undercover.

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Looking at the image, it looks like Richardson-Sellers on the right, Ashe on the left, and Routh holding the camera. And it’s giving off a kind of ’70s vibe… but then I noticed the guy in the background and realized he was wearing fatigues, as is Routh. And if you look at the two ladies, both of them are, too. Could one of the episodes take them to the Vietnam war? Do the go undercover as reporters? Or is this part of the Crisis on Earth-X crossover?

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns October 10th at 9 p.m. on the CW.

About Dan Wickline

Has quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.

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