No more magic, no more dragons, even unsuitable.
Such is the life of Season 4 of DC's Legends of Tomorrow which a trailer was launched in San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
The sequence unfolds as expected, giving viewers a glimpse of the greatest moments of season 3 (this battle of Legends vs. Mallus!) The Zambesi Totems Gathering! Rip Hunter sacrificing himself, which was really sad, so let's go ahead!) Before moving on to new peaks in season 4.
In the new episodes, captions must be made. attack another major problem. Constantine (Matt Ryan, who is a regular series in Season 4) is getting ready to tell the team that the "Fugitives" are going wild. While trying to kill Mallus (which they eventually did while stuffing him to death with the Beebo fur-fur god), the crew inadvertently scrambled the barrier between the worlds and guided the mythical creatures in the mortal realm of the Earth.
Such a creature is a real-life unicorn, which Constantine, Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell), Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), Zari (Tala Ashe), Nate (Nick Zano), and Ava Sharpe (Jes Macallan) discovers when they go back in time swinging 1960s.
In addition to the new animals and new areas of DC Legends of Tomorrow season 4, the series has added two new faces: Ramona Young ( Z Nation, Santa Clarita Diet ) and Tom Wilson (the franchise Back to the Future ).
Young will play Alaska Yu, a total library rat that has been described as "something of an expert in the world of magical creatures that legends meet in season 4." Could Alaska be the world's leading expert on unicorns? Or will she give Daenerys Targaryen a run for her money with everything she knows about dragons? (We say, " Por que no los dos ?") What we know for sure, is that when Alaska associates with legends, it finally comes out head of the clouds and his nose out of his beloved fantasy Novels "to become a kickass superhero" in his own right.
As for Wilson, known to play Biff in the film series Back to the Future he is ready for the role of Hank Heywood, Nate's father. A former soldier who worked for the Ministry of Defense, Hank is completely unaware that his son is a legend. This dynamic father-son should make wonderful scenarios, which is right on the mark for the series. Often proclaimed as the best performance of the verse Arrow DC Legends of Tomorrow reached new heights in season 3 by embracing its awkwardness and prioritizing nonsense over serious stories. Critics and fans loved it, along with Sara Ghaleb of Vox writing that the show "became her best self" in her third season.
One can only hope The Legends of Tomorrow of DC will experience another shine in Season 4, which will premiere on the CW on Monday, October 22 at 8 pm ET.