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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Wentworth Miller is packing it in as one of the Arrowverse’s most memorable characters, Captain Cold. The on and off again villain, who’s graced both The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow in a fairly consistent capacity, is on his way out.

According to Miller, he is currently in the process of shooting his final episodes. Here’s what he had to say in his message on Instagram:

“Currently shooting some of my final episodes as “Captain Cold/Leonard Snart” on CW’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash…

Grateful – now and in advance – to a pair of talented casts and hardworking crews…Thank you…

I’ve had a tremendous time playing this character… It’s been an opportunity, an education, and a f-cking blast…”

Those who have enjoyed the CW’s Arrowverse will no doubt have at least seen Miller’s portrayal of Captain Cold. As someone who wasn’t sold on this universe until the first season of The Flash, Captain Cold was one of those characters that really helped sell me.

With his memorable talking cadence and ridiculous costume, Miller’s Snart was someone who LOVED to chew the scenery, making it clear that this universe was all about having fun.

After plenty of appearances in two of the shows, he will definitely be missed.

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SOURCE: Wentworth Miller

  • suckit15694

    marvel movie next ?

    • SaiyanHeretic

      Who would you want to see him play? (Personally, I’m terrible at fantasy casting.)

      • suckit15694

        easy moon knight !

        • Smerdyakov

          Moon Knight with the voice of Edward G. Robinson. No Thanks.

        • SaiyanHeretic

          Oooo, I like that!

      • Kronx

        Might be a good Bullseye.

  • jonathing

    any reason for leaving

  • Kindofabigdeal

    No one told me Eminem was on Arrow.

  • Nay sayer!

    Legends fell apart after he left. Got replaced with plastic actors

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer’s always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he’s always been something of a story junkie.