With a new episode of The 100 just hours away, the CW has debuted a few sneak peeks for the official soundtrack!
Via EW</em>, the show’s new musical composer Tree Adams and executive producer Jason Rothenberg, will drop the soundtrack on Friday, April 15th.
“We keep going back to this idea that we’re going to use the same box of crayons,” Tree shared with mag. “But we are going to try to create a little bit more of a complicated construct to help underscore some of the mythology.?”
The 100: Original Television Soundtrack — Season 3 is available for pre-order on iTunes NOW!
FIRST LISTEN – The Riot’s A Distraction – The 100 Season 3 Soundtrack – Tree Adams
Ricky, who played Lincoln on The 100, has stated that Jason “bullied” him off the series.
“He [Jason] chose to belittle me and neglect my character and myself. I often had questions and emails were ignored and things like that. It was ridiculous. … That’s one thing that I’ll never forgive him for: He made me walk away from something I really love,” Ricky stated in the interview.
Jason shared in a statement, “Ricky Whittle is a talented actor; I appreciate his work on The 100 and wish him all the best moving forward on American Gods.”
WHAT DO YOU THINK about this situation about The 100?
The 34-year-old actor spoke with AfterBuzzTV (via TVGuide) after Lincoln’s fate was dealt on the show last week.
“At the beginning of the season, he was not supposed to die. He had a whole story line that was cut, that was just nonexistent. It was my choice to go,” Ricky shared. “This is going to be the most controversial thing I will say, is that basically Jason Rothenberg abused his position to make my job untenable. What he did was disgusting and he should be ashamed.”
He added, “A lot was made of something my mom said all over Twitter, but everything she said was true. He was professionally bullying me, cutting out all the story line that I was supposed to be doing, cutting lines, cutting everything out, trying to make my character and myself as insignificant as possible.”
Ricky continued about how Lincoln was written out of the show: “He [Jason] chose to belittle me and neglect my character and myself. I often had questions and emails were ignored and things like that. It was ridiculous. … That’s one thing that I’ll never forgive him for: He made me walk away from something I really love. I love Lincoln. I love the show. I love that cast and crew. He forced me to make that choice, to walk away. And I’m proud I did it, I stood up and said, ‘Enough’s enough.’ My personal well-being is more important than this.”
Jason has not commented on the situation as of yet.
In the return episode, “Stealing Fire”, Clarke discovers a shocking truth after putting Lexa to rest, and Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) is forced to make a decision that could have devastating consequences.
Meanwhile, Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) and Abby (Paige Turco) share a moment.
“Stealing Fire” airs TONIGHT, Thursday, March 31st @ 9PM ET/PT on the CW.