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While Arrow is no longer the CW show with the best ratings, the series continues to do well for the network. Could it possibly be cancelled or is it sure to be renewed for a sixth season? Stay tuned.On Arrow, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) was ship-wrecked on a remote island in the South China Sea and presumed dead for five years. He returned home a changed man, bent on righting the wrongs of his family and fighting injustice. Other characters in season five are played by Katie Cassidy, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, Paul Blackthorne, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Josh Segarra, John Barrowman, and Colton Haynes.The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new »
Author: Linda Marric
The trouble with John Leonetti’s Wolves At The Door is that it doesn’t quite know what it wants to be or for whom it is exactly aimed at. The film has what could admittedly be considered as one of the most terrifying opening scenes in a horror movie you’ll see this year, but sadly for its makers, it ends up leaving a bad taste in the mouth and some serious questions about the morality of such an undertaking.
Written by Gary Dauberman (Annabelle), Wolves At The Door is loosely based on the murders of Hollywood actress Sharon Tate and her friends at the hands of the Manson Family (a murderous cult lead by Charles Milles Manson) in the summer of 1969. The film itself never explicitly gives away who these characters really are, until the end credits, hoping instead to capitalise on a new generation »
- Linda Marric
Sneak Peek footage from the animated release "Vixen: The Movie", available May 23, 2017 on Blu-ray and DVD, featuring Stephen Amell as 'Green Arrow', Katie Cassidy as 'Black Canary', Grant Gustin as 'The Flash' and a whole lot more:
"...African-born 'Mari McCabe' grew up an orphan after her parents were killed by local greed, corruption and wanton violence. But Mari refuses to succumb to the terrors surrounding her.
"Inheriting her family’s 'Tantu Totem', Mari can access the powers of animals – anything from the strength of a gorilla to the speed of a cheetah. As 'Vixen', she fights valiantly to protect the world from threats like those that claimed her family..."
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- Michael Stevens
No, Mari McCabe isn’t joining Nightwing in getting a live-action DC Extended Universe outing, but she is coming to Blu-ray and DVD in animated form, with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announcing Vixen: The Movie for release this May.
As you may have guessed from the cover artwork, Vixen: The Movie is actually a home-entertainment release of the Arrowverse-set CW Seed animated series, combining the first two season with 15 minutes of all-new, never-before-seen content to create a single uniform story.
“Vixen: The Movie gives fans the action sequences and the characters that they all fell in love with in Arrow and The Flash,” said Rosemary Markson, Wbhe Senior Vice President, Television Marketing. “We are very excited to release Vixen: The Movie for fans of the hit series and DC collectors, featuring never-before-seen content available exclusively to owners of the Blu-ray, DVD or Digital HD.”
Originally from Africa, »
- Gary Collinson
Each year, Warner Home Video puts out three major DC animated films – in 2017’s case, Justice League Dark, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract and Batman and Harley Quinn – but sometimes we get a few unexpected treats in between. One such example comes in the surprise announcement of Vixen: The Movie.
For those unfamiliar, Vixen was an animated web series on the CW Seed streaming service that chronicled the adventures of the superheroine of the same name. But what made this especially appealing was that it took place within the confines of the Arrowverse, thus Mari McCabe was voiced by Megalyn Echikunwoke, the very same actress who played her in live action on Arrow.
- Eric Joseph
If you were a fan of the Vixen CW Seed Shorts then get ready for more of the DC superhero's animated adventures.
The first two seasons of the CW Seed digital series Vixen have been combined and expanded with all-new footage to create Vixen: The Movie. This new release is coming to Digital HD on May 8th followed by Blu-ray and DVD on May 23rd.
Vixen: The Movie features voice talent plucked right off The CW superhero shows including Megalyn Echikunwoke (CSI Miami) as Vixen/Mari McCabe, Stephen Amell (Green Arrow), Grant Gustin (The Flash), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak), Carlos Valdes (Cisco Ramon), Katie Cassidy (Black Canary), Victor Garber (Martin Stein) & Franz Drahmeh (Jax) collectively as Firestorm, and Brandon Routh (The Atom), reprising their roles from Arrow, The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
Bonus features on the Blu-ray combo pack and Digital release include the »
Burbank, CA (February 23, 2017) – From executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings you the animated feature, Vixen: The Movie, on Digital HD on May 8, 2017, and on Blu-ray (including Digital HD copy) and DVD on May 23, 2017. Vixen: The Movie is priced to own at $19.98 Srp for the Blu-rayTM and $18.94 Srp for the DVD.
