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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Casts John Noble as The Voice of Mallus

John Noble will be lending his voice as the big bad Mallus for Legends Of Tomorrow!
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John Noble as Mr. Morland Holmes in CBS’ Elementary. Photo courtesy of YouTube.

Entertainment Weekly has officially revealed that the legendary John Noble has been enlisted by CW’s Legends Of Tomorrow to bring his voice to Mallus, the big bad of Legend’s third season.

When it came to teasing Mallus and his role in the plot, Marc Guggenheim had this to say: “That’s the big mythology of the season and what makes Mallus cool at this stage of everyone’s viewing experience is that right now he is just a name and is this whisper.”

We know that Mallus is clearly someone we should be afraid of, as the Time Bureau themselves don’t think they can deal with his impending threat. Mallus is a being responsible for the return of Kausa, and the impending resurrection of Damien Darhk. The odds are that Mallus won’t stop there, and will likely be responsible for many more villain foes going up against the Legends in upcoming episodes.

John Noble is well known for his roles in popular shows like Elementary, Sleep Hollow, and Fringe (a personal favorite). It would seem that John Noble’s role would be very similar to Tony Todd’s voice work for Zoom in season two of The Flash, or Tobin Bell’s for Savitar in season three.  So don’t expect to see John Noble suited up and taking on the Legends himself.

Are you excited for John Noble’s role as Mallus? Be sure to sound off in the comments below.

You can catch new episodes of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow when they air on The CW network every Tuesday at 9pm EST

 

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One comment

  1. I’m sure John Noble can bring gravitas to anything, but do we really need to resurrect Darhk? When I think of the near infinity of the comic book worlds, there are a lot of villains to play with.

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