Bran­don Routh on Leg­ends’ Tiny Ti­tan…

SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Legends Of Tomorrow -

Ray Palmer evolved tremen­dously on Ar­row. Will he now as­sume a lead­er­ship role in Leg­ends?

Over­all lead­er­ship, yeah, I think Ray may want to take on some of that re­spon­si­bil­ity, be­ing that he was the CEO of a com­pany, and has done all that and knows the best qual­i­ties about a team. I don’t know how that’s gonna work for him when he’s got Heat Wave and Cap­tain Cold to deal with, and Ca­nary, who might be a lit­tle de­ranged. That might frus­trate him. But he’ll at least try to take on that role and be the brains next to Dr Stein. Has Ray tough­ened up since we last saw him?

He knows a lit­tle bit more about what it’s like to be a hero. In his few ad­ven­tures since his first en­counter with Oliver, he’s learned that it takes more than brains and a suit. You have to have a lit­tle bit of a strat­egy and a lit­tle bit of phys­i­cal prow­ess in know­ing how to fight, in case that’s the last line of de­fence. What’s it like to work with the cast of Leg­ends?

This is per­fect, to share the screen with a lot of very tal­ented peo­ple, who will all get the lime­light a lit­tle bit. It’s not just one su­per­hero per show. It’s seven or eight, how­ever many we may have, on one show. The pos­si­bil­i­ties are end­less. And as they keep bring­ing more new char­ac­ters into Ar­row and

The Flash, they’ll show up on our show. So it’s a self-feed­ing ma­chine.

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