Vixen: The Movie combines the first two seasons of the CW Seed digital series into a single uniform story and includes 15 minutes of all-new, never-before-seen content. The special features include a brand new featurette and two Vixen-focused episodes of Justice League Unlimited handpicked by super hero animation icon Bruce Timm.
Produced by Warner Bros.’ digital studio Blue Ribbon Content, Vixen: The Movie features Megalyn Echikunwoke (CSI Miami, The 4400, Damien) as the voice of Vixen/Mari McCabe. She is joined by the voices of Stephen Amell (Green Arrow »
- ComicMix Staff
Another DC Animated film is about to be unleashed! However, you may have already seen most of this one. Come inside for more details!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that CW Seed's animated series, Vixen, will be getting its own animated feature. Instead of writing an all-new story for the primal heroine, the movie will unite the first two seasons of the series into one big story. To make sure it flows seamlessly, Wbhe plans on inserting about 15 minutes of never-before-seen content.
Viewers, who are familiar with the Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg produced Arrowverse, will know that various members of the CW televised shows Arrow, Flash, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow make cameos within the Vixen series, and now movie. Members/voices like Stephen Amell (Green Arrow), Grant Gustin (The Flash), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak), Carlos Valdes (Cisco Ramon), Katie Cassidy (Black Canary), Victor Garber »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Malliaros)
David Cassidy is getting candid about his complicated relationships with his children.
The 66-year-old actor, who revealed earlier this week that he had been diagnosed with dementia, says he's "never had a relationship" with his daughter, Katie Cassidy.
Watch: David Cassidy Reveals Dementia Diagnosis, Says He Was 'In Denial' Yet 'Always Knew This Was Coming'
"I wasn't her father. I was her biological father, but I didn't raise her," he explained. "She has a completely different life."
Katie, whose mother is model Sherry Williams, may have a "different life" but Cassidy couldn't be more proud.
"I’m proud of her," he revealed, noting that he and Katie are no longer in contact. "She's very talented. It's hard for me to even accept how old is now, like 30."[p »
By the time David Cassidy turned 21, he had made his first million.
The actor had won hearts worldwide as the hunky, young star of The Partridge Family in the 1970s. Despite unbelievable fame, the decades that followed were marked with turmoil for Cassidy, now 66.
Cassidy revealed exclusively to People on Monday that he is battling dementia and that he is stepping back from touring as a musician to “enjoy life” and “love.”
At the peak of his early career, Cassidy played some 350 concerts in 17 countries while releasing 10 Partridge albums, eight solo albums and 17 singles, People reported in 1983. Cassidy would fight »
- People Staff
This Wednesday on Arrow (The CW, 8/7c), Thea Queen returns from the longest, most conspicuous off-site conference regarding local government ever. And though her absence was explained on-screen, viewers nonetheless wondered: Why was series regular/original cast member Willa Holland Mia for weeks on end?
At a Monday press screening of this week’s weighty, Rene-centric episode, co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim accounted for Thea’s here-and-there presence.
“Everyone’s like, ‘Where’s Thea? Where’s Thea?’ Willa’s [contracted for] 14 out of 23 episodes this year,” Guggenheim revealed. “She’s not »
Tonight on Arrow (The CW, 8/7), John Diggle aims to embrace his (latest return to) freedom and a shinier/happier self, only to discover that one of his teammates is heading down a dark path.
TVLine invited David Ramsey to preview Diggle’s vengeance against General Walker, his concerns about Felicity, a personal face-off with Prometheus and more.
RelatedArrow Recap: Canary Hunt Leads to a Dinah-mite Name-Drop
Tvline | You’re out from behind bars, again. Can we keep it that way?
No, let’s make it three times! How about I just go back in?
Tvline | I joked to [showrunner] Wendy Mericle »
Are you on board for Black Siren sticking around Star City?
That was one of the more intriguing questions on Arrow Season 5 Episode 10 as Black Siren posed as Laurel Lance.
What did you think of Black Siren showing up as Laurel?
Steve: (sigh) Ahhh, the convenience of the multiverse. I'm actually glad it wasn't the Earth 1 Laurel. When she said she was resurrected on the Wave Rider, my eyes rolled so far into the back of my head that I thought they would remain there permanently. That said, I am glad to see Black Siren return. I love "dark" Laurel.
Jim: I knew from the outset it wasn't the real Laurel. I think Katie Cassidy does a great job of playing "bad," so I like her as Black Siren. »
- Paul Dailly
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Last week’s episode of Arrow concluded with Oliver Queen being saved by Talia al Ghul after he’d earned the wrath of the Bratva in season 5’s flashbacks. She now looks set to aid him in his mission to take down Constantin Kovar, though it’s important to note that it’s been mentioned in the present day that she must have played a role in training Prometheus.
That means Talia knows the villain’s identity, so chances are she’ll show up in Star City at some point. Considering the fact that Green Arrow is married to her sister Nyssa and killed her father, it’s hard to imagine that being a meeting which will go particularly well.
In his quest to take down Kovar, »
- Josh Wilding
Let's face it, Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) wasn't everyone's favorite character on Arrow. Fans of the comics were attached to her character -- after all, she is/was the legendary Black Canary -- but after her death in season 4, an integral part of the series felt like it was missing. She was the last thread from the Green Arrow comics that made the series feel like a Green Arrow show. Dinah Laurel Lance is Oliver Queen's partner, that's just how it has always worked.
On the last episode of Arrow, Laurel Lance returned, except it wasn't the Laurel we've all grown accustomed to. Black Siren made her way from Central City in order to fool Team Arrow, and it almost worked.
Jim Dandy Jan 26, 2017
Oliver attempts to maintain his optimism in the face of real world loss in Arrow's midseason premiere...
This review contains spoilers.
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5.10 Who Are You?
It’s weird for a show to feel like it’s in a huge transition five seasons in, but that’s where we’re at with Arrow. I have been happier with this season than any other, but for some reason it struck me early in tonight’s episode how incredibly gloomy this show is. Even when it’s trying not to be (and it was working hard at that tonight), it’s still grim and pitch black compared to the rest of the CW DC shows. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, it’s just a little jarring when you go from watching a gaggle of people »
When the mid-season finale of Arrow aired back in December, I praised the episode, calling it one of the season’s best, but I also mentioned my reservations about Laurel’s return to the show. My concern here had nothing to do with Katie Cassidy as an actress or Laurel as a character but more about how Arrow, in the past, has cheapened the significance of death, and I did not want them to do this with Laurel, especially given how much of Season 5’s first half focused on Oliver and the team preserving her legacy. I should have had more faith in the
Arrow Season 5 Episode 10 Review: “Who Are You?” »
- Chris King
By the end of “Arrow’s” midseason finale, Team Arrow had taken quite a few licks. Diggle (David Ramsey) had been apprehended by the law after spending the first half of the season as a fugitive, Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) boyfriend was killed, and Curtis (Echo Kellum) was given an ultimatum by his husband. The one light at the end of the tunnel was Oliver (Stephen Amell) finding Laurel (Katie Cassidy) had returned after being killed by Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) last season.
Variety spoke with executive producer Wendy Mericle about Laurel’s return, the team’s current state, and more…
What kind of condition is Team Arrow in when the season starts back up?
With the death of Detective Malone (Tyler Ritter) at Oliver’s hand, they aren’t happy. That said, at the end of the season we saw Laurel come back which has given them a small ray of sunshine. Coming »
- Jacob Bryant
You may think you know where Arrow is going, but you probably don't, according to executive producer Wendy Mericle. When the CW show returns tonight, the team has some serious issues to deal with, even aside from the pretty big problem of Diggle being locked away once again, and the apparent return of Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), despite her death last season (but we'll get to her in a minute). Oliver's battle with Prometheus took a particularly dark turn when the bad guy convinced Oliver he was finally about to win, only for Ollie to then realized he had actually put an arrow through Detective Malone (Tyler Ritter), also known as Felicity's (Emily Bett Rickards) boyfriend. The death is a »
The CW has released three clips from tonight’s midseason premiere of Arrow season 5, ‘Who Are You?’; check them out here…
See Also: Trailer for the midseason premiere of Arrow season 5 – ‘Who Are You?’
Oliver Wants Justice; Felicity Wants Revenge — Worried that Prometheus is right and he is truly a killer at heart, Oliver (Stephen Amell) looks for any ray of hope and finds it in what seems to be the miraculous return of Laurel Lance (guest star Katie Cassidy). However, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), still reeling from Detective Malone’s murder, is bent on revenge – she wants to stop Prometheus at any cost. While in prison, Diggle (David Ramsey) fights for his life.
See Also: Follow all of our Arrow coverage here
Arrow airs on Wednesdays on The CW and returns on January 25th. »
- Amie Cranswick
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