- “Sorry for stranding you all through-out history, but it was the only way to save you. You know what they say, a captain never abandons his ship, and neither shall I abandon hope of seeing you all again, someday- somewhere in time. As flawed and unruly you all are individually, together you are the best crew, the best team a captain could ever hope for. So, stick together. And remember, History is yours now my dear legends. Good luck.“
- —Rip Hunter’s final message to The Legends[src]
The mid-season finale of Legends of Tomorrow revealed that Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) ended up in 1967 Hollywood, appearing to direct a campy film based on his own adventures.
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An EW exclusive broke the news that a younger version of George Lucas will appear in the winter premiere on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m. CT on The CW.
The premise is exciting in light of the fact that any time aberration dealing with a young George Lucas could alter or completely erase the kingdom of LUCASFILM (Re: THX 1138, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars).
“The prolific director will be portrayed by Matt Angel (Sweet/Vicious, Grimm) for an episode that will deeply affect the Legends, particularly Ray (Brandon Routh) and Nate (Nick Zano).”
Story via Legends of Tomorrow: A young George Lucas to appear - Entertainment Weekly