Fox Prison Break, star Wentworth Miller says, “Newness and awkwardness and discovery”

Wentworth Miller

Premiere, an escape spanning the globe to save one of their own, on April 4th, 2017, at 9pm PT/ET 

By Gabrielle Pantera

HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Daily Star) 2017/4/4 – “For me, it was like a high school reunion,” says Prison Break star Wentworth Miller in a Television Critics Association interview. “You know these people. There is a shorthand. There is a degree of familiarity, and yet they’re different now. We’re different now. So there’s also newness and awkwardness and discovery. And that, I think, speaks very specifically to the story that we address in the reboot. Who are these characters now? When they see each other, will they even recognize each other? This is the meat of the story.”


“It was intense” says Miller.  “We had a lot to accomplish in a very limited amount of time. When we went to Marroco for two weeks, it was five directors grabbing pieces for six different episodes. It was a crunch but we got it done. I’m playing this character at 44, definitely different than playing this character at 33. The good news is the character has aged as well so whatever is true for me as an actor I’m just going to put it into the part.”

In Prison Break, Wentworth Miller is Michael Scofield. He supposedly died seven years ago.

Robert Knepper is T-Bag, He reveals new information, a letter that appears to have been sent from the middle east.

Dominic Purcell is Lincoln Burrows. He starts decoding the message via an internet search engine. He realizes his brother is being held in Ogygia Prison in Yemen.
Amaury Nolasco is Fernando Sucre, Scofield’s friend. Recruited by Lincoln for a trip to Yemen to attempt to free Scofield, Lincoln and his brother Michael finally meet face-to-face, although separated by some rusty metal bars.

Prison Break cast

Produced by 20th Century Fox Television. Created by Paul T. Scheuring. Written by Scheuring, Vaun Wilmott, Michael Horowitz. Directed by Nelson McCormick.

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