"Legends of Tomorrow," CW's "Arrow" and "The Flash," spin-off will make its first public appearance in early 2016.
Phil Klemmer, writer and executive producer, took on the task of handling the responsibility of gathering DC's superheroes and villains. Klemmer whose previous works included "Veronica Mars" and "Chuck" came on board the CW show's spin-off after the series was picked up and after the cast was already in place.
Comicbook.com has gathered some important "Legends Of Tomorrow" details from the executive producers and he has revealed some tidbits on what to expect from the upcoming series.
First off, the brilliant writer discussed that he has a lot to make up for regarding comic books because he was not really into television when he was a young child and was kept away by his parents from majority of the popular media. But, being a Classics major helped him in a way in doing "Legends of Tomorrow," because of the time travel which allowed him to explore and mix history with mystical especially with the character of Vandal Savage played by Casper Crump.
Klemmer exclaimed, "The fact that we have time travel on this show is like beautiful for me, because you can go back to the '30s and have Nazi bad guys and you can have ancient artifacts with mystical powers and to me, this show is like a dream come true."
Secondly, he revealed that because of the fact that he was managing an ensemble, he's had fun in writing in the "tug of war that's going on." Klemmer was talking about Rip Hunter played by Arthur Darvill who assembles the team of "Legends of Tomorrow" which is a mix of superheroes and villains.
Lastly, Klemmer teased that as the episode goes by there will be characters who will die, betray the members of the team and some who will be left behind during the course of the time travel.
Meanwhile, Movie Pilot reported Warner Bros. have released the latest fresh costumes of the characters of Falk Hentschel as Hawkman and Ciara Reneé as Hawkgirl.
Caity Lotz who plays Sara Lance also shared some photos of Brandon Routh as The Atom and Arthur Darvill on the set of "Legends of Tomorrow," as per Flickering Myth.com.
"Legends of Tomorrow" will premiere in 2016 on CW